I Liberated Myself by Sharing My Deepest Secrets

It can be so scary sometimes to share your deepest secrets and your wildest dreams.
It can be downright frightening to share our biggest failures or most challenging fears

Where do these feelings come from?

It is the worry of what someone will say or think,  the standards of society that have become deeply jaded by the effects of things such as social media.

Creating Momentum for Lasting Change and How I took a Chance on Myself

Think of something that you have wanted to do, but have not take action on. What was it that help you back? 

What held you back is your story. This is something that you have been telling yourself to keep yourself safe. Your subconscious mind learned at one point in your life by doing this, it was the right thing to do, but not it is time to tell it Thank you, but I am going to be OK! 

You have not failed, You just did not hold on long enough

Life can have its challenges, but how you handle them is how you will succeed.

What are your tendencies? 
When it gets hard, do you give up or walk away?
Or, are you motivated by the challenge and driven to succeed?

On the other side, 
Success can feel scary.
Success is not a direct line.
Stepping into the unknown can feel downright petrifying.

When you push through and don't give up, the greatest success is right on the other side waiting for you.
When things get hard just remember you could be moments away from the greatest success of your life. 

So many times, if you just hold on a little bit longer, your big win is waiting on the other side. 

If I can support you on your journey, don't hesitate to reach out! 


Make Love to Your Money & Cure the Negative Fear of Debt

If you have fallen victim to the overwhelm of debt, wanting to hold onto your money, or  struggle with keeping the numbers all in your head, let this video reframe your relationship to money

In the video below, we will discuss these simple 4 steps to change your relationship with money. 

  1. Use your debt to motivate you.
  2. Don't take your money for granted, be grateful for your money. Bless your money as it comes in and out. 
  3. Be organized with your money. By having a budget you can approach your money logically rather than emotionally and eliminate the triggers.
  4. When you pay your bills, this is a gift, and honor it as such If you have the money to pay your obligations, this in turn means you have money. 


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