Consuetudo pro lege servatur * much?

Hi Beautiful — tell me, how do you really feel about money?

woman questioningAs a transformational wealth and intentional living strategist, and from working in legal management for a few decades I often hear, “I don’t know how to make more money”, “why am I not making more money” and “I need more money….”

So I ask my clients “how do you really feel about money?”

This often takes the lawyers, the yoga instructors, the entrepreneurs, you know all those bosschicks that make up my client base, a bit by surprise.

I hear of course “I want more money Keisha, that why I’m working with you, Keisha, I need more money, I want more money….”

Consuetudo pro lege servatur * much?

We all have our early money stories, even 6 figure earning bosschicks. That’s why we do a money mapping to discover all the hidden stories we have that come into play every time we even think about money. Stories like:

  • “people like us /people like them”;
  • “you work hard for your money”;
  • “the love of money is evil”;
  • “there is never enough money”;
  • “money can’t buy love, happiness, you fill in the blank”….

All  those generational stories that have been deeply embed into our core by well-meaning generations of our family, type stories (or on the flip side those generational curse type stories…selah)

Well, is it any wonder that struggling with money, even for 6 figure earners is simply our  modus operandi?

My clients quickly discover that changing their money, means changing their story, and together we leave no stone unturned.

Isn’t it time to rewrite your story?

*legalese for: the customs of the place and time will have the force of law.

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