does money make you sweaty?
First things first: The podcast is coming soon to Youtube! Keep your eyes peeled, it’ll be coming soon! (I won’t lie, this is kinda scary. Being on camera is TOTALLY different from just talking into a mic.)
So, the title of this episode probably caught your attention. Yup, this episode is all about the anxiety around making money.
Yeah, you know what I’m talking about.
If you’re anything like me, you were taught not to talk about money, especially if you make a lot of it. You don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings or worse, make them think you’re ripping them off.
If we are making money or charging premium prices, we might feel embarrassed or ashamed and wonder “What will clients or other stylists think of me for charging that?”
So be honest: Does money talk make you uncomfortable?
If you answered “yes,” (and if you’re getting a lil’ sweaty right about now), this episode is for you.
Here’s what we’ll cover:
Money doesn’t have to be a struggle.
How to get into your own limiting money beliefs, because you become what you think. So if you have an “I’m poor” mindset, guess what? Yeah. You’ll become exactly what you think.
The truth about why people freak out and get resentful when you succeed.
My favorite book for making over your money mindset. (Seriously, go read it right now.)
Why earning more money is one of the best things you can do for yourself and the world.
Unpacking the big mental block about “deserving” money.
Why comparing our success and finances to others is the worst thing you can do for your money mindset.
Making money and being comfortable with money is ALL about your mindset.
Trust me, you won’t create true, sustainable success that actually feels good until you get a handle on this.
But that’s exactly what this podcast is meant to do!
I know it’s kinda scary, but don’t be afraid to dig in here. Consciously creating a healthy money mindset is one of the best things you can ever do for your life, your business, and your mental health!
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