Sociopsychonomics

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Lawrence’s research and interviews with financial planning experts show how this Sociopsychonomic™ filtering process, shaped by a variety of factors—upbringing, financial acuity, life’s purpose and navigational aptitude, and asset acquisition habits—paralyzes the poor, overwhelms the middle class, and liberates the mega wealthy.


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Lawrence’s research and interviews with financial planning experts show how this Sociopsychonomic™ filtering process, shaped by a variety of factors—upbringing, financial acuity, life’s purpose and navigational aptitude, and asset acquisition habits—paralyzes the poor, overwhelms the middle class, and liberates the mega wealthy. Readers will appreciate Lawrence’s wit and semantic gift for explaining complicated terms in an easy-to-understand format, though his insights are sure to challenge previously held beliefs than many have regarding social class dynamics.

He acknowledges that people are who they are, but that doesn’t prohibit the from changing. Bad financial habits and self-sabotaging emotions around money can be broken with he right frame of reference.

In Sociopsychonomics™ readers will learn …

  • What concepts, metrics, and financial planning tools are used to evaluate an individual’s or household’s economic viability
  • What primary sensory-learning drivers appeal to each representative social class and how best to use them to effectuate personal, financial, and educational change
  • What a legacy nerve is, and why the generationally affluent are so bothered by it
  • Why the poor are so quick to chase after the winning lottery ticket that they view as the pot of gold at the end of the financial rainbow
  • Why the traditional middle class often suffer from economic vertigo, a dizzying experience that prevents them from pursuing wealth-building strategies that lead to multiple income streams
  • Why the three E’s—education, experiences, and expectations—provide generationally affluent children and grandchildren with a distinct advantage
  • How policymakers, educators, social workers, and employers can improve their engagement efforts with impoverished constituencies
  • How to break free from debilitating social class mindsets and personal hang-ups that perpetuate financial bondage
  • How those in generational poverty can rewrite their legacy code

Sociopsychonomics reflects who we are at our core, but provides practical tips and suggestions to upgrade our monetary filter. Are you ready for your financial makeover?

 

 

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