Friday, April 4, 2008

Be Willing to Change

So did you look at how you feel about money? Do you like how you feel? If so, great! If not, be willing to change. How do you want your relationship with money to be?

Think about this; being willing is different than wanting. We're often willing to do things that we don't necessarily want to do. Pregnant women don't want to bear the pain of childbirth, though they are willing to go through it to have a family. There is power in saying yes. As we get older and bogged down with so many commitments, we find power in saying "no," when in reality, the real power comes when you're willing to say "yes!" There are so many aspects to this idea. When you take responsibility, you have control. When you say yes, you take responsibility. Saying yes wakes you up in your life. When you say yes, there is suddenly something to do. When you're doing, things are happening, moving, progressing. Can you see how this relates to money and your finances? Say yes to a budget, say yes to a project that will bring you some extra money, say yes to balancing your willing. I didn't say you wanted to!

I think this can be a relatively simple thing to do, but you all know me, "whatever you think, you're right!" If you believe you can choose how you feel, you can be willing when you don't want to, and you can create the kind of energy you want to live, you can.

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