Episode #1 AI answers: what kind of relationship do people have with money?
Updated: Jun 25
Is this that complex? The people's relationship with money has been with us for thousands of years depending on the research studies. And surprisingly our relationship with money is still complex. It is psychological, emotional, and social. Let's discover it with the help of AI and answer this not-as-simple question as it seems.
The best practice is to flow with innovation by embracing Open AI ChatGPT. As Researcher Designer Creative Philosophical Thinker and Artist, Tutor and Mentor, Creative Director, Start-up owner, Woman, and Human, I do ask and always liked to ask questions. I ask often God or previous gods, goddesses, emptiness, the universe, nature, people, friends, mates, strangers, monks, gurus, priests, and parents a variety of questions.
Now I ask Open AI. 😏😉 I question AI and I embrace it and learn from it.
This is the first episode. It is based on a few previous trials with ChatGTP, which I have found definitely interesting and worth investigating more. 🙃
I have decided to ask AI questions often and follow the White Rabbit where is going to take me. The questions will be random and mostly based on the actual people discussion in my professional and personal daily life, articles, hard copy books, interviews, ideas, research, and anything with which I had been externally and internally in touch.
Let's dive deep into Open AI ChatGPT. 🤖🧐
AI answers: what kind of relationship do people have with money?
Me: What kind of relationship do people have with money?
ChatGPT: People have a complex and multifaceted relationship with money. It plays a significant role in their lives and can influence their attitudes, behaviours, and overall well-being. Here are some common aspects of the relationship people have with money:
Survival and Security: Money is essential for meeting basic needs such as food, shelter, healthcare, and personal safety. It provides a sense of security and stability, as it allows people to protect themselves and their loved ones from financial hardships.
Materialistic Pursuits: Money often represents material possessions, status, and a means to achieve desired lifestyles. Some people equate wealth with success and find fulfilment in acquiring expensive goods, luxury experiences, or financial independence.
Financial Independence and Freedom: Many individuals strive to achieve financial independence, where they have enough resources to sustain their desired lifestyle without relying on others. Money can provide a sense of freedom, allowing people to make choices and pursue opportunities without financial constraints.
Stress and Anxiety: Money-related concerns can cause significant stress and anxiety. Financial instability, debt, or a lack of resources can lead to worry, fear, and a reduced sense of well-being. Financial pressures can impact mental health and strain personal relationships.
Identity and Self-Worth: Money can influence how individuals perceive themselves and others. Financial success may be linked to feelings of accomplishment, competence, and self-worth. Conversely, a lack of money or financial setbacks can impact self-esteem and create feelings of inadequacy or shame.
Relationships and Social Dynamics: Money can affect relationships, both positively and negatively. It can be a source of conflict, particularly when there are differences in financial values or disparities in income levels. Financial resources can also enable individuals to support loved ones, contribute to charitable causes, or build social connections.
Goals and Aspirations: Money is often tied to individuals' goals and aspirations. It can provide the means to pursue education, start a business, travel, or achieve other personal milestones. Financial planning and goal setting are common practices for individuals aiming to achieve specific objectives.
It's important to note that people's relationships with money are diverse and influenced by various factors, including cultural norms, personal experiences, upbringing, and individual values. While some may view money as a means to achieve happiness and security, others may prioritise non-financial aspects of life, such as relationships, personal growth, or community engagement.
Me: I am wishing you All to have an abundance of money and an abundance of a smart attitude towards money. Thank you.