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[Video] Flip It! I’m Spiritual: Doesn’t that Mean I Don’t Need Money?

[Video] Flip It! I’m Spiritual: Doesn’t that Mean I Don’t Need Money?

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. When you decide to become an entrepreneur, all your issues around money will come flooding to the surface. And, as an FYI, there are a lot of them … ESPECIALLY if you consider yourself spiritual.

It’s my belief that a lot of entrepreneurs get derailed because of their relationship with money, so one of the things I want to do with Flip It! is dig into the different ways money blocks and challenges can show up.

And today, we’re starting with spiritual entrepreneurs.

It actually doesn’t matter if you consider yourself a spiritual entrepreneur or just spiritual — chances are it’s important to you to have a business that will not only help people but will make a difference in the world.

Now, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to make a big difference and leave the world in better shape than you found it, but if you find yourself getting tripped up by money, then there’s a problem

Maybe you feel like it’s somehow selfish of you to take money while doing good. If you were truly doing good, you wouldn’t be getting paid, right? It should be available for everyone! And you certainly wouldn’t want to focus on it, right? Because rich people are greedy and evil … well, maybe not evil but certainly not spiritual.

And you certainly don’t want to be a greedy rich person.

Or maybe you feel like you’ve evolved beyond wanting money — you feel like making money is something other people who aren’t as evolved as you are, and if you focus on making money, then you really aren’t all that evolved either.

(Like I said … it’s truly amazing how many money issues we have.)

Now, it IS possible to be both spiritual AND financially successful, and it all starts with your mindset. Take a moment to watch this week’s episode where I unpack these issues:

 

(And if you’re wondering exactly how you can get everything you want simply by flipping your perspective? Check out the first episode here.)

If you liked this episode, you may also like my “Love-Based Money and Mindset” book — you can check it out here.

[Video] Flip It! Who’s Responsible? The Coach or the Client?

[Video] Flip It! Who’s Responsible? The Coach or the Client?

Let me start I’m a big fan of hiring a coach to help guide you on your entrepreneurial path. I personally have worked with some amazing coaches over the years and I wouldn’t be where I am today without their support.

But, alas, not all the coaches I’ve worked with have been awesome. Some are just okay. And some, quite honestly, aren’t all that great.

Which leads me to today’s topic. What happens when you hire a coach and you don’t get the results you were looking for?

Or, if you’re the coach in this scenario, what do you do when you have a client who doesn’t get the results they hired you for?

When this happens, I know it’s tempting to blame the other person. The client will say the coach wasn’t very good or didn’t listen or gave advice that didn’t work.

The coach will say the client didn’t do the work or wasn’t coachable or wasn’t working to work through their blocks.

What’s the truth?

Well, as with most things, the truth is somewhere in the middle.

In my opinion, coaches coach and clients do. And the best relationships are when both are accountable to what their roles are — in other words, coaches are responsible for their coaching and clients are responsible for what they do or don’t do.

The trick is, how do you know where that line is? How can you sort out if the problem is the coaching or the doing?

Watch and see what you think:

(And if you’re wondering exactly how you can get everything you want simply by flipping your perspective? Check out the first episode here.)

If you liked this episode, you may also like my “Love-Based Money and Mindset” book — you can check it out here.