Studies have found that focusing on improving one area of your life with a proven system leads to amazing results faster than you would imagine possible.
What's your current understanding of money? For the most part, it's just paper, right? But what else is it?
Money is energy. And it's an exchange of energy that's tied up in complicated emotion and systems of belief.
Ready to learn more about what money is exactly? Once you understand money, you'll be able to make more of it. Find out what you're missing . . .Read More >
Before discovering NeuroGym and watching the Brain-A-Thon, I was very stressed, upset, scared, and struggling financially.
I'd recently moved from California to Texas where my girlfriend and I gained custody of my two young children.
Managing my job in a new location while getting used to parenting full time, finding childcare, and rearranging my schedule along with my relationship became a load to bear. When you add in additional expenses I was very overwhelmed and was unsure if it was even possible for me to get back on track.Read More >
Do you sometimes get down on yourself?
(If not, you're probably not a real human -- that's a whole other issue).
When your internal voice starts to sound a bit negative, just stop, recognize the signs, and Innercise®!
With practice, your inner voice will be positive and encouraging by default.
This Innercise will show you 4 simple steps to clear out your self-doubt.Read More >
Have you ever felt like you had an internal “block” of some sort? A hidden obstacle that’s keeping you from earning more money?
If so, did you know what the block was?
Everyone has an internal “money story.” That’s the collection of beliefs and experiences associated with money. It’s often tied to your upbringing or your closest circle of friends and family.
Many people actually aren’t fully aware of the good and bad parts of their money stories. They just experience happiness or frustration at the results.
So how do you find out what your money story is?Read More >
Have you felt any changes occurring in your life lately? The season is changing (Happy Fall!), the planets are shifting their alignment, and another year is coming to a close.
So if you’ve felt any ups and downs lately, or if you feel overwhelmed by the unknown of the future, this Innercise will put your mind at ease.Read More >
Are you putting off challenging tasks and action steps in order to do comfortable, pleasurable activities that won’t threaten your ego?
If so, it may be time to check your level of procrastination . . . just to see if this type of behavior is an issue for you. Maybe you’re reading this article because you’re procrastinating right now? Let’s find out.Read More >
Before I joined NeuroGym, I was working in a job that was full of drama. I felt completely burned out and unhappy, but I was afraid to leave.
I was afraid that I couldn’t make the giant leap—out on my own—to start doing what I love to do. It was a horrible feeling. I felt so trapped but knew I wanted more.
It felt like a thousand pounds on my chest that I didn’t know how to remove.
I was drowning in debt and my financial future did not look like it was going to change any time soon. To top it off, I had recently found out that my finance had been cheating the entire length of our 8 year relationship.
My heart was broken and my spirit felt at an all time low.Read More >
Is your brain keeping you from achieving your biggest goal?
Yep. According to the latest research in neuroscience, your brain's to blame for not being able to reach your goals.
And it's not because you're not smart enough. You're smart enough! Here's the deal: There's a big the difference setting goals and achieving goals. When we decide to set a goal, we may be at our computer typing, we may be writing it on a piece of paper . . . and that's fine.
But how do we actually set goals so that we can accomplish them? First, we rely on our imagination.
Keep reading to find out what else you need to do to achieve your goals faster and easier . . .Read More >
It was a Wednesday in May, 2009. It was in Inverness, the Scottish Highlands. I heard the faint sound of a hairdryer and clock ticking as I sat in the tiny staff room of my salon—across from him—in silence.Read More >
There's a long list of fears circulating out there in the world: Fear of success, fear of failure, fear of rejection, fear of the unknown, fear of being judged, fear of not being good enough . . .
The list goes on and on: Fear of not being smart enough, fear of not being worthy, fear of public speaking, fear of disappointment, fear of commitment . . .
When we think about overcoming our fears, we first have to understand the difference between fear and emotion.Read More >
My name is Valerie Ketjen, and I’m a Goal Achiever. I want to start my Winning the Game of Money story by saying, thoughts shape your reality!
This concept was a big takeaway for me after completing the Winning the Game of Money (WTGM) program.
Before I set out on my Innercise journey with the NeuroGym community (about 2 years ago), I was deeply in debt; I had no income, nowhere to live, and nobody to turn to. I was lost—lacking a sense of self-worth and self-confidence. I was even looking into my possibilities for staying in a homeless shelter.Read More >