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Are You Lonely Tonight?

Loneliness.

 

One of the most destructive forces in our world.

 

Experiences involving loneliness account for an average of 7% of the damage to the energy system.

 

Loneliness is not an emotion.

 

It’s a state of being.

 

You might feel lonely but the experience of being lonely is far more stressful to your body, mind and energy.

 

I’m not talking about being alone.

 

Just simply being on your own can be done in a million different ways, many of them enjoyable.

 

Alone does not automatically equate to lonely.

 

We’ve all felt the sense of separation in a group of people, where even surrounded by others we feel lonely, disconnected and not included.

 

Even this isn’t true loneliness because there is always hope of connection.

 

You can only experience the darkest depths of loneliness when you’re alone.

 

It is a combination of isolation, disconnection and helplessness – feeling that you are in a void, have no-one to talk to, and in particular a genuine belief that no-one really wants to talk to you.

 

Add in to this a trauma that you actually need to talk about, and the stress in your system escalates further.

 

Most of us have experienced loneliness at one or more times.

 

It makes us question our worth, doubt our likeability, damages our confidence and makes us feel like a failure.

 

The ripple effect into our lives is huge – and feeling unworthy, unlikeable, unconfident and like a failure does little for our ability to connect with others.

 

It can be a very destructive cycle – we experience loneliness, so we begin to put up walls and defences to protect ourselves from loneliness, which makes us even harder to connect to and, of course, we’re then even more likely to be lonely.

 

We all have different beliefs about loneliness.

 

My experience of being lonely when I changed jobs was mixed in with – and compounded by – embarrassment.

 

I felt ashamed that I was lonely.

 

God forbid anyone would know I didn’t have anything to do at a weekend – my life should be full of fun and action and laughter and photos worthy of a magazine.

 

I felt like a failure, it was a weakness I didn’t want to admit.

 

So what did I do?

 

Read a lot. Smoked a lot. Watched a lot of TV.

 

None of those things are great for your social life.

 

Luckily I had to go to work, so I made new friends and reconnected with my old friends too.

 

The pain of that time lingered with me though, a whisper of a taunting ghost – an almost-silent reminder of the time when one boy at school was able to turn my entire group of friends against me overnight.

 

When I think about that now, I think my way of dealing with it – brave face, spending every lunch time studying so I could ace my exams and get the fuck out of there – actually compounded whatever he had told them and made it last far longer than if I had just shown vulnerability, told my friends that I was devastated and opened up a conversation about it.

 

For many, many years I was terrified of doing or saying the wrong thing that would cause the same thing to happen again, finding it hard to completely trust and relax into friendships and wondering when they would end.

 

When we subconsciously attribute our loneliness to a particular way we behaved or thing we said, then we start to modify our behaviour and become less of our true selves.

 

And what do you think this does to our chances to authentic connection with others?

 

The truth is that the authentic you IS someone other people want to connect to.

 

Believe me.

 

Maybe that wasn’t the case when you were a kid, surrounded by other kids terrified of being their authentic selves.

 

But you’re an adult now.

 

Other adults want to connect to the real you.

 

Loneliness is part of the human experience.

 

It allows us to truly appreciate the joy of connection and friendship.

 

These contrasts allow us to learn and grow.

 

Can you spot the lonely person in the group and feel their pain?

 

Are you the one that catches their eye or gives them a hug?

 

Do you feel the magic of gratitude when you are surrounded by friends?

 

Like most of us, you can probably recall some incidences where you experienced loneliness.

 

I know it’s painful to think about it.

 

Even after twenty two years I can still cry if I think about those lonely lunchtimes hard enough.

 

But I’m lucky.

 

I’ve been able to do a lot of healing work around that old pain, so these days I am one hundred times more capable of authentic connection than I have ever been.

 

That’s why I’m dedicating this entire month to helping people with their past pain, trauma and experiences related to loneliness.

 

I can’t promise this work will be easy.

 

You might have to dig deep for a few minutes every week and connect to some old pain so that I can release it for you.

 

But it will be worth it.

 

It will change you.

 

When we drop the old baggage, shed the heavy coat of protection, we travel lighter and we shine brighter.

 

It’s an undeniable fact.

 

Please let me help you in October.

 

My group is a supportive and genuinely loving space, held by me, especially for people like you.

 

It’s time to say goodbye to loneliness – and hello to the authentic, beautiful, real you.

 

You’ll find us here, the group is called Prosperity Prescription 2.0.

