KC: Even though I didn’t value myself enough to think outside of the box and I settled for a poor-paying job I acknowledge my limiting belief and want to start letting it go.
KC: Even though I still don’t think outside of the box I acknowledge this and want to start letting it go.
KC: Even though I established the pattern of under-earning and equating jobs with struggle I acknowledge this and want to start letting it go.
EB: I didn’t think I was worth more
SE: I didn’t’ know what else I could do to earn money
UE: To this day I accept put-downs from bosses
UN: To this day I don’t feel worthy and deserving of money and respect from an employer
CH: I bought the belief that if you are a student you have to struggle
CB: I got in the habit of struggling financially
UA: Working way to hard and letting others take the credit
TH: Never having enough money
EB: Seeing employers as exploiters of my perfectionists ways
SE: Out of balance around working
UE: Never feeling I was entitled to an honest day’s work for an honest day’s pay
UN: Working OT and not getting paid
CH: being resentful
CB: I want to start letting that go
UA: Forgiving myself for not having a voice
TH: Forgiving myself for not knowing how to take better care of myself
EB: Forgiving myself for all the years of under-earning and not thinking outside of the box
SE: Being open to a new way of approaching work and money
UE: Planting the seeds of worthy and deserving of money and a decent job
UN: Letting go of the resentments over the past
CH: Being open to a new way
CB: Embracing a new way of thinking around money
UA: Letting go of the idea of struggling
TH: Struggling is no longer required to survive
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: Struggle is not required. Letting go of the past to make room for a new attitude.
As you go through the day and you find yourself beating up on yourself tap on the CB and say “struggle is not required and I’m open to easy and abundant.” And have a Great St. Patrick's Day!