Episode #140. Do you struggle with money dysmorphia? As soon as Ali Katz mentioned that phrase I immediately connected with it. Money Dysmorphia can mean having a distorted view of your financial reality that leads to poor decisions with nonrenewable resources including time, energy, and attention. It also can twist our perspective on money as nonrenewable, when money can really be learned as a renewable resource when used wisely.
In this episode, you’ll hear the crazy journey Ali went on struggling from one end of money dysmorphia to the other and why inner-work around business systems was part of the solution. Listen now to find out how to heal your own money mindset blocks starting today!
In This Episode You’ll Learn:
- The surprising missing piece Ali discovered after business overwhelm
- Why we need to do inner-work around money, law, and insurance
- How you can actually find healing through quantitative business systems
- Signs you may be struggling with money dysmorphia
- Where to begin to rebuild your relationship with money
“I thought the legal, insurance, financial and tax systems were dry and boring and didn’t apply to me. Actually, they are the exact reflections of where I wasn’t showing up for myself and for my business due to my negative mindsets.”
“We know what the right relationship with money feels like when we get there. And it does start with a willingness to move through the resistance and create the systems and the structures and the rhythms and the flows.”
“Managing people and money was my undoing. I gave up. But I realized now it was leadership. It was not having any good role models for leadership.”
Discussed on the Show:
20-Point LIFT Foundation Assessment
Money: The True Story of A Made-Up Thing
More About Ali:
Ali Katz is the founder of Eyes Wide Open Life, Family Wealth Planning Institute, and New Law Business Model, named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies 3 years in a row. Ali graduated from Georgetown University Law Center as a John M. Olin Law and Economics Fellow, and was ranked #1 in her graduating law school class of 1999, under her prior name Alexis Martin Neely.
Ali is a personal finance expert, seven-figure entrepreneur, and lawyer. She’s previously been a featured expert on The TODAY Show, Good Morning America
As a CEO who successfully navigated the previous recession, Ali is on a mission to change the conversation about money for business owners. Her clients not only survived the previous recession, many of them now operate million-dollar businesses—one even sold their business for over a million dollars—and she’d love to help your listeners do the same thing.