Posts Tagged money

Busting the Myth of Making Money From Your Gifts

This is a bit awkward to say from someone who has been telling people to use their gifts to live their purpose for so many years, but here we go.

Money doesn’t come from your gifts. It doesn’t come from your purpose either. It comes from God, often from unexpected sources.

If you make money from your gifts, it means a few things.

First, you’re trading your time for money. It’s an approach that is not very scalable.

Second, you may be unconsciously restricting your income sources to your purpose.

If you put Purpose ahead of Money, then it constrains your income and constrains your impact.

Furthermore, it places your purpose in service to your clients first and in service to God second, if at all.

It ties your purpose to money.

You definitely should be rewarded for the value you give to others, but what if your purpose was untainted by money?

What would you do differently?

Purpose ahead of money often becomes a money-driven purpose.

Is that starting to feel wrong?

Since you need money to survive and are often struggling financially, money affects and limits most of your decisions and your overall path.

Be careful not to get lost in the means of achieving your mission!

Someone also pointed out that by placing purpose ahead of money, since he didn’t know his purpose, he got stuck and did nothing.

Let me suggest a different approach.

Place God first, Money second and Purpose third, in that very specific order.

Trading your gifts for money definitely isn’t the only way to earn money. There’s currently a …Read More

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God, Money and Purpose

I think this is going to be one of the most important articles I’ve written to date, that will connect all the dots together. Think about this for a second. If you have God in your life, and you have money in your life, everything else gets taken care of. Can you think of anything that wouldn’t get taken care of?

By God, I will include all of the Inner Alchemy healing work. By Money, I will include all types of resources, although money is what gives access to 90% of all other resources. By purpose, I’m talking about the work you’re doing in this physical world.

In business, it is known that people are motivated by either of 3 things: money, lifestyle, or purpose. Now, if you set God first, Money second, and Purpose third, it finally resolves the duality between putting money or purpose first!

What happens if you place Purpose first? You see that a lot in non-profit organizations. They do a little bit of good work, and then run out of money and cannot scale their impact. If they can gain any traction at all. Many people have all the best intentions and never lift off the ground.

For years, I thought I was teaching people how to connect to their soul purpose, but years later, most are still struggling to even get started into their purpose. It wasn’t purpose we were working on, it was their connection to God and their inner healing, which in fact is always your …Read More

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Partial Alignment Isn’t Enough

In the coaching world, many coaching are being told by their mentor that they’re good enough and they’re ready in spite of their self-doubts. I’m here to tell you otherwise. Let me explain.

The coaching industry is very large. Billions of dollars are being spent into coaching every year. Yet, when it really comes down to it, the coaches are all doing the same thing over and over again, bringing new clients in and moving to the next, but without really moving forward into any meaningful vision or purpose. Sure, helping clients is nice, but that’s not nearly enough.

One of the main problem is that everybody must down-level themselves to the paradigm of their clients in order to serve them. In doing so, they stay stuck in the same old paradigms and try to improve upon something that must be changed altogether. In today’s context, that means all these coaches will suffer the same fate as the clients they’re trying to help: their foundation will crumble and they’ll be swept by the flow of life.

Now, some do have a greater purpose. However, all of the most known consciousness coaches have only 40% to 45% alignment with God. Why? Because they are more committed to their clients than they are committed to serving God. They operate from their clients’ paradigm, partly to be able to relate to them. This makes sense business-wise, but in the long run, leads to running in circles while not going anywhere.

To name a few, Bob Proctor has …Read More

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Clearing Haunted Houses

Does anyone know of owners of haunted houses who would be willing to pay to get it restored, or know anything of the sort? Ideally, difficult cases where other healers and exorcists have failed. I can definitely resolve this sort of situations. Many haunted houses are left as is because such work can be dangerous for the exorcists and their families; and I’ve dealt with much worse. It is safer to do such work remotely, and I could do it while drinking my morning coffee.

This is an area where there is definitely good money to be made if done right. Anyone can broker such a deal.

Think of it. Take a million dollar haunted house. Restoring it for 2-5% of its value is an easy sell for anyone with any basic sales skills. I take 2% ($20k), you take 1% ($10K), the house is restored, and there really isn’t much work to do at all. You want easy money? Brokering such a deal may be a way. 1 or 2 such contracts would get my finances in a solid position.

Because the idea is so good, I figured the best way would be to just leave it into the hands of anyone who wants to make some good money; perhaps even you. Local churches are often the first ones being called on such matters so that’s a good place to start looking. There just aren’t many local churches in Thailand where I am currently located. This can be anywhere around the world.

In …Read More

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Outgrowing Backpacking

I’ve considered myself a backpacker for 13 years and I want to share my experience as to what it gave me and the pitfalls of it. I’m mostly writing this article to turn the page into a new chapter of my life, and if someone else gets value from it, then so be it.

First, I’m being very careful not to use the word ‘transcending’. Transcending means to avoid something. Whenever you transcend something, such as transcending sexuality or transcending money, you disconnect from a part of yourself. Here I will talk about outgrowing, which is taking what works about something and correcting the aspects that no longer serve me.

Ever since I was 19, I have been traveling all around the world. I lived in Finland, Sweden, France, Spain, Hungary, Thailand, Peru, Colombia, Mexico and Canada, and traveled to Norway, Denmark, Germany, Czech Republic, Belgium, Andorra, Portugal, Italy, Laos, Myanmar, Belize, China and United States. I speak French, English, Spanish, Thai, a little bit of Swedish and a few words of a bunch of other languages. You can consider that I’m an experienced traveler and I know what I’m talking about. For those who think I’m lucky, this has nothing to do with luck. I simply made the decision.

Let’s about about what I got from such travels. I got to learn many different cultures that have ways of thinking, beliefs and values that are completely different from anything I had ever seen back home. This stretched my mind into new ways …Read More

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