If you feel any kind of shame about your finances, you’ll want to listen to this episode where you’ll learn important facts about how shame that you’re carrying from childhood can be creating uncomfortable financial dramas. Be sure to download the bonus audio that is offered. Continue reading
Do many of your business projects end in disappointment? Are your expectations often much greater than your results? Has disappointment been one of the themes running through your life? In this episode, you’ll learn how a disappointment habit develops and what you can do to transform disappointment into success. Continue reading
As a business owner or practitioner, it’s to your advantage to be comfortable talking about money. In this episode, you’ll learn what the advantages are and how to do a better job of talking about money, especially if you suffer from Financial Vagueness Syndrome. Continue reading
Today’s episode will help you understand how beliefs established early in childhood about yourself and the world around you are affecting your business and finances. Continue reading
This is the time of year when the retail world does everything it can to encourage you to overspend. Retailers hope that spending to counteract feelings of deprivation will overshadow your practical need for financial sanity.
This year, the marketers are out in force with early Black Friday, keeping stores open all day on Thanksgiving, and other gimmicks to stimulate your hunger for stuff.
Now is the time to create a holiday spending strategy that will satisfy one of your more sober wants–that of wanting to feel more comfortable about your financial position. Here are some factors to take into consideration: Continue reading
If you think you should be earning more or have any discomforts about your money, listen to this episode. Continue reading
The Identity Factor is a mechanism that kicks in each time you attempt to make a major change in your life. In this episode you’ll learn why the Identity Factor causes resistance and so-called self-sabotage and how to get beyond it’s effects. Continue reading
For years, I have wondered why some people, no matter how hard they seem to try, can’t get their lives moving in a positive direction. Or, if they do, why success is difficult to sustain. It’s becoming clear to me that the reason is related to a person’s personal identity.
Let’s take a look at two different individuals in order to understand this concept. Continue reading
- Uncertain times exacerbate fear
- Fear is about the future.
- Financial fear is not dependent on how much money you have.
- Financial fear is never about money, but about the consequences of not having money.
- At the base of the fears are emotions such a shame, guilt, deprivation, and the fear of being alone. Fear of losing face or losing your position.
- Another base for fear is behaviour learned from parents.
- People worry because they think if they stop worrying, everything will fall apart. Continue reading