Olivia talks to Lyn and Ann – a couple who are both employed in the creative fields and who have not followed the traditional route to building a wealth portfolio. Lyn and Ann kindly shared how investing in Olivia and Simon’s Financial Freedom Day and learning one another’s ‘Money Type’, has deepened their relationship and opened up a new and exciting future of financial freedom.
‘Learning our 'Money Type’ has given us a way to understand one another in our relationship, as well as a shared language for us to use when talking about money’ ~ Natalie Fennell Olivia talks to Natalie – a business owner and virtual assistant – who kindly shared how...
We love nothing more than hearing positive and inspirational stories – the one below comes from the delightful Carole Robinson …
I’ve never thought about Money itself having expectations of me or the other way around, for that matter, but when I stopped to think I realised, I expect a LOT.
Olivia’s message landed and invited me to consider how I will create value for myself and others in the weeks ahead. It stopped me in my tracks, and I took a bit of time to think about what value means to me right now and what it might mean to my clients. I realised that what I truly value is being listened to…
Today’s Message from Money – ‘How does your soul want to spend the weekend?’ – came on a Friday morning just before the weekend. A few of my friends and work colleagues had been asking, ‘what are you going to be doing at the weekend’ and the truth was I had nothing planned that could easily answer this question in a way that was digestible to others.
We all know that we need to step into another’s shoes to see the world from other people’s perspectives from time to time, but how easily we can forget when we are in the heat of the fire.
Messages from Money reflections: “Money is actually inviting me to let go of money in order to grow”
The Message from Money was an invitation to grow, learn and develop, and to not be constrained by my comfort zone! How timely!
Whether that’s a particular food that isn’t good for us that we stubbornly keep eating or a resentment that keeps us stuck in the past and unable to enjoy our present (see my previous blog about Dennis and the White Parrot!), resisting something does the contrary job of keeping it intensely alive within us.