Courage – A New Frontier with Life

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Courage What is courage? I think it is being afraid and doing it anyway. I have money coaching clients who bump up against a lot of fear, and even paralysis. It takes courage to look at what you are creating financially and face the emotions that are limiting you. One of my clients inspires me every day. She is willing to look at her deepest, darkest places and do the work to heal them. She is relentlessly honest with herself. She loves fiercely. She has untapped talents. I have given her space here for her words and insight. Please comment profusely and uplift with exuberance! A New Frontier for Me Hello there! If you have stumbled onto this blog entry, you are witnessing my maiden voyage of discovery outside of my current life. I must confess, I feel a little like I am on an early episode of the original …

Three Tips to Help You Become a Money Magician

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Money, money, money—everyone is talking about how to be better with money. How would you like to become a Money Magician? I would like to give you a few tips on how you can start off on the right foot regarding the money in your life. If you take action on them, your relationship with money will begin to shift drastically. Attention: When you read the tips, pay attention to how you react. This will give you an indication of what Money Archetype you are functioning from. After reading the three tips, keep going to learn a bit about the eight Money Archetypes. Discovering what Money Archetype you are will create more clarity and awareness around how you function with money. Tip #1: Your Cost of Living Do you know how much it costs you to run your life each month? Include rent, utilities, debt payments, groceries, entertainment, and so …

Financial Agility: Where Is Your Money Edge?

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My Money Inheritance I grew up in a family where everything was fair. No one got any more than anyone else. Nothing came free. You had to work to get paid. The amount of time you put into something was directly related to how much money you received. The time-for-money equation was never questioned. It felt uncomfortable to be around people who got money for doing nothing. We didn’t know anyone personally who had won the lottery, received a big inheritance or had a huge windfall. This was never in our consciousness. I know my dad bought one lottery ticket a week with the guys at work, but we never talked about what it would be like if we won the lottery. My parents surrounded themselves with people who all made about the same amount of money: $45,000 a year per family. Mom and Dad knew how to save and …

Simple Math: Scared to Ask a Question?

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I am in a one-year Art of Money course run by Bari Tessler. Money is in my life every day. I think about it, I talk to it, I wonder what else there is to be learned from money. My clients are scared of it, confused, overwhelmed, and sometimes just annoyed by the whole money thing. Have you ever just wanted to have a lot of money so you didn’t have to think about it anymore? Truth be told, the more money you have the more you have to pay attention to it. So why not just pay attention now? I am making a confession here. I love to talk about money, I love to explore how we relate with it. I love to see how people step into their power with money. But guess what? I am a total neophyte when it comes to math. Yesterday morning I was sitting …