On November 7, 1983 I was hit by a car and thrown into a coma. When I woke up I couldn’t sleep for a year and a half. My brain didn’t function the way it used to. The love of my life dumped me. I was suicidal.
The head injury devastated my life for years. And I took away some powerful, positive life lessons from the experience… Continue reading »
I am floating on gratitude. I LOVE my man. I accomplished everything I wanted to with my money goddesses: each one has a personal and fantabulous Money Honey, a ridiculously wonderful collection of goddess portraits, a community of sister goddesses who have their back, and they’re on their divinely aligned goddess business path. Oh. And I’m in Bali. How wonderful life is! Continue reading »
To be honest, after my donation I had a lot of head chatter and second guessing myself.
But when I attended the Unstoppable Gala Saturday night, with Martin Sheen, Brandy, and hundreds of the world’s leaders in personal development, and I heard Malala’s speech and saw the lives we had already changed… I couldn’t stop crying all evening. I was so happy to be helping.
The next day I got to hang out with Bob Proctor (a much bigger contributor), Bill Harris, and friends like Marcia Weider, Christina Morassi, and other do-gooders.
A small group of us spent the day strategizing how to raise more money to build more schools, villages, and clean water wells in Africa over the next 90 days.
The weirdest thing happened last week: 2 women said, “Yes!” to working with me, gave me their credit card numbers and worked out a payment plan schedule with me, and then freaked out and cancelled hours later.
I haven’t had that happen in many years.
So I got curious about what was going on inside of ME that was getting in the way of these women moving forward the way they desired… Continue reading »
This abuse was part of my money monster. Every time in the past when I had trouble with money it was because I felt violated. When we had lots of money for a short time, I felt abused or was fearing I would be abused. Continue reading »