Deciding For Cash

Deciding For Cash

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7 day series, Deciding, Wealth


Start Date: Saturday, February 24, 2018
End Date: Friday, March 2, 2018
Includes: 7 daily calls
Length: 04:53:38

As we've often said, the manifestation of cash is one of the easiest things you can ever do.

In this series of 7 daily conversations along with your delicious questions and our powerful answers, we invite you to decide that this is as easy as we assert it to be.

To begin, let us restate that cash and money are not the same.

In our conversations, we define what you have, what you amplify, and what you use as CASH.

What you work for, worry about, regret, and hope will get better is MONEY.

Cash exists and has tangible form; money does not.

You may have, in the past, spent a lot of time convincing yourself that you must, in fact, work very hard to earn whatever money you're lucky enough to cobble together.

You may have, in the past, spent a lot of time trying very hard to work at validating your actions so that you would deserve whatever money you're lucky enough to make.

You may have, in the past, spent a lot of time endeavoring to manage and handle whatever money you were lucky enough to make and then hold onto.

While any or all of these may be true, you might notice how very hard all of this has been.

Making money, as we've often said, is very hard, indeed.

It is designed to be so since, in essence, you are dealing with nothing when you deal with money.

However, since the manifestation of cash is simply an extension of your desire taking a tangible form, it is quite easy and is, by its nature, designed to be so.

When you decide for cash, you're simply deciding for something you already have.

The decision for cash is the decision to amplify, not make or do.

You very well might end up doing things that look like making or doing.

But, like the cash that manifests in response to your decision and intention, the making or doing is just an extension of a thought.

When you try to make money, as a project unto itself, you are pushing against what you have.

And this effort yields very little. We don't, however, need to tell you that. You likely have an abundance of experience that already proves this idea.

And as this series of conversations unfold, we invite you to be part of the experience, as it pleases you to do, and to remind yourself that what you intend is yours to have and the decision for that intention is really quite simple, indeed.

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