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.
Gail is the founder of Real Speaking® and the award-winning author of Transformational Speaking: If You Want to Change the World, Tell a Better Story. Her work has been described by Fast Company as “transforming your relationship to your voice via the deepest stirrings of your soul.”
Everything in our three-dimensional reality is made up of energy. If you focus on the energy of your life and learn to replace the energies that pull you down with energies that are uplifting, the positive energy will move you and your finances forward.
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.
David Riklan is the founder of SelfGrowth.com, a site that gets over 10 million visitors a year. . He also publishes three email newsletters that go out to over 500,000 weekly subscribers on the topics of self-improvement, national health, relationships, and more.
Many entrepreneurs and practitioners deal with either office or home clutter – or both. Dana Rayburn is an internationally known ADHD Coach who helps people live more successfully with ADHD while they get and stay organized. Dana’s unique and practical techniques for getting organized for the basis of her life, her business and her book, Organized for Life.
“When you hold on to your history, you do it at the expense of your destiny.” – TD Jakes. Letting go of your story doesn’t mean never talking about your past. As a matter of fact if you have overcome a difficult past, your story can serve as inspiration for others. The idea is to get past the emotional charge connected to the story and to stop identifying the story as the truth of you.
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.
On today’s episode you are going to meet Sharon Anne Klingler who is known as an inspiring speaker, author, and intuitive. Her latest book is called Power Words. Her other titles include Secrets of Success and Intuition & Beyond. She has appeared on many TV shows in the US, the UK, Canada, and Australia.
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.