Tag Archives: personal finance

How to teach your kids about money (or anything else, for that matter).

A lot of folks I know (myself included) have either been through so much therapy or taken so many personal growth seminars that they’re hyper-focused on not screwing up their kids. And while I think that every soul who comes into this world has their own karma and that we’re not solely responsible for ourContinue Reading

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The doors are open – come on in!

The Spring 2014 session of The Money Love Course is now open for enrollment. It’s a 4-part online course in learning how to make, grow, give, and receive more value. We’ve had over 700 students go through The Money Love Course to date. Here are just some of the things our past students have experienced:Continue Reading

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When it comes to your money, which type are you?

Last week there was some serious eclipse action whispering to all of us, “Let go. Let go. Let go.” And as we let go of what no longer serves us and protect our time and energy for only that which truly lights our souls aflame, it feels like a rebirth. I started getting über clearContinue Reading

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Last dance. Last chance for Money Love.

Who doesn’t love a little disco? I couldn’t resist a nod to the iconic Donna Summer because it’s true: today is your last chance to sign up for The Money Love Course. The cart closes at 3pm EST. (Use this time zone converter to figure out what time that is where you live.) If youContinue Reading

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3 Simple Steps to Avoid Burnout When You’re Self-Employed

Today is a special day because I have the last episode of Financial Freedom Friday to share with you! So many people go into business for themselves because they want freedom. And owning your own business is one of the best ways to create time and financial freedom. But here’s the problem: working for yourselfContinue Reading

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It’s time for a deeper #moneylove dive, don’t you think?

Today is announcement day! The Money Love Course is officially open for enrollment. If you’re like me (impulsive, not detail oriented, and driven by gut feelings) and you already know you want to know more, CLICK HERE to get more info and register. And for those who like to read all the words – hereContinue Reading

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Your spending is a prayer.

Every time you swipe your card, every time you lay down the bills, every time your coins clink in the machine or you click Checkout, you are making a statement. We earn money based on the value we’ve provided in the world. When we’re operating in our highest, the value we provide in the worldContinue Reading

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6 Steps to Making the Right Financial Decision Every Time

Have you ever obsessed about a decision? Ever feel like when it comes to financial decisions you’re not quite sure what to do? Perhaps you don’t feel equipped to make an informed decision so you ask a bunch of people their opinion. Or you phone five friends. Or you Google your brains out. Or youContinue Reading

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The Spaciousness of Simplicity

When people talk about wanting financial freedom there’s often an inherent assumption that the way to get there is through earning more and accumulating more. The definition of financial freedom that I love is this: You are financially free to the extent that your passive or residual income (income that you earn over and overContinue Reading

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Get Financially Naked with Manisha Thakor on Glimpse TV

What if you didn’t have to wait to have a million dollars in the bank to feel good about your financial status and security?  To feel like you were taken care of, and that everything was going to be okay? Is that even possible? The truth is, we ALL feel freaked out about money sometimes.Continue Reading

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