Trusting your gut when it comes to money and business decisions is one of the four crucial components of creating prosperity. Most people aren’t trained to use their inner guidance system. Maybe you’re like most people and sometimes listen to your inner nudges but more often ignore them – especially when it comes to your money or business planning.
If you want to tap into your own financial guidance system stop doing these 3 things:
- Stop listening to the wrong internal voice – It’s so easy to hear the limiting, critical narrator in your head. That’s the one that’s telling you how you messed up, shouldn’t have done something, or never do things right. This voice is loud and often speaks with conviction. The trick is turning down the volume on this noise so you can hear your own good intentions and wisdom. Your inner wisdom is there. I promise.
- Stop doubting your gut – Once you hear these nudges the hard part for many is to trust these instincts. Why is it we are so much more comfortable taking advice from others and doubting our own good council?
- Stop making decisions only from your head and not your heart – Yes, of course you need to think through financial plans, issues, and keep learning. And when you listen with your heart in addition to your head you’ll make financial decisions that holistically serve you in life. We’ve been taught to take the emotion out of money decisions. This is B.S.
I believe with all of my heart (and head) that when you listen to your own internal money guidance system, you’ll find the right people to support your growth, you’ll make better decisions, and you’ll have clarity on where you need to grow and learn. This will motivate you to take the right actions and make smart money moves.
Your money intuition is waiting patiently to speak with you!
Every good wish,
P.S. When the time is right, let me know if you’re interested in growing your financial intuition. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org – and put “intuition” in the subject line.
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