Interesting post CharlieMy background is in psychology. I teach psychology and also am a Marriage, Family Therapist. I am an INFP (split between T/J)and find the Meyers Briggs works very well in career counseling.Awhile back I wrote a book, together with three other women, called "What a Woman" - a financial planning guide for the newly independent. We all came from different backgrounds. I focused on Prosperity and Poverty Scripts, which I believe have a lot to do with our view of money. Here they are:Seven Components to a Prosperity Mentality1. Awareness, 2) Healthy Self Esteem, 3)Purpose, 4) Ability to let go,5) Information, 6) Plan and 7) Action.Seven Components to a Poverty Mentality1) Negative or outdated messages accepted as reality2) Distorted perception, 3) Low self esteem, 4) Unrealistic expectations,5) Fear, 6) Inability to let go and move on and 7)Self sabotage.