The issue: How to build trust with supportive housing and transitional housing clients and help them better understand their spending habits; how to make positive behavior changes. Make financial [...]
Money Habitudes is a favorite of financial educators, coaches and counselors who teach personal finance skills. Because money is a difficult subject, clients and students may feel intimidated, embarrassed, bored or uncomfortable. Similarly, if participation has been mandated, attendees may be resentful and resistant. Using a card game is a non-threatening way to learn about money because it’s associated with an enjoyable pastime and can make things fun, quickly engage clients or students, and keep people coming back.
Financial educators, coaches and counselors trust Money Habitudes to improve classes and coaching and start great conversations about money.
To have something that’s a quick pick-up tool, but is this effective is very rare. It’s a minimum investment for a maximum return.
Money Habitudes is a much friendlier, non-judgmental way for people to get at their core issues. That’s why it’s more successful than what we did before having the Money Habitudes cards.
It seems like people are more receptive to our other financial education materials after we do Money Habitudes. It’s been very positive for us.