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Motivation

Create the Vision you Want to Come From

August is all about motivation because, quite frankly, I need it. And if it resonates with you, GREAT! I’m writing this month about ways to get and keep myself motivated. This week is all about creating a crystal-clear vision of where you want to go. Having a vision is an essential strategy because we can […]

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Live Your Life More Fully by Knowing You’re Going to Die

Some of the most motivated people I know are those that have had near-death experiences. They have what is often called mortality motivation. They know without a shadow of a doubt that their days on this earth are finite. It’s an incredibly motivating experience. Several years ago, I did a few sessions with my friend […]

What if You Don’t Feel Like Doing Something

What if You Don’t Feel Like Doing Something

I’m struggling to write this blog post. There I’ve said it. I wanted to write something on energy but didn’t feel like I had the energy to write it. I’m at odds with myself. I want to honor my commitment to writing a blog post every week, but damn, if I’m not having a hard […]

Abundance Only Works If You’re Willing to Receive it

What have you forgotten to receive? I blinked a couple of times after hearing that question. I couldn’t wrap my mind around it. Then Ken Honda, Japan’s most well-known financial educator, went on to explain that sometimes we get so focused on a few areas of our lives that we forget to look for and […]

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You May Be Wealthier Than You Realize

When we talk about personal wealth, it’s often through the lens of money.  But financial wealth is personal, not relative, and it’s only one slice of the overall wealth pie.  I probably earned three times more last year than my mom made at her highest yearly earnings ever.  But I earned far less than several […]

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Create a Better Relationship with Money by Making it Your Friend

When I was a kid and my parents were still married, they would have huge arguments because my mom, who was in charge of paying the household bills, would sometimes forget to pay those bills. There times that we went without electricity or water for a day or two. My dad would get so upset […]