Most women – and many men too, struggle with their relationship with money.

And nowhere is this more evident than for business owners and entrepreneurs who are trying to make a living and an impact selling their services. It is especially true for heart-centered service based business owners like health practitioners, healers and the like who often undercharge and over deliver and even give away their services so they never make the money they need or deserve.

If that’s you – you know you want more money to do the things that are important to you, like build your business, send your kids to the best schools, enjoy family holidays and pay off debt. But you often find yourself at a loss as to how to create and keep more money.

And you are just as likely to be uncomfortable talking about money which means you hesitate to ask for the sale, apologise for your fees or include too much in your packages and services. Either way you find yourself contributing more than what you’re being compensated for. Whichever way you look at it, it’s common to feel that money is a necessity of life that you don’t feel in control of.

The reason this is a problem is because if you’re not in control of money in your life then money is controlling you. Or you’re always feeling some kind of stress regarding money. And that stress is holding you back from multiplying your income and multiplying how much money you get to keep and spend every month.

The good news is money is very simple to master no matter where you’re starting from right now. Once you have a strategy for knowing how to value yourself – and how to take simple actions that put you in control – you’ll begin to make and keep more money. And when you have simple money systems you’ll be ale to confidently stand in your power with money, with anyone and in any situation. This is how you increase your self-worth AND your net worth!

For example, let’s say you under charge or are under compensated for your healing services. Or when you think about making more money, it feels a little overwhelming or that you would have to work harder.

Now, let me share my tips with you that will begin to make this easier for you. There are 5 key areas that make up the formula for creating a healthy relationship with money.

They are Forgiveness, Boundaries, Action, Empowerment and Mindset. By having clarity and knowing what to do in each of these 5 key areas, you’ll automatically begin to make more money and have more to save or spend how you want.

The fastest way to solve the problem of how to make and keep more money to get a Money Breakthrough and create a healthy relationship with money is to get a snap shot of where you are right now so you know exactly what you can focus on to achieve your money goals.

And remember, money needs to be paid attention to as it will get your attention one way or the other, and most often in a way you don’t like, if you ignore it.

Start by asking yourself these questions….

1. Forgiveness (of yourself and others)
What beliefs are unconsciously holding you back from producing consistent income?

2. Boundaries
Where are you putting the needs and wishes of others ahead of your own?

3. Action
What specific systems do you have for handling your money, your bills and even paying off debt easily? And what opportunities are you missing out on if you don’t have these?

4. Empowerment
Are you caught in the common trap where inwardly you’re not sure how to stand in your value and be compensated highly for your expertise and gifts?

5. Mindset
How would you benefit from a shift in your mindset? (a fresh perspective to help you see what’s possible for yourself).

You now have a window into where you are at right now with your relationship with money as well as where you need to focus to begin creating a more healthy relationship from here on out.

The good news is you are not stuck where you are forever – there’s always more, if you are prepared to nurture your relationship with money.

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When it comes to your products or services you are the salesperson and the one who knows them best. It can be easy for you to see all the benefits but for your clients, without all the valuable background knowledge, it can be difficult to see why they should choose you.

Imagine, for a moment, that you walk into a furniture store, ready to find a lounge for your family. The salesperson starts their spiel, telling you all about the leather used, the cushioning material, the dimensions and modular options. This is all very important information, but now, you’re overwhelmed and confused by all these features.

The salesperson has just opted to sell you on the features and, judging by the confused expression you’re now sporting, it probably wasn’t the wisest decision. Feature selling is exactly that – when someone tries to sell you something by just listing the features. The problem with this is that no one really cares about the features unless they have some kind of benefit.

So what?

If you’re stuck in the rut of just listing features to your clients, the best way to get out of that rut is to imagine your clients asking, “So what?”

What do you really mean? Why should they care? How will each specific feature benefit them? How can you help to solve a problem they have? Take the focus off yourself and the service and turn it back to the client.

This is called benefit or outcome selling – where you stop selling the client the features and you show them how your service or product will alter their life, for the better. It helps your client picture themselves using what you provide, so that they already feel like their problem is solved – all they have to do, is say yes.

When the lounge salesperson asks themselves “So what?” they start talking about how the leather has been treated so it’s easy to clean off simple spills – a life-saver for younger families. The lounge is spacious, so all your friends can fit together and it’s perfect for family movie night. The modular options also mean that no matter the space, your new lounge can adapt to the needs of your ever-changing home life.

At the end of the day, all of us want to save time and effort. We like to avoid hassle at all costs and spend our time doing enjoyable things. Keep that in mind when you’re selling to clients – no matter what your product or service is. Even if you have all the features under the sun, don’t get caught just rattling off a list! Remember to stop and ask, “So what?”