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Your NEW money story

Imagine if you could wave a magic wand and: Poof! You enter into a new money story.

One where you had the freedom to do what you love every day, work from home, experience more fulfillment in your life…

That’s what we all want, right? To feel satisfied and make a difference.

But sometimes it feels like all of this is just out of your reach and is dependent on whether or not you have enough money and support.

But here’s the thing: You CAN have the money to support you in the life you most desire, BUT there’s one thing you need to do first.

Change your money story.

Yup! That’s right. When you change the way you see and think about money, your experience with money changes.

We’ve heard some of the greatest thought leaders of our time say things like:

💭 “Thoughts become things.” ~Mike Dooley
💭 “Change your thoughts, change your life.” ~Wayne Dyer
💭 “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” ~Napoleon Hill
💭 “Your life changes the moment you make a new, congruent, and committed decision.” ~Tony Robbins

I like a quote that I heard from best-selling author, Iyanla Vanzant. She says, “Money is a medium of exchange.”

Take a moment to think about what this statement means to you.

To me, this statement means that money is simply free-flowing energy.

We’re taught that money is something to be earned or attained. That we have to work hard for it, win the lottery or perhaps receive it from an estate.

But what I love about the statement “Money is a medium of exchange,” is that it implies that money is nothing more than an exchange.

It’s not something we have to earn, work hard for or get lucky to acquire. It is this free-flowing source of energy, not a bunch of green bills and coins or a credit line. It’s simply an exchange, and there’s an unlimited supply of it!

The power of seeing money as an exchange is that you give and receive, give and receive … Kind of like the ebb and flow of the ocean. You cannot run out of it or not have enough of it.

Cheers to your new money story!