Are you willing to do what it takes for the life that you want?

Hello Reader,

When I decided to make more money so I could have the freedom to live the lifestyle of my dreams, I realized I wasn't willing to do what it took to have this.


  • Facing up to my current financial situation
  • Being honest about my part in contributing to this
  • Learning how to improve my current financial situation
  • Opening my mind to consider other perspectives about money
  • And the clincher...allowing myself to believe, even just a tiny bit, that I had what it took to make the money I want

I wanted to get rich quickly and easily. Money had always come easily to me when I was growing up. But as an adult, my financial situation was dramatically different. You may have heard my story about getting into massive debt, losing my job, and having no income while having a family to support.

I was arrogant too. Sometimes our accomplishments in school and at work make it even harder for us to accept we suck at mastering our money. I mean, how hard can it be to understand that 1 + 1 = 2?

What I didn't know was that money isn't just 1 + 1 = 2.

Often, it can't even be boiled down into a simple equation.

Money is loaded with our stories, past events, beliefs, drama, fears, uncertainties, and insecurities.

It wasn't until I understood my relationship with money and the beliefs and stories driving my actions around money that I could take concrete actions to change that relationship and improve my financial situation.

If you want to learn how to master your money, your first step is to master your relationship with money.

If this is something you want to learn about yourself, then come to my workshop, 'Financial Confidence for Women' happening this Thursday, 4 April, at 8 PM GMT+8.


See you soon.


Sharon Singh Sidhu

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