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An easy way to shift your negative money consciousness
Episode 9 • 8th May 2020 • Beyond the Hustle | The Happy, Wealthy and Free Entrepreneur • Lydia Sophia Wilmsen
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An easy way to shift 🙏🏻your negative money consciousness 💃

Many spiritual entrepreneurs struggle 🤷🏼‍♀️with feeling good about money and the materialistic side of life. They feel bad 🥺about taking money for their work, as being spiritual means for them doing things for free and out of a good heart. We are again at the topic of people-pleasing 😩, what will others think of me if I take xyz for my new offer?

😌In this Podcast episode the topic is money and your money consciousness. I have a fundamental mindset shift, as well as some journaling prompts for you. Because, let's be honest. The most businesses go out of business in the first 5 years. Either because of not bringing in enough money or because of mismanagement afterwards. In order to set you up for massive financial business success you will have to shift your beliefs, your fears, your thoughts about money and making money. 

So, listen in and then journal out the following prompts:

🌱. What relationships in your life are benefitting from you not getting what you want in business?

🌱🌱. Who stands to win from you not fully thriving with the amounts of money you want to make AND keep in your business?

🌱🌱🌱. If you were fully powerful, thriving, fully wealthy, adored, loved and fully self-worthy, who would be bothered by that?

🌱🌱🌱🌱. What do you stand to loose if you become thrivingly successful?

🥰And here is the book I recommend in the episode.

John Gray: How to Get What You Want and Want What You Have

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Enjoy and much love!




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The work that I do is alternative or complementary to standard health care. I am not a licensed medical doctor, psychiatrist or psychologist, so none of my offerings and advice should be construed as a substitute for the advice of a licensed person in these practices.