For many people, the mere thought of sitting down, logging into their accounts, and looking at the real-life numbers of what they earn, spend, save, and owe is mildly (or extremely) terrifying.
If you find yourself in that camp, know that you’re not alone.
Why is looking at our money so doggone hard? What can we do about it? And what’s really waiting for us, on the other side?
Sit back, relax, and listen in as I share my thoughts on this rampant phenomenon.
- 5 of the most common reasons why we don’t want to look at our numbers
- The comforting thing that’s always waiting for you on the other side, when you muster the courage to look
- 6 steps for working through your resistance to looking (without giving into it or strong-arming yourself)
- What I mean by a “Money Practice” and simple guidelines to get started.
You CAN muster the courage to look at your numbers. And you don’t have to do it alone.
When I started getting conscious with my money, I truly needed a good friend, a box of tissues, and dark chocolate, every single time.
The truth is, most of us need some hand-holding before, during, and after engaging with our money.
We need some therapeutic support. Some basic education on just how to do it. And some reassurance from mentors and a whole community that, YES, you really can get smart with your money. You can do it consciously and gently. You can bring all of your values to it. And you can feel safe and held, every step of the way.
This is what we’re up to in my year-long money school, The Art of Money. We get underway in January … but you can save your spot now, for a limited time.
When you do, you’ll get a whole bundle of earlybird prezzies, so you can start taking empowering baby steps with your money relationship right now.
Click here to find out if 2018 is YOUR year to join The Art of Money, peek at those numbers … and experience all the goodness waiting for you on the other side.
P.S. What’s a Money Mocha? It’s a mini-jolt of financial clarity. A drop of money wisdom. A morsel of peace and joy you can access in just a moment … and savor as long as you like.
And it’s a sneak peek of the kinds of teachings you’ll find in my year-long money school: The Art of Money, now open for registration (for a very short time).
The Art of Money 2018 officially kicks off in January. But if you sign up now during our earlybird shindig, you’ll get a boatload of e-prezzies from me, so you can start shifting your money relationship, right now.