Recently, while listening to a podcast with two young and successful entrepreneurs, I reflected on the numbers of enthusiastic entrepreneurs who have entered the business world. With all of the tools the Internet has to offer and the numerous coaches available to give business owners helpful advice, I wondered if I’m obsolete. In this episode, I share my thinking – and conclusion – and how important it is not to compare yourself to others.
Rebecca Skeele is a Wisdom Teacher and Sacred Ambition Mentor. She is an author, ordained minister and licensed counselor who has facilitated seminars in the United States and Europe for 25 years. She is the author of You Can Make It Heaven: How to Live Your Life with Abundance and Loving and creator of The Heaven on Earth Wisdom School – A Spiritual M.B.A.
Recently, I found out I need to spend $15,000 on dental work, and it set me thinking about financial fear. In this episode, I talk about how to understand that if you have financial fear, it has nothing to do with money, and I make suggestions for letting go of the fear and taking action.
I recently had one of my major AHAs about how feeling unsafe or vulnerable can be acted out through various financial dramas, including income ups and downs. This feeling of unsafe can be caused by many childhood experiences, including coming from a persecuted culture. I also mention that I’m adding an episode on Monday’s called Prosperity Quick Tips.
Lonnie Gordon Ogulnick is Founder and CEO of Gordon Wealth and the author of The Heart of a Beast: Surviving in the Lone-Wolf Economy. Lonnie started out his career on Wall Street in 1998 and quickly rose through the ranks as a Vice President, Managing Director, Sales Manager and Chairman’s Club Member prior to opening his own firm. Lonnie has a passion for his clients, understanding that his own personal health both physically and emotionally are the key components to operating at peak levels for both his business and family.
There’s a reason why 80% of new businesses fail, and the reason often is that the business owner didn’t have either the skills or personality to make the business a success. In this episode, I talk about what it really takes to succeed in business – what you need to do and who you need to be.
Sid Barath is an entrepreneur, digital marketer, and writer. He’s currently the VP of Growth at Thinkific, a software that allows you to create and sell online courses. We talk about the growth of online courses, the best way to overcome your hesitation creating a course and now to get started.
Today, I’m talking about habitual underearning. If you constantly feel that you haven’t got enough or aren’t earning enough, to change that habit, you have to look at the thoughts, beliefs, and emotions behind that habit. I talk about what it takes to change a long-standing habit – and it’s not about money.
Damion Lupo, the founder of Total Control Financial, is a lifelong American entrepreneur! He started his first business at age 11. Now he’s the owner of an 8-figure real estate empire, has earned multiple black belts, and is a well-sought financial consultant for high profile clients. Damion is an expert about money psychology, and among his passions and areas of expertise are real estate, venture capitalism, alternative investment strategies, as well as Yokido – a martial art founded by Damion himself. Yokido is for the student who wishes to live a gentile, yet focused life.
We are living in stressful times. The planet is stressed, our political and economic systems are stressed, and many people experience stress in business – and in life – on a daily basis. In this episode, I talk about how chronic stress can affect your life as well as your business and finances and what you can do to reduce the stress in your life.