Archive for the Wealth Tips Category

The 4 Dimensions of Wealth Creation – Dimension #4

Dimension #4: Allow Gratitude Celebration Receiving Releasing attachment to how the results look It’s so easy to forget this piece! It requires stopping, taking a breath, letting go, being open to receive. Celebrate every single step you’ve taken on the path to your desire, every negative thought

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The 4 Dimensions of Wealth Creation – Dimension #3

Dimension #3: Act Daring Acting not without fear, but through it Implementation This is where the inner rubber meets the outer road… after all, you’re a vehicle for divine purpose and desire. And as you take action, new avenues will appear that you hadn’t even imagined. People,

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The 4 Dimensions of Wealth Creation – Dimension #2

Dimension #2: Align Clearing/reprogramming Powerful mindset Powerful beliefs Full congruency Ever noticed that the moment you set a powerful intention, obstacles have a way of appearing? They might be clearly internal (self-doubt, lack of confidence, limiting beliefs, fear, overwhelm), or external (although many spiritual teachings say that

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The 4 Dimensions of Wealth Creation – Dimension #1

Dimension #1: Aspire Desire Vision Intention As spiritual entrepreneurs and professionals, we may harbor conscious or unconscious judgment regarding our desires, especially those surrounding material wealth. Well, it’s time to let that one go! Your desires come from the source – especially the ones that keep popping

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Juicy Vision

Devote time every morning to connect with your juicy vision and goals, and recommit to them. It’s a moment to tap into your intention, express gratitude, and receive intuitive guidance about what practical actions you can take that day to fulfill your goals.

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Hidden Riches

Look for hidden riches: Is there an inspired idea you’ve ignored that has the potential to make money? Do you have what Loral Langemeier calls a “lazy asset” – something that could be leveraged to generate more income? Is there follow-up you’ve avoided doing that could put

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