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Sharon Singh Sidhu

I help women overcome financial anxiety and be financially secure. Certified MAP Practitioner & Leadership Trainer. Mindfulness Advocate. Journaling Enthusiast.

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Hello Reader, It's easy to get all excited when you're starting something new, like a side hustle. You dream of making it big like the people you see online. You invest in all the fancy tools, create courses, get ready to scale, and leverage your time in anticipation of the hundreds of clients and customers you expect to have. Only to discover it takes a lot more than you thought. It took me years to learn this expensive lesson. But when I did, I decided to streamline everything and focused...

3 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, My kids and I were talking about how so many of Taylor Swift's and Beyoncé's songs aren't that good. Sorry if you're a fan! We love their music, but they have quite a few songs that just aren't that good. But those that were hits? Those became huge and made them the megastars they are today. I recently ran a workshop that didn't do as well as I'd expected. But one great thing that happened? I got fantastic feedback and data points to improve on the next one. Maybe I'll let it...

10 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, There will always be scary financial situations no matter how much money you make. The more money you make the bigger the scale of financial scary moments. Regardless of where you are financially, being able to handle scary financial challenges is the key to becoming financially successful. Because it means you never let money control your actions. You're always clear-headed, no matter how scary the financial challenge is. I make way more money now than I used to, and I still...

14 days ago • 1 min read

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. Like: 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...

15 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, Worries about money used to keep me up at night. I'd wake up in the middle of the night worrying about money. Money worries would be the first thing I'd think about when I woke up. I worried about the higher electricity bill from the extra air-conditioning unit when my kids started sleeping in separate rooms. I'd even fret about the less energy-efficient aircon unit. It seems trivial now when I look back, but it didn't feel trivial then. It was a real, practical problem because...

16 days ago • 2 min read

Hello Reader, Conventional financial advice is outdated and incomplete. It ignores the root cause of why most people still struggle with money: Not being aware of and understanding their relationship with money. Your relationship with money includes all your stories, beliefs, and values about money. It's formed by what the people around you said or did about money when you were growing up. It continues to be shaped by the people around you now and your own encounters with money. Without being...

17 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, Someone shared on LinkedIn recently that she didn't want to continue growing her business.Growing her company would have meant she had to get into a competitive headspace.She said it would lead her to become money-oriented.And she wanted to be mission-oriented instead. Society has conditioned us to believe if you're money-oriented, you can't be mission-oriented, and vice versa. But why do you have to be either one or the other?Why not be both money-oriented and...

18 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, It's really hard to be creative about achieving financial success when you feel like you're going under...drowned by bills and financial obligations. If you're struggling financially, your priority is to get your head above water. There are tons of resources available to help you with that. Here's what I did when I found myself in a 6-figure business debt, with no income, a mortgage, a car loan, and a young family to provide for. Sent the word out to my network that I needed a...

18 days ago • 2 min read

Hello Reader, Mainstream financial advice tells you to: Save for a rainy day Live within your means Get rid of credit card debts Work hard to make more money Budget and track all your expenses Invest and take advantage of compounding It's overwhelming. What does it all mean?Where do you even start? It's no wonder many women feel intimidated at the thought of mastering their finances. When I started my journey to improve my financial life, I researched everything - Budgeting, debt, investing,...

19 days ago • 1 min read

Hello Reader, These 2 simple techniques have helped me become financially successful: Mindfulness Journaling You may wonder what these warm, fuzzy things have anything to do with cold, hard, cash.On the surface, it seems like nothing much. But what if I asked you what was one thing you did with money that you regretted?What did you do?Why do you regret it? Your answer will reveal a little bit about your relationship with money.These are hardly the items that make it into your spreadsheet or...

20 days ago • 1 min read
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