Our money habits are largely influenced by our early experiences with money and the beliefs we create as a result.
As human beings we are always looking for the meaning behind every experience. The same is true with our experiences with money. Your early interactions create beliefs that, if left unexamined, will limit your ability to receive the abundance that is your divine right.
In today’s episode, Julie and Emma share some of their earliest memories and the beliefs they created.
You’ll hear why Emma avoided money, believing it to be dangerous. And how she continued to live her parent’s relationship with money until she “cracked the code” with her first $20,000 month.
Julie shares her story of her very first business, at age 5, and how that led her to believe she didn’t have a right to money. This led her to stay in an abusive marriage for 20 years until she discovered her limiting pattern and chose to change it.
Plus, why “There are no problems to be solved, only more gifts to be discovered.” Jeffry Van Dyk
- Journal your earliest memories of money.
- Note the thoughts that pop up around those memories.
- Note what you might have believed because of those memories.
- Without judgement, list your beliefs about money.