Jen Sincero] You Are a Badass at Making Money Ma

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Another installment of this sheer goodness!

Yes, I know: we've heard most of it all elsewhere but noe this way!

I love how Jen explains the criminalized perception of wealth that many of us have ingrained.

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What you focus on you create more of. (c)
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Why not be the biggest, happiest, most generous, and fully realized humanoid you can be (c)
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It's about you letting yourself be the biggest badass you can be, whatever that happens to look like for you. (c)
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What would a typical day in your life as the richest, happiest, and most successful version of yourself look like (c)
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Get clear on the amount of money you're going to make, the specifics of what the money's for, and how freaking awesome it feels to make it. Decide, with unshakable commitment, that you are making this money. Get a plan together to make the money you desire to make, chunk the plan back into bite-sized pieces, and focus yer ass off on one goal at a time. Hold an image in your mind of the life you're creating and all the money that's flowing toward you with eager excitement, hardcore faith, and deep gratitude. Do your best wherever you're at. If, while building your greeting card empire, you've taken a job scraping gum off the bottom of tables at a bowling alley, instead of being pissed off about having a job that you don't exactly love (what you focus on you create more of), find the silver lining, be the best damn gum scraper that table has ever worked with, and have an attitude of gratitude. (c)
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You cannot give what you do not have, so if you want to help others you have to take care of yourself first. (c)
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Our world, now more than ever, needs as many compassionate, creative, bighearted, conscious people to be as rich as possible... (c)
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If you're all over the place, you're half-assing a bunch of different things instead of kicking ass at one thing... (c)
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A wise man once said nothing. (c)
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The walls of your comfort zone are lovingly decorated with your lifelong collection of favorite excuses. (c)
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Our "realities" are make-believe-whatever we make ourselves believe, we experience. (c)
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Our environment shapes everything from our drinking habits to our financial situations to our physical appearance, and the longer we immerse ourselves in certain surroundings, the more they influence us. (c)
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If you allow yourself to make all the money you need to flourish and live out your desires, it does not mean you are, or will become, a greedy, selfish, Earth-ruining bastard. (c)
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You have to want your dreams more than you want your drama. (c)
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Wealth appreciates for the appreciative. (c)
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Vague aspirations lead to vague results; specific aspirations lead to kicking ass. (c)
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Design your own job. If you see things in your company that need doing that aren't being done, create a new job for yourself. Come up with an excellent pitch about all the ways this will benefit the company and help them make craploads of money, and name your salary. You never know, stranger things have happened. (c)
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Treat money the way you'd like to be treated. (c)
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She got a mentor. It was 2008, all these other much bigger firms were crashing down around her, and she was brought to the point where she didn't think she could take it anymore, so she sought out a mentor who gave her great advice: He told her to go surfing. (c)
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Wake up, become aware of how you're perceiving "reality," make new choices, get outside help for fresh perspective, believe in the unbelievable. Most people stay in financial struggle not because they suck at what they do or don't have any prospects, but because they don't stretch their minds. (c)
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... when you listen to your heart and connect with who you're meant to become, you have energy because you're in a state of flow, things happen more easily, opportunities land in your lap, you're turned on, inspired, engulfed in a sea of brilliant ideas.
... learning experiences are different from wasting your life pushing a boulder up a hill... (c)


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