143: How to Get More Money With LOA - Betsy Pake

143: How to Get More Money With LOA


Episode 143: This is from a listener question about making more money!

Here’s the question:
I recently began working with the LOA (maybe 2 or 3 months) but I’ve known about the principle for years. I’ve always been more into the woo-woo side of things, but for some reason, this never resonated with me until now.

The thing is.. I’m trying to make more money, of course. For all the awesome reasons we all want money: freedom,  security, travel, charity work, buying pretty things, and I’ve been trying to focus on what money will bring rather than the money itself. And trying to clear money blocks, and using forgiveness and improving my relationship with money.

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But I’ve been reading so much about this and sometimes contradictory thing (or maybe I just don’t get it yet?). Should I focus on what I want or just tell the universe I want it and forget about it? I hear about writing my goals and what I want, and scripting, and to-do lists for the universe, but then I hear that if you release and forget it then it will come to you.. I don’t want to get discouraged but I don’t know how to proceed.

Should I work harder at it? Or work less?
I need help!

Thanks for emailing in your question!

x, Betsy


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By day you can find me digging deep into the unconscious beliefs and identity of my clients so they can move past self-sabotage and lack of confidence and gain traction in their career and life.

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