Today I want to talk about never having enough. About 95% of the people who contact me say that they do not have enough to do what they want or to invest in their business. They are always in this place of not having enough.
Gregg Swanson is a leading mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual strength expert. He specializes in helping driven individuals including executives, business owners, solopreneurs, sales professionals, and health and fitness experts. Gregg has developed a unique and powerful approach to his mental strength training by aligning a person’s body, mind, and spirit so they can live a life of power, purpose, and passion. He has authored several books and over three hundred articles on the subjects of mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual strength. His podcast is the Warrior Mind Podcast.
Peter Scott IV is the Founder of the Fearless Life Academy where he mentors high performing entrepreneurs to conquer their fears so that they create the impact and earn the income they desire. Peter is also the author of the #1 Bestselling book, “The Fearless Mindset” and has a background as an investment banker.
Today I’m talking about what it really takes to move into a new financial position. You have to create a new financial identity and live differently than you are now. So, if you’ve always been at just enough or less-than enough and want to move to more-than enough, you have to change a lot internally and externally.
I was talking to someone who is stuck on a low-paying job. He’s had a large deal pending for one of his inventions, but it fell through. It was a big blow. As a result, he hasn’t tried again because of his fear that something similar could happen again. Never really dealt with the pain of the experience.
Leisa Peterson is a business wealth coach, money mindfulness expert, podcaster and blogger and is the founder of WealthClinic. She is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, has an MBA in finance and worked in personal finance for over 23 years. Leisa merges her breadth of money and financial understanding together with her personal experiences of self-realization to create a logical, impactful and heart-centered system that improves her clients’ relationship with money forever.
Recently I watched a video about Jennifer Bricker who was abandoned as a baby because she was born with no legs. After seeing gold medalist Dominique Moceanu, a gold-medal winner in tumbling, Jennifer decided she wanted to learn to tumble. She not only learned, she won titles and competed in the Junior Olympics. When I watched her tumbling and saw how she didn’t accept herself as limited, I thought about the excuses people use that hold them back. What’s your excuse?
The concept of “Less-Than” has come up a few times in the last week – it’s something a lot of people deal with. In my book, Build Your Money Muscles, I talk about the three basic positions: Less than Enough, Just Enough, and More than Enough. The goal is to get to More than Enough. In this episode I talk about something that happened to me recently that had me examining – and releasing – habitual less-than feelings.
My theme for the year is The Courage to Express Yourself, and I haven’t spent any time discussing this topic. So today, we’ll look at the various ways you can express yourself, getting over your fear of self-expression, and the skills you need to develop.