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Thursday, September 22, 2011

Courage

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 Posted on September 21st, 2011 in The Wealthy Spirit by Chellie

“Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway.”—John Wayne
After I was set to appear on the Dr. Laura Show, they decided to add another segment—they wanted me to do a “man-on-the-street” type interview à la Jay Leno. I had to think up some questions to ask people about money that they might have funny responses to. My research team of poker players came up with: “Whose picture is on the $10 bill?” (Alexander Hamilton)
The day of the filming, I had to talk myself out of being nervous. I did affirmations all morning. I convinced myself that I was born to be a roving reporter, that I was a natural, that I was perfect for this. So when I arrived at the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, I was ready to “act as if” I had been doing this a long time. I met the film crew and we had fun interviewing various people at the mall. After the first few “takes,” they asked me if I had done this before!I love her book Wealthy Spirit!



Two days later, another “Real Black Limo” picked me up to film the show in front of the studio audience. Once more, I practiced affirmations and acted “as if.” Just in case we needed them, I prepared “Ten More Stupid Things”:
1. Buy stocks on a hot tip from a friend.
2. Pay $65,000 to climb Mount Everest. Best-case scenario: They’re hungry, cold, and in need of oxygen. Worst-case scenario: Death.
3. Give their life savings to a con man in exchange for his “winning” million-dollar lottery ticket.
4. Day trade on the stock market—then panic and sell everything at a loss the first time the market takes a dive.
5. Buy designer water.
6. Believe that a bank will loan them money just because they have a good business plan.
7. Buy life insurance when they’re single.
8. Undercharge for their product or service and “make it up in volume.”
9. Save millions while living a lifetime in poverty, then die and leave it all to heirs who travel first class.
10. Buy the cutest house on the block in a bad neighborhood.
You’re not guilty of any of these, are you?
The filming of the show went very well. Everyone connected with it was friendly and helpful. It was a pleasure. Affirmations and “act as if”—an unbeatable combination. Remember that.
Today’s Affirmation: “I do a great job at whatever I choose to do!”
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