Money, You, and the Work to Be Done
Psychology is to money what an engine is to a car. Your motives — what drives you — determines your experience with it. Increasing the quality of your thoughts, your wealth increases. In valuing yourself more, you naturally exchange this greater sense of worth with the world around you. In building credit with yourself, you build credit in the world. But in order to increase the quality of your thoughts around money, in order to build your credit, you first need to do the ...
Trapped In Luxury
Luxury can be a trap. It can be so comfortable to live in—that it can be so very hard to leave... Hard to stretch yourself beyond the sumptuous and secure life you've come to know. Most of the world isn't as comfortable as you are, and living with this truth can make it hard to leave your protective and pleasant container. Luxury is a trap—if you let it be. For when you have the ability to live self-indulgently, you also have the ability to not challenge yourself with the realities ...
Love and Esteem
What if these two things were created equal? What if wealth, beauty and status mattered as much as compassion, respect, care and value? How would that change things? What if my self-esteem (my view of wealth, beauty and status) was equal to my self-love (my view of compassion, respect, care and value)? What if I focused on respecting my feelings (compassion), setting my boundaries (respect), ensuring my wellness (care) and cultivating my gifts (value)? Would I find that my power (beauty, wealth and status) had grown as a result?
Is Pay What It’s Worth Pricing For Me?
Explore PWIW and your intentions around creating wealthI've created a new tool that I am excited to share with you. Welcome to the world, Is Pay What It's Worth Pricing For Me?: an exploratory checklist! I felt motivated to create this checklist to support you in answering the question, is Pay What It's Worth (PWIW) pricing right for me and my business? I understand that it's a scary concept — to allow your customers to determine how they value your work. It feels like a really BIG risk.
I used to be afraid of people stealing my ideas. I saw my ideas, the thoughts in my head, as something physical that someone could take from me. I was terrified to share them. I was certain that if they weren't stolen, then they would surely be scorned. Clearly, it seemed, my ideas were not safe in the external world.