Are you seeking to find out what you can innately do and profit from? Do you wonder about manifestation and the power behind having an abundance mindset? Would you like to learn more about the methods behind proper manifestation?
In this podcast episode, Melissa Vogel speaks with Tiffany Carter about how YOU are your own most exceptional project.
Meet Tiffany Carter
Tiffany Carter takes the mystery out of making BIG money while doing something you love. She uses a magnetic combination of her clear cut communication style that she developed as a TV news broadcaster for NBC and CBS, her business savvy and proven strategies as a multimillionaire entrepreneur, and her intuitive ability to connect with women on a deeper level, to uncover what’s blocking you from achieving your dream life. She’s a passionate female empowerment speaker and marketing sales specialist, responsible for more than a hundred million dollars in sales transactions.
Tiffany’s zones of genius are helping women become financially free, through education, empowerment, and proven straightforward business strategies. This multi-millionaire entrepreneur went from a life of self-destruction to success, from abuse to abundance, despite the odds being entirely against her. Tiffany’s mission runs deeper than helping women create wealth; her bigger purpose is to help women find their worth.
In This Podcast
- How to process what you like to do to find what is profitable
- What can block women from pursuing their ambitions?
- Tips on manifestation
- Tips on how to build a beneficial morning routine
How to process what you like to do to find what is profitable
If you are the go-to for something in your circle of family and friends, you are considered an expert on that.
These are three ways that can help you to find out which of your passions could serve you in a profitable profession:
- First, start by taking out a piece of paper and writing down who are you the go-to for; meaning, what subjects do your loved ones come to you to ask advice about. Put down anything that comes to mind, no matter how big or small. It can be baking, relationship advice, personal motivation, how to garden efficiently, writing tips, and so forth.
- Second, make another column where you write down all the things you love to do, from this previous list, that you would do for free.
- Finally, now that you have maybe circled two or three options from the second step, ask yourself what do you feel people would pay for? Brainstorm creating a unique package that can be sold to the public as a service or act that you can provide, combining passion and profit
What can block women from pursuing their ambitions?
Every single thing comes down to self-worth. That’s why I always say ‘low self-worth equals low net worth’, and vice versa; ‘high self-worth equals high net worth’
Once you have found your handful of passionate profitable possibilities, what problems might you face in bringing them to fruition? This is where your self-worth comes up: If your obstacles after finding your possibilities are defined by what you think you can do, it is time for a necessary mental narrative shift. Most people will say that they are afraid to start their own business or do something that requires a big first step, although usually underneath that fear lies low self-worth. That is the core root problem, what you think you can do, and what you think you cannot do.
Learn to accept constructive criticism from loved ones and people that you trust
Do not take advice from people that you would not go to advice for, so keep those unnecessary criticisms away from you and focus on those that come from people who want to see you thrive. In the moment it may be triggering to your ego when your sibling or best friend tells you that you need to make a change, but recognize that you might not know all the answers and that you can learn from those around you.
Interrogate your belief system
Spend some time thinking back to childhood and unpack what you saw, what was said, and what behavior was modeled to you then. Are you mimicking traits that you saw your parents exhibited that no longer serve you, or the life you want to create?
Write them down to get a grasp on what you want to change. Your belief system influences your mindset. Examine your belief system and when something comes up, challenge it by asking “is that absolutely the 100% truth, for now, and forever?” If not, then change it. Asking this question is a pattern disruptor and gets you thinking about the kinds of thoughts you want to have, instead of the ones that keep you tied to repeating the past.
Experiment with a belief
Pick one out, work with it for two weeks, and experience the changes.
It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy, what it is we believe, we end up seeking evidence for it outside of us and we gather data to validate these beliefs. So we have to change the beliefs.
Forgiveness and trust
When you forgive someone, you’re by no means justifying what they did to you, but you’re allowing yourself to move on to a better place. Forgiveness is a choice, and it is a choice that you make in order to let go of those in your past who have wronged you. A big mistake is when people hold out on forgiving someone until that someone is “worthy” or “deserving” of forgiveness, which is never going to happen. You shouldn’t wait for them to earn your forgiveness, as true forgiveness is when you give it away freely, so you need to make that choice and forgive them.
Tips on manifestation
Manifestation is simply working with your mind and switching your mindset from a limiting mindset to one of abundance. Whatever you continue to believe you will seek evidence for, and so your behaviors will change once you start seeking out what you want to believe. This only works when you truly believe that new belief, to manifest it.
You cannot tell yourself a lie and believe it, so start small. It is like a muscle that you train, do something and switch to a belief to manifest that you can wrap your mind around to believe it fully, and begin changing behaviors.
Mindset work is like stretching at the gym. No one wants to do it, it doesn’t burn calories but if you don’t do it you’ll someday injure yourself.
Detach yourself from a bad belief. It may be difficult to let go of this identity, but complaining all the time does not make the martyr. There is an addictive feeling of being around people who complain often – try to remove yourself from these circles of conversation because they do not encourage growth and accountability. Once you admit that the only thing that is actually keeping you back is yourself, will you truly begin to unfold your potential.
Tips on how to build a beneficial morning routine
They may seem strange to you at first, but they can be powerful in shifting the mood to start the day on a good note; mantras. This falls back on the idea of having a good mindset and it being important what you tell yourself; and a mantra encapsulates both of these. Try lying in bed in the morning, repeating simple sentences to yourself of feelings that you want to feel and believe. For example, ‘I am safe and secure and ready for the day.’
- Have a ritual morning drink, whether it is a cup of coffee or a slice of fresh lemon in hot water.
- Have this with some quiet time to yourself, allowing your mind to rest and wander.
- Try to keep away from the devices and really let your mind relax.
- Some type of movement such as a quick 20-minute yoga session or a walk or two around the yard to stretch your body and get fresh air into your lungs.
This will help elevate your energy, to get yourself into the best energy for the day ahead of you. When you take better care of yourself, you are also taking better care of those around you.
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Meet Melissa Vogel
Melissa Vogel is an energetic keynote speaker, business owner, certified personal trainer, certified group fitness instructor, 1st degree Black Belt in Tae Kwon Do, a mother of three, and a podcaster.
Melissa has been voted as the Best Personal Trainer for 2020 by Inland Empire Magazine, and Built the Busy to Bomb Fit Mom exercise system.
She is quickly becoming recognized for her expertise and influence in her field!
Melissa has contributed to numerous publications and has been featured in the Trail Blazer Magazine, and published in the April 2020 edition of Health Magazine. Her approach incorporates personal experience, energy, humor, and charisma.
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