More Money: How to Get More Money, Save More Money, Spend More Money, Give More and
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Copyright Christian Mickelsen & Future Force, Inc.
More Money: Session 3
Today is the final more money call. Today I have got a lot of good stuff to
share with you and I can‟t wait to get started to be honest with you. But,
before we jump in to the things that I would like to share with you, I would like for you to share some things with me. I would just like to hear from you if you have been participating on these calls whether live or listening
to the recordings, I‟d like to hear how your life has changed, or what you
have noticed, any inner fifth, any more peace of prosperity that have come
your way. Have you attracted new money in to your life? I‟d love to hear anyone‟s experience about what‟s happened for you just from what you‟ve
gotten so far from the first couple of calls.
One of our assignments for homework was thinking about money in general. I kind of went back to my childhood messages because I want to make lots and lots of money but childhood messages for me were I had grandparents who were super religious and money is the root of all evil
and those kinds of things. My parents weren‟t that way but that negativity
I guess about money still had an influence on me so I have been really kind of working at letting some of that go. When I reach my goals and do have lot
s of money it won‟t make me a bad person.
No, it‟s definitely not going to make you a bad person. Yeah. We‟re going
to clear some of that belief stuff today. Thank you for sharing. So yeah, your awareness about money and your past experience and family
growing up, it sounds like you‟ve had some greater awareness. Thank
you for sharing. Who else would like to share?
I‟ve really looked at my background with money and I came from a kind of
upwardly mobile middle class home as a child. I noticed with my father who was the bread winner, he always had money in his pocket. It seemed to come out of like nowhere. He would always have cash in his pocket. Of course, no one ever used credit cards back then in England. I realized tha
t I‟ve been kind of nonchalant about money. When I‟ve needed it, it has always been there. I‟ve had just in the background it‟s always nice to have more but I‟ve kind of been irresponsible about it by just not putting
much attention on it.
I‟ve been independent and supporting myself my whole life and I‟ve just had enough and I‟ve always been able to do the things I‟ve wanted to do and travel. I‟ve found, I call it sometimes manipulated ways to do things
without having money, and now at an older age I r
ealize that it‟s time to be
responsible about money instead of just securing my own future. At 63,