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.
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.
In this episode, I examine the question of whether or not being in business is right for you. Lots of people go into business because they don’t want to work for someone else and discover that there is a lot more to being in business than just declaring you are in business.
Shauna Rampley, who incorporates principles of neuroscience into her work as a consultant and trainer, explains how understanding the workings of the brain can help entrepreneurs experience greater success by getting out of fear and into a positive mindset.
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.
To increase your ability to generate a healthy cash flow, listen to this episode about how to stop criticizing yourself and develop a positive mindset about yourself. You are more likely to reward yourself with higher revenues if you treat yourself like someone you love.
You are the most important part of your business and how your body-mind functions is a factor that contributes to your business and financial success.
Measuring success by one’s financial bottom line is in fashion now, and many people dream of having large sums of money, thinking that this will allow them to feel happy and free. Perhaps it’s time to develop a definition of prosperity that fits you and your lifestyle.
Do you wonder what it will really take for you to significantly improve your cash flow and business success? The answer lies in understanding and altering your financial identity.