Worried About Money? We ALWAYS Have Enough

In my former life as an accountant, a couple of clients killed themselves over their concerns about money, the VAT man’s threats, the business pressures and cashflow or lack thereof. It was dreadful. I was a lot younger then and I was deeply affected by both deaths, I even went to the funeral of one. I remember thinking “it’s only money” and coming to understand what that really means, but many people feel deeply stressed by financial matters and even shame. Our lives are worth so much more than that. A life lived in scarcity gets a bit grim, no […]

Keep Reading »

Enough: Three Very Helpful Thoughts About Money

I came across Lynne Twist talking about The Great Lie of Scarcity and what she calls the Three Toxic Myths: 1.   There is not enough/I am not enough (there is and I am) 2.   More is better (it’s not, necessarily) 3.   And that’s just the way it is (it doesn’t have to be, that’s our choice) Lynne’s film is eleven minutes long and I make time to watch it any time I am feeling a bit scarce about money or in need of a shot of calming inspiration. I love her conclusion that there’s enough of everything everywhere for everyone to […]

Keep Reading »

My 5 Top Wealth & Abundance Resources

Even though I am supposed to be on my gap year, I am somewhat in limbo while I wait to tidy up one last 2010 project which is dragging on a bit.   So between sudokus, crosswords, movies and Kindle ebooks, I have been doing my favourite thing – helping people. This week, after a flurry of emails with someone I had never met before who had heard me on the Wealth Solutions webinar series with the Barefoot Doctor, I finally got to the place where I felt I wanted to share my five top wealth and abundance resources with her, […]

Keep Reading »

The Opportunity Within The Crisis

This is my second recession; the first one hit me hard when I had to choose between letting my two properties be repossessed –v- cashflowing my accountancy business in 1992.   The ongoing repercussions of that were, to a greater extent, still with me more than a decade later.   And to a lesser extent they still are since I still carry some old bad debt.  So I am somewhat seasoned in the bottom of cycles, as well as the rise and fall and the top.   Does this make me more resilient than some?   Perhaps.   Or maybe it just makes me older!   I’ve […]

Keep Reading »