Money can be overwhelming

Those feelings that come from money

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A few people recently have said to me that they are overwhelmed when they look at (or even think about) their business finances or money situation

The stress and overwhelm over money is so real

Lack of it causes stress.

The pressure to bring for of it in (internal or external) causes stess

And also having a successful business that is making money can cause stress too – after all, those employees are relying on the money you are generating to pay their mortgages

Do you get that feeling inside when you think about money…you know the one, right?

Sometimes we can feel it in our chest, sometimes in the pit of our stomach…

I used to get it too…I used to dread logging into my business bank account…I used to panic even thinking about the money (or lack of it) in my business

And it wasn’t that the sales were bad for me, they weren’t- at that time I had a 6-figure sales income. But I was spending WAY too much – on products and services I THOUGHT I needed.

But it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. It doesn’t have to be stressful.

Money doesn’t stress me anymore…it doesn’t cause overwhelm (sure other things still do!! But not money).

When you operate in your value, when you take charge the best level for your services, and when you get control of your finances, then money affecting you in a negative way, and starts being such a POSITIVE force in your business and life.

If you feel like that place is a long way off for you, or you can’t figure out how to get to a place of money positivity fast…then perhaps it’s time to explore plugging the Business Wealth Engine into your business…so let’s talk – DM me.

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