November 6

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Allow Me to Introduce Expert Anne Mank

Allow Me to Introduce:
Expert Anne Mank

It’s time to take a fresh perspective and learn from Anne Mank, as she learned to control her experience with money. Anne is a disrupter in the “financial mindset” or “money self-talk” arenas and educates others on how to improve their relationship with money. She just penned a very creative chapter about Your Financial Freedom Trail. I assure you, it will significantly improve YOUR Business’s Performance

Today’s blogging guest is a Certified Financial Planner and Wealth Coach, Anne Mank, who is one of the members of the Brilliant Breakthroughs for the Small Business Owner #1 Bestselling Book Series Author Team. On 11-11-2020 a group of 9 Brilliant Practicing ExpertsTM lead by Maggie Mongan, will be releasing their book to coincide with National Entrepreneurs Month. It is written specifically for Small Business Owners, by Small Business Owners, to help you learn how to win BIG at small business in the 21st century!

Want to learn more about how to get your hands on the latest book in the series: Brilliant Breakthroughs for the Small Business Owner: Fresh Perspectives on Profitability, People, Productivity, and Finding Peace in Your Business,  AND our app for the book to get direct access to our authors, AND our podcast? When you go to: BrilliantBizBook.com you’ll get 100 Tips for Small Business Owners Success Report to start working into your business until the book comes out! 

To give you a glimpse of several different chapters, I invited our co-authors to write a short guest blog to learn about why their chapter topic is important to YOUR Business Success.

People Performance Expert,
Anne Mank

#BrilliantBizBook Author: Anne Mank headshot
Anne Mank invites us to look at our own money stories so we can write a new script and improve our relationship with money.

In Brilliant Breakthroughs for the Small Business Owner: Fresh Perspectives on Profitability, People, Productivity, and Finding Peace in Your Business – Vol  4, Business Author Anne Mank shares her wisdom by the storytelling of a character’s journey, which is filled with great tips and insightful training as they work to achieve financial freedom. Anne’s chapter is titled “The Financial Freedom Trail”.  Anne’s sweet spot is to change the money conversations we’re having and educate on how we need to release our old money stories to create improved financial results.

The following is what Anne Mank wants to share with you:

Your Money Story

One of the earliest memories I have with money is filling a paper sleeve with pennies. Remember those? They were about four inches in length, and you had to slide pennies in there and then bring it to the bank to exchange for dollar bills. My family had a coin jar and when it got full, we would stuff it into these paper cylinders and take it to the bank. Then we would celebrate and go to McDonalds!

I have a lot of memories like this growing up. Remember standing in the layaway line at Shopko? Good times! My parents always provided for us and made sure we had what we needed, but there was always this sense of scarcity. I came to find out later that a lot of this was managed through debt and mortgaging the house again and again.

These experiences and stories impacted my thoughts and feelings around money, but how are they serving me now? What are some of the stories you remember growing up with when it came to money? What about the stories around people who are rich or successful? And to be more specific, what are the limiting beliefs you have created around money? How have they been holding you back in your family or career?

Here is my challenge to you:
Think back to one of your first memories around money and really go back to that moment. Think about the feelings you experienced, the people that were there, and the importance they had in your life. Now start following that story through the rest of your life. For example, I had the story that money is hard to come by and you need to work hard to get it. As I followed this through my life, I noticed that I would always squirrel away money. I had a savings fund, but then had some money tucked into my sock drawer. I had my own coin jar. I was afraid to give away my hard-earned money to charities because I was afraid I would end up with nothing.

Once I realized some of the stories, I was carrying around with me, I could then truly see them for what they were – just stories. And guess what, I have the ability to create new stories that will serve me better in the here and now. I can separate money from my emotions and self-worth and understand I am in control of both. I am no longer driven by money, rather I drive my money.

Thank you for allowing me to be real with you~ Anne

SMALL BUSINESS SUCCESS NOTE: 

Want to purchase the #1 Amazon Small Business Bestselling Book: Brilliant Breakthroughs for the Small Business Owner – Vol. 4? Click here: BrilliantBizBook.com. Then sign up to get your 100 Free Tips and we’ll email them to you AND another email to let you know how to get your digital book for only 99 cents on 11-11-2020. Thank you readers for helping us become a #1 Bestselling Small Business Book Series!

THANKS FOR ALLOWING US TO HELP YOU IMPROVE YOUR BUSINESS!

Brilliant Breakthroughs, Inc. helps Small Business Owners 
Simplify Strategies & Align Actions
to further Profitability, Peace, & Potential
Call Maggie (262) 716.7750 for YOUR No-cost Consultation

Blessings of Success to YOU ~
Maggie Mongan, Brilliant CEO & Strategist
Brilliant Breakthroughs, Inc.
Direct Dial: 262-716-7750
LinkedIn: MaggieMongan

p.s.: One of your key components as a Small Business Owner is your relationship with money so you can optimize your profitability. Taking time to improve your relationship with money will literally pay-off! 

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