Our conversation meandered into the topic of fear, doubt and uncertainty — more mine than hers. I found myself sharing how difficult it can be to run a start-up business and how slow progress seems to be when you are trying to create something new in the world.
Ready to live bigger? With more prosperity? I sure am. Yet the road to living a bigger life is likely to be a bumpy ride. We step out and it often doesn’t go as planned. I was reminded about it just this past weekend.
No one should have to go through what I went through to be able to break free of this insidious fear. Which explains why I am so passionate about teaching people how to change their minds when it comes to scarcity ways of thinking. It is also something that I continue to learn more about every day.
Want to learn to stop worrying? Just follow these four simple, yet effective steps:
1. Change the Station.
a whopping 41% of American consumers gave themselves a grade of C or below when it comes to their own personal financial knowledge. Even those who scored themselves higher aren’t fully confident. A full 75% of respondents say they would benefit from professional advice and 70% admit they’re worried about their current financial situation.