One thing that I have long learnt about the phrase “I can’t afford this or that”, is that, most of the time, we are subconsciously saying “I don’t want to pay for this or that” because we spend money all the time, it’s really about our priorities, if something is your priority, you will find a way of affording it, if it is not, you will find excuses of why you “can’t” afford it.
In the #MoneyMagic course we start of by writing down our 5 year vision and then spend a huge a portion of the course breaking the vision down into goals and action steps.
It’s no use having a vision without an action plan or strategy on how to make that vision a reality.
Yes we can ask the universe for help but we’re in a co-creative partnership with the universe and we need to do our part and take action.
For example, if your vision is to lose 15 kgs, you can affirm and visualize your new weight but you have to meet the universe halfway and take action by changing your lifestyle.
In today's episode of #WinningWednesday I interview Jessica Phillips about her journey to becoming a digital nomad.
She shares why she left a career as a medical doctor to go travelling and the emotional challenges of making that transition.
She also shares useful information on launching a business so you can make money and start travelling.
Understand that the relationship we have with money and the way we're currently experiencing money can be unwittingly passed onto our kids.
This is why it's not uncommon for a family to have a similar spirit of money or a similar money archetype.
You can find the current generation responding the same way to money as the previous generation did.
It can feel like no matter what we do, we find ourselves in the same situation as our parents.
Maybe your mom would spend all her money at month end, and you feel like you can't stop yourself from spending all your money on month end - no matter what you have to use that money....