Hello there, and welcome back to the Mountain Practice Journeys podcast!
I’m your host, Cindy Norton.
Here in Episode 37 I chat with Jane Carter of Jane Carter Coaching about keeping the spark alive in your money relationship.
Let’s get started.
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Episode 37 Transcript
Hello there, and welcome back to the Mountain Practice Journeys podcast! I’m your host, Cindy Norton. Here in Episode 37 I’m going to chat with Jane Carter about how to keep the spark alive in your money relationship.
Let’s get started.
Have you been wanting to start your private practice, but you can’t seem to take that first step? Maybe you’re afraid of failure or lack confidence, or maybe the idea of running your own practice is overwhelming. I’m Cindy Norton, owner of Mountain Practice Journeys and I help therapists and counselors to love the business side of private practice. I’ll share with you practical skills and advice along with a healthy dose of inspiration so that you can be on your way to the practice of your dreams. Put on your hiking boots, and let’s get going.
Now let’s get on to my interview with Jane.
[Interview with Jane Carter of Jane Carter Coaching]
During each episode I’ll be giving you one small take away, action step, or mindset shift. I call these acorns. Listen to Episode 0 to get the scoop on what the acorns are all about.
The acorn from this episode is to identify a money belief that you carry that is getting in the way, and turn it on its head with a positive mantra. For example, if you have the belief that you have to work really hard for money, you may want to have your mantra say, “It’s okay for me to have fun making money.”
So take that money belief that is getting in the way and create a positive, joyful mantra that begins with the words “It’s okay…”
I’d love to hear what you come up with, so head over to instagram @mountainpracticejourneys and let me know how you are challenging your negative money beliefs by commenting on today’s money mantra post.
As I outlined in Episode 0, I’ll be alternating between a fun fact and ‘what I’m digging’ segment with each new episode.
What I’m digging for this episode is my Enneagram training. I’m midway through year two of an Enneagram training and certification program led by the amazing Lissa Friedman, founder of the Enneagram School of Awakening here in Asheville, North Carolina.
The Enneagram is a beautiful and powerful tool for personal growth, and I am beyond excited that Enneagram work will be an essential part of Forestmind, where I will be guiding members in identifying their type and accessing the deep transformation that can occur as you move from fixation to your true essence.
A friendly reminder that enrollment is open for Forestmind, my new comfy, cozy mastermind for private practice introverts, highly sensitive therapists, and other solo business owners in the helping and healing fields. If you join by December 15th you’ll become a founding member and get $1,200 off your yearly membership. Visit mountainpracticejourneys.com/forestmind/ for more information and to claim your spot in this small, cozy, supportive group.
Thank you so much for joining me today on your private practice journey.
And for episode 38 I’ll be coming at you with a Thanksgiving Special episode.
In the meantime, join me over on instagram @mountainpracticejourneys
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I Want You To Be Successful In Business & In Life!
Starting, growing, and maintaining a business is a big deal. It's super-exciting and super-scary all at the same time. I created Mountain Practice Journeys to support you through the difficult and muddy terrain, and to celebrate with you when you have reached each summit of the many mountains you will conquer on your journey.
Happy Climbing, Cindy