Money Mindset Workshop: How to break a negative spiral

I’m so thrilled to guide you through clearing your money blocks and creating those breakthroughs you need to live an abundant life – financially and otherwise.

And I cannot stress enough how big of a role mindset plays in your success.

It’s not about collecting more certificates, more degrees, getting more organised, or changing everything about yourself to fit that idea you have in your head about what a wealthy woman looks like.

This is about getting in alignment with yourself and getting out of your own way.

Now, mindset work isn’t about forcing yourself to do something or conquering your fears.

We’re not jumping out of any planes or walking on hot coals here.

Instead, what we’re doing is using intense introspection to really examine your personal sabotages.

And training your brain to think differently.

You can picture it like a spiral – we’ve all heard of negative spirals – when you have negative thoughts and beliefs that start to compound.

In a negative spiral, you’ll find yourself acting unconsciously and won’t even notice when your good habits start to slip a little bit – or you won’t necessarily care even if you do notice, telling yourself it’s “just this once”.

And all it takes is for those good habits to slip just enough for you to miss a few opportunities because you’re not feeling that great about yourself.

And your underlying stories start to take hold and drag you down further.

This leads to more negative self-talk. Which impacts your daily habits further. Which impacts your results. And so it goes on and on.

This work that we’re doing together, works on micro-decisions.

And training yourself for a prosperity mindset becomes a positive spiral when you get better at recognising your negative stories.

At first, you’ll change up just a few of your habits.

Those little improvements become habits and cause micro-improvements in your ability to take action.

Then you’ll notice more opportunities coming your way, and you’ll start to get that feeling like the stars are aligning.

You’ll be even more inclined to take action as these positive tweaks create more positive results and you feel better about yourself (positive brain, better results, remember?).

And that’s how the whole spiral turns from negative to positive.

It’s not magic. And you can learn to do this and start earning more money than you ever thought possible.

It’s really worth remembering that your money blocks are sneaky and they’ll always try and find their way into your day.

That’s why results don’t happen by accident or from sheer luck.

You actually have to work on it every single day in a thousand little different ways.

The author Zig Ziglar said, “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily”.

And so it is with mindset work.

If you don’t do it every day, you get what Ziglar calls ‘stinking thinking’.

But this isn’t just about learning to ‘be positive’ all the time.

In fact, I really encourage you to get negative because it’s by uncovering those negative thoughts and being vigilant about them every single day that you can stop them.

If we produce up to 50,000 thoughts a day out of which 70-80% are negative, that translates into 40,000 ugly thoughts a day that need managing and filtering!

Thankfully, there’s a simple solution to prevent stinking thinking.

Simply think about what you can do to make things better.

When you start thinking positive thoughts, all of a sudden, the negative stuff starts to diminish by half.

That’s right, 50% of it just goes *poof*!

Why? Because you starve the negative thought of what it needs most – your attention.

And instead, you give that attention and energy to the positive thoughts. And you take action, which is another instant antidote to negativity.

Gratitude is another one of those tools that will quickly short circuit anything from a bad day to a panic attack.

When you start to feel the carpet sliding out from underneath you and the darkness starts closing in from the periphery, just start reciting the things you’re grateful for.

And don’t stop until you feel like you can breathe easily again.


  • Write a list of 10 things you’re grateful for that you’ve learned in your life.
  • Avoid stinking thinking by planning what action you can take to change something that’s frustrating or challenging you.