In this Expert Insight Interview, Dr. Deborah Fryer discusses mindset and money. Dr. Deborah Fryer is a transformational coach, filmmaker, yogini, and chef. She helps creative, compassionate, visionary thinkers master their mindset to stop struggling with self-doubt and self-sabotage and start experiencing ease, abundance, freedom, and flow.
This Expert Insight Interview discusses:
- How our mindset affects our world
- The way our beliefs about money influence our relationship with it
- Why it is possible to make money doing what you love
Our mindset affects everything about us. It affects our health, income, and relationships, and money is an excellent mirror for seeing parts of yourself with which you may or may not be in the right relationship.
Think about a frustrating relationship that you’ve had with someone. Most, if not all of us, have had this type of relationship at some point in our lives. Perhaps it was with a family member, a significant other earlier in life, a boss, or an employee. The fact is that we’ve all had a relationship that we found very frustrating. Interestingly, the same problems we’ve experienced in these relationships tend to manifest in our relationship with money.
Relationship with Money
We’ve all absorbed specific values and certain beliefs in childhood about money, greed, rich people, how hard you have to work for your money, how much money you can make, and so on. We unconsciously absorb those beliefs, habits, and values, and we start living them as if we chose them.
Most people don’t realize why they’re struggling with money until they uncover the deeper layers of these beliefs. Dr. Deborah is on a mission to show people that they can make money doing what they love, and their relationship with money doesn’t have to be complicated or frustrating.
Doing What You Love
Whatever is easy for you will be hard for somebody else. As soon as you realize that, you can start marketing and selling whatever is easy for you. We all invest in what is hard for us, and we’re willing to pay other people to do it, so we don’t have to.
This is essentially how the market works — everyone has something that they’re good at, and everyone has things that they’re not very good at, and they want to pay somebody to help them with these things.
John is the Amazon bestselling author of Winning the Battle for Sales: Lessons on Closing Every Deal from the World’s Greatest Military Victories and Social Upheaval: How to Win at Social Selling. A globally acknowledged Sales & Marketing thought leader, speaker, and strategist. He is CSMO at Pipeliner CRM. In his spare time, John is an avid Martial Artist.