I am very excited to share with you this conversation I had earlier this week with the inspiring
Maggie Graham from Career Design and Coaching.
From the minute I read Maggie’s comment on my blog “How I will get you to do stuff” I knew I wanted to interview her. In her comment she said:
I am actually doing well with my financial organization. I think it’s because of the “story” element that you reference. I wanted to feel different about my money and I wanted to create a new story for myself about my capability and skill around money.
I thought right away: how inspiring !
So if you ever
take the time (35 minutes) and listen to – I mean really dive into – this deep and profound conversation that Maggie and I had around paperwork & money. As Maggie says: It is really rewarding to dig into it, because once you make changes in your behavior, it will show up in all the rest of your life.
01:30 Credentialing Gremlin?
05:00 Was she prepared to be self-employed?
06:50 She calls it “magical thinking” and why it does not serve us
08:45 The major steps to overcome and to start the journey
10:00 Maggie’s turning point and what that has to do with diet
13:00 What important exercise she does with her own clients
14:00 How the mindset has to change first
15:45 It’s a process, there is no magic pill
18:10 Maggie’s routines that keep her on track
19:15 How your habits around paperwork and money can have a bad effect on your clients
21:20 The canary in the coal mine: What falling out of your routine is signalling to you
22:25 What influence the mess in your finances has on the rest of your life
23:00 Two reasons why people are not willing to tackle their paper and financial problem
26:00 The game changer in the whole process
28:00 Is there a difference between women and men?
30:50 Maggie’s #1 tip
32:20 Finally: the best and most important benefit of the journey
Now over to you, what is your situation with paperwork and money, what is your story around it? Are you aware that your behavior and habits can have a bad effect on your clients? Leave a comment below and be part of the conversation.
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