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May 1, 2009  |  Coaching for Men

Money, men, courtesans… You vote with each coin that you spend.  Spending money is as much a political act as, or even more so than, casting your vote on an election day.  Every time you buy a product or service you help an individual or a corporation to stay in business.  Your vote says that you want the product or service to exist in the world. So what implications does this have on your choice of spending your notes and coins on companions and other entertainment?

Most of us decide for ourselves 

How do your expenditures reflect your values?  Do you choose to contribute to causes that are important to you?  Do you buy products or services that are well designed or executed even if they’re more expensive than those of lower quality?  Again, the next time you surf the net for your next companion or other type of entertainment, how will your answers to these questions influence your choices?

  • How do you want to vote with your finances from now?
  • How do you decide that a product or service is worth what you spend on it?
  • What are your criteria for selecting this product or service?
  • How much is enough?
  • How do you make choices about how to spend your financial resources?

And what else is there to bear in mind about money?

Why do so many men cringe when this topic enters the conversations? Is it due to cultural conditioning? After all, who likes to talk about money in their personal lives? Or why do men often have such a problem with discussing finances? Perhaps it shows that money is a rich area for them to explore in some good coaching

It’s also well worth your time and energy to check out what else I’ve written about money:

  1. does it pay to be honest with money? 
  2. why men shouldn’t feed high end courtesans’ greed
  3. why paying a companion is crucial for your relationship with her
  4. how men can always have enough money for their pleasures

Need some good coaching around money? Or perhaps another way to explore this sensitive topic? Take my hand…

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