Chapter 16

This might not be surprising, but reaching your next income level when you’re in a plateau is about cutting back on all the ways you don’t feel totally in love with your life. That can be big things like the way you spend your time making money in your career or business, or it can be small ways you cut costs that weigh on you instead of feeling empowered. By getting clear on how to declutter the aspects of your life zapping your joy, you’ll better identify the ways you can connect with that next level.

Find Your Daily Joy

“In The Big Leap, Gay Hendricks, the New York Times bestselling author of Five Wishes, demonstrates how to eliminate the barriers to success by overcoming false fears and beliefs. Fans of Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle, Marianne Williamson, and The Secret will find useful, effective tips for breaking down the walls to a better life in The Big Leap.”

In The Genius Zone, Hendricks introduces his brilliant exercise, the Genius Move, a simple, life-altering practice that allows readers to end negative thinking and thrive authentically. By using the Genius Move, readers will learn to spend more of their lives in their zone of genius—where creativity flows freely and they are actively pursuing the things that offer them fulfillment and satisfaction.”

Cut Your Bad Money Habits

Why We Get Stuck in Bad Habits & How to Break The Habit Loop

“[L]earning to shape your habits is like developing a superpower.  And yet, when it comes to the question of how to do this, I find that there’s something missingsomething that makes all the difference when it comes to our ability to create new habits and disrupt old ones.

Forbes: Feeling Broke? Banish These 6 Bad Habits!

Situations happen, but how we choose to see our tough times will determine how strong we are and how soon we bounce back.  During your time of financial transition, you want to remain positive and productive. In order [to] get through and remain strong, here are few things you must stop doing.

These 7 Money Habits Keep You Stuck

Watch this video from Ramit Sethi as he covers 7 bad money habits to quit: [00:25] Ignoring money, [01:55] Asking $3 questions instead of $30K questions, [04:02] Playing defense with money, [05:44] Following invisible scripts, [08:37] Having generic goals, [11:18] Spending without a plan, and [14:43] Having a scarcity mindset.

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