 

Come and join the family, we’re waiting for you.

 

Love from

 

Michelle xxx

PS – Click here to find out more about Prosperity Prescription 2.0, I can’t wait to meet you.

It Took 29 Years To Happen

When I was a kid, my parents re-decorated our bathroom.

 

On the wall they hung a photo.

 

It was a photo of a grey sea, with a whale’s tail lifting out of the water.

 

Underneath, it said:

 

“He roams the sea in freedom, with no enemy – save man.”

 

It touched my heart every time I looked at it.

 

And I thought: “One day I will see that for myself.”

 

Over the years I’ve thought about it from time to time.

 

One day I will see whales in the wild.

 

One day.

 

Whenever the bucket-list question comes up –

 

Whale-watching is on mine.

 

When we’ve been planning holidays before, it seemed out of reach.

 

Either a long way to go to focus on something that might not happen.

 

Or that the weather would be cold, and as a Brit I chase the sun whenever I can.

 

This summer we had another bucket-list holiday planned.

 

California.

 

The whole family.

 

Road-trip.

 

Highway 1, up the coast, San Diego to San Francisco.

 

As it came nearer it seemed too good to be true.

 

I was almost afraid to think about it in case I jinxed it and made it not happen.

 

We started planning what we’d do.

 

As I looked at the places along the route, I found Monterey.

 

Home of an amazing Aquarium.

 

But also, home of whale-watching expeditions.

 

I did some research.

 

I wanted a wild experience, not a Sea-Life-esque one.

 

Two years a

3 Hacks To Improve Your Business, Happiness & Productivity

I found myself in a constant state of almost-anxiety.

 

Not anxiety, but something.

 

A shallowness of breath, not feeling completely relaxed.

 

Compulsively checking my phone to see if anything needed my attention.

 

Feeling relieved if there was nothing to deal with.

 

I did some muscle testing and found that the root cause was ‘Fear of other people being annoyed with me.’

 

And this fear, this trigger, was resulting in me being constantly on the alert.

 

Because if someone had a problem that needed my attention and I failed to respond quickly, they might be annoyed, and to me, that was terrifying.

 

As I did a quick Energy Edit to release my body’s stress response to the trigger, and break the pattern, I realised two things:

 

I’m not superwoman.

 

Literally.

 

I take my work very seriously but as important as my clients and customers are, it’s not life or death.

 

I’m not an emergency room doctor.

 

I don’t have to be on-call 24 hours a day because people are not dying if I don’t check my email.

 

Also, I’m not superwoman.

 

Not the caped version saving lives (see above).

 

And not the modern-day-mythical-creature who’s ‘having it all’.

 

It’s impossible to live a fulfilled life, love your friends and family, have fun, enjoy your work AND be a slave to your inbox with your phone glued to your hand.

 

As much as we don’t want to admit it, it’s true.

 

Those little electronic devices are meant to be our servants, handy tools, not the master of how we spend every waking minute.

 

I gave myself permission right then to step away from the emails.

 

As the fear of ‘someone being annoyed with me’ released, I realised it was time to woman-up and take some action.

 

  1. I deleted my email account from my phone.

 

I knew if I had to sit at my laptop to answer emails, I’d check them far less often.

 

I already have notifications for everything switched off.

 

I don’t want pings, bings, badges and flags interrupting my day.

 

But that didn’t stop me hitting ‘Inbox’ to make it check for new emails way too often.

 

Email access on my phone had to go.

 

This would also eliminate two other silly things I was doing:

 

Tapping out replies on that tiny keyboard when I could do it much faster on the laptop.

 

Or, worse, reading emails twice – once on the phone and again later, because of course I could reply much faster on the laptop…

 

It wasn’t just the emails that were keeping me attached to the phone.

 

I am an avid facebook user.

 

I love The Book (as my Dad calls it).

 

But it’s addictive.

 

It’s an energy-suck, an attention vampire and a time-eating vortex.

 

I’d tried deleting the facebook app from my phone before, but always just ended up downloading it again 24 hours later.

 

This time I vowed just to stop keeping my phone by my side.

 

Maybe you do it too, carry your phone from room to room at home?

 

What the hell is that about?

 

It had to stop.

 

I had to start being conscious of when I was picking it up and not just letting it be something I do for vague entertainment.

 

I put my phone in a drawer in the hallway so it was out of sight until I set aside time to actually use it.

 

I knew that my hands and brain were going to get twitchy for something to do.

 

Like any good habit the quiet moments are when it’s hard to break.

