Relax and manage your finances confidently and easily

Learn effective money management by using your emotions and skills to see your unique opportunities. And live happily, fully, and easily!
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My name is
Anna
I am a financial psychologist and behavioral economist.
Psychologist
Self-confidence, emotional intelligence, the ability to see opportunities in your career and life as a whole, rational decisions, and leadership are key factors for financial stability and personal success. However, these skills cannot be acquired quickly and easily. They need to be developed purposefully and comprehensively to become a daily norm.
since 2014
Behavioral economist
I am studying for a master's degree in behavioral economics and sharing with you all the most interesting and useful things from this field.
since 2023
Financial analyst
Writing a financial plan is not enough; it is necessary to regularly make informed financial decisions, adapt to economic situations, and assess risks. I analyze financial data and trends to help you understand how finances impact our future and provide you with the necessary financial tools.
since 2017
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My
goal
To make finance understandable for you and help you achieve financial stability through the ease and joy of living.
What kind of inquiries do I work with?
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
/ Emotional management
/ Financial literacy
/ Successful self-realization
/ stress
/ strategies
/ financial management mistakes
My task is to show you YOUR directions and equip you with the tools.
Once you master these skills, you will be 80% closer to your success, and at that point, you may not need me anymore 😉
I will teach you
Understanding and managing your emotions and stress. Behaving rationally in complex financial situations.
I will teach you
Recognizing your opportunities, and your unique potential, choosing tools for realization, and planning your achievements.
I will teach you
Financial literacy and managing your finances. I have something to share with both beginners and professionals in financial matters.
Whom can I
assist?
Entrepreneurs and managers
Business owners or managers looking for ways to reduce stress and increase team productivity.
Financially conscious (or not 😉) individuals
Anyone interested in improving their financial situation and reducing stress related to money.
To investors, financial analysts
Recognize and avoid cognitive biases specific to these fields. Find ways to reduce stress, improve quality of life, and develop your potential to achieve the best results in work and financial goals.
Reach a new level
in 2 hours
The consultation proceeds
  1. The consultation consists of TWO 60-minute sessions each. During the first session, we define your financial goals and needs, and identify your main mistakes. Consultations are confidential.
  2. In the second session, we determine your potential and opportunities, and explore ways, options, and strategies to address your financial situation. Together, we develop a personal strategy and action plan to achieve the goal.
  3. Significant changes take time, so we stay in touch with you to monitor the results.
120 min
Perhaps one of my videos can be a solution to your problem.
People who come to me often seek long-term changes in their lives.
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How can I stop worrying about my financial problems?
  • To begin with, it’s important to understand the reasons behind your financial problems and develop an action plan to solve them. As you take even very small steps, your stress will gradually decrease. Exercises to reduce financial stress, which I talk about in my videos, can also help. Additionally, it’s important to maintain your stability and have a goal that is bigger than just solving the problems you are currently facing.
How can I better understand my financial goals and set priorities?
  • Typically, it’s no secret that your mechanisms and your unconscious actions give you away every day. You need to be more attentive to yourself and learn to sense what activities, things, or people ignite you, what should not be holding you back? What is not just pleasing to you, not just interesting, but what truly moves you, the reason for your superpower. It’s important to focus on the goals that are truly important to you, not those set by your surroundings or societal stereotypes. Set no more than 3 main goals with different priorities. It’s also important to understand that achieving financial goals is a long-term process, and you need to have an action plan and understand what needs to be done to achieve them and not give up at the first sign of failure.
What psychological effects might I experience after a significant financial loss or negative experience with money?

After a significant financial loss or negative experience with money, various psychological effects may arise:

  • Stress: Losing a substantial amount of money or having a negative experience with money can cause stress and anxiety. This can manifest as anxious thoughts, worsened mood, sleep, and overall health.
  • Psychological trauma: This can lead to depression, fear, loss of self-esteem, and an inability to make decisions.
  • Guilt: After losing money, a person may feel guilty, especially if it was due to their own actions. This can lead to feelings of guilt, which can affect self-esteem and influence future financial decisions.
  • Loss of trust: A financial loss or negative experience with money can lead to a loss of trust in others, especially those who have access to your finances.
  • Excessive caution: After a negative experience with money, a person may become overly cautious, potentially missing out on opportunities and the chance to earn income.
  • Negative attitudes about money: Losing money or having a negative experience with it can lead to negative attitudes about money, which can affect future relationships with money and the ability to achieve goals.
How can one improve their financial habits and minimize expenses?

Aiming to minimize your expenses is not a good idea; instead, expenses should be optimized. The focus should be on how to earn more and more efficiently. The most effective habit to improve your financial situation is discipline. It will help you create a budget, stick to it, save money for your needs, and make more rational decisions.

How to deal with the fear of investing?

It’s necessary to replace fear with great interest. Therefore, you should start investing in companies that you find interesting in terms of their ideas or products. And, concurrently, it’s essential to learn how to create and manage an investment portfolio.

How to resolve a conflict with a partner or family member regarding financial matters?

Every conflict needs to be resolved individually; there are no universal solutions. In general, to resolve a conflict, it’s necessary to understand each other’s needs, as well as shared needs and goals. Then, develop an action plan together, distribute responsibilities, find a compromise and support each other, and act towards your goals. And of course, you need to be honest and open with each other.