I have discovered some essential truths about money in the last twenty years for myself and my clients. Here are three key findings:
The first is that money is a form of energy. Everything in the Universe is in the form of energy. We are surrounded by energy; it’s infinite and it must flow.
In the visible world, objects appear solid. For example, if you were to hold something in your hand, although it appears to be solid, the object is actually made up of tiny particles of energy.
Our entire biological system―including all of the cells in our body―rely upon energy. Without energy, there is no life.
There are other forms of energy that exist, such as time and the energy expended by physical activities like swimming, jogging, etc. The connection of money to time and physical energy is through their exchange. That old expression “time is money” and “money is time” relates to the exchange of money for your time and effort.
By viewing money as energy and understanding that energy is infinite, money and energy are, therefore, infinite. As such, the flow of money is infinite.
The second is that money flows to you through people. For entrepreneurs money flows to you from your clients and customers.
The third and essential finding is that the flow of money has to be directed through open channels. This means that as an entrepreneur it’s important for you to have in place various ways that the money can flow to you from your clients and customers.
Here are some tips on the 3 areas that you’ll want to create or have in place to welcome the flow of money.
- Revenue streams: it’s important to have in place various revenue streams or channels for your clients and/or customers to choose from. This includes offering the right programs, services, products and resources to your target market and ideal clients. The number and depth of your offerings will depend on where you are on your entrepreneurial journey (start-up to seasoned). The critical piece here is that you are crystal clear on your target market and ideal clients so that you are strategically positioned within your niche.
- Receiving payments: It’s also important to have various ways that you can receive payments in person and virtually. While PayPal is an acceptable form of receiving payments, it’s best to provide your clients and customers with more choices, including setting up a merchant account to accept credit cards directly online and in person as well as having handy mobile readers such as Square for easy payments.
- Setting yourself up for success: Without a doubt having the right revenue streams and payment mechanisms are key ways to ensure that your money channels are open.
Yet there’s one even more critical piece that is a game-changer—Charging & Getting Paid What You’re Worth! This includes having a fresh perspective on your value and the value of your offerings, confidently stating your fees with grace and ease, and discovering easy pricing and packaging strategies so you can handle any pricing situations with ease and integrity.
So if you’re ready to welcome more money flow and know that you can benefit from a dramatic shift in creating money breakthroughs, charging and getting paid what you’re worth, or creating a business breakthrough in one specific area, then be sure to take advantage of applying for my complimentary 30-minute private Difference Maker Strategy Session by clicking here
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She is a best-selling author of Money, Manifestation & Miracles: 8 Holistic Principles for Transforming Women’s Relationship with Money, and has been featured on television, radio, print and online.
She is a former executive who managed 8-figure public sector budgets that created major initiatives for social impact.
As CEO & Founder of her company Power With Soul, Meriflor combines her expertise on women’s relationship with money and her 15-year executive experience in leadership, business strategy and social impact for phenomenal results.
Meriflor is honored to serve women entrepreneurs who are or aspire to be global “difference makers” via a financially rich and successful business—leveraging money and business as a powerful force for good in the world.
She is a recipient of the prestigious Amethyst Award for Excellence and Outstanding Achievement from the Government of Ontario, Canada.