Tag Archives: limiting beliefs

Writers’ Block – Waiting for Inspiration

I’ve seen many, many writers who believe they need to be inspired in order to actually sit down and write. Or that they need inspiration to write a great piece of art. Here’s the tale of someone who things along … Continue reading

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The Success Experiment

Today, I’m starting a new series here on the blog. Together we’ll explore at least a dozen typical blocks to success, from the perspective of a writer. And of course, I’ll give you some tapping pointers to work through each … Continue reading

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The Money Experiment: Rich People Raise Bad Kids

You probably heard of the “Affluenza Kid”. This young man caused the death of four people in a drunk driving accident. The judge sent him to in-house therapy rather than jail, giving him a 10 year probation. The reason behind … Continue reading

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The Money Experiment – Money is Hard to Earn

We’ve all heard those phrases: “Money doesn’t grow on trees.” “You gotta work hard, son.” And so on and so forth. I’m sure you’re familiar with them. And yet… that’s just another one of those beliefs we learn as kids. … Continue reading

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The Money Experiment

Today, I’m starting an experiment. It’s from my own point of view, of course, but it’s also something that affects many, many authors. I know that it’ll be challenging, and sometimes, it might even be ugly. It’s also necessary. I’m … Continue reading

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