5 Ways you repel money in your business

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I know you are going to look at me and say, “I started my business to make more money, why would I actually repel it?!” 


Well, it’s human nature to repel money. You tend to do it without really thinking about it. 


There could be a handful of reasons why you do repel money. 


Let’s look at some of them. And since you really started your business to make money, you may try to tell me that these reasons don’t make a lot of sense. 


And if they don’t make sense, then can you tell me that you are making more money in your business than you ever thought you would be making? 


You don’t think you can make money from your product or service or course. 


You know what you do in your business so well that it’s just a second nature to you. It’s really easy for you to do. 


So how can you actually charge for something that is so easy for you? 


The thing is, people want to learn how to do what you do. 


You just want to be of service and not a bother. 


You don’t want to seem pushy or like a used car salesman. I get it. 


But if you don’t let people know what you have to offer, they won’t be able to buy it anyway. They won’t even know it’s available. 


Most people only see what you post about 1 out of every 10 times. Yes, you see it all the time, so it seems like a lot. But most people really don’t see it. 


There are so many other people out there that do exactly what you do. 


So what? There is only one you. No one can teach the same way that you do. You may have a certain trick that you do that no one else knows. 


Stop qualifying your audience based on what you think. 


If you just put yourself and your stuff out into the world, and let people know it’s available, you’ll find that people do want to learn from you. 


The only person stopping you, is YOU. 


You think you aren’t worthy of it


If all of the millionaires and billionaires who made all of their own money really thought they weren’t worthy, do you really think they would have the money they do? 


Everyone is always worthy of having everything they desire and so much more. You are the only one holding yourself back by not thinking you can have everything you really want. 


So what are the ways you may repel money in your business?


Desperation


So you need to make money in your business. Like yesterday. You have bills to pay. 

But you don’t need to put that desperation into your sales. 


When you put the desperation in your sales, your audience can feel it. And they are repelled from buying from you. 


You can be desperate for the money, but when you make your sales, you can change that energy from desperate energy to just wanting to be of service and be helpful. 


Not telling people what you have to offer


How many times have you not told people what you have to offer in your business? 


Even I do this. You want people to just find it on their own. And then just hit that buy button. I mean you really want that passive income to work for you. 


Unfortunately it doesn’t work that way very often. You have to tell people what you have to offer. You have to tell people how you can help them. You have to let people know you have the answer to their problems. 


Not acting on the ideas you get for products and courses to create


Do you get ideas for products and courses and services and then do absolutely nothing with it? You just sit with the idea in a notebook or Google doc for months or years?  (Don’t ask me how I know this!?!)


Next time you get an idea like this, put it out there for your audience. Write it out and put it out to your audience to buy it. 


It may be exactly what people are looking for, but since you haven’t created it and put it out into the world, no one can actually buy it or have it change their lives and/or business. 


Stop holding onto your ideas and start creating them. 


Making decisions for your audience about what they will or won’t buy


You can’t make a decision for someone else whether they will or won’t buy your stuff. 

Let the buyer make the decision. 


Just because it may be something you wouldn’t buy, doesn’t mean there aren’t other people out there who wouldn’t buy it. 


People are always looking for help with the things they have going on in their lives. Your product or service may just be the answer they are looking for. 


Thinking you aren’t good enough


This thinking will always hold you back and it will even make you go broke. 


I hate to break it to you, but you are good enough. You are worthy of all of your desires and more. 


But you have to stop holding yourself back. 


Start believing you are worthy of everything. There are other people out there that already believe in you. So why can’t you believe in you? 


Are you ready to stop repelling money in your business? 


It’s easy to repel money because it’s a natural human thing that we do. 


Work on your own money mindset and just start selling your stuff in your business. 


Or don’t and just keep repelling money in your business. 

About the Author Clarissa

Clarissa Wilson is a financial strategist and online educator who holds two master’s degrees in Forensic Accounting. Also creative and spiritual, she is an intuitive empath and introvert. Clarissa is the host of The Prosper + Profit Podcast, where money conversations occur on a daily basis -- as she believes that money shouldn’t be a taboo subject. After growing up on a dairy farmand learning to work hard for money, Clarissa awakened to a path that allowed wealth to flow easily to her. Clarissa currently lives in Pennsylvania with her two cats.

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