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Change Your Money Story for a New Money Future

Have you ever had someone in your life who tells the same story over and over again and doesn’t remember that they’ve already told it to you?

It get’s kind of boring, right?

Our stories about why we are the way we are or why our life is the way it is can be the same way.

We tell the same old story about who did us wrong or how our parents screwed us up.

Not only is it boring, it also keeps us stuck.

If we’re blaming our present circumstances on our past, we’re not giving ourselves the power to create new circumstances in the future.

Today I’m going to teach you how to change your stinky old money story that isn’t doing you any favors into one that not only feels good to tell, but that also creates a new money present and future for you.

In today’s episode of Financial Freedom Friday you’ll learn:

  • how to get out of the financial muck that you’re currently experiencing
  • a three step process that will instantly make you feel better about your past, no matter what happened
  • a sure fire way to invite a shiny new future in with some critical perspective shifts

Check out the episode by clicking below:

How you do it is what you get. ~@drchrisnorthrup (Tweet it!)

Over to you:

What old stories are you ready to shift or let go of entirely? What other methods for changing your story have you tried that have worked?

book-goodiesP.S. If you haven’t gotten your copy of Money: A Love Story yet and secured your spot in my 2-hour, live online event, A Course in Having Enough with guest teachers Marianne Williamson, Barbara Stanny, and Amanda Steinberg of DailyWorth.com, click HERE to get in on it. The event is Tuesday, September 24th and you have to register ahead of time to get access live and receive the recording. The material we’ll cover is not covered in the book but instead is a compliment to it to dive even deeper. Grab your spot.

 

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4 Simple Steps to Make Financial Planning Feel Good

Back in the days when I was swimming in debt and not paying very much attention to my money (other than spending it regularly) I felt like the whole financial planning world was too boring for me. The idea of getting out all of my statements, talking with a professional, and plugging my financial lifeContinue Reading

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How to Stop Impulsive Spending in 5 Simple Steps

Have you ever bought something that in the moment felt like the best purchase EVER, only to wonder what the heck you were thinking when you got your credit card bill three weeks later? If so, you may have fallen prey to impulsive spending. Money is a deeply emotional issue. Anyone who tells you otherwiseContinue Reading

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How to use your breasts to change the world: Glimpse TV with KC Baker of The School For The Well Spoken Woman

KC Baker and I first met when we worked together in Team Northrup starting in 2005. This well spoken, poised, champion for women has been a dear friend of mine for seven years. And today I’m so thrilled to share the work that she’s doing in the world with you guys via Glimpse TV. I’veContinue Reading

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Two money people you have to know.

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First of all, how money is it that you get to hear from me twice today? I know. Totally. There’s something so great about the slang phrase, “That’s so money.” See if you can use it sometime today and see how it makes you feel. I’ve gotta be honest, I don’t use it very often,Continue Reading

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The one thing you can do right now to feel free…or Why Janis Joplin was onto something.

Letting go is scary. The thing about letting go is that it’s scary. Even if we’re not completely thrilled with what we’ve got already, at least we know what we can expect with it. Even if holding on means living a bit smaller than we know we’re capable of, not being quite as happy asContinue Reading

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