and your day is going, howWhat are your “Money Beliefs?”

When working together in a marriage or partnership, having the same or similar money mindset is so important for increasing impact and making changes.
If you have two different directions of where you see your businesses finances going, it’s important to have a conversa-tion and decide whether working together is something you want to do as you would make more of a difference with a like minded money mindset.  In my marriage, if it weren’t for Caryl, I would probably invest every dollar we made and would have over 50 coaches.  Caryl helps me see things a differently and is super supportive.  She completes me!

In this video, Ray & Jessica Higdon talk about challenging your money mindset and your beliefs sur-rounding finances in order to increase your business growth and make a bigger difference.

We strongly suggest you get… The Cold Market Recruiting Blueprint… you’ll be very glad you did.  😉

January 14, 2019

WOW — what a great weekend … past!  Day #8

  • Fired up my new website
  • Moved a couple of LED lights around
  • Set up my Green Screen backdrop for doing training video
  • Started reading my third book this month
  • Checked the LOTTO Ticket!  [Didn’t win yet, however!]
  • FINALLY got the boxes in the storage area — LABELLED
  • I took the time to learn, really learn photo-editing, particularly about ‘layers’
  • And, how to clear unwanted objects from photo backgrounds.  BONUS!!  [This last ‘clearing of unwanted objects’ can be used throughout life!]

Mighty WomanCaryl had an equally productive weekend!  In part — going for a walk outside in the sunshine!  Pre-preparing lunches for work, freezing meals instead of rushing around on grocery-night, and reading the thickest book I’ve ever seen someone hold sitting in a recliner!  [If she falls asleep — while reading — this book will crush her.]  🙂

January 14, 2018

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January 14, 2017

When I’m going through large spurts of growth and discomfort, I journal.  Most of it incoherent non-sense, but the act of writing allows me to work through my emotions and understand my own fears.  Journaling often takes my anxiety from an 8 out of 10, down to a 3 or 4.

I believe I’ve narrowed down why I feel so “shitty” Thursday night before I go to bed, and why I wake the next morning with “flu like symptoms” … sore joints and achy muscles accompanied with a pounding headache.

I’m very please I can say I’m not allergic to any food … I DO BELIEVE I have been poisoned.  The poison, I BELIEVE, is monosodium glutamate [MSG].  Unfortunately it takes several days to work through my body … even weeks!

REW

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