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.
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.
I’ve noticed that the finances of a lot of my clients show signs that aloneness is a feeling they are acting out through their money. Even those who are happily married or have children or have an active social and support system have an underlying feeling of disconnection. In this episode, I examine where this comes from and how the feeling can be replaced by something more comfortable. I also touch upon negative self-talk and willingness to be your true self.
The energy of anger affects a person’s life in many ways and can be the force behind financial problems. Lots of people who appear to be peaceful have anger that they have been carrying with them, and unexpressed anger, which develops in early childhood often appears as underearning, debting, and other financial discomforts.
Do you focus a lot on trying to “manifest” a lot of money, or are you a follower of the Law of Attraction? In this episode, I show how this kind of focus is often about lack. “Manifest” and “abundance” can be hungry words when accompanied by longing.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Do you suffer from a just-enough or less-than-enough financial habit? If you do, there’s a good chance that you feel trapped, frustrated, deprived, ashamed, and angry, all major feelings that act themselves out through money.