On God and Money

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I get a lot of questions about God and money. Many people struggle with the question of asking for money from God and feeling greedy, even guilty. Most have heard the phrase, “Money is the root of all evil.” That’s actually a misquote from the Bible.

Here’s my take on this topic.

Blessings to you!

Kamin

 

 

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The Power of Your Subconscious Mind

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“The Power of Your Subconscious Mind” by  Joseph Murphy was a tremendous help to me when I needed to learn how to change my thoughts. This book is one of my all time favorites.

You can learn about how to change relationships, money, health and more.

Let me know what you think. Enjoy!

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On Losing a Job

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This is a story of someone who lost a job and how we worked to find her a new one that resonated with who she truly is.

Please enter you comments and questions below. I’d love to hear from you.

Blessings,

Kamin

 

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Mistakes Career Women Make Climbing the Corporate Ladder

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One focus throughout my corporate career has been on advancement and learning the promotion process. I have wondered why others, especially women, weren’t as interested in and/or willing to move up the ladder to attain more responsibility and make more money.

I realized over the years that there wasn’t a lot of specific training for women on the mindset it takes and the process to follow to advance their careers. Many women must overcome societal and cultural conditioning they may have ...

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Okay Women, It’s time to get promoted!

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There’s been so much in the news lately about the gender pay gap between men and women. And recently, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella received criticism for his comments at a women’s computer science conference for saying that it’s good Karma for women not to ask for a raise.

Prior to that statement, he spoke about how HR systems are long-term efficient, short-term inefficient, meaning that over time, you’ll get the right compensation. While that can happen, it doesn’t always. The challenge ...

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Lessons from Paddle Tennis

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This morning I had my second lesson with my new paddle tennis coach, Gino. This is a new adventure for me and my husband. We’ve walked by the Venice Paddle Tennis courts for years and are now finally participating.

As I watched my husband in his lesson and how Gino was coaching him, I saw so many analogies to how I work with my clients and how my coach, the amazing Steve Chandler, works with me. My husband is an athlete ...

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Now What?

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I recently received an email from a wonderful woman I’m working with on getting a new job. She’d completed the first assignments and asked now what? This is part of my response that you might find helpful as well.

Just keep doing the wealth exercises. We’re working on your vibration now to own that you are (and you are) worthy of this position. So do this…say the word “Wealth” inside and ask yourself, what would it feel like to have this ...

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