We all have a unique prism through which we make sense of the world. A large part of how we think about our wealth is a result of the environment we were raised in — how we were nurtured during our formative years.

Ask yourself honestly: how much of an effect did your upbringing have on how you view wealth? Do you subconsciously live out the spending and saving habits of your parents with your own money?

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