Money (Mind) Matters – “Break Up” with Money for Good!

The holidays are a stressful time for many while they budget extra expenses into their lives for gifts, travel and the like. But maybe there’s more going on with your money relationships than the annual visit from Santa Clause. Maybe this holiday season, gift yourself the power to address your financial future.

What’s your relationship like with money? We all have one.

Whether or not you have all the money in the world, our relationship with money affects how we think and do things on a daily basis.

What we say to ourselves in the privacy of our own minds matters… it matters every second of every day because we are rehearsing the ultimate dress rehearsal. This drives our behavior, which drives our future.

Especially around money.

No matter how much you have, if you were born with or not, if you check your bank account regularly before every purchase or someone else pays your bills, you can change your relationship with money.

Maybe it’s time to “break up” with money.

Listen to my recording below and learn how to “Break Up” with money once and for all.

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Money (Mind) Matters by Juli Rathke


Other food for thought…

Here are some of the top reasons why some people never succeed financially. How do you measure up?

1. They don’t understand the value of time.

“Any successful entrepreneur knows that time is more valuable than money itself.” Richard Branson

2. They don’t do things that are in alignment with their goals.

“It’s not hard to make decisions when you know what your values are.” Roy Disney

3. They have self-imposed limitations.  (what I call the dna issue – always showing up in your genes)

“You are what you believe you are.” Oprah Winfrey

4. They are procrastinators or don’t take action.

“Talking a great game and dreaming big take courage to act upon.” Juli Rathke (me)

5. They can’t face adversity.

“Overcoming challenges brings us closer to our goals and can turn you into someone you never imagined existed.” Me again

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