Take The Money Script Survey Today!

by | Jun 30, 2008 | In The News

dollar-for-mans-head.jpgDrs. Ted and Brad Klontz and I are finishing up on a new book, Wired For Wealth, which takes an in-depth view at our money scripts and how to rewire our brains to think differently about money. We need your help in completing a survey on your money scripts.

The survey is an opportunity to participate in research that should help financial planners, financial coaches, and financial therapists work more effectively with their clients. It’s also a chance for you to learn more about your own money beliefs and how those beliefs affect the way you handle your money.

If you’d like to be part of this research, you can access the survey by just clicking here.

Completing the survey will take about 20 minutes. Some of the questions relate to demographic information such as age, level of education, family income, and the like. Obviously, this information is an important part of the survey. But it will be analyzed only as group data. No responses will be identified individually, and no identifying information will be collected or kept.

Any survey participants who wish to do so can register to win one of ten $25 gift certificates. This is a way of thanking people for taking the time to complete the survey. Those who register will be asked to provide an email address or other contact information. We promise that information will not be saved, shared, or used for any purpose except notifying winners of the gift certificates. Participants are not going to get emails trying to sell them insurance, financial services, vacation cruises, dubious discount drugs, or anything else.

The results of the survey will be included the book and in a future column and on the KFG website.

If you’re interested in taking part in the survey, please do so soon. The closing date is July 2nd. We’ll greatly appreciate your helping us accumulate this important data. We also believe you’ll learn some interesting things about yourself that will help you build a more balanced relationship with money.

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