A reader writes that having money can sometimes become a source of conflict in her personal and professional relationships. Some of the time this conflict can arise from jealousy. She would love to hear my take on this battle in terms of financial alchemy… Continue reading »
Another coach wanted to know why we “kill” the monster… I received an email this morning that was really interesting from another coach in Europe asking why I tell people they need to kill their money monster. This was a funny email to me and It’s a coaching question, so I can’t write and answer coaching questions and private email sto non clients because if I did that, I would burn out! I thought instead I would answer it in a video so that she and everybody else who has this question–because she’s not the only one–so I can talk … Continue reading »
In 2012, after yet another heartbreak (45 years of romantic failures, folks), I was so lonely and despairing that I made plans for my own suicide. I wrote a note, bought a book on how to do it, hired an attorney to help me create my will, and I set a date. Continue reading »
This particular story is good for anyone who is having trouble destroying their money monster…
Here’s what Sarah wrote:
“I want to thank you again for the incredible work you put out into the world – I wanted to share with you an experience I had this evening –
I was noticing that money and I just were not in a good place – work has been feeling awful – like I’m trapped, husband making no money, overdue bills, not enough clients and the clients I have not the ones I want, projects falling apart – and just feeling bad.
So, I decided to go deeper with your work as it has been powerful always for me – I bought the book and listened to the bonus call today – which answered A LOT of questions that cleared the way to do some really powerful work.”
I had a wonderful coaching session this week with an Abundance Day client. In one session my client killed her Money Monster 3 TIMES before she really got rid of it. My job is to keep the process going until the monster is really gone. Each time I’d ask, “Is it gone?” she’d find a little bit of monster left. We’d follow that trail to find a deeper level and a truer monster. Until we found the core issue and killed the real life/love/money monster lurking behind the others. And then when she met her new, “Money Honey,” he was … Continue reading »
No matter how loving and conscious your relationship with money (and, by extension, life) is… circumstances give us opportunities to test the relationship and take it deeper.
This is true for everyone–including myself–so this post is for the reader who’s having trouble going deep enough to uncover and destroy your obstacle to abundance. Keep reading and I’ll share my trick for taking myself deep enough. Continue reading »