I want to talk about something that I see come up so often for my clients within my program Money for Women Physicians. They want more money to make their lives and their family’s lives better, among many other amazing reasons. However, they also feel bad, guilty, or ashamed for wanting more money.
There is a very common belief that it’s impossible to be both rich and “good”, or rich as well as kind-hearted or generous. And it actually stops so many people from living the life they truly want. But the truth is, this is not a choice of either-or. You can be whatever kind of person you want to be, making as much money as you want.
Join me on the podcast this week to discover how all or none thinking gets into our psyche and stops us from achieving goals that we actually really want to achieve. I’m sharing how I see this come up for my clients, and how I help them get over this idea that they have to choose one or the other by seeing the balance that already exists in everyone and everything around us.
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What You’ll Learn from this Episode:
- Why thinking in terms of absolutes is so common.
- The specific thoughts I see popping up for my clients around their desire to make more money.
- Why it is possible to both have a lot of money and be a “good” person.
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