How Financial Planners Can Support Behavior Change

A lack of self-confidence in a client’s own abilities can result in “self-sabotaging money beliefs and behaviors.” The most recent MQ Blog addresses the concept of self-efficacy, its character-istics, and strategies for its practical application.

“Financial planners who wish to help their clients implement better financial behaviors should not ignore the potential power of promoting self-efficacy.”

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