by Naima Singletary on May 12, 2013
I think you should come hang out with me.
I care and pay close attention to people, unspoken words, uncontrollable behaviors, and undeniable emotions.
I’m afraid almost all the time.
I cry out loud about stuff I care about.
I’m simply a better person when I engage in fully-embraced, high quality hugs.
My momma bear trait is inspiring to be around.
I’m black, black is way cooler than you may personally know.
I’m a female who deeply desires and relishes pleasure. Not just the dick kind.
I live to touch and be touched, mindfully.
I can see beyond the obvious.
I have conversations with birds.
I forgive easily. It wasn’t always that way.
I love you, yes you reading this, because I choose to.
My highest values run my show. Those values are: illogical love, child-like fun, radical honesty, extreme compassion, and taking full responsibility.
My inner God is my strength. Without it, I consume copious amounts of danger.
I don’t care how popular you are, how many mistakes you’ve made, or how much money you have. I care how much you care.
Who are you? Share with me below.
If you dig this, share it.
by Naima Singletary on May 2, 2013
If you struggle with:
1. being afraid to charge more for your services
2. talking confidently about money with prospective clients
3. asking for money (or getting nervous when “the money part” with prospective clients arises)
4. feeling resentful toward yourself and clients because you’re giving so much for so little
5. lack of clarity on what your real value is
6. feeling greedy or bad for even talking about money or wanting lots of money
….I have an awesome assignment to help you challenge this crap head on. And I want you to know it’s ok. 8 out of 10 women entrepreneurs I talk and work with struggle with money crap.
Put yourself in direct contact with people you perceive to make a lot more money than you do. These are people you have to really believe are either way out of your money league or close to it. (How you’re responding right now to what you just read is good feedback, to start.)
1. your local, public ‘high disposable income club’ (i.e. Yacht clubs, social clubs, money clubs or groups, tennis clubs, networking groups, professional groups, etc. For the member-only types of establishments some of them will have monthly public events or trial memberships for prospective members. Use it to do your assignment.)
2. the bar or lounge of your local 5-star establishments (hotels are good destinations)
All your money and personal value stuff will come up, even before you make real contact.
What do you feel when you think about doing this assignment? Whatever you feel when you think about doing this is good feedback about your money crap.
Finally: If you’re bold enough, strike up a conversation with a person who seems to have lots of money. This is really deepening your ‘head on’ confrontation, and will totally change and up-level your mind and feelings about who you are and money.
What’s Your Problem? + Keeping Record
While in space with these people who you believe make lots more money than you, write down everything you think and feel, and be radically honest about it. Or write it immediately after leaving the space.
If you feel like you don’t belong, write it down. If you feel like a fake, write it down. These are things I’ve felt when confronting my money crap and up-leveling my own money game, so don’t worry, it’s normal. Write down the raw truth of everything you feel.
The raw & radically honest feelings you write down about you and money are gold.
They’re a peek into your money crap, and are also the door-ways to knowing what needs to be addressed so you can be confident in your beliefs about money, and in your money conversations with prospective clients.
I want to applaud you for doing this. It’s a big deal. Commit to getting this done within the next two weeks. Once you’ve done the assignment at least once, send me an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or post your experience on my facebook page, so others can see what it’s like to confront their money crap head on.
Don’t wait. Go do it now. Love.
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p.s. If you’d like to talk with me about confronting your money crap head on, send me an email to email@example.com and we’ll schedule time to chat.
by Naima Singletary on April 19, 2013
by Naima Singletary on April 9, 2013
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by Naima Singletary on March 12, 2013
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by Naima Singletary on February 21, 2013
The Gods in Plain Clothes (GPC) community is a place where your freak flag, your quirky, your weird, your crazy, and your gifts, are supported by other like-minded GPC’s worldwide, given permission to be on full display, and paid for.
And though every human walking the planet is a God in Plain Clothes, when it comes to making the money AND the broader impact you desire, each GPC is committed to 1 of only 3 levels in the ownership and voice of their God.
On March 7th, 11am PST / 2pm EST, I’m hosting a global tele-class where I dive into the three levels of commitment, how to move from a common level to a more impactful, fulfilling level, and what you can do if you want to reach the people, earn the money, and experience the deep satisfaction of knowing you’re doing the
work you were born to do on a larger scale.
Want to know about how to become a member of the worldwide GPC community? I’ll be talking about that on the call too, and making a special offer exclusively to the people on the call.
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by Naima Singletary on February 19, 2013
What needs to be said? What do you stand for? Let it rip! Please tell me in your comment below.
by Naima Singletary on February 8, 2013
Click here to register for this experience, and please spread the word for your fellow Plain-Clothes Gods.
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by Naima Singletary on November 27, 2012
What do you feel is deep within you wanting to be expressed?
Please tell me in your comment below, I’d love to read it!
Dying to Live!