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November 4, 2019

If you want to thrive financially, but deep inside you believe that rich people are greedy & dishonest, that conflict is going to keep you from success.

So many coaches I talk to genuinely WANT to thrive in their businesses, but get hung up on bad beliefs that actually keep them from being able to pursue it with a clear conscience.

You’d probably agree with me that you’d be doing a lot better in life if you were crushing it financially.

But I find so many coaches are afraid of falling into the category of RICH because that word carries too much baggage for them.

Let’s face it: a lot of people stereotype rich people as being GREEDY and DISHONEST.

And if you are one of those people, you’ll probably avoid it at all costs.

And if you ARE avoiding it, you probably aren’t living the kind of life that you want, because, like you just agreed a moment ago, you WOULD be doing better if money wasn’t an issue for you.

So this week I’m going to help you settle this dilemma. I want you to walk away from this week’s #MENTORMONDAY fully aligned and feeling like you can pursue financial peace without feeling conflicted.

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