Fun and Abundance (and health) are the New Wealth.
A peer of mine in the coaching world recently asked “What you do differently if you doubled your income this year?” I thought about this for half a second before I had my answer: not a thing. When you’re already living the way you want to live and doing what you want to do, what is there to do differently? Continue reading »
It’s really about value. Action is essential, but 90 percent of results come from the inside. What’s really fun is how SKEPTICAL Anna was about doing my tiny deep-dive coaching retreat, even after she said yes and committed, and flew all the way to San Miguel. SPOILER ALERT: Anna made $1.2 Million in 5 months after shooting this video at my 2021 Money Goddess Retreat. Meet Spiritual Educator and Innovator Anna Gatmon (2 minute video): My retreat is tiny (6 women max this year) by design: EVERY woman is coached 1:1 by me, whatever it takes, to slay your Money … Continue reading »
I received a question about squaring capitalism with the problem of some people having so much and others having not enough… I thought this was too good a question to ignore, but also too big for a quick written response. So I shot a video. Text of reader question: “Hi Morgana, I would love it if you’d cover how to morally square a capitalist system, which is based on hierarchy and some people having more than enough while others have nothing (two sides of the same coin), with creating a new system of enough for everybody. I have an … Continue reading »
When someone tells you “This is what you have to do to become a millionaire,” they’re lying.
It’s not intentional, but it’s an untruth that causes harm.
There is no one way. Every millionaire (aside from those who inherited), gets there their own way.
This got me to thinking about the bigger issue behind that statement… the BIGGER LIE.
For as long as I can recall, I’ve been hearing variations on the theme, “If you want to succeed, DO THIS.’
It’s the formula behind every commercial on TV, and what they teach us in school. It’s an idea that sells.
Formulas are useful for beginners (and they are unlikely to turn a beginner into a millionaire, sorry), but at a certain point they become the box that keeps us small. The way to growth is outside the box. Continue reading »