Weekday Wisdom, Episode 17 What’s your relationship with cash flow? Are you spending money? Or are you investing it? That’s what I’m going to talk about in today’s Weekday Wisdom. Today I’m sharing the next installment of my Facebook Live series on traits of successful entrepreneurs. The third trait is […]
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Follow the Pay Me What I’m Worth series! To help people engage with the concepts in his book, Pay Me What I’m Worth, Soul Dancer has created an intriguing quiz based on the what previous students have expressed while going through the book and his programs based on the book. […]
This article was scheduled to go out tomorrow, but I’m running a bit behind in my Pay Me What I’m Worth series and am using this extra day to make the post its best.
I came across this article a few days ago and was struck how well it fit in with my Money Loves Attention free report, as well as much of my coaching work, so I just had to share it with you.
5 Ways to Get Intimate with Your Money
By Amanda Moxley
Where attention goes, energy flows!
1. Create a Sacred Money Night once a month to review your money outflows (bills)
By creating a sacred money night you are infusing your interaction with money with gratitude, grace, attention and love. Light candles, use essential oils, take a bath, wear some sexy lingerie, have some dark chocolate make it fun!
Pick a set day each month (or each week) in which you will sit down and look at your outflows and take care of your bills. Lots of times, you may have a boat load of different emotions around your outflows. This sacred money night will infuse your money with love which will lift your vibration and allow more money to flow to you with ease and joy.
Helpful tip: You can designate this night to get all of your bank statements and bills statements organized and delivered to your book keeper. I recommend hiring a book keeper unless you are a wizard and it brings you ecstatic joy at doing your own books. Just sayin’.
Carma’s Note: I recommend something similar (although not as sexy) when I talk about setting a money date. In fact, I have a mini money date every day where I stay on top of my inflows and outflows. I’ve caught mistakes and potential threats early enough to prevent stress because of this habit.
In this episode of The C.A.P. Podcast, I chat with Amazon Bestselling Author Nora D’Ecclesis about her ideas and advice around budgeting, writing down your financial goals, and the spiritual aspect of money. Her book, The Retro Budget Prescription: Skillful Personal Planning, talks about the importance of budgeting. She also […]
Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to speak about the energy of money at The Success Network, a local referral and networking group in Long Beach, California. This is the second of three videos taken from that event. (If you missed the first one, you can find it here.)
Last week I had the opportunity to speak about the energy of money at The Success Network, a local referral and networking group in Long Beach, California. This is the first of three videos taken from that event. (Not my best angle, I know, but whatcha gonna do?)
Back in April, I shot a few videos for my blog … and then completely forgot about them! Here is one inspired by something actor Colin Cunningham (Falling Skies) once said.. If you are who I think you are, you have a mission that includes transforming people’s lives […]
Did you know that how you pay attention (or don’t) to money affects how much of it you have in your life? In this episode of The C.A.P. Podcast, I discuss the energy of money and provide several concrete ways you can start improving your relationship with money today. You […]
“The way you do money is the way you do everything!”
~ Kendall Summerhawk
What this quote means to entrepreneurial authors:
April is Financial Literacy Month, so I thought this quote was appropriate.
Whether you like it or not, your relationship with money … how you treat it, how it shows up (or not) in your life) … is an excellent litmus test of how you are in other areas of your life. Money, and the energy of money, is a powerful mirror that can show you what your beliefs are and what you are willing to tolerate in your life.
Take these for example:
Are you allowing people to owe you money for inappropriate lengths of time?
Take a look at you romantic relationships. I’m willing to bet that you let your significant other get away with a lot of things that he or she shouldn’t get away with. Perhaps your children are spoiled or walk all over you. Allowing people to owe you money with no reasonable agreement for how you will be paid back or, worse yet, not even paying attention to money owed you, suggests that you don’t value yourself properly.