I don’t know about you but that sometimes throws me into that wishy-washy state and I fail to take action. For me it boils down to fear.
KC: Even though I want things to work out what if people don’t like the new me---I have to honor that fear and love myself anyway.
KC: Even though I can’t control how others will react to me I have to acknowledge that I have judgments around people with money. I humbly accept that about myself and love myself because of it.
KC: Even though I don’t like to admit I don’t relate to people with money and judge them I honor that this is a great opportunity for me to tap this away over time.
EB: People won’t like me
SE: They’ll want my money
UE: They’ll use me
UN: I’ll only have superficial people to hang out with
CH: I’ll be lonely
CB: What will I have in common with my old friends
UA: I won’t relate to their troubles
TH: They will abandon me
EB: too many fears
SE: maybe I just won’t try to succeed
UE: it’s safe that way
UN: I’ll fit in with the struggling story
CH: people expect me to be a looser
CB: I’ll just keep struggling
TH: What if you inspired your friends
EB: What if you had enough money to sponsor people
SE: What if you had enough money to hire people
UE: What if you had enough money to treat your friends to a good meal at your home
UN: What if you made the difference in someone’s life and they found happiness
CH: It’s selfish not to succeed
CB: It’s worse then being a stingy-rich person
UA: You’ll be the same loving person but with boundaries
TH: You need to work on boundaries anyway
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: Don’t confuse the issues. Money in the hands of an honorable person with authentic boundaries is inspiring! It’s okay to be successful.