We talk a lot about our businesses supporting us. But your business can’t support you unless you support yourself. The questions for today are how are you supporting yourself and how you are you not supporting yourself?
In my book, Build Your Money Muscles, I introduced the idea that money is a symbol of relationship because it represents energy passing between two people or entities. In this episode I talk about how you can use money as a window into your relationship with yourself and others and how to improve your relationship with money.
Research shows that certain childhood experiences are predictive of health and emotional problems later in life. In this episode, I explore how these messages can affect your business and finances and offer some suggestions for reversing the effects of these experiences.
A lot of prosperity teachers and money coaches say that your self-worth equals your net worth. I don’t agree with this. There are a lot of high net worth people who have a low self-image while people with relatively few assets feel good about themselves and their lives. Low self-image can be used as an excuse.
David Ralph is the host of Join Up Dots, an inspiring podcast where David interviews interesting and successful entrepreneurs during which he takes his guests on a journey to meet with their younger selves, based on the iconic speech made by Steve Jobs back in 2005.
He is also the founder of Podcasters Mastery, and Dream Starter Academy where using online tutorials and support he guides members through a simple six-stage formula to create the life of their dreams and a business that the love.
If you think having more money would solve your problems, think again! If you worry about not having enough or running out of money, if you feel stuck financially or burdened by debt, if you think you don’t get paid enough or you don’t make enough to save anything, then listen to this episode. Read more
Julia Kelly is a former hippie, world traveller, accounting school graduate and theme-park artist who built a six-figure business drawing caricatures while going to school full time. She is a digital caricature artist who specializes in using caricatures to help companies get more leads at trade shows.
Your feelings are the bridge between your internal and external worlds. Feelings inform your behaviors and determine your business and financial outcomes. The question is, do you feel wealthy, or do you habitually feel poor, not matter how much you have. Do you habitually function at a less-than, just-enough, or slightly-more-than level. To truly be wealthy, you have to feel wealthy.
After working in traditional financial firms since 2007 and then going to work for a NY start-up Sophia Bera decided to quit her job to launch her own firm, Gen Y Planning. Now, she’s location independent and is the top Google search for “Financial Planner for Millennials.”
Sophia’s been quoted in The New York Times, Forbes, Business Insider, AOL, The Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine and more. She was recently named one of “10 Young Advisors to Watch” by Financial Advisor Magazine and one of the “Top 40 Under 40” by InvestmentNews.