 

Between tasks, waiting for the kids, or making a hot drink, I would usually pick up my phone and start scrolling.

 

I’d love to tell you that I made the switch from using the phone to meditating in silence and that I now have the zen of a Buddhist monk.

 

Or that I started doing push-ups and I now have a six-pack.

 

But I already resist both of those, so they didn’t quite appeal enough to get me to step away from the plastic rectangle.

 

This is what I did:

 

2. Instead of my phone I carry a small notebook.

 

(Fellow stationary lovers, for you: Hardcover, elastic snap to keep it closed, quality paper, A6.)

 

And a pen.

 

(Uni-ball, turquoise ink.)

 

I carry them everywhere.

 

Instead of passively consuming; I’m actively creating.

 

Some of what I write down is complete bollocks.

 

Occasionally I make ugly doodles.

 

But a lot of the time this happens:

 

I make notes for things that will help me and other people.

 

I journal and process ‘stuff’ that I’m working through.

 

I get my ideas out of my head and free up brain space.

 

It’s so simple.

 

It’s nice for my kids see me writing with a pen instead of typing on a screen.

 

(I know, because they told me, like this:

 

“I like it that you’re not on your phone all the time mum.”

 

Yeah, not exactly a Proud Parenting Moment.)

 

I sometimes forget to put my phone away, and when I do, that feeling of ‘busyness’ creeps back in.

 

The over-flowing brain and tension in my gut that stems from the sense that my time is not my own.

 

And my time is my own.

 

Like many of you, I’ve created a business where my time IS mine.

 

I choose the hours I work.

 

I limit the number of clients I take on.

 

I don’t schedule long-running programmes that include monthly calls because when I see it mapped out my calendar I lose my sense of freedom and start to feel sick.

 

And yet still I was filling my days.

 

Making myself answerable to people who didn’t even expect an answer!

 

Why?

 

When I tested for the trigger it came up as ‘It’s safe for me to be perfectly happy’.

 

Apparently I had a limiting belief that it wasn’t.

 

When I did the Energy Edit, up came the subconscious reasons for why it’s not safe for me to be perfectly happy:

 

Like… people don’t like perfectly happy people.

 

And… If you’re perfectly happy it can only go downhill.

 

That’s what my subconscious had been whispering to me.

 

So now my phone sits in the drawer until I actively WANT to use it.

 

For connections that feel harmonious.

 

At times when it feels good to connect.

 

Acknowledging that it’s ‘safe for me to be perfectly happy’ and releasing the fear of ‘someone being annoyed’ led me to the third and final hack.

 

This was a big one for me.

 

I’d tried it twice before and faltered.

 

  1. I handed my email inbox over to a VA.

 

A virtual assistant.

 

Which is a terrible name, because ‘virtual’ means ‘sort of’.

 

And who wants to hand their business to a ‘sort-of’ assistant?

 

Personally, I want a Definite Assistant.

 

(I do realise that it’s virtual because they work remotely, don’t worry.)

 

I couldn’t even imagine how handing over my emails to a VA would work.

 

So I got on a call and asked really stupid questions and this is what I found out…

 

(You might already know this, but if you don’t you might find this as GENIUS as I did.)

 

You set up a new email account and you don’t give the address to anyone apart from your VA.

 

You give your VA access to your business email account.

 

Your VA monitors the emails, replies to anything obvious, deals with anything that doesn’t need your input (this grows the longer you work together.)

 

The emails that DO need your input are forwarded to your secret email address.

 

You monitor that email address once a day – at the very most.

 

You hit reply and send your response back to your main email address.

 

Your VA copies the text over in a reply to the original email and sends it.

 

So you’re still replying to people personally when they need you to.

 

But you don’t have to wade through the stuff that needs admin assistance, or receipts that need filing, or any of the other random stuff that lands there.

 

You don’t have to check emails ‘just in case’ – only to find yourself in the vortex of ‘just quickly’ responding.

 

Your inbox is the to-do list other people want to give you.

 

It’s how other people think you should spend your time.

 

And I’d like to tell you that it’s not just ok for you to choose how you spend your time – it’s not just important.

 

It’s ESSENTIAL.

 

You get to choose.

 

That’s the point of creating your own business.

 

You don’t have a boss.

 

So don’t let the thousands of clients, connections and customers (real and potential) become thousands of bosses who dictate what you do and when you do it.

 

Repeat after me:

 

It is safe for me to be perfectly happy.

 

Have a brilliant day.

