When an acquaintance said that he wanted to build a little side business that makes a lot of money so he can focus on the work he loves to do, it stimulated a whole lot of thoughts that I wanted to share.
The two things that people think about most and talk about least are sex and money. In this episode, I talk about the similarities between how people deal with sex and money and solutions for becoming more comfortable with both with Francesca Shrady of NeuroSexy: Wisdom-Based Sex Solutions in Santa Fe.
When things go well, do you start worrying about whether or not you can sustain the good. Do you anticipate comfort will be followed by discomfort. Like just about everything emotional, this feeling comes from childhood experiences that can lead to a fear that you can’t sustain comfortable life and financial events.
Donna Skeels Cygan is a Certified Financial Planner and has been selected many times as one of the top financial advisors in the US. She is the author of The Joy of Financial Security: The Art and Science of Becoming Happier, Managing Your Money Wisely, and Creating a Secure Financial Future.
There are some common problems people deal with vis-à-vis their business and finances, such as fear of running out of money, carrying a lot of debt, underearning, and dealing with habitual emotional habits that are holding them back. Just as there are common problems, there are also some common solutions. In this episode, I present some of those solutions.
You have probably hoped or wished for more money. If you haven’t prepared for actually dealing with more money than you are accustomed to having, there’s a good chance that you are going to make bad financial decisions and the new money won’t last long.
Gail is the founder of Real Speaking® and the award-winning author of Transformational Speaking: If You Want to Change the World, Tell a Better Story. Her work has been described by Fast Company as “transforming your relationship to your voice via the deepest stirrings of your soul.”
Stephen Young and his wife own Doodlets, a popular store in downtown Santa Fe, New Mexico. Before he moved to Santa Fe, Stephen founded several successful companies and was a guest lecturer at the business schools of Tulane and New York University. When he had a series of near death experiences 18 months ago, his life and how he does business changed. He talks about this on today’s episode.
Kathy Walsh is the co-founder of Knock Knock Social, a social media marketing company that helps small businesses with their social media presence. She has 25 years of experience in marketing, public relations and communications for a variety of industries. Kathy is known as a trend spotter and is able to help her clients stay ahead of the curve.
Everything in our three-dimensional reality is made up of energy. If you focus on the energy of your life and learn to replace the energies that pull you down with energies that are uplifting, the positive energy will move you and your finances forward.