Monthly Archives: September 2014

Your inner child is pissed off!

Many people look back at things that happened to them as a child and interpret these instances from an adult perspective. As an adult, these experiences seem logical, reasonable, parents were doing the best they could, and times were tough. … Continue reading

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When it comes to money, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree

Previously we discussed how we are conditioned or programmed around money in three primary ways: Verbal Programming Modeling Specific Incidents Let’s take a look at the second one. Modeling is what you witnessed or observed about money. Similar to the … Continue reading

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If children learn what they live…

When I was about 5 years old, one of the most exciting times during the summer was when Skippy the ice cream man’s bells could be heard in the neighborhood. No matter where you were with your friends, everyone would … Continue reading

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What were you taught about money?

Scientists show that most of our decisions, actions, emotions and behavior depend on the 95% of brain activity that is beyond our conscious awareness, which means that 95 – 99% of our life comes from the programming in our subconscious … Continue reading

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You’re worth it! Why are you not charging for it?

While it might be easy to assume that undercharging is just the result of lack of confidence (and that’s part of it), it’s not a comprehensive – or easy to fix – answer. Since the first steps to changing anything … Continue reading

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