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What’s the number one lie you believe that you’re telling yourself? Mindset changes everything. Poor is a state of mind. Broke is temporary. It’s the cliché of you become what you think you are. You’re seeing your world a certain way and that’s what you’re creating.

So stop and think about that question I asked. I know I have the thought come across my head that I don’t deserve for my coaching business to be successful, certainly not wildly successful. This thought definitely crept in when 14 people in a row told me no to start the year off. Sometimes I believe it and it shows. My results start to tank. Then I realize I have to change my mindset again. It can be scary to think about how successful this is becoming. Doubt and fear creep in. Don’t give in, fight back.

Imagine what would happen if you paid attention to your finances, spiritual walk, physical health, intellectual health, social life, family life, and your career. Cast a dream and take the smallest action. Begin with the end in mind. Imagine where your finances would be if you changed your mindset to this.

Luke 14:28-30 (KJV) says, For which of you, intending to build a tower, sitteth not down first, and counteth the cost, whether he have sufficient to finish it? Lest haply, after he hath laid the foundation, and is not able to finish it, all that behold it begin to mock him, saying, This man began to build, and was not able to finish.” It starts with mindset. Begin with the end in mind. Have a plan. Don’t wonder through life without one. Have a plan to get out of debt, have an emergency fund, buy a home, and build a wonderful retirement. I want you to succeed. I want you to reach your dreams.

Action tops perfection. There is no perfect time, so take a small step of action. Need to get clear on your dream and create a plan? Call me. I would love to hear the vision you have for your future. We can work together to create a plan, get you over those mental barriers, while giving you the tools and the energy to get there!

My passion is finding out your ambitions and helping you put together a plan with your finances to make those dreams a reality. If you can accomplish your dreams on your own, then you aren’t dreaming big enough. To date, my clients have roughly paid off $150,000 in debt and they’re working towards their biggest, wildest dreams and beyond.

-Tyler Plageman


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