arms holding three books on blue blur backgroundMoney. You can love it, hate it, or not care about it that much.

But no matter what you think, feel, or believe about it: there’s no going around it. You have to deal with it, whether you want to or not.

That’s not always easy. If you’ve ever worried about money or struggled with it, you know exactly what that’s like. It sucks.

I certainly struggled with it myself. And I know that a lot of entrepreneurs are challenged by money every now and then, too.

Whether you’re struggling with money, hit your income ceiling, or want to explore (and improve) your relationship with money – these books may help and inspire you too:

Book #1:

10-Minute Money Makers: How to Easily Double Your Profits in Just 10 Minutes a DayJeanna Gabellini

“Your thoughts drive your decisions for your behaviors and actions. Practice a thought often enough and your behavior and actions will follow its lead.

For instance, if you constantly worry about not having enough money, you’ll create behaviors based on fear. You’ll play smaller. You’ll try to hang on to the money you have versus playing to win.

But if you decided that you were sick and tired of worrying about attracting enough money, you could intentionally practice empowering habits right now.”

A quote from the book 10-Minute Money Makers

In this book, Jeanna gives you 14 strategies to make more profit. Some strategies are super practical (“Offer past clients a deal.”)  Others are more spiritual (“Powwow with your higher self”)

Implementing the tips and advice Jeanna gives in her book changes your feelings, thoughts, beingness and actions around money. And you’ll experience more inner peace too. (If you implement it and stick to it, of course!!)

Very inspiring and well written. It’s a great book from a great coach & teacher. (I know that from personal experience too 😉

Book #2:

Money: A Love Story: Untangle Your Financial Woes and Create the Life You Really WantKate Northrub

This is what Kate says about the book herself:

“It is a uniquely kind and rollicking guide to getting your finances on track. It’s chock full of inspiring stories (including my own of getting into and out of $20,000 of credit card debt) and 29 eye and heart-opening exercises.”

It’s true. I read the book. It’s wonderful. And the exercises are indeed eye and heart-opening.

Even though the book is about money, the core message is really about love. About self-love, to be precise. Great message. Great book.

Book #3:

Get Rich, Lucky Bitch!: Release Your Money Blocks and Live a First Class LifeDenise Duffield Thomas

Another great mix of spiritual and practical tips and advice. With a healthy dose of swearing and cursing – which I personally find very refreshing.

(I drop some fucks, shits, and dammits every now and then, but it’s nothing compared to Denise 😉

This book focuses on internal money blocks. It gives lots of examples and exercises to find and transform those blocks.

Transformational stuff – again: if you really DO the exercises of course 😉

“One of the very common fears for women of becoming rich is that you will have your nose to the grindstone 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

That it will be such hard work that you probably shouldn’t bother. That your kids will suffer if you got richer.

Maybe you’re already rapidly approaching burnout and thinking ‘another 5, 10 years of this to get rich? I’ll never make it.’ “

A quote from the book ‘Get Rich, Lucky Bitch.’

Happy reading!

© 2014 Brigitte van Tuijl

 

 

 

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