Financial Prompts

As you think about posting on TRIBAL, here are some questions you can ask yourself. You can also use these ideas to create discussions.

  1. What keeps up up at night and how do you settle those worries down?
  2. Talk about the one person who has been kindest to you in your life?
  3. Who has had a big influence on your life? What lessons did that person teach you?
  4. What do you feel most grateful for in your life?
  5. What are some of the most important financial lessons you’ve learned so far?
  6. Talk about how you're saving for the future.
  7. What encouraging things do you remember about your very first job?
  8. What are you proudest of in your life?
  9. How has your financial life been different than what you’d imagined?
  10. Do you have any regrets about financial decisions you've made?
  11. What are your hopes for your future? For your children?
  12. What invention would you like to see in your lifetime?
  13. What are you spending too much money on right now? And what do you plan to do about that?
  14. What do you have in your bag or pocket or your car that describes your personality?
  15. What is the most expensive thing you’ve ever spent money on, just for fun?
  16. If you could re-live just one year of your life, which one would it be and what would you do differently?
  17. What are you pretending not to know?
  18. How do you make a positive impact in your community?
  19. What under-$100 item has most improved your life?
  20. Talk about the best financial decision you have ever made. 
  21. If you have a job, why do you work? And don’t just say because you need the money.
  22. What do you know now about preparing financially for the future that you wish you’d known before you got married?
  23. What do you know now about preparing financially for the future that you wish you’d known before you had kids?
  24. If you could invent anything to make your life easier, what would it be?
  25. Do you prefer to donate time or money to those in need? Why?
  26. What is the best day of the year for you?
  27. What does your dream house look like?
  28. What is the greatest gift you have ever gotten, and what made it so great?
  29. What is the greatest financial mistake you’ve ever made?
  30. When did you first know what it was you wanted to do with your life?
  31. What is your greatest financial fear and why?
  32. What is your most deeply held belief about money?
  33. If someone could answer one question for you, what would that question be and why?
  34. What small bit of advice would you give to someone just starting out saving money?
  35. What are you absolutely determined to accomplish financially?
  36. Who has impressed you most with what they’ve accomplished?
  37. What investment risks have you taken that were worth it?
  38. Who inspires you to save for the future?
  39. What do you have doubts about?
  40. What’s the hardest financial lesson you’ve learned? 
  41. What challenging thing are you working through these days?
  42. What were some of the turning points in your financial life? 
  43. What are some money-saving rules you never break? 
  44. What’s the worst financial advice you’ve ever received? 
  45. When was the last time you changed your opinion or belief about something major? 
  46. What are some events in your life that brought you to your current financial status?
  47. In what ways have you grown as a person this year? What/who has influenced you? And what have you learned?
  48. What do you think is your biggest personal success? What about your biggest professional success?
  49. What encouraging things do you remember about your very first job?
  50. What are you proudest of in your life?
  51. How has your life been different than what you’d imagined?
  52. Do you have any regrets?
  53. What traits do you admire in other people?
  54. Talk about the hardest thing you’ve ever done.
  55. What’s something you changed your mind about recently?
  56. What do you have in your bag or pocket or your car that describes your personality?
  57. How do you make a positive impact in your community?
  58. What small bit of financial advice would you give to someone?
  59. What did you Google last?
  60. What are you absolutely determined to accomplish for your financial future?
  61. Who has impressed you most with what they’ve accomplished?
  62. What financial risks have you taken that were worth it?
  63. What doubts did you have that ended up working out?
  64. What’s the hardest financial lesson you’ve learned?
  65. What’s the best thing about getting older? The worst?
  66. What are some financial rules you never break? 
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