What would you like for dinner?
A common question.
What are my options?
A common response.
How much money would you like to make?
What kind of marriage would you like?
Where would you like to live?
What kind of and how many friends would you like?
Not such common questions.
Because we don't believe we have options.
Most of us are just allowing life to happen to us because we don't know that something else is available.
If you grew up in a wealthy family, you probably believe it's normal to have a lot of money, and because you think it's normal, your brain is calm and certain and leads you to take the actions to create wealth. Easy.
But if you grew up in a low-income family, you might believe that not having money is normal and that making a lot of money is hard, takes a lot of time, or even immoral and greedy. And so, your brain will prevent you from taking action to create wealth.
We do everything this way. Money mindset is just an easy example.
Our brains like familiarity.
Familiarity means safety.
Familiarity also means staying the same.
In order to have different results, we have to think, feel, and act differently.
The question is, do you like your normal?
Have you ever even questioned it?
Do you like your normal for eating, playing, working?
How about the way you talk to others or the way they speak to you?
Do you like the way you feel on a daily basis?
It might be normal, but would you consciously choose this normal if you had a choice?
Have these options been passed down to you from previous generations?
Have you ever questioned them?
Maybe a little.
Maybe you came from a low-income family, and you want to do better, but how much better?
Can you allow your brain to stretch?
What if you could live anywhere in the world?
What if you could make any amount of money you want?
What if you could have an intimate, loving, romantic relationship?
What if you could build a new family culture? What would it look like?
Safe, accepting, loving, fun?
What if it's not too late, no matter what stage of life you're in?
What if the best is yet to come?
Do you feel that?
That feeling deep down in your chest that's bubbling up.
It's called possibility.
At any time, you can create a new normal, and your brain will go to work to make it happen.
I did it, and so can you.
And It's easier than you think.
Schedule your free one-hour consultation, and let's make it happen.