How to trust your gut when it comes to money

Do you trust yourself to know what is the right thing to do with your money? Yes, this is why some people choose to consult a financial planner…but what if the financial planner’s advice doesn’t feel right to you?  To you trust yourself enough to NOT follow advice? Can you separate another person’s agenda from…

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Can you speak the truth about your money?

In last week’s post, I talked about knowing your real desires and how that can help you be more strategic with your money.   That’s a lot of the battle; know what you really want in life.  But unless you’re willing to give voice to those goals and dreams, they might not go anywhere (and…

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Do your financial goals have heart?

For a lot of people, their heart and their bank accounts seem to exist in two completely different worlds. We’re admonished not to take things personally, not to let our emotions get the best of us, and not to trust our guts when it comes to matters of business or finances.   But the truth…

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Where is your upper money limit?

  Part of your overall money mindset is how you feel about issues of self-identity, independence, and feeling powerful.  Some people are freaked out by power, so they back away from anything that shines the light on them too brightly. Or, you might not feel powerful at all, so you try to “borrow” someone else’s…

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Do you “deserve” your money?

Deserving money is a mindset thing that messes people up more than anything.  When you’re used to putting yourself last, or when you think you have to work hard to receiving everything you get, you might reject money if it comes to you too easily. Sometimes, we’re afraid of being judged for how we spend…

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How you do everything is how you do money

While I do get a little tetchy with people who claim you can “manifest abundance” just by chanting (uh, NOPE! Gotta do the work, too!), I do believe that mindset plays a huge part in your money energy and your money story. Do you find yourself living paycheck to paycheck or are always frustrated and…

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