A Year In Review: 4 Journal Prompts to Help You Use What You Learned in 2018 to Make 2019 Your Best Yet
I think it is so valuable to take some time contemplating the year that has just past and seeing what can be learned and what that means for the year ahead. Not to learn from what you’ve experienced in the past year would be a waste! I decided to share with you the review I am doing in my own business, in case it is the inspiration or motivation you need to do the same.
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Money. Money. Money. Would you like to be making more money from your business? The answer, is in all likelihood: yes and no. Surprised by that? I’ll explain in a minute. But first, let me ask you something. What does money mean to you? Well, if we push aside any limiting beliefs about money for […]
One mental shift that can get you unstuck and on your way to success Just ONE mental shift Cori? You may well ask. Well, if you’ve been round these parts for long enough, you’ll know that I happen to believe – well really, I know – that success hinges almost entirely on your mindset. So […]
Hey lady! Before we start, I don’t want personal growth to be another stick to beat yourself with. I don’t want to make you feel like it is something you “should” be doing but maybe aren’t, therefore you’re failing. Nope. What I do want to do, is talk about why spending time on personal growth […]
One extraordinary thing you can do to help your business, to improve your chances of success…
Is to work on loving yourself.
You might not have thought of the two as going hand in hand, being in direct correlation.
But they are.
The first book I ever read (ok, listened to, I’m all about audiobooks now I’m a mother) about money mindset poked me.
It made me properly uncomfortable.
I didn’t even finish it the first time.
And I definitely didn’t do the suggested homework.
But something kept me coming back to that book.
Something had been sparked inside me, a teeny tiny flicker of a flame. A small flame of belief that maybe I could change my financial reality. Maybe I didn’t always have to feel like there was never enough.
It took me quite some time to realise that my resistance to the concepts in the book, the reason I would feel a bit… well, ick… after listening to a chapter was because I was being forced to confront something.
I was being forced to confront the fact that I had been letting fear get in the way of my success in life.
I was being forced to confront the fact that I held limiting beliefs about money.
Do you suspect you might be standing in the way of your own success?
The fact you saw this title and were drawn to read even this far suggests you might be suspecting that.
But don’t worry, we’ve all been there. I know the signs to look for because I’ve seen them all in myself at one point or another.