A Negative Trend I’ve Been Noticing

A Negative Trend I’ve Been Noticing

There’s a negative trend I’ve been noticing a lot. And most people think it’s okay. Most people won’t say anything about it. Most people are afraid of coming off as a bitch if they do. I’m not. I’ve been noticing this trend way too much and it’s time I called you out on your shit. STOP SAYING YOU NEED TO “MANIFEST THE MONEY FIRST” when it comes to making an investment in yourself. You don’t need to manifest anything except the sheer determination to get what you want. Definition of “manifesting”: ¬†Acting as if you have already received what you desire and taking aligned action every day, doing things that will get you to that goal quickly. What most people do when they say they are “manifesting”: Sit on their ass and wait for money to fall out of the sky. It’s true. Don’t try to convince me that no, you’re really trying to make the money, you’re doing everything you can. No you’re not. If this was truly important to you, you would have “manifested” the money already. Let’s use a story to elaborate: Your child is sick. Really sick. They are going to die if you don’t come up with $5,000 to buy the life-saving medication by tomorrow afternoon. I’m willing to bet that by the next afternoon, you are ready and waiting to buy that medication for your child, with $5,000 in your pocket. Saving your child’s life was a PRIORITY, so you made it happen. You sold things, you took on another job, you borrowed from a friend of a family member, you maxed out...
How To Make Money Every Single Day

How To Make Money Every Single Day

I used to think that setting monthly goals was enough. I’d happily sit down and write out my financial goal every month and would confidently proclaim – “This is now how much money I make every month!” But… Then I wouldn’t. Make that much money, I mean. It wasn’t because my goal was unreasonable. It wasn’t because it was out of reach. And it certainly wasn’t because I didn’t do the work. It was because I was focused on the MONTHLY goal, instead of the daily and weekly goals that needed to happen before the big monthly goal could be achieved. I often would set goals and at the end of week 1, be all “oh, I have tons of time, so it’s okay that I’m super far away from my goal!”. At the end of week 2 is when I’d start taking things more seriously because “holy shit, it’s already the middle of the month and I am not even CLOSE to my goal!”. By the end of week 3, I’m having panic attacks and beating myself up about being a terrible business woman. And by the end of the month, not only have I not reached my money goal, but I haven’t even REMOTELY come close to hitting it! At least, that’s how things USED to be when it came to setting my money goals. Last year, I noticed this pattern and decided to shake things up. I made a commitment that I would do whatever was necessary to make money EVERY day, which meant it would be easier to hit my monthly goals (I also decided...