So many people have a love/hate relationship with money. A listener feels like money is a zero-sum game. If one person has some, it means someone else has none. Let’s take a look at this self-limiting belief.
Episode #633 October 26, 2018
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1. Work that matters, more money and no panic attacks.
2. I want to start my own business but my credit is shot.
3. I want to help people but I also want to make money.
4. When do I need to get a business license?
5. I feel as if the existence of the rich necessitates the existence of the poor.
6. I’m just working for a paycheck.
Are you adding love to the work you do?
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