We all have assumptions about money and if we let them, those assumptions will define our relationship with money. To change your relationship with money you’ll have to face your assumptions.
Tom Rosenak works with clients to expand their business performance by building their relationships, expanding their influence, and improving their communication strategies. Tom is also the author of Your Momentum Playbook which teaches readers how to get unstuck to release greater flow both personally and professionally.
On this episode of Solopreneur Money, Tom will show us how to break free from the restraints of our assumptions surrounding money to create clarity and gain freedom and power.
You will want to hear this episode if you are interested in…
- Tom’s story [1:22]
- The Diamond Acres story [6:08]
- How to gain momentum by gaining an emotional relationship with money [7:22]
- How to process the but box [18:35]
- The money questions [28:26]
- Contact Tom [36:48]
Tom lives his life on his own terms
Tom grew up in a traditional family who wanted to plan his life out for him. He never realized that he could design his own life plan until he read Dale Carnegie’s How to Stop Worrying and Start Living. He realized at that point that all journeys must start from within. So, since then, he has been living life on his own terms.
Face your unexamined assumptions about money
Most people don’t realize that they have a relationship with money. They assume that money will somehow take care of itself. The reality is that people have to actively and intentionally make a place for money in their lives. People’s feelings surrounding money often dictate how they handle their money.
We all have unexamined assumptions about money. To get past this hurdle we have to stop to examine and refine our assumptions. Only by doing so will we be able to overcome our emotional relationship with money and gain momentum towards our goals.
Change your money mindset
You can change your relationship with money and gain a new mindset but it means taking a closer look at your belief systems and making some changes.
Success is a progressive realization of a worthy ideal. It is a process, not a destination. Since success is a moment-by-moment experience, you can’t fail to gain momentum. Create measurable, concrete benchmarks that are inline with your belief system.
Failure to examine your emotions around money may result in the inability to execute even a perfectly tailored plan.
Listen to this interview to hear how you can keep moving forward on your goals without your money mindset holding you back.
Resources & People Mentioned
- BOOK – How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie
- BOOK – How to Master the Art of Selling by Tom Hopkins
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