If you want to change careers, start a business or catapult an existing business, then a toxic relationship with money will create barriers and frustration.
I believe in doing work that you love. Work that has deep meaning to you. Work that fulfills you, enriches your community and makes an impact on the world. And the journey starts here…with money. Why? Because money and work go hand and hand.
You see, money serves as both a catalyst and barrier to dreams, ideas and action. Perceptions, beliefs and patterns around money directly impact every decision related to career or business development. If you are reading this, you are likely wanting to grow and transform your business, work and life. In order to do so, some form of transition will be required. It may be a small change, or it could be a life altering shake-up.
And here’s the thing to note: financial issues and obstacles will pop up before, during and after any transition.
So it’s important to address your money mindset and your relationship with money first, so you can understand your own beliefs and patterns. From that foundational place, you will be able to make the best decisions, setting yourself up for abundant possibilities.
Is it time to break your own personal money glass ceiling, lift the internal restrictions your beliefs have imposed on your life, and see what lies ahead? Is it time to charge what you are worth, earn big and stay profitable? Then it’s time to pay attention to your money and relate to it as you would a treasured friend. Eliminate the conflict with money that causes stress, avoidance or other money missteps.
Whether we like it or not, money decisions are made all day, every day. Everything from eating lunch at a restaurant to buying a house. The decision to make a transition in your life always comes down to multiple factors, and money is typically one of those factors.
Do I change careers, reinvent myself, look for something better, travel the world, leave my partner or start a business? Can you make any of those decisions without considering your finances? For some, the financial impact overrides other factors. And for others, it is a minor consideration. Both mindsets reflect different relationships with money.
Generally speaking, many people are unaware of their relationship with money, which makes for some fairly blind and uninformed decision making in their work and life.
Accepting the relationship, understanding it and examining how you behave with your money is the first step toward creating a better relationship with your finances. First and foremost, you must value the relationship enough to want to understand it. Then, like any relationship, you have to work on it, because it’s worth it.You can create a healthy, robust and abundant relationship with money.
And I can show you how.
Money Mindset Kickstart
Understanding Your Hidden Money Beliefs
A 90 minute call to address money challenges and financial goals. This call introduces you to the idea of money mindset. It is preceded by an assessment that helps you to learn about your money personality, revealing the hidden money beliefs that drive your decision making. We examine your money strengths, gifts and challenges while discovering ways to leverage the strengths and move past the challenges. You will see how you relate to money and how that impacts the other areas of your life.
- Goal: Money Personality Assessment
- Format: 90 minute coaching call on phone or zoom
- Price: $150
- Bonus: 30 minute follow up call