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What are your children learning about $$$?

What are your children learning about $$$?

Here’s a question:
What emotional messages are your children receiving from you about prosperity?

Beyond what you are saying to them — what do you imagine they feel from you?

Scientists that study the brain often say, “Neurons that fire together, wire together.” This means that the information you communicate, consciously and unconsciously, AS WELL AS the emotional tone of that communication, are embedding into the nervous system of your growing people.

For example, many parents I work with often reflect that growing up, they knew their family didn’t have a lot of money – but it wasn’t from any explicit conversation or a look at an unbalanced checkbook. Rather it was the tone, the inflection, the emotions under the communication of money and prosperity that the child easily and clearly picked up on. If this sounds like the way you were raised, you’re not alone. And it may have impacted the way you see prosperity today.

So, with that said here are a few questions to chew on:

How do I hope my child(ren) wire emotionally around prosperity?

How will I communicate now so that healthy emotions and information about prosperity gets wired into their neurology?

What emotional messages are my children receiving from me about prosperity?

If these questions are stumping you, it’s likely you are not alone. These are BIG questions. I assure you that if you take the time to play with these, you will stumble on some new ways to help you and your family get where you want to go.

And if you’re really stuck – you can always email me. I’m here to help.

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What you appreciate appreciates, especially in family life

What you appreciate appreciates, especially in family life