Today’s guest will help you understand why you’re not as wealthy as you want to be. She shares five ways people actively ward off wealth and the necessary shifts to welcome it!
In this time of massive change, it’s not always easy to know which end is up.
What used to seem certain may now feel uncertain.
The bottom can drop out multiple times in a day.
We don’t know what the new normal will be like.
And there is a lot of pain, loss and devastation.
That said, at times like this, even in the midst of grief and letting go, we can find unexpected insight and clarity.
With comforts and crutches removed and the threat of illness, or even death, nearby, I’ve started wondering what is important to me.
Today’s Man Alive podcast guest considers this as part of wealth.
From her perspective wealth is not just about finances but about what adds value to life and makes it feel worth living.
Emerald GreenForest is a coach, the author of eight books and a contributor to 15 more. She helps people create a wealthy life by design
In our conversation we talked about:
- The 5 components of wealth
- Why gaining wealth depends on understanding wealth vs. abundance
- 5 ways you may be repelling wealth right now
- How to start proactively welcoming wealth into your life and bank account
- Emerald’s perspectives and tools for keeping wealth once you have it (since there are no guarantees)
When you’re done with this one, check out this episode on how to clean up your finances with Joel Solomon.
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Emerald GreenForest – The Wealthy Life Mentor is one of America’s Premier Experts on creating conscious change & living a Wealthy Life By Design™. Working with thousands of entrepreneurs throughout her 20+ year career, Emerald knows how to create proactive, catalytic change that creates client breakthroughs in all areas of life. Emerald is a connector and catalyst for the Creative Age Leader™. She established an international reputation as an author of eight books & contributing author to another 15.