At The Money Conversation, we believe that in order to attain our financial and life goals, it is important to know how we relate to money on an emotional level. We call this our financial identity.
When we become acquainted with our financial identity, we can combine what we know about ourselves with information we receive from our advisors to become true fiduciaries to ourselves. This means we can create and follow through on financial plans with integrity and success.
Financial advice relies on models and logic. But modern neuroscience tells us that human emotion is the final arbiter of financial decision making. The Money Conversation addresses the emotional component of financial behavior to enable more effective and successful financial and life planning.
Does money come between you and your partner?
Do you worry about money too much?
Are you going through a change in financial status?
The Money Conversation brings together Marlis Jansen’s experience in finance with her career as a therapist.
Managing a private philanthropic foundation and as a client of a multi client family office, she gained valuable insight into how people relate to money. This spans the gamut from multi generational family dynamics to portfolio management.
As a therapist, she is skilled at facilitating honest, authentic and profound process.
At The Money Conversation, we offer free 20 minute in-person consultations. To schedule, or to learn more, please get in touch using the form below.