If you’re like most of us, you’re your own worst critic. You talk to yourself in ways you’d never talk to your loved ones. You tell your daughter how smart she is, your husband how talented he is, your best friend how strong she is. Inside, though, you may beat yourself up with constant admonitions of how you failed your diet, didn’t read that book, or haven’t saved enough money.
Money can be an abusive trouble-maker. Imagine someone in your life has the power to inflict pain and suffering on you 24/7. You can’t stop it. You feel powerless. This person’s poison—an abuser who demands to be treated like royalty, but regularly makes you feel humiliated, guilty and insignificant. You’re not a masochist, right? This relationship must end.
Creating a life of freedom and choices is what many entrepreneurs dream of when first starting out. Yet sometimes that freedom comes almost accidentally. For my podcast guest today, that’s exactly what happened when Ashley Brown wanted to find way to stay at home with her kids while bringing in additional income for her family.
One of the easiest ways for business owners to get stuck in place and sabotage their own success is by believing they don’t have the resources they need to do the things they want to do. Just like all seven these mindsets, this way of thinking comes from a place of lack and scarcity. Believing that you are not good enough to do, have, and be what you most want and this way of thinking must be stopped before you can fully experience what it means to be living in abundance.
Unfortunately, in our pursuit of amassing wealth, we often forget to funnel our funds toward the achievement of our dream. We get off track and, for many of us, the accumulation of money ends up as our primary pursuit. This is the path I was on, before that fateful day in my doctor’s office.
As someone who helps people clear out their painful feelings about money it would be great to spot my own money shadows before they appear in public. Unfortunately that isn’t always the case…
I am always amazed at how much our relationships with people have in common with our relationship with money which is why I asked my friend, client, and relationship coach, Macy Matarazzo to join me in this podcast discussion about love and money.
As you know I am always looking to expand consciousness when it comes to money and inner development. I recently met psychic medium, Marilyn Alauria as part of an online course we’ve been taking together. Marilyn is unique in her passionate desire to teach people how to listen to their inner wisdom…
Evan writes with such intensity about the journey through self-growth and the path to abundance that I had to reach out and introduce myself. The next thing you know we are on Skype talking for this interview. I learned many things from this conversation, namely that it is possible to become deeply inspired to create a life of your greatest passion at a young age.
Health and wealth go together well. You need both to consider yourself truly wealthy and today’s podcast features health coach and licensed pharmacist, Dr Phillip Carson. Dr. Phil is just as focused on the health of your body as I am on creating wealth so we make a great pair when it comes to creating positive transformation in the lives of others.