5 things to learn about ADHD and impulsive spending

Apr 18, 2022, 04:00 PM EST.

Wondering if you have an impulse spending problem? Could it be related to your ADHD?

Are you carrying a persistent balance on your credit cards?

Is your home cluttered with “stuff” that you rarely use and don’t enjoy?

Do you shop to relieve stress?

Impulsive behavior can be a symptom of ADHD, and that includes impulse buying.

Learn five important things most people don’t know about impulsive spending.

Join Rick Webster Rena-Fi’s CEO for a round table participatory discussion on the root causes and solutions to impulsive spending. Come away with tips, strategies, and techniques to end this wasteful drain on your personal finances.

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Richard Webster’s nearly four decades of navigating the field as a real estate entrepreneur have brought him a wealth of knowledge that his role as Rena-Fi’s CEO now brings to those who come into his orbit. 

He has grown to understand that success must be values-driven.  How we handle business and money has its roots in our often-subconscious feelings and drives. It’s critical to know the mechanics of handling money, but without the context of one’s values, and without an awareness of the emotional underpinnings of behaviors, success can be elusive.

Rick’s expertise in real estate and entrepreneurship derives from his varied career not just as a real estate broker helping close to 2000 people achieve their real estate goals, but also from owning and running mortgage brokerages, renovating and managing rental properties, and later working with foreclosure, short sale, and loan modification strategies.

At the core of everything he’s accomplished has been his empathy for the people he’s worked with, and his ability to teach. His motto has always been “It’s not just business, it’s personal”. 

In his capacity as CEO of Rena-Fi, Rick brings perspective, vision, and passion to an area of life he considers foundational—personal money management.