I was supposed to wake up today at 3am to catch a 5:45am flight home from Seattle, where I attended Creative Live. I was jolted awake at 3:55am by the phone ringing. It was the hotel front desk telling me that my car had arrived 15 minutes ago and was waiting for me.
Aaaaah! Adrenaline-infused packing, dressing, and teeth-brushing ensued. I managed to get out the door in 5 minutes and arrived just barely on time for my flight, feeling triumphant yet addled.
My financial life used to feel like this. I managed to sleep through many an alarm throughout my early and mid-twenties.
I was racking up credit card debt, going into overdraft on my checking account on a regular basis, and not ever waking up enough to pay attention to how much I was spending compared with how much I was making.
When I was forced to deal with my money around tax time or when I realized I was a week late paying my credit card again, I felt the same way I did this morning: running around trying to catch a flight, having started an hour behind.
Luckily, over the past several years I’ve changed my financial reality significantly.
Instead of feeling like I’m rushing to catch a flight while my belongings dangle precariously out of my speedily packed carry-on, my money life feels more like a leisurely trip to the airport in a town car, followed by sipping a delicious latte in the premier access club before boarding with a first-class ticket.
There are times in life when running late and feeling like a spaz is just going to happen. But, when it comes to your money, this doesn’t have to be your overall reality anymore.
I’ve created a new course to teach you exactly what I did to pay off my debt, increase my income by over 400%, and finally feel like I have it together when it comes to money.
The course starts March 25th and it’s super affordable.
You can find all the details and register here: Click Here
You’ve got important things to do in your life and financial spazziness won’t help you do them. Slumbering well beyond your financial wake-up time not only doesn’t do you any good, it also prevents you from fully offering your gifts to the world.
Let this email be your 3am phone call alerting you that your car is waiting. I’m the sweet lady at the front desk telling you it’s time to wake up. Today can be the last day that you sleep through your alarm and frantically stuff your things in a bag while trying to brush your teeth simultaneously, all the while freaking out.
I’m so looking forward to having you join me on the journey. Your first-class ticket on Money Love Air awaits.
Thanks for reading — I’m gonna go back to reveling in the fact that I caught my flight now :)
P.S. Take a moment to be honest with yourself: Is it time for you to get it together financially? Money Love can help. Find out more by clicking HERE.
P.P.S. Here’s a sneak peek: When it comes to a healthy relationship with money, the feeling is way more important than the external details — in Money Love, we’ll explore how to feel the abundance of riding in a town car and flying first-class whether that’s your current “reality” or not.