So here is the last of the personalities – The Money Monk.
Handling money in any way makes a Money Monk feel like he’s giving in to its seductive power. Often, Money Monks were raised with deep religious or political convictions – their parents taught them that money is the root of evil, or that rich people are “capitalist pigs”.
Common behaviours of Money Monks:
– You’d never ask for a raise – needing money makes you feel greedy.
– You believe the desire for money chips away at people’s moral values, so you try to avoid dealing with your finances as much as possible.
– When you have a windfall, you can’t wait to get rid of it, so you donate to charities or help cash-strapped friends.