A number isn’t magic. A number is just a number. However, we believe– with all of our beings– that a magic number exists, and that getting to it will solve all of our problems. “Once I have an income of two thousand dollars a week, everything will be okay,” we tell ourselves. Or, “Once I […]
Counting, which is one of the bedrock tools of The Prosperous Heart, is very simple: record all money in and all money out. I keep a small notebook in my purse and I write down every penny. Coming back to this tool over and over, it is always helpful. Recently I found that it’s not […]
One of the bedrock tools of The Prosperous Heart, my new course on money and prosperity, is a tool called Counting. Counting is very simple: record every penny in and every penny out. To begin, purchase a small notebook that you can carry with you everywhere— and every time you spend money– or earn money– […]
Oh, Great Creator, I prosper through you, drawing my abundance from your infinite stores. You know my needs and you provide for them. You know my dreams, and you bring me fulfillment. I rely on you as my source. You are the rock on which I build my life. I trust you to supply me […]
What is true prosperity? People think of prosperity as a financial bottom line… “When I have X amount of money, I will feel better.” But the truth is that prosperity is a spiritual bottom line, and the formula should actually be: “When I have X amount of faith I will feel better.” My latest book, The […]
Set aside fifteen minutes and write quickly about your feelings around money. How do you feel today about the state of your finances? How have you felt in the past? Don’t judge yourself. When you are done, take a twenty-minute walk to integrate what you have learned. Your insights may surprise you.
Dear X, Your letter accuses me of having my head in the clouds or someplace else I won’t mention. You don’t want “support,” you tell me. You want “money.” I was already talking about money. Money is a concretized form of support. When we talk about needing money, what we are usually after is access. […]