Your Money Story is The Problem

Your Money Story is The Problem

How we think and feel about our money is directly connected to experiences we’ve had or beliefs that have been passed down to us from our family, community, and/or culture. This combination of things creates our money story – the perception of money that we live by....
What do you really want?

What do you really want?

I was talking to someone this last week who said she finally felt good about the money she was making but was still struggling to feel good about the experiences she wanted to have. For example, she wants to fly first class when she travels, but she feels unworthy of...
What’s really stopping you from having what you want?

What’s really stopping you from having what you want?

A couple of weeks ago Debbie started planning an international retreat to host for her clients. She planned this with joy and excitement because it felt like the right next step to take in her business and she loves to travel. Then, the other day, while we were...
Money Is Not Always What It Seems

Money Is Not Always What It Seems

When I was in high school, I was a shy and awkward kid. I kept to myself mostly and wasn’t very outgoing. I was on the hockey team and earned a letterman’s jacket which I was proud of and wore regularly. The combination of my quiet personality and my athletic status...
Friendship Isn’t Always About Compromise

Friendship Isn’t Always About Compromise

In the last couple of weeks, Activision Blizzard (a gaming company) has come under fire in California for their mistreatment of women in the company. I’ve watched with curiosity as some people who have been followers of the company or employees have cut their ties...
Have you been saying you’re fine when really you’re not?

Have you been saying you’re fine when really you’re not?

I run into a lot of people who say things like, “I have enough.” “I have what I need.” “I live a nice life.” “I’m fine where I am.” The words ‘nice’ and ‘fine’ have always set my teeth on edge. They are words we often say out of complacency; we’ve accepted where we...