October 16, 2014 Abundance, Accounting, Belief, Commitment, Journey, Money

Belief

Belief

I know you have heard the saying, “If you knew you couldn’t fail, what would you do?”

This journey called “entrepreneurialism” is one not all of us are called to.  It is a journey of great personal development.

If you are following my blogs and newsletters, I know you are on this journey with me.

This past week I spent three days with some of my CEO Club members.  We talked about money, about plans. hopes and dreams.  We talked about and created systems for success.

What I realized is that for each of us there is a much bigger picture than our day to day experience.  It is why we are willing to take on this thing called money.  It is why we are willing to grow into who we are as a person, the person deep in our hearts. 

Having clarity around this bigger picture, sometimes referred to as “your why,” I believe is a process.  As we grow our capacity to hold a bigger vision grows.  The original vision was always there, it’s the details that become clearer.

Each of the women who were with me for these three days was at a different point with money. As we walked through the step by step exercises I had for them, their clarity increased and more importantly their confidence, as they began to fully embrace the significance of why they do what they do; as they more clearly felt the difference their work made for their clients.

I know you have heard me say before that money is a tool.  It is also an amazing teacher.  Be willing and be open to learn how to use this tool.  It is truly the catalyst to your dreams having a much bigger reach, to you living the life you desire, whatever that looks like for you.

So what would you do if you knew, I mean really knew deep in your soul, that you could not fail?

Leave me a comment and let me know.  I love to hear what people are up to.

In Abundance

Sue

Appointment with Sue 

www.abundanceaccounting.com
www.themasteryofmoney.com

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