Today my guest is David Essel. David has written a book with a notion that will shock most people but it makes a lot of sense: positive thinking is just a myth! In this episode we discuss about how hard it is to be truly honest with ourselves, about the things that are keeping us from living a truly joy-filled life. David shares with us how he came to believe that affirmations really don’t work, at least in the way we were taught they should. Finally, David gives us the magic formula to financial freedom. You won’t want to miss it!
Today’s guest is Crystal Arnold — Crystal is a mother and economist who explores the colorful terrain of women and money, providing inspiration and practical advice for building true wealth. As host of the powerful Money~Wise~Women podcast Crystal interviews powerful women about the virtues of feminine finance and how to cultivate true wealth in your daily life.
My guest today is Dawn Delvecchio — Dawn has been studying the Tarot as a tool for personal and spiritual growth since 1984. We met through a mutual friend who discovered that we both lived in Sedona and our friendship developed quickly after that. Through Dawn’s understanding of the Tarot I’ve become inspired to read several books and dabble in the study of this mysterious divining tool.
My friend Tom Corley is back on the show sharing his wisdom about rich habits! Tom has devoted the past several years to not just learning the habits of the wealthy but following them himself. Today we are chatting with what he has learned through a five year + process of studying the rich and poor having identified over 300 daily habits that separated the “haves” from the “have nots.”
According to economist Sendhil Mullainathan and behavior scientist Eldar Shafir, in their book Scarcity: The New Science of Having Less and How it Defines Our Lives, scarcity is more than just lack of a needed resource, it is a mindset: “Scarcity captures the mind…when we experience scarcity of any kind, we become absorbed by it. The mind orients automatically, powerfully, toward unfulfilled needs. For the hungry, that need is food…For the cash-strapped it might be this month’s rent…Scarcity is more than just the displeasure of having very little. It changes how we think. It imposes itself on our minds.”
Just back from three weeks of travel to attend four very different events in San Diego, Phoenix, Las Vegas and New York City. All said my cup runneth over. I knew before I left home that it wouldn’t be easy to travel that much and still keep my mind in a state of peace and I was right. It’s funny because it wasn’t until I was asked by a client yesterday how I could travel, attend classes, and take in so much and still be okay that the lightbulb went on…
I’d been hearing about John Burgos and his Beyond the Ordinary Show for a few years when my friend, Marilyn Alauria shared that she was going to be a guest. Listening to John and Marilyn talk about intuitive healing and embracing one’s physic gifts was very inspiring and led me to becoming an instant fan of what John has created as part of his show. John is clearly following his passion as he seeks out and highlights psychic and intuitive healers from around the globe on his show.
Past life regression is a topic that seems to be coming up more and more — thanks to the work of Dr. Brian Weiss and to best selling books like The Boy Who Knew Too Much: An Astounding True Story of a Young Boy’s Past-Life Memories by Cathy Byrd.
Part of my coaching practice includes guiding clients through deep dive healing work so they can break free from their money trauma. While doing this intuitive work hundreds of times I started noticing how many limiting beliefs about money are brought into this life with us. This realization led me to