I’m on a mission to educate, empower and inspire women to develop a healthy honest relationship to their money.
We have to see this relationship as a reflection of our relationship with ourselves. The trick to prosperity is to not die waiting for it to come. We need to want and feel good about not only about making money but that we are worth it.
We can raise the bar through setting goals, identifying our values, priorities, skills and talents. Most of us have been taught to depend on someone else and we have not had the financial education – but it’s not rocket science – it does take some time and it does take some effort – and most of all a commitment to ourselves to change.
If your relationship with money is not working out right now, that’s okay, there’s always time, it’s never too late. Money gives us choices. The key is to realize and actualize what our purpose is and declare our intention – then be open to the possibilities. How does one become a butterfly? We must want to fly so much that we are willing to give up being a caterpillar. Perhaps the butterfly is proof that we can go through a great deal of darkness yet become something beautiful.