You found your perfect soul mate, you planned the for the big day, you said "I Do" in front of all your friends and family members and have settled down for "Happily Ever After."
Goals and your future success are fun to think about, but seldom do we think about death, divorce, job loss, sickness, or accidents that you never saw coming.
Q: When do you think about money most often?
A: "When you are experiencing a lack of money!"
Even the best of relationships can be put to the test when something happens to the major stream of income in your life. If your major stream of income depends on another person, when will you give yourself permission to create financial independence in your life so that you are able to support yourself, should the need arise.
Every woman has a tremendous Inner Strength as well as a talent that is unique to her. When you understand that the unique gift that is "you" gives you a tremendous opportunity to create a life of abundance and financial security, you will begin to look for ways to share your gifts and talents.
When you understand what you are passionate about, and you find a way to earn a living with that passion, you will never work another day in your life. Too many women remain in a less than satisfactory relationship or career because they don't believe they can find a way to support themselves in a different way.
If your self talk is telling you that you don't have the right education, the right skills or the knowledge to financially support yourself, then it is time for you to change your self talk. Our self talk comes from the same stories we have told ourselves over and over throughout our lives. Pay attention to the words you use on a daily basis. If you find yourself using dis-empowering words such as, "I can't, I don't know how, I'm not good enough, I'll never figure this out (the list can be endless) then it is time to change your vocabulary.
Your vocabulary (the words you choose) creates the story that becomes your life because you continue to tell yourself that your life can not be changed. Change your words, change your vocabulary, and it will change your life.
Nancy Mueller Global
Oprah Winfrey said, “I had no idea that being my authentic self could make me as rich as I’ve become. If I had, I’d have done it a lot earlier.”
When I thought about her statement, I realized that for many years, even Oprah must have had limiting beliefs that held her back. There must have been certain habits or limiting beliefs that held her back from success during her early years as a broadcaster. At the age of 19, she became the youngest person and the first African-American woman to anchor the news in Nashville!
When you think about Oprah’s success in life, do you think that she had some kind of advantage in life that less successful people didn't? Have you ever thought about what it would be like to be Oprah?
Just think, you could:
Every person has a story, some stories enrich our lives and some stories are full of limiting beliefs that hold us back from reaching our true potential.
When we tell ourselves that we can do, be or have anything we want, that is a story that moves us toward success in our life.
When we tell ourselves that we will never make enough money, we will never be healthy, we don’t fit in, we will never be good enough, or we will never find the right partner; these stories and others like it, hold us back from our true potential.
When you see someone who you think is successful, what is your first thought? Is it:
The truth is, we all have the power to succeed in life!
More often than not, the only thing holding us back are the stories we tell ourselves about why we CAN’T do something instead of concentrating on why we CAN do something
Why I Decided To Come Out - My Story
Growing up, my 2 constant companions were FEAR & ANXIETY! My fear came from constant anger and abuse from my parents and the anxiety came from trying so hard to be good so their anger and abuse would be directed to someone else instead of me!
I was never very successful at keeping them from being angry and abusive towards me, but I got very good at blaming myself for “not being good.”
My mother would often look me straight in the face and say,
At one point I finally got it, I accepted that I was nothin, that I was worthless and that I would never amount to anything. It was really hard for me to understand why I had been born. I used to cry and ask God why I was still alive if I was so worthless. And then I would cry more because he never answered me!
Soon, feeling worthless became my belief and
Over the years, this truth became my story of who I thought I was and what I could OR COULD NOT could accomplish in my life.
When a child is told something often enough, he or she soon believes it to be truth.
My truths included:
When I was in my twenties, there was an event in my life that was a total "game changer" for me. This event helped me to look at who I thought I was in a different way. The story that I had been telling myself my whole life began to change. Today, I show other people how to change their story. How to eliminate the limiting beliefs that are holding them back from the the success they want in their life.
Not everyone is ready to change their story but if you are one of the many people who has decided its time to change your story, CLICK HERE to listen to why I decided to Come Out and how I changed my story. Then, if you are ready to take the next step to changing your story, connect with me HERE and together, we will make it happen!
Yours In Health,
Changing Your Story Makes A Difference!
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