Over the weekend, I thought a lot about money.
I read a brave and eye-opening article in the NY Times from a self-confessed money addict, and had a few conversations with friends about the movie The Wolf of Wall Street.
I also did a lot of yoga and meditated on the subject — especially because I’ve started working on my next book, in which money (especially the making of it) plays a vital role.
As I’ve shared before on MarieTV, I feel blessed to have developed a healthy and even loving relationship with money. While that relationship is always evolving…
I’ve come to believe a healthy, respectful relationship with money helps us put it in its rightful place: it’s just one of the many resources we have to offer and share in this adventure called life.
I also don’t prescribe to a zero sum world-view based in scarcity.
Meaning, if you get more money (or love, attention, fill in the blank) — that I get less. Both science and spirituality show us that through collaboration, innovation, generosity and partnership — our collective resources can truly be infinite.
Without going too far down a philosophical rabbit hole, I’m so excited to share today’s MarieTV episode with you. So let me ask…
Do you ever feel like you self-sabotage when it comes to money?
Ever wonder if you’ve got some old money beliefs from your childhood that hold you back?
If so, I think you’re really going to love today’s episode outlining four money beliefs that may be holding you back, and how to change them.
If you haven’t already read it, grab a copy of Kate’s fantastic book Money: A Love Story.
What’s one money belief that’s holding you back? Be honest here. Doesn’t matter where you’re at on your financial journey, there’s always a next level of depth for all of us.
Next, tell us the one action step you can take right now to demonstrate that you’re ready for a new level of wealth. Is there a phone call you need to make? A new practice to put into place or simply an attitude shift you need to make?
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A truly rich life involves bringing consciousness and love to every corner of our existence — including our relationship with money.
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