Every issue, whether professional or personal, is linked to this one thing.

If you haven’t manifested what you want, it’s because of this.

If you feel stuck, fear, or resistance… it’s because you haven’t embraced this.

It doesn’t matter who you are or how much success you’ve had or not had.

It doesn’t matter if you’re a parent out of balance or if money is scarce.

It all boils down to this…

You don’t truly believe that you get to have what you want.

Sure, maybe there are layers of beliefs bundled up in the issue.

Sure, you may have a ton of proof that it’s LITERALLY impossible to have what you want.

But you’d have a helluva shot at it if you decided that you were the kind of person who got to have what you wanted… no matter what!

It’s so easy to get caught up in sound bites that feel like truths. Like…

I’ve gotta work hard.
Life isn’t easy.
I’m too old.
I’m too young.
I don’t have the resources.
It’s never been easy for me.
Money doesn’t grow on trees.
I have health issues.
I don’t have help.

Strip any negative, lackful, or victimy statement down to its underwear and you’ve got the “I’m not worthy” belief. It’s that simple.

Now that we’ve got that straight, the solution is simple.

You’ve got to build your worthy muscle. Trust me, I’m still working out in the gym with this one.

For me, it’s realizing I can receive help without making sure I’ve given an equal or greater amount back. This means I can receive assistance from strangers and people who love me, without feeling guilty.

I also practice carving out time that’s all about doing the stuff that matters most to me.

In the mornings I do best if I write in my Speed Dial the Universe journal so I can prioritize my actions for the day and script out what my goals will look like when complete.
I used to let my mate, emails, and other junk get in my way, and then I’d be a martyr about it… and blame them.

It’s pretty funny that I’d get frustrated with other people taking away “my time.”

I’m the keeper of my time. I had to decide that it’s fine to focus on my stuff first, not last. I’m so much happier when I take care of me. I’m the only one who can truly take a stand for what’s important to me. It’s not anybody else’s job.

Many years ago it was pointed out to me that people who don’t honor my boundaries and requests are simply a mirror for me.

What? “Say more about that,” I requested. My friend, Maureen, explained that as soon as I truly honored myself and my time, others would do so too.

Oh, yeah! That’s what I teach people. Hello! Law of Attraction at its finest. I attracted more of what I gave my attention to… intrusions into my sacred time.

I could stomp my feet and shout to the world, “Let me do what’s important to me, and buzz off until I’m through!”

But it never worked until I truly believed that I was worthy of having that time without justifying it to other people.

Where in your life are you not understanding your worth?

If you’re not truly enjoying your wealth, health, relationships, and day-to-day life, I encourage you to be excellent. Decide that you are worthy of things and experience them, both big and small.

You are worthy of an abundance of love and fulfillment.

You are worthy of being catered to and supported.
You are worthy of wealth, the kind where you have more than you need.

You are worthy of a body that functions perfectly and looks great.

Your future isn’t up to anyone else. You don’t have to prove yourself. There’s not a secret key that only the cool kids get.

It’s about thinking outside of what has been.

It’s about expecting to be happy. Healthy. Whole.

It’s about seeing yourself as the one who does get to have the good stuff for no other reason than you want it.

And then you start letting the good stuff in… and acknowledging your part in bringing it in.

Get it? Got it. GOOD!

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