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.
Tom Corson-Knowles is the international bestselling author of The Kindle Publishing Bible and 19 other books.
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.
If you search Google for “goal setting,” you’re bound to come across how to set SMART goals. Most talk of goal setting is about setting doing goals, with no regard to the internal experience that accompanies such actions. In this episode I talk about setting feeling and being goals as a better way to achieve satisfaction.
Bill Lamond is a champion of leading women and women who aspire to full leadership. “The point,” says Bill, “is to discover who you really are beyond all the roles you have been taught to play and to become that person and live the life that you are entitled to by voicing yourself in your full gifts and powers.”
I’ve talked a lot about emotions and money, and today I want to take a really good look at the main emotions that people act out through their finances. It’s also important to understand that much of what is going on in the world today is a result of our collective emotions.
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?
Something that often trips up entrepreneurs is when they don’t know what they don’t know. The question is, how can you find out what you don’t know? In this episode, I give examples of the problems that can arise from lack of knowledge and I offer some actions you can take to minimize problems.