Can I say, I struggled my first 2 years of my coaching business? I had successful baking and bookkeeping business in the past. Yet, there was something about branching out completely on my own that scared the shit out of me.
People were buying baked goods and my bookkeeping skills —> now…now they’re buying my knowledge.
Every time I branched out of my comfort zone, I self-sabotaged one way or another. Frustration hit because that I knew what to do, I couldn’t get myself TO DO IT. I spent the past year and half to study successful millionaires and the law of attraction. Which lead more to dive deeper into money mindset and positive psychology.
These are my favorite books that took me from lost to a healthy relationship with myself and my money. Allowing me to show up for myself and my business.
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by Abraham Hicks
This was one of the first books I ever read on money mindset and learning more about the law of attraction. It made me realize how much I was focusing on what I don’t want instead of what I do want, therefore attracting more of what I didn’t want. I got the Audible version which has some add on audio from events by Abraham Hicks.
by Jen Sincero
Okay, by far my most favorite book on the list. If you’re not easily offended by language and you love great real life stories that accompany the lessons, then this is the book for you. Sincero does a beautiful job on breaking down “woo woo” concepts to be easily digestible, actionable items that anyone can feel empowered to take on. This is one of those books after listening to the Audible version (which is hilariously read by the author, I HAD to get the physical book too. #booknerd
by T. Harv Eker
I loved this book because it made me realize that no action taken towards goals would work if you weren’t in the successful mindset. It made my first two and half years in this coaching business make sense.
Eker shares his stories of many failed businesses and what it took for him to change it all. It only furthered my belief that all that I went through in my first couple of years as a coach was a journey to get where I am today and teach mindset.
by Joe Vitale
You may recognize the author’s name from the movie, The Secret. What I loved about this book was it’s message that being wealthy and spirituality can be aligned. Gone are the ideals that to be righteous is to be poor and humble. Good people do great things with the right resources.
It’s our birthright to be wealthy so we give more to our community and uplift others. He calls it a manifesto but he gives you actionable steps towards becoming spiritually wealthy.
by Gary Keller
Although this book isn’t on money mindset per se, it definitely gets you into the millionaire CEO mindset. We often think that multi-tasking is the way to get more things done but coming from this overachieving, consistent multi-tasker, Type-A personality, that implementing what I’ve learned in this book, has sky-rocketed my productivity, kept me focused on my goals, and helped me make more money quicker. I cannot recommend this book enough!
Have you read any of these or do you recommend any not listed? Drop it in comments, I’d love to hear from you.