Everyone’s A Winner

Friday’s Cashflow game has stayed with me over the weekend, and following on from yesterday’s post where I wrote up the winning strategies I saw each player demonstrate, here are my own. Start by picking an engaging dream/goal which really matters to you and compels you into taking action Know where you are now and where you are going and what you want Keep an eye on what’s due to you and always remember to ask for it Believe your own intent can influence “luck” and then prove yourself right by throwing/manifesting what you need Remember that even when you […]

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AbundanceFest: How to Get More Abundance into Your Life

Today I am very excited to let you know about AbundanceFest, my own personal JM summer festival minus the music and the mud! My clients in Club 100 are coming for their annual summer party on Saturday 9th August and my party planner, Lady Penelope, persuaded me to go for a marquee, just in case the Great British Weather lets us down, or maybe just to keep the sun off the freckly ones. She’s an Aussie you see, that might explain her encouragement towards tentage. Doesn’t she know about us Brits and our brave propensity for a rainy BBQ? Either way, […]

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Spirit’s Got My Back

I woke on Saturday morning to an email from a woman who told me she had sat quietly with Spirit and asked where she should send her tithe this week and been surprised to receive my name in answer. So surprised, in fact, that she had argued with Spirit. I LOVE the idea of arguing with Spirit! It’s a bit like me pulling a card out of my new Angel Tarot card deck from Doreen Virtue and deciding I don’t like that one and putting it back in the box until I get one which tells me what I do […]

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Conundrums: Feeling The Fear And Living As If We Didn’t

I’m talking conundrums today, paradoxical, apparently insoluble problems or dilemmas. and I’m offering a strategy of unravelling them. One of life’s greatest conundrums is knowing what we need to do and holding ourselves back from doing it for any one – or more – of a number of (great) reasons. It’s like one foot on the accelerator and one on the brake. I knew for some time that I wanted to do tithing, but felt in some small miserable and scarce part of myself that I couldn’t afford to.   I’d even started to do it more than once and lapsed. […]

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I’m Rich Beyond My Wildest Dreams, I am, I am, I am

I am grateful to Thomas L. Pauley and Penelope J. Pauley for their book “I’m Rich Beyond My Wildest Dreams, I am, I am, I am. I have owned a copy of this book in the past. I remember it on my bookshelves, and I have a quotation from it written inside one of my note books which I am still using to list my gratitudes. But I don’t think I’d read it all the way to the end and I certainly hadn’t put into practice the wisdom contained in it, or not with any regularity anyhow. And because of […]

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The Miracle of Tithing by Mark Victor Hansen

During our Cashflow game on Friday we were reminded about tithing.   The Cashflow game has a square you land on which invites you to donate 10% of your total income and get special dice privileges in return.   We are always amazed at what a difference this makes to everyone’s game who takes advantage of this win:win opportunity. You get two dice for each of the next three turns which gets you round faster, enabling you to collect more paycheques.   But it usually brings a change in your luck too, and abundance rains down upon the player who tithes.   Ten percent […]

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