Money Management

It's not just about the money, it's also about your mindset


Queen Candace of
The Queen BluePrint

Queen Candace is our Money Management Strategist™️. She's from Brooklyn, NY, and has a Bachelors in Psychology.  Growing up her family wasn’t very knowledgeable about finances and passed down quite a few financial generational curses. In 2015 she found herself in 50K debt. During her debt payoff journey, she realized a lot of her spending was due to emotional triggers. She used her knowledge of psychology, mental health diagnosis, financial research along with trial and error to clear her debt. Not only that but within the same year of paying off the rest of her debt, she also established her business and purchased her first home at the age of 26

What does it really mean to manage your money?

There are 3 R's of Money Management™️ according to Queen Candace

1️⃣ Repair Your Relationship with Money

This is where you can essentially unblock your wallet by working through any financial trauma hidden in any of the 5 components of financial psychology: 

  1. Cognitive- Cognitive refers to what we consciously know, think, and believe. It can also relate to our unconscious beliefs and biases about money

  2. Emotional- Emotions influence our cognition, behavior, and relationships with others around money. Likewise, how we think, behave, and relate to others regarding money impacts our emotional responses. Emotional reactions to money can be expressed and maintained in our relationships with others and in our mind-body connection between our thoughts and beliefs and our physical bodies

  3. Relational- The relationships in our lives affect how we think, feel, and behave with money. Immediate and extended family, friends, coworkers, and clients influence how we perceive and understand the role money plays in our lives

  4. Behavioral- Our behavior is the manifestation and expression of our emotional, cognitive, and relational realities. Emotions and thoughts about our behavior are interrelated where a change in behavior can result in a change in thoughts and emotions, and a change in thoughts and emotions can create behavior change

  5. Financial- Money is a complex tool that is both objective and subjective. It is emotionally charged and loaded with conscious and unconscious beliefs that not only reflect our financial health but our personal well-being and the quality of our interpersonal relationships. Financial therapy intervenes in one or more of these areas (cognitive, emotional, behavioral, relational, financial) to make a positive difference in our lives

2️⃣ Restore Your Financial Foundation

Your financial foundation consists of your cashflow, credit, taxes, Insurance, Retirement & your Estate. Once you have a strong financial foundation you can begin building wealth with confidence

3️⃣ Rehab Your Financial Decision Making

You do this by actually learning about finances. Financial literacy is absolutely one of the keys to unlocking generational wealth. So if you learn how the wealthy buy cars, get assets, leverage credit, etc and you mimic their steps (but without the pitfalls) you'll be able to avoid making poor financial decisions


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