The inner and outer work of financial goals
By Molly Gordon
Money determines how much you can invest in yourself and your work.
Finally, if you exist in a money fog, it’s hard to navigate everything from pricing to equipment purchases to paying taxes.
That’s stressful and distracting.
So money matters.
Making money is a creative act
You may not have thought about it this way, but making money is a creative act, like making cookies, a sweater, or a painting.
Making money involves starting with raw materials (your knowledge, skills, passion, experience) and transforming them into income through the medium of serving others.
> Continued: Creating money: The inner and outer work of financial goals
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