Tangible Wealth

Tangible Wealth

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7 day series, Wealth


Start Date: Saturday, April 20, 2024
End Date: Friday, April 26, 2024
Includes: 7 daily calls
Length: 07:05:23

The entire point of manifesting wealth is what you can do with it.

Cultural conversations about money do abound and they tend to skew towards the abstract.

In this series of 7 daily conversations, we invite you to consider your personal and specific idea of what it means to hold in hand the cash that is tangible wealth.

1. Tangible wealth. We begin by reminding you that wealth is entirely yours in the imagining and that when you're ready, you can manifest it in tangible form which is usually cash dollars, pounds, euro, or whichever currency floats your boat.

2. This isn't a conversation about currency. You might think, at first blush, that this series would be about currency. While currency is tangible and delicious to have, hold, spend, and give away, you almost always now consider tangible wealth to be numbers on a screen.

3. What do you want to do with your wealth? Beyond the numbers on a screen, there are ways you go about in the world and spend your cash using currency notes, plastic cards, and devices. This is fun and utterly delightful and we invite you to spend time noticing this.

4. There is nothing to defend. When it comes to tangible wealth, you may be thinking of it as a solution to a problem or a safety net that will protect you. By the time you're here with us, those approaches likely no longer work. We invite you to consider how it is that cash manifests and from whence it arises.

5. Work is not the medium of manifestation. You may still be thinking that you have to do something to make money. This makes sense as it is an idea you've likely long cultivated. We invite you to think more broadly.

6. Enough means more. When we suggest that you tell yourself that you have enough, it's possible you think that enough means no more when, in fact, it means a continuing state of enough and plentitude.

7. Giving up means allowing yourself to have. When you give up on your pushing and pulling to make money, you will likely be quite delighted by how much you are capable of having.

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