Have you ever ended a month having failed to keep to your financial plans?Have you ever thrown away things that have been collecting dust for years, and you ask yourself What I was thinking when I was buying these?Have you ever felt uncomfortable just because you refused to buy an overpriced item?Have you ever felt that you don’t control your money as well as you would like?Do you often experience inner conflicts and doubts related to buying?We live in a society of consumption, in which we are trained to copy our spending habits from media and those around us. Most people would love to save for bigger goals and dreams, but that requires proper saving habits, which in turn demand discipline.In this course, I will share numerous fresh and valuable insights on how to save money while still maintaining a healthy balance on spending for pleasure. It will detail how status and reputation are involved in both selling and buying, and also discusses the happiness that never comes despite how much money you may spend chasing it.Prioritizing skills instead of self-limitingWhile many believe that saving money is about limiting lifestyle and self-repression, I would say that saving is about attaining the necessary skills to sort and prioritize goals, and utilizing the knowledge of how to fulfill your deeper needs. I teach money spending that brings more value, fulfillment, and joy to your life. This course is your path to new shopping behavior, more peace of mind, and stronger skills to prioritize money for activities and things that you genuinely enjoy, as opposed to allowing external forces to guide your spending on autopilot.More freedom not to buyYou will have more inner freedom to make different financial decisions than our consumerist society expects of you. Youve probably already noticed that a lack of self-control turns into unplanned shopping. I will explain how to gain more self-control, and how to create stronger boundaries that can resist the never-ending stream of advertisements that wash over us daily.Stop buying just because other people buyWe invest a lot of intellectual effort into making our money, but at the end of the day, emotions take over and cause us to lose awareness, seek to please ourselves above all else, and regret our decisions later when it turns out that were still emotionally unsatisfied. I`ll give a detailed explanation of the buying motives and emotions that overtake us when we make our purchase decisions, and explain what fears and insecurities we must overcome when we start changing our money habits.What money brings to your lifeYouve probably realized that buying more things, and more expensive things, does not necessarily bring you more happiness. Why do our expectations misalign with what we get? We still try to pretend that we are happy just like everybody else, and focus on the false hope that getting more money will bring more happiness to our lives.No shame or guilt feeling because of savingDont feel stressed anymore because of what others will think or say about your lifestyle. You wont waste your time in shopping malls looking for entertainment and other voids to pour your hard-earned money into, because youll be occupied with activities bearing actual meaning. This course will help you to set stronger boundaries and cure your sensitivity for the opinions of others.Its also about our common insecurities which we try to hide under known brands and about your car thats depreciating with each passing day. Its about designer jeans that cost five times more than regular jeans, and also about psychologists who never advise impulse spending to relieve tension, and the fact that we somehow consistently do the opposite.Lets break down the main benefits:1. You will improve your money spending habits.2. You will get better control of yourself and your money.3. You will feel more comfortable about making financial decisions.4. Finally, you will have more money in your pocket.