Would you like to live your life like you were on vacation everyday?
Old Money Story: The Struggle Is Real (AKA: Survival)
New Money Story: Live Like You Are On Vacation
HOW SARAH’S MONEY STORY WAS CREATED
Sarah Kurpel grew up in a divided home. She learned that she had to work hard just like Jenny Phillips who we talked about last week. Sarah watched her divorced mom provide for the family at the cost of barely scraping by and constant exhaustion. She grew up not liking money because it was a struggle. She became a money hoarder.
THE KEY TO SARAH CHANGING HER MONEY STORY WAS INVESTING IN HERSELF
Sarah had a desire to be generous with her money but her old story was in the way. Sarah had tried to change her money story prior by taking a few free courses but didn’t get the fullest results she desired. It was only when Sarah decided to invest in herself, in the Manifest $10K course, that she could have elevated results. This is because she became invested in the change. Investments can come in many forms to include both time and money.
SARAH LEARNED TO IDENTIFY ALL THE GREAT THINGS IN HER LIFE.
Sarah was taught to keep an inventory of all the great things rolled into her life that she wasn’t previously taking notice of. When she did this, she was able make decisions on what things fit her time and finances and the things that did not. In doing this, Sarah has manifested an extra $11,000 in a 45-day window of time.
LIVE LIFE AS YOU WANT IT TO BE LIKE SARAH.
Sarah naturally learned to change her experiences and how she looked at time and money without even realizing it. This shift is what often brings the money to you.
Sarah shifted from money and time hoarder to knowing that there is always enough. This has impacted her money, time and how others see her. For example, at her work she is an athletic director who has learned to stay relaxed, dress how she wants and in turn, people now see her as a really cool yoga instructor type person even though Sarah still describes herself as a complete type A, controlling personality. What she realized is that she is learning to “be” in every area of life.