Chapter 5: “Healing Your Relationship with Money” [5 of 5]

This is our last lesson before the live show…

And with this final strategy you’ll now be

prepared for our live event where we’ll
put it all together.

We’ve already covered a TON.

Here’s our final recap…

1. Desire is the first seed of mind.

2. You have to believe you can be, do, or have what you want.

3. Lack of belief is the biggest thing stopping most people from making a lot more money.

4. You usually have to do something uncomfortable to get the thing you really want.

5. Stop waiting for things to change. Instead, make the changes you want to see in your life.

And so today’s lesson is going to be
like the thread that weaves this all together…

Then in tomorrow’s training I’ll be able to share my
best-kept secrets on how to heal your relationship with money…

And it’s actually a lot faster and easier than you think.

If you haven’t registered, what are you waiting for?

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At the end you’ll have what I consider to be my biggest secret,
what many experts are calling “The World’s Best Abundance Training”.


Did you do your homework yesterday?

This lesson is going to be most valuable for you
if you did.

Last time I told you that in order to get the thing you want,
you usually have to do things that feel uncomfortable…

Even downright scary.

But the fact is, if you already had what you wanted,
you wouldn’t still be reading this!

You see, we humans have a need for certainty in our lives.

For example, we like to know what’s going to happen to us…

And we want to know that things are going to turn out okay
for ourselves and the people we love.

But, ironically, we humans also have a need
for uncertainty and variety…

Which explains, for example, why scary movies rake in
hundreds of millions of dollars at the box office every year…

And why we love to ride roller coasters at amusement parks.

Think about it…

Imagine if you got on a roller coaster, and instead of taking you
on an exciting thrill ride, it just sort of meandered around for a while.

Or you went to a movie that was advertised as “scary”
but you could guess everything that was going to happen.

Pretty boring, right?

On the other hand, imagine if you wanted to take
a nice, leisurely ride in a horse-drawn carriage…

But all of a sudden, the horse starts galloping
out of control at breakneck speed!

You see the point?

Sometimes we want excitement and variety,
like going on scary thrill rides…

And sometimes we want calm and peace and serenity,
like going on a nice, leisurely horse-drawn carriage ride.

So how do we come to grips with these
two opposing forces in our lives…

Our need for certainty and our
equally powerful need for variety?

One of the things you can do is
realize that sometimes, “playing it safe”
is the RISKIEST thing you can do!

For example…

Growing up, most of us were taught
that we should get good grades in school,
go to college, get a good job at a big company…

And then in 40 years or so, we could retire
and do the things we “wanted” to do.

Most of us were raised this way…

And the reason for this is because
that’s how it worked for many generations.

But in today’s economy, with all the
uncertainty (there’s that word again)…

The old way seems downright prehistoric.

The point is that millions of people
paid a lot of money to go to college…

Saddled themselves with tens of thousands of dollars of debt…

And now find themselves either unemployed or under-employed…

Buried in debt, living paycheck to paycheck.

Is it any wonder why so many people have
a lousy relationship with money?

So here’s your final homework assignment
in this Financial Freedom Series…

Your final homework assignment is in 3 parts:

1. Tell me what you were taught about money growing up,
and who taught it to you.

2. Share your answer on the fan page (be sure to “Like” the page first)

3. Sign up for tomorrow’s live event here:

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Then come back to the fan page and
share your reason why you’re attending the
“Healing Your Relationship With Money” event tomorrow

And let me know what you thought about this
special 5-part Financial Freedom Series.

I’d really love your feedback.

I put a LOT of work into putting this
together for you.

I hope you enjoyed it.

See you tomorrow,


P.S. I’ll see you live tomorrow at 7pm EST

Sign up now, because I don’t want you to miss out…

Then share this lesson with anyone who
you think will benefit from it

By sharing this page on Facebook and Twitter


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I believe in you!

Noah St. John, Author of The Book of Afformations®

“Noah’s methods can literally transform your life—and help you create the masterpiece you truly want and are capable of achieving.”
— John Assaraf, from the Foreword

“If you want to crack your own secret code of success, crack open Noah’s book.”
— Harvey B. Mackay, Swim with the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive

“Noah’s work is one of the most significant breakthroughs in the study of success in decades.”
— Jack Canfield, Chicken Soup for the Soul

“Noah comes from his heart and shows you how to awaken to your own inner power—through the magic of a single question.”
— Dr. Joe Vitale, The Attractor Factor

“Using Noah’s methods, I tripled my income, renewed my personal relationships, and took my life to the next level of overall wealth . . . all in less than 12 months!”
— Cari Murphy, Radio Host

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— Susan Sherayko, Television Producer

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  1. Leigh Ann Reedy August 1, 2013 at 1:10 am - Reply

    I have been serious about this 5 part Financial Freedom Series, yet I cannot seem to bring myself to join Facebook for posting my assignments.
    Once again, I hope it is OK to use the comment section of this blog to post my stories.
    I was taught about money by silence. It was rude to talk about money. Nice kids do not ask anyone, especially parents about money matters. The rule was to kill yourself working toward basic survival, or die trying to save a few pennies.
    I watched my parents scrimp & save & occasionally speak of getting an orange for Christmas in their childhood or trading some canned crop foods for a teaspoon of sugar back in the days of the Great Depression. My relatives lived on small farms & for the most part, had “no” money, nor use for it. Living a simple, hard working life, helping a neighbor in a time of a burned down house or barn was the sense of duty & responsibility. Mostly, if you had a problem, you either figured it out alone, or suffered till you could pull yourself up again without bothering anyone for help.
    I will be attending the meeting so that I can accept a more profitable way of viewing money that will help me far exceed the low amount I am striving to live on in these modern times. I have a lot of creative things I want to share with the world, but lack of money and an abundance of fear tend to keep me “paralyzed” – mentally, physically, & emotionally.

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