If you're struggling to make ends meet...
If you're constantly worried about money...
If your life is becoming a whirlwind of work - worry - work...
Now is the time to change.
If you're like most of my clients, you have some pretty negative self-talk going on about money. Whether it's ingrained since you were little, or it's crept in as an adult, if you're in the money merry-go-round, you are eating into your ability to really be abundant and happy in your life.
You see, once the negative money talk starts... it's hard to stop.
Pretty soon you begin to believe it.
You won’t ever earn a 6-figure salary, and never mind even dreaming about 7 figures.
No one will ever pay top dollar just to hear what you have to say.
You really aren’t that special—there are a million others just like you.
We’ve all had these moments of self-doubt, and for the most part we push through them.
But even though we pick ourselves up each and every day and continue to carry on and yes,
even make a respectable living, there’s something missing.
Negative Self-Talk About Money
Undermines Our Self Confidence
And it continues to do so long after you tune that voice out and get back to work.
It’s not just today’s thoughts that are holding you back, either.
Money blocks work their way into our psyche and hang out there for years, wreaking havoc on our lives and happiness, and you probably don’t even know it’s happening.
Maybe your parents instilled a scarcity mindset in you as a child, and you simply can’t shake it now that you’re a successful adult.
Maybe an ex-partner made you feel selfish for “spending too much” on clothes or vacations (even though you didn’t).
Or maybe a high-school teacher’s offhand remark about your potential (or lack of it) is still rattling around in your head.
Whatever your situation, one thing is certain:
Your Attitude About Money Directly Effects
Your Balance Sheet
For many, money is a huge stumbling block.
We believe that small but insistent voice that says, “I cannot get a pay rise” or “You don’t know enough to charge that” or even “You don’t have what it takes to earn a 6-figure income.”
And when we believe it, it becomes true.
You attract an audience in search of freebies (because that’s the “vibe” you put out there).
You keep your rates low (way, way too low).
And you never quite reach that sales goal you so desperately want and need to reach.
There’s a simple solution, and it starts with a mindset shift.