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06.20.2014 Sharon Spano, Ph.D.

Are You Ready to Change Your Game?

I’m talking about changing your perspective on time and money.

Here’s the deal. I've grown weary of watching people I love and care being emotionally distraught over these two very important aspects of life. So, I've decided to do something about it.

Stay tuned for The Emotion of Time and Money assessment. We've been working on this instrument for almost eight months, and it’s finally ready.

You’ll want to stay tuned, and here’s why.

Most people will agree that at one time or another, they have been overwhelmed by time and money.

One of the reasons we have so much emotion around these two aspects of life is that our experience of time and money is both concrete and abstract at any given point in time.

Additionally, our experience and the emotions associated with those experiences are dependent on several factors. These factors often move us into perceptions of scarcity or abundance.

If you want a more meaningful, prosperous, and productive life, The Emotion of Time and Money assessment is a first step.

Here’s why.

We all have what’s called a center of gravity. This is fancy human development lingo which essentially means we have a meaning-making system, a place where our mind prefers to camp out, and that place, that center of gravity, may focus on either scarcity or abundant thinking.

What I’m suggesting is that you need to know this stuff. If you’re in the midst of any kind of life change or if you’re feeling like you just can’t seem to catch up, you really need to know this stuff.

Why, again?

Because it’s going to be nearly impossible for you to make changes in your life unless you come to some deeper understanding of how your thinking generates thoughts or behaviors that are either working for or against you.

One more thing. Did I mention that scarcity thinking has little to do with how much time or money you actually have?

We are complex beings, and we can have more than enough time and money and still live out of scarcity.

Bottom line, our thoughts, feelings, and emotions offer up a clue to our overall perceptions about time and money. Wouldn't you like to know?

Take the free assessment that will give you greater insight into your own center of gravity. You've got nothing to lose. It just might change your life.

Once you've taken the assessment, you’ll receive a free report explaining whether your scores indicate a tendency toward scarcity or abundance with respect to time and money.

And, then, what?

Join the conversation. Stay tuned for future updates on how to catapult your life to the next level.

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Published by Sharon Spano, Ph.D. June 20, 2014