Debunking limiting beliefs with money can be done in as quick as under 5 minutes; And inside of the “Dear Lack, Let’s Break up” Podcast we tell you exactly how.

Here’s the thing with the secrets of money and all of these money wounds that we battle every single day and that nobody is talking about because everybody wants to jump right into having a million dollars in the bank account and into having all of this vision that you probably will have but they want to skip the process.

However, for you as a female entrepreneur to grow your income, better your relationship with money, and grow your business, you need to go through the process of reframing, healing, and deattaching yourself to the emotional layer with money.

So like I said before, to me worthiness is a very real thing. I was stuck in a cycle of feeling unworthy of making money. I believed I didn’t deserve to have what I wanted because I had already spent all my money. I was sitting in my car on the way to work when I overheard a conversation between a couple.

The man said to the woman, “You don’t deserve to have everything you have.” The woman replied, “Only I can make that judgment of how much I deserve.” That was my moment of realization. I realized that I was the only one who could decide how much money I deserved to have. I repeated that phrase to myself over and over again for weeks. Something powerful started to happen. I started to see results. I was able to heal my relationship with money and I started making more money.

Here are the steps you need to follow to also get financial success.:
1. Only you can make the judgment of how worthy you are of receiving money.

2. It takes work to reframe your relationship with money and heal old wounds.

3. Be open and aware of your current relationship with money, and take action accordingly.

1. Only you can make the judgment of how worthy you are of receiving money.

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This statement can help to shift your perception of money. If you have been thinking of money as something that is difficult to obtain, or something that you don’t deserve to have, this statement can help to change that. By repeating this statement to yourself, you are putting the power back in your own hands. You are the only one who can decide how worthy you are of receiving money. This can help to open you up to receiving more money, and help you to believe that you deserve to have money.

2. It takes work to reframe your relationship with money and heal old wounds.

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It takes work to reframe your relationship with money and heal old wounds. This can be done by sitting down in a sacred space and really working through it every time a negative narrative comes up. Remember, you are the only one who can make the judgment of how worthy you are of receiving money. This work can be difficult, but it is worth it to be able to move forward in a positive and healthy relationship with money.

3. Be open and aware of your current relationship with money, and take action accordingly.

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The third step in this process is to question your beliefs about money. This means taking a close look at the thoughts and ideas you have about money, and examining whether or not they are serving you. One way to do this is to keep a money journal. Every time you have a thought about money, write it down. Then, at the end of each day, take a look at your thoughts and see if there are any patterns.

Are you always thinking negative thoughts about money? Are you always doubting your ability to make more money? If you find that you have negative or self-defeating thoughts about money, it’s time to start challenging them. For each negative thought, come up with a positive counter-argument.

For example, if you think “I’ll never be able to make more money,” you can counter with “I am capable of making more money and I will take steps to make that happen.” By questioning your beliefs about money, you can start to change the way you think about money, and ultimately, change your relationship to money.