Money Made Fun

6 01 2010


Money Made Fun

With the media full of items about the economy it seemed a perfect time to include a resource about money.

Michael Neill and Michelle Lisenbury Christendon have produced an 111 page ebook, containing ideas themes and experiments designed to create financial peace at any income. Using their years of experiences of working with thousands of people both as individual clients and in groups, Michael and Michelle share ways to making money fun. The electronic format means you can get the information within its page immediately without having to wait for any postal deliveries so that you can get started now and work at your own pace.

Click here for Money Made Fun: Creating Financial Peace on Any Income


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The Art of Creating Money

8 09 2009

“Wealth is not a matter of intelligence it’s a matter of inspiration.”
(Jim Rohn)

This week I saw the first episode of a show called Art Race. With only a $1 note, $250 worth of art materials and a map, 2 artists must trade their work for lifts, beds and food to travel across America in 40 days.

These are 2 respected and skilled artists who are willing to go to locations they don’t know and offer their expertise to complete strangers.

I have no idea which one of the 2 artists will make it across America creating the most money. As I watched the recording of their first two days they certainly, so far, have had different approaches. One immediately started doing small portrait sketches while the second artist started creating 3 large canvas paintings in a more modern abstract style.

The show reminded me of a question in the book “I Can Make You Rich
” by Paul McKenna. The question is all about exploring your hidden wealth – those things that you previously hadn’t thought of as “money makers” but are ideas and resources available to you.

This week I invite you to play with the question from the book

“If you woke up one morning in a place where you knew no-one, with £100 in your pocket, how long would it take you to double your money, and how would you do it?”

Remember we are only playing with this idea; you’re not really in a place where you know no one. If you’re first answer was “I don’t know” keep playing and let yourself consider ideas that you think are insane.

To help here are some additional questions and points to consider:

Like the artists, in the show, are using their art to create money:
What are your skills and abilities?
What can you do better than most people?
What do you know more about than most people?
What can you be classed as an expert at?
What have you already accomplished?
What do others respect/ admire you for?
What do you have that others would also love to have?
What do you do for free at the moment that others would actually pay for?

The book lists a few answers they have heard to that question, including from such “rich thinkers” as Peter Jones and Dame Anita Roddick and goes on to ask:

Having doubled that original £100, to £200, how long would it take you to double it again? (So you have £400) How would you do that?

Have a week full of wealth

Love

Jen Waller sig

PS Michael Neill, the editor of I Can Make You Rich (the book this week’s exercise comes from) and successful trainer, coach and author is coming to London this month.

The multi-millionaire, Paul McKenna credits Michael’s approach with the following results: “I become more happier in myself, more successful and to be blunt, I have simply made a lot more money!”

Come and see for yourself why he is described as “the finest success coach in the world today” at two one day events.

Make More Money Michael will focus on reinventing your relationship with money.

What if the only thing standing between you and all the money you’ll ever want or need is… you. Click HERE for full details.

A Day Of Transformative Coaching: A one-day event where Michael will demonstrate and teach the fundamentals of transformative coaching. This event is particularly for coaches who want to learn Michael’s coaching style, but anyone will benefit.

Visit the website for full details.

Both events are open to all. I’m due to be assisting on both days so if you attend one or both events do come up and say hello and let me put a face to your name :)

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Money Made Fun
by Michael Neill and Michelle Lisenbury Christendon

9 02 2009


Money Made Fun

With the media full of items about the economy it seemed a perfect time to include a recommendation in the resources section about money.

Michael Neill and Michelle Lisenbury Christendon have produced an 111 page ebook, containing ideas themes and experiments designed to create financial peace at any income. Using their years of experiences of working with thousands of people both as individual clients and in groups, Michael and Michelle share ways to making money fun. The electronic format means you can get the information within its page immediately without having to wait for any postal deliveries so that you can get started now and work at your own pace.

Click here for Money Made Fun: Creating Financial Peace on Any Income

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