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...

27% have less than 1 month – Do You?

This may surprise you – almost half of Canadians have less than 1 month of expenses saved in case of emergency. In BMO’s newly released Rainy Day Survey, It is clear that savings is still a major challenge. One-third of Canadians are living pay-cheque to pay-cheque. I know from my clients that many of you are earning well over $100,000/year and are still struggling. You are juggling expenses, debt, and lifestyle choices. You don’t have a money life plan and are trying to manage complex finances in your head. The percentage of people with enough savings to cover a change in financial situation, job loss, illness, injury or major home or car repairs is up 8%, to 27% of Canadians, according to the annual Rainy Day Report. However, this survey also shows us that with two-thirds of Canadians using savings through an emergency, and almost half of Canadians with less than three months emergency savings, many Canadian families face potential financial crisis. Ready to create a better Money Life? 1. Get clear on what your life costs and what you earn 2. Decide what you really want your life to look like 3. Match your money to your goals. Need help? Let’s talk....

I Am Being Misunderstood

  I hate when I screw up. The last few weeks have been exciting, upsetting, challenging and interesting. I stepped out with a big message – a new way of talking about money. How we spend money How we make decisions about money A new blueprint for money – one that is by you, for you I have had a lot of really positive feedback and I really appreciate those who have seen the most recent webinar. I have also had some negative feedback, and to be honest even the positive feedback has been different than I was expecting. The emails I sent got a lot of attention – unfortunately, some of the attention was not on the topic I was trying to bring up. The money message I have is about personal responsibility, so it only makes sense that I take responsibility for my part in this misunderstanding. I screwed up. I sent a couple of emails with language that seemed like I was launching an attack on the coaching industry. That was really not my intention, and on reflection, I understand why some interpreted it that way. For that I accept full responsibility. So, let me clarify. Here is what you really need to know. I am a part of the coaching industry and have benefited from the coaching I have purchased. I have many wonderful colleagues in this industry and I recognize the value coaches bring to the clients we work with. I, like you, have made money mistakes. Some of my best examples have come out of decisions I have made in the last few...