The Six Rules for Financially Free Women
“There is only one success – to be able to spend your life in your own way.”
- Christopher Morley
1. Honour your Boundaries
Boundaries matter because they protect what’s important: you! After you decide what you really want, set and enforce boundaries so you can focus on what really matters to you.
2. Know What Works for You
Understand what makes you flourish and do that consistently. The only person you need to make happy is you. Don’t judge your insides by someone else’s outsides!
3. Ignore the Naysayers
They don’t know any better. But you do!
Just because others say you can’t have it doesn’t make it true.
You know you can create financial freedom for yourself because you have seen other successful women do it.
Always ignore the naysayers, believe in yourself, and create your own path.
4. Tune In
We all have voices in our heads that guide us through our days.
Sometimes it’s the negative voice that says you’re not good enough, you’re not thin enough, you’re not smart enough, and you can’t have what you want. Well, it’s time to change the recording in your head and tune her out. Instead tune in to the positive inner voice: your intuition.
Your intuition is your inner guide. It’s what we call your “gut”, and let me tell you – she knows what is best for you. Bring some silence into your days so you can tell the good voices from the bad, and learn to trust your inner wisdom – your inner Goddess.
Your inner truth will never steer you wrong.
5. Protect your Energy
Most people think of time as the most critical resource. But all the time in the world won’t help you if you don’t have the right energy.
If you want to be effective with your time, get your energy right. Effectively managing your spiritual, emotional, physical and mental energy is the key to being balanced and successful.
- What builds your energy?
- What (or who) depletes it?
- When are you bursting with positive vibes – and who are you with?
6. Stop Apologising
- Stop apologising for yourself.
- Stop apologising for your opinions.
- Stop apologising for your choices.
- Stop apologising for you.
I have asked you to ask yourself a lot of questions about yourself. Some of them might seem vague and unrelated to money. But trust me – understanding yourself is a crucial first step to understanding your relationship with money and how powerful you truly are in managing it.
- Become the woman you know you can be.
- Create the life you dream about.
- You are worth it!
Posted by Tracey Sofra at September 30, 2016