Real Results – Are You Ready?

I am hearing from a number of my clients that things are really shifting for them. Have you seen this too? People are ready to finally let go of their money garbage, once and for all! Things have been shifting for me too. I am thrilled to be adding really powerful tools to my toolkit. The results clients are seeing are massive and permanent … true changes to HOW they do money, how they FEEL about money and their possibilities for success. Are you...

Are you a Magician?

It is important get a hold of the purpose of the Entrepreneurial Power Personas. While you could see that “I am this but not that” or “that one is good and another is bad”, instead, listen for what you don’t know that you don’t know. Your Entrepreneurial Power Persona reveals your go-to approach to business, relationships, money and life. You have seen and heard some things you haven’t thought about before in these posts. Your purpose is to begin to identify some very powerful things inside yourself as an entrepreneur that are both serving your business and hindering it at the same time. To get access to ALL of the Personas right away, click here. Entrepreneurial Power Persona #4 The Magician As The Magician, you are confident in your ability to create the life and business that you want. You are probably spiritual and feel energetically connected. You live more in the possibilities for the future than in the present. It’s likely that you focus as much on personal development as you do on your business and the numbers follow. As a Magician, you use your sense of purpose to guide business. You fear being inauthentic and you focus on being true to yourself and your purpose. Benefits of the Magician You thrive, Magician, in your unshakable belief in the possibilities for you and your business and your trust that it will all come to pass. Personal development gives you focus and you bring the learning into your business. When things are going well and you feel like you are in alignment, you can manifests money and opportunities easily. You...

The Entrepreneurial Power Personas – Week 4

In week four of the Entrepreneurial Power Personas, it is critical to understand that your purpose in reading these posts is not to say “I am this but not that” or “that one is good and another is bad”. It is actually to look for what you don’t know that you don’t know. Your Entrepreneurial Power Persona reveals your go-to approach to business, relationships, money and life. I know that I have introduced some things you haven’t thought about before. Your purpose is to begin to identify some very powerful things inside yourself as an entrepreneur that are both serving your business and hindering it at the same time.  To get access to ALL of the Personas right away, click here. Entrepreneurial Power Persona #4 The Magician As The Magician, you are confident in your ability to create the life and business that you want. You are probably spiritual and feel energetically connected. You live more in the possibilities for the future than in the present. It’s likely that you focus as much on personal development as you do on your business and the numbers follow. As a Magician, you use your sense of purpose to guide business. You fear being inauthentic and you focus on being true to yourself and your purpose. Benefits of the Magician You thrive, Magician, in your unshakable belief in the possibilities for you and your business and your trust that it will all come to pass. Personal development gives you focus and you bring the learning into your business. When things are going well and you feel like you are in alignment, you can...

Living on Purpose with Your Money

I met some great people at a Katia Millar’s Positive Fabulous Women Networking event this week. The speaker, Heather Clarke, talked about Living on Purpose. It got me thinking about how many people are NOT living on purpose with their money. How closely are you matching your money to your goals? To your values? What one action could you take to live more towards your...

The Entrepreneurial Power Personas – Week 2

Your Entrepreneurial Power Persona reveals your go-to approach to business, relationships, money and life. Understanding your strongest Personas will help you recognize your unconscious attitudes and patterns. These Patterns and Attitudes are driving the behaviour that helps you be successful and the behaviour that causes you trouble. Your Entrepreneurial Power Persona reveals how you live and interact in the world as an entrepreneur. It speaks to unconscious attitudes, beliefs and behaviours that guide the choices you make each and every day.  To get access to ALL of the Personas right away, click here. Entrepreneurial Power Persona #2 The Guardian As a Guardian, you are a cautious and conservative business owner. You likely started your business while maintaining a day job or you had sizable savings to support you. You have high expectations of yourself but you worry that you won’t be able to live up to them. Your risk tolerance is low. You seek security and tend to be a saver. You don’t like to make mistakes and will tend to observe until you are comfortable rather than jump in.  Benefits of The Guardian When things are going well, Guardian, you are alert, careful, prudent and on the ball with your business and your finances. You probably like to plan things out and are good at following your plan. You generally live within your means or borrow cautiously. You put a lot of thought into financial decisions and tend to lean heavily on the advice of people you believe are experts. Although you do tend to worry.  As long as you can see progress and have a security net,...

The Myth of More

You want to grow your business. You make plans, decisions and take actions towards that goal. When you make decisions in your business, or in your life for that matter, there is a general direction towards more. More revenue, more infrastructure, more systems, more support. It is easy to get caught in that thinking to the point where any other option becomes unacceptable. Part of it is that we live in a culture that is permeated with the Myth of More. The Myth of More says that in order to be successful, happy and fulfilled we must have more. A client of mine, Kelly, was making decisions about leasing a new office space. She and her partner had been in the same space for 5 years. The lease was up and they had always assumed that they would move to a bigger space when the time came. They started looking at spaces they could afford. As they went through space after space, Kelly started to realize that they maybe didn’t need as much space, maybe not even as much as they currently had. The idea of going smaller felt really wrong – like she was “playing small” or like they couldn’t afford what they wanted. She was living in the Myth of More. Kelly realized that she was making decisions based on what they could afford, and what felt “successful” instead of making strategic business decisions. They stopped and reassessed their needs. Michelle, a colleague, shared a similar decision she made in her business. She had hired an assistant to help her set up systems in her business. Recently,...