Week 1 Janie helps you become more aware of these four big money mistakes that prevent you from attracting & allowing abundance into your life. This presentation will cover:
- Limiting Beliefs
- Limiting Self-talk
- Being Stingy
- If you’re constantly worried, if you’re constantly thinking about finances, if you’re always on the defensive and losing sleep over whether you’ll “have enough,” or whether you’ll “lose it all,” you need to sit down and redefine your relationship with money.
Week 2 When you can identify your fears, you’ll be on your way to redefining your relationship with money, because simple self-awareness is half the battle. When you know who you are, you can acknowledge your fears and take action to overcome them. You can identify your weaknesses and then set goals based on your strengths. Mastering your money means facing your fears, overcoming them, and then taking concrete steps to redefine how you look at and relate with money.
Week 3 Our thoughts, (negative or positive) become automatic over time and create our reality. It is important to become aware of the messages we give ourselves that either attract or detract what we want more of in our lives.
There is a lot of fear surrounding our finances: fear of dependency, fear of success, fear of failure, fear of loss, and fear of the unknown. It reflects the emotions we’ve attached to our money, good or bad, and we then equate having enough with being respected, happy or loved.
Week 4 Money is life energy and a mirror of how you respect yourself and relate to other areas of your life. The deeper you explore your relationship with money, the clearer you will become about how you use your other life energies. Money is not simply money. Money represents power, love, joy, and much more. If it was just money, our “money problems” would be easily solved. We could just stop spending more than we make and live happily ever after! Are you one of the many people who sabotage your ability to create more financial prosperity in your life?
Week 5 Our thoughts, (negative or positive) become automatic over time and create our reality. It is important to become aware of the messages we give ourselves that either attract or detract what we want more of in our lives.
Week 6 What money means to each one of us individually is always just under the surface. It shapes our daily spending, our tolerance for risk, or even if we can stand to think about money matters at all.
What these phrases reveal is that managing our personal finances is a rational and logical process on the outside. It’s about budgeting and saving, incomes and cash flows, insuring against ruin and investing for the future. But on the inside, it’s completely emotional. Our decisions are influenced by the attitudes about money we learned growing up and our experiences since then have made us either more cautious or more confident.