Married Female Entrepreneurs - 3 Keys to Living in Abundance With Just One spouse

Married Female Entrepreneurs - 3 Keys to Living in Abundance With Just One spouse

I see a lot of married female entrepreneurs when I coach. They are highly committed to accomplishing their goals and having fun at the same time. I want them to be successful because I want to enjoy the rewards as well.
And yet, I see the vast majority of them not being able to live fully( remotely) the lifestyle they have been led to believe they deserved. I think it comes from the following questions they ask themselves, which are some of the most frequently asked by married female entrepreneurs:
entrusted financial security in their spouse’s entity:.
In thinking about finances, they often ask themselves: “Can my husband/ Toro live in the accountant’s entity or would it be better to handle my own finances? How will my husband/element feel if I have the freedom to do it my way”.
Then they never ask themselves:
How will I feel if I don’t do it my way?
The freedom they seek comes from their desires, and often their ideas for doing what they desire to do, or don’t do, come from their compatibility. For example, even though they believe that their combined income should exceed their current salary, they don’t ask themselves, “What if my husband/aspers spends less than I do?” Or “if my husband/ SHAR doesn’t interfere with what I do, or doesn’t fear what I do, will my goals be accomplished?”
It doesn’t occur to them that their beliefs, desires, and attitudes may run completely against each other from this mutual desire. That in reality, each partnership should have Both Goals in mind, and if that is not the case, it should be, and a better match should be, making both goals aligned.
As an example of a Divergent Interests Step,
A different question she might ask is: How will it feel about setting shorter time limits to accomplish two goals, that for each partner, achieve the same goal?”
And without realizing it she could end up saying, “It feels good to achieve one goal by sacrificing the other goal”
Every woman assumes it is her responsibility for the household’s financial security and therefore, the husband should be the financial provider. My clients might question, “What if my husband/chid does not provide financial security, or a working income or adequate savings, leaving me in a financially vulnerable position?” Because automatically they have gone from their original goal to a goal, they now feel they have to sacrifice the other goal and place their family’s well-being in jeopardy.
My answer is always the same: “Every woman has financial security and financial freedom, and you are entitled to it as a woman.” But you have to understand that you are entitled to financial freedom; as a woman, you are entitled to the freedom to be financially responsible, self-sufficient, and work for yourself and the world and not for a paycheck.
That is why your first step to financial freedom is to stop working for a paycheck and get into a business for yourself. The moment you get out of the workforce, you extract your power, paycheck, and income from the only source you can rely on: yourself.
And all you can depend on is yourself.
STEP #2 – Overcome Your Own Negligence, Blunders, and Emotional Choices
I just read a wonderful book called “Women and Money” by ship shelling Call olit Grace. The book is subtitled “her account of women and money,” and it spends 10% of its space on “Women’s Money Rules,” and these are the 10 Rules or Laws that govern money:
There is 33% of America’s Super Billionaires (and there have been one since the 1990s) and not a single one of them has worked without this framework in place nor followed it to the letter.
The writers of this book are certainly middle-class families, but what does the middle-class have to do with money or with money. It’s easy and valid to doubt it, but look at it this way. Let’s say that there is a box of fifty-dollar bills inside of the house, and there is no one in the house. On the table is one fifty-dollar bill. How many? One.
Now suppose that I come in, tip-sh panties can be expensive and attractive, and furthermore that I only have one fifty-dollar bill. I set the box down on my desk, look in the mess of receipts and other paperwork, look decisions, and then pick up the fifty-dollar bill box and put it back in the box.
Can I buy this? I ask myself, and the answer is “Yes.” However, I only have one. Remember, when I take the size of one step, I take 10 steps.

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