Podcast #555



The way you think about money affects how much of it you have in your life. Confidence creates ease, and you can create more ease and positive flow in your financial life by increasing your money confidence and your money mindset, no matter your current financial status. This episode will teach you how to have more ease with money, how to manage it with confidence, and how to make more of it, without adding stress or overwhelm to your life. 

In this episode, we’re coaching on:

  • Money confidence – how to have more ease and a better relationship with money in your life
  • Phrases to eliminate from your vocabulary if you want to have financial peace and money abundance
  • How to have a positive (not stressful) relationship with money and to make more of it; or as much of it as you want



  • The only way to permanently change the temperature in the room is to reset the thermostat. In the same way, the only way to change your level of financial success ‘permanently’ is to reset your financial thermostat.” – T. Harv Eker
  • “A wise person should have money in their head, but not in their heart.” – Jonathan Swift
  • “Money, like emotions, is something you must control to keep your life on the right track.” – Natasha Munson
  • Money is usually attracted, not pursued.” – Jim Rohn
  • “Formal education will make you a living; self-education will make you a fortune.” – Jim Rohn
  • “Empty pockets never held anyone back. Only empty heads and empty hearts can do that.” – Norman Vincent Peale
  • The person who doesn’t know where his next dollar is coming from usually doesn’t know where his last dollar went.” – Unknown
  • “Money is only a tool. It will enable you to experience more of who you truly are.” – T. Harv Eker


Are you tired of feeling limited by a scarcity mindset when it comes to money? 

Do you find yourself constantly worrying about your financial situation and longing for a more abundant and confident outlook? 

Do you desire to enhance your financial situation and cultivate an abundant money mindset? 

Are you tired of feeling anxious about money and yearn for a sense of peace and confidence in your financial decisions? 

Perhaps you want to develop the courage to ask for a raise or start charging more in your business. 

Or maybe you’re seeking ways to improve how you and your partner communicate about money and transform your relationship with it. If any of these resonate with you, then the College of Confidence coaching this month is tailor-made for you.

We are spending the entire month of July dedicated MONEY CONFIDENCE

Here’s what you can expect to gain from the Money Confidence coaching theme:

Unlocking Your Earning Potential: Learn strategies and techniques to boost your income and make more money. Gain the confidence to step into your value and charge what you’re worth.

Abundant Money Mindset: Discover powerful mindset shifts and belief systems that will help you develop a positive and abundant relationship with money. Transform scarcity thinking into abundance thinking.

Overcoming Financial Anxiety: Acquire practical tools and exercises to overcome anxiety and stress related to money. Gain clarity and peace of mind as you navigate your financial journey.

Asking for a Raise or Charging More: Develop the courage and confidence to ask for a raise or increase your prices in your business. Learn effective negotiation techniques and communicate your value with confidence.

Enhancing Money Communication: Improve how you and your partner discuss money matters. Learn effective communication strategies to strengthen your financial partnership and create harmony in your relationship.

Transforming Your Relationship with Money: Explore your beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors surrounding money. Identify and overcome limiting beliefs that may be holding you back from financial success and freedom.

Don’t let a scarcity mindset hold you back from the abundant life you deserve. Enroll in the College of Confidence today and unlock your full financial potential!

Click here to get started, risk-free.

Here’s to a month filled with increased Money Confidence and abundant opportunities!


Phrases to Avoid:

-I can’t afford that.

-Wow that’s a lot of money.

-Money doesn’t grow on trees. 

-Money is the root of all evil

-I can’t do it because I don’t have enough money

-I’m not good with money

-I’ll always be in debt 

-I don’t deserve to be wealthy

-Rich people are greedy

-Money is a constant sources of stress

-I don’t like managing my money

-Budgeting is annoying

-I’m just not that responsible with money

-Money burns a hole in my pocket

-There’s never enough money to go around

-I have a cap to what I can earn


-Don’t avoid it

-Personify it – and consider it a friendship / partnership 

-Visualize sufficiency 


There’s always more where that came from.

We’ve always been okay and we always will be.

I trust myself to create the income my family needs and I’m proud of myself for being a women who creates an abundance of money.

Cash flow ebbs and flows are the core nature of business and I trust the tide of money in my life. More is coming and I trust it.

I have an amazing brain with limitless creative capacity – I can always find ways to create money.

I am surrounded by examples of abundance and I am safe.

There’s always a solution.

Creativity brings value and value opens the flow of money.

I am good at managing my money and making it work for me.

Money is fun and I am grateful for exactly how much of it I have in my life and for how much more I can create in my future.

God has always provided for me and He always will.

My money is blessed and does good in this world and in my life – I give thanks.


Create a Budget: Establish a monthly budget that outlines your income, expenses, and savings goals. Stick to it as closely as possible to ensure you’re living within your means.

Track Your Spending: Monitor your expenses diligently. Keep a record of your daily spending to identify areas where you can cut back and save money.

Prioritize Saving: Make saving a priority by setting aside a portion of your income each month. Aim to build an emergency fund that covers at least three to six months of living expenses.

Minimize Debt: Reduce and manage your debt effectively. Prioritize paying off high-interest debt, such as credit cards, and consider debt consolidation or negotiation with creditors if necessary.

Be Mindful of Impulse Purchases: Avoid impulsive spending by implementing a “cooling-off” period. Wait a day or two before making significant purchases to ensure they align with your financial goals.

Comparison Shop: Take the time to research and compare prices before making purchases. Look for deals, discounts, and alternatives to ensure you’re getting the best value for your money.

Limit Unnecessary Expenses: Review your monthly expenses and identify areas where you can cut back. Trim unnecessary subscriptions, reduce dining out, and find creative ways to enjoy leisure activities without overspending.

Educate Yourself: Continuously educate yourself about personal finance and investment strategies. Stay informed about financial news, read books, and seek advice from trusted sources to enhance your financial knowledge.


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