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Follow your intuition to live your ideal life

I never planned on writing a book. I was a finance major in college, so I wasn’t supposed to write a book. But my intuition kept tugging at me. I knew that I needed to write a book about people’s relationship with money and how their emotions affect it. So when I finally decided to write it, I didn’t go the traditional publishing route. I published it myself so I could share my message with the world.

Acting on your passions

I believe that when you set yourself on your life’s purpose, doors fly open. And I am the prime example of that. I’m a money person and never planned on writing a book. But when I let go of the resistance and followed my intuition, a whole new slew of opportunities came my way. Just because I didn’t consider myself a writer doesn’t mean I don’t have valuable information to share. And just because you may not be a financial professional doesn’t mean you can’t be financially savvy with what you have.

Your true calling

Maybe there’s something that has been nagging away at you. You’ve got a great idea for a business, but haven’t acted on it. Or you’ve dreamt of moving to another country, but have found reasons why it’s not possible. Whatever it is you think you can’t achieve, I’m telling you that you can. I wasn’t supposed to write a book, yet what I wrote has helped countless people heal their issues with money. When you set your intentions on your soul’s purpose, you are on the right path towards a fulfilling life.

Avoiding the crabs in your bucket

Once you have figured out what you want and start acting on it, opportunities will arise. People will see what you’re doing offer to help you get to where you’re trying to go. But that doesn’t mean there won’t be any setbacks on the way to your ultimate goal. When things are going well, the crabs in your bucket tend to ramp it up. They try to plant seeds of doubt to trip you up. Sometimes, we let those words discourage us. Even when we’ve been plugging away and finding success, the crabs can still have a negative effect on us.

Be encouraged

No matter what your goals is, know that it is possible. If you want to buy a home this year, you can with some planning (and some help with automated savings). If you want to write a book, set an hour of your day aside just for writing. And if you want to create the exact career you want so you can have a fulfilling work life, you can do that too. Maintain your focus on your intuition and follow your true desires; you’ll be on your way to having the exact life you crave.
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