Email from Noel John.
It's been said that as many as 80% of divorces are the result of money disagreements. I can believe it. Take any marriage, even those that are totally solid and healthy, and add money problems to the mix and you'll see the marriage start to show signs of strain really fast.
I'm sure you already know money problems create constant unwanted emotions. If you can learn how to manage money and also manage your emotional reactions to unexpected financial situations (both good and bad), you're well on your way to success and freedom.
If you can survive and fight your way out of mighty financial disasters you'll be able to face
any problem with less fear. Unfortunately there isn't any way to remove the emotion from difficult money problems. As I've written about before, my money problems began doing a 180 turn when I changed emotions.
Almost overnight I shifted from fear to anger.Fear isn't motivating and helps keep you stuck in the same rut. Anger is dangerous, if you're directing it at another person or at yourself, but if you're directing it at your money situation, it can empower you to make change like nothing else can. When you let yourself realize that you deserve better, that even though you made mistakes change is still possible, that shift in mindset will make all the difference. So the next time you feel despair over finances, try directing your energy full force against the problem, and not the people involved.
Quietly resolve to visualize the best possible outcome, tell yourself that you and your loved ones deserve that outcome, and then work like heck to make it happen. To help keep you center and focused, watch our videos a few minutes each day.
We need all the help we can get these days in remain financially strong. Who couldn't benefit from an additional stream of income or fewer bills? Start making that a reality by doing the necessary work within you.
"Big Heart With Fantastic Dream"