A friend of mine posted a question on Facebook yesterday: “What would you tell your fifth grade self?” Whoa. That brought up some tears! Fifth grade was pretty hard for me. That was the year my parents finally broke up, after having spent the previous few years steadily unravelling into alcoholic chaos. That was the […]Read More
This is a longer post, but I it’s really worth reading to the end.
One of the things that I’ve been pondering lately is the difference between unconscious beliefs, and the deeper wounds that often lie underneath them.
(Later on in this blog I’ll share 3 powerful techniques for unconscious wound healing).
But first, what’s the difference between a belief and a wound?Read More
I just had an amazing conversation with my friend Ruby Yeh, who is working on a project called “The Heart of All Women” Movement (check it out here: https://heartofallwomen.mn.co/). We were jamming about how we feel so many women, from a young age (and I include myself in this), were taught to believe that you […]Read More
One of the criticisms people put forward for seeing abundance as a mindset, on an individual level, is that not everyone has the same opportunities in life. Some people say, “Hey, it’s easy for you. You had more opportunities growing up.”
And that may be true. As Dr Sherry Buffington, who was featured in The Abundance Code film, says: “Collective abundance precedes individual abundance”.Read More
You’re familiar with the idea of subconscious sabotage, right? When you do things that are not necessarily in your best interests, or not in alignment with your true desires, but you do them anyway. As if you can’t help yourself…
Like, I want to be healthy. But I don’t always make healthy choices. I’ve been known to have a burger or an ice cream (or several, over a series of days) when I know that those choices are not good for me.Read More
One of the comments from The Abundance Code film that comes back to me a lot was from Victoria Labalme. She said (and I’m paraphrasing here) that when you’re having trouble making a decision, there’s often a lot of noise in your head around it. But when you finally make that right decision, suddenly it […]Read More
(pic courtesy www.livingnow.com.au) I have a pet peeve, and here it is: I feel bad for people when they say things like “it just doesn’t feel right” or “I’m being guided to walk away” or “if it was meant to be, then it wouldn’t be this hard” or “it just isn’t flowing”… and then they […]Read More
A lot of people ask me: “What should I do to grow my wealth?” and “What should I invest in?”
I mean, for over 15 years one of my main businesses has been all about teaching people how to grow their wealth through trading and investing in the financial markets.
However, let me say this: financial market investing is NOT the best investment you can make. Nor is real estate, bonds or investing in a business.
The best investment you can make is the investment in yourself.Read More