If you’ve read the parts one, two, and three in the Overcoming Underearning series, inspired by my friend Barbara Stanny’s awesome book Overcoming Underearning, you have a sense of what might be getting between you and prosperity. But in case you’re still unclear, I wanted to share some more of Barbara’s brilliant wisdom.
As soon as you enter the discomfort zone, you will automatically trigger resistance from within you. It’s only natural. But if you can’t get a handle on it, you won’t be able to move forward. So insight into your resistance is the first step. How will you know if you’re resisting?
As long as you’re stuck in resistance, you’ll keep underearning and you won’t achieve your dreams. You just won’t. I hate to say it so bluntly, but it’s true. Believing you will is magical thinking. You can’t just ask the universe for what you need and then sit back on your laurels and hope the money comes flowing in.
This is exactly why I developed my new e-course: Get Out Of Your Own Way: Free Yourself From Fear And Worry & Leap Into Your Dreams. Every single one of those signs of resistance describes perfectly how we get in our own way, and until we can overcome the resistance that keeps us stuck, we won’t move forward.
To overcome resistance, Barbara makes these suggestions:
Are you resisting making more money? What belief lies at the heart of your fears? What decision can you change in order to liberate yourself and overcome your resistance?
PS. For more about getting out of your own way, sign up for my free Get Out Of Your Own Way mini e-course!
Lissa Rankin, MD: Founder of OwningPink.com, Pink Medicine Woman coach, motivational speaker, and author of What’s Up Down There? Questions You’d Only Ask Your Gynecologist If She Was Your Best Friend and Encaustic Art: The Complete Guide To Creating Fine Art With Wax.
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