How to Fire Up Your Money Magnet

Are you ready to get moving?

Today’s tip for raising your Prosperity Consciousness will get you out of your seat and leave you feeling clean and light and free—like you’re paragliding naked in the rain.

You’ll feel the energy start to wiggle and move immediately.


Extra help:

1.  Set a timer for 10 minutes and don’t stop till it dings.

2.  Or, commit to 27 things at a time.  Don’t stop till you’ve rounded up 27.

You’ll understand when you’ve seen the video.  Promise.

Enjoy this journey!  Every day one step closer to your destination.


Abundance is a renewable resource.  (Tweet that!)

I’m curious.  Did anything come up for you during this process?  Did you embrace it with gusto, or did you find some resistance?

Leave a comment below and share your experience.  I’d love to know how this landed.

Until next time!


P.S.  If you’d like a transcript of this video, click here.

Tip Jar

Let’s build some momentum!

In today’s video, I’ll be sharing Tip #2 for how to raise your Prosperity Quotient.

I love this tip for it’s practicality and it’s measurability.

But I love it even more for the energy and positive intention it builds around money.

So go ahead.  I dare you to raise your Prosperity Quotient and see where it takes you!

Remember:  It’s not about the money!  It’s about the messages you are sending to the Universe! (Tweet that.)

If you haven’t taken the PQ Quiz, do it NOW!  Click here to take the quiz and get personalized results, plus more strategies to keep the PQ train barreling down the tracks.

And be sure to leave a comment below and share your best strategy for saving.


The First Thing to Do to Build Prosperity

I have an idea!

How about ten quick tips that will help you raise your Prosperity Quotient.  In 3 minutes or less!  On video!  Oh, yeah!

Short and sweet and designed to get you closer to abundance and financial ease.

Oh, yeah.

What’s PQ and why should I raise it, you ask?

Your Prosperity Quotient scores your ability to make and keep the amazing money you deserve by doing the work your were meant to be doing in the world.

It’s like your IQ, only it has to do with your money intelligence.

And it’s totally different from your IQ in that there are specific things you can do to raise it.

To get on your way to a higher PQ, watch the (short and sweet) video now.

And if you don’t know what your PQ is, click here to take the PQ Quiz.



Do me a favor and share this video with anyone you know who might struggle with indecision.

Thanks so much, and see you next week!

Better Than French Toast!

“Ruthlessly prioritize.”   —Paula Pant


Ruthlessly prioritize is another way of saying, “Get on the no train”  (Marie Forleo).

How often do we, as women, say no with gusto?

I implore you….learn to say no.  (It’ll change your life!)

And…it get’s easier with practice.

Eventually, saying no is better than French toast with real maple syrup from Vermont.

Saying no can be THAT good.

Think of it as choosing yourself.

Choosing yourself doesn’t mean you’re selfish.

It doesn’t mean you’re unhelpful or unkind or out to hurt someone’s feelings.

It doesn’t mean you’ll let someone down.

(In fact, saying no can often be of more service to another person than saying yes would be.  Sometimes hearing no turns out to be a gift.  Right, Mick Jagger?)

Choosing yourself by saying no means you take care of yourself.

It means you know what you want and you intend to get it.

It means you’re living your life on your terms.  And allowing others to do the same.

What does saying no have to do with making amazing money?

In her fabulous book, Overcoming Underearning, Barbara Stanny writes about the ten traits of chronic underearners.

Trait Number 6…”Underearners are codependent. …People who don’t value themselves easily slip into codependence, putting everyone else’s needs before their own. …Codependence creates victims.”

Codependent people don’t know how to say no because they don’t value themselves.

People who don’t value themselves stay stuck in a place of never enough money.

After all, if you don’t value yourself, and the work you do in the world, how can you expect anyone else to value you or your work?  How can you charge money for something you don’t value?

I know plenty about being in that place of never enough, so that’s why I’ve boarded the No Train.  Woot! Woot!  All aboard!

We’re embarking on a journey to someplace else.  The place of more than enough.

Care to join me in the lounge car?

(Say, “Yes!”)


Saying No to the Wrong Things

Not long ago, I was rebranding and twiddling the knobs of my website and my coaching business.  I realized that I was good at saying no to some things, but not others.

Saying no is so much easier when you’re fully committed to the things you want to achieve.

Until you commit, you waffle.  (Tweet it!)

And achievement doesn’t have to be pointed at only one thing.  You might even say no to everyone else’s definition of achievement and yes to your own personal definition.

My work/life balance got all off-kilter, and I realized that I’d been saying no to some of the things that make me happiest—spending time on mountains, daily sweat, consistent writing practice, making stuff (coconut curries and hand-spun yarn and cucumber and sunflower gardens), knitting with girlfriends.


I’d been saying no to the wrong things.  I’d been saying no to the things that make me happy that don’t necessarily have to do with achievement.

Unless you consider harvesting 17 squash on any given day an achievement.


And I got sucked into some mindless things that don’t move my story forward to the place I want it to go—the news, black holes on the internet, sleeping too late, spending time with the wrong people.

I think that’s where the ruthless comes in in “Prioritize ruthlessly.”

Choose yourself every day.

Ruthless means choose yourself EVERY DAY.  Then surgically remove those other things that creep in. They seem harmless enough, even entertaining, but you know they steal time from the things that matter.

Every day is an opportunity to rebrand.

Today, I’m rebranding my time!  I’m reclaiming it as my own.

I’ll say no to the things that don’t matter and don’t make me happy.

I’ll say no to the things that don’t move my life in the direction of my dreams.

And I’ll say no to other people’s timetables, to comparing my progress with anyone else’s progress.

I’m saying yes to making my priorities non-negotiable.

That doesn’t sound selfish.  That sounds better than French toast.


What will you say no to today?

Leave a comment below and tell us…what will you say no to and where is your No Train going?