 

Lots of love

 

Michelle xxx

I Went On Strike. At Home.

Pete’s first day as a house-husband.

Neither of us could quite believe it.

He took the girls to school and came back with a massive grin on his face: “I think it’s sinking in now.”

“Ooh why?  Does it feel good?”

“It feels incredible.

We passed some kids, and one of them said ‘I’ve got you for two lessons this morning Sir.’ And I said ‘No you haven’t!’

And it hit me, I really was just coming home.”

And he just looked at me and smiled.

I had a good happy-cry at that.

I’ve never seen him so happy, so relaxed and so content.

We’ve all begun to realise just how stressed he was.

I explain to my clients that subconscious stress is like a computer running a programme in the background.

It takes up memory and capacity, and prevents you from operating at full speed.

That’s how Pete felt all the time.

He was constantly running a programme called I HAVE A STRESSFUL JOB in the back of his mind.

And now we’ve hit Force Shutdown on it.

He’s like a different person.

His tolerance levels are sky-high, he’s constantly joking around and he’s actually present with us when he’s here.

It’s a beautiful thing to witness.

The burning question seems to be ‘How’s Pete getting on at home?’.

Fecking brilliantly.

And here’s why…

Early last year I was trying to move my two businesses forward and struggling to gain traction.

Soul-searching to find why, I asked myself:

“What’s holding you back?”

The answer:

“Working from home and feeling responsible for every aspect of family life.”

On a normal day I dropped the kids at school, came home, and did all the jobs waiting for me.  By the time I sat down to do any work the day was half gone, I was fed up and frustrated and had lost my motivation for doing any work on my business.

Things came to a head one Sunday.  

Pete and the girls were having a fab time, laughing and playing together.  Meanwhile, I was organising dinner, school uniforms, PE Kits, lunches, swimming bags, and planning for the weeks activities, clubs, playdates and meals.  Again.

I thought ‘Bollocks to this’.

I was fed up of being the only one who had to think about all this stuff.

Then I made a decision.  (After a good cry, obviously.)

I was going on strike.

I typed a “Guide to Being Me”, which detailed every job I did around the house, and when it was done.  I didn’t want to spend my strike answering questions about the washing machine.

I included the things that take up brain-space – days, times and kit lists for the girls’ activities.  How to do the online grocery order, ideas for meals, snacks and lunches.

I also stressed the need to check in on everyone – is everyone happy, have the girls got play dates arranged, what are we doing for family fun?

The Guide To Being Me was five pages.  In a small font.

I went to Pete and told him I was going on strike.

He said “But you know I’ll always help you, you only have to ask.”

“But I don’t want help.  Because having help means I still have to do all the thinking and organising – and that’s as time-consuming and stressful as all the practical stuff.  I want you to know what has to be done without being asked.  And I think the only way you’ll really know is if you do it all for a couple of weeks without me being involved.”

The idea didn’t go down that brilliantly to start with to be honest.

So I explained – this is a problem for lots of women.

Past generations fought to give us the right to work, but without enough support at home it’s like having two full-time jobs.

I told him that lots of women struggle with this but maybe we could find a solution.

And that if we worked as a team it would allow me to build my business – and that one day I hoped to make enough money for him to quit his job.

So I went on strike.  At home.

And fair play to Pete, he took the challenge and he kicked ass.

I was able to fully focus on my work.  It felt amazing.  And fulfilling!

And Pete finally understood why sometimes I got a little bit stressed by the housework.  He fully appreciated how much I was doing that previously went un-noticed.

At the end of the two weeks, we were able to divide all the responsibilities and chores up between us.  

Pete continued with his share, without me having to do all the thinking and organising.

We began to thank each other for taking care of things, because we each knew the work involved.

And I was able to keep focussing – working, learning and growing – without the constant and never-ending distractions of being solely responsible for an entire home and family.

I know striking might seem a bit extreme.

But it worked.

That extra time and focus on my business was one of the things which led to me having all the skills I needed when things went crazy in August.

It’s certainly made our transition to hubby-at-home really easy so far.

All this, just because I asked myself:

“What’s holding you back?”

Now I’m not suggesting you immediately go on strike – but, if you’re running a business (or you’d like to) and you also do everything at home – it’s definitely a conversation worth having.

What I really recommend though, is asking:

“What’s holding you back?”

Let me know!

Lots of love

Michelle xxx
The Energy Editor

My Husband Quit

This summer, I made a LOT of money.

People keep asking me how I did it.

I have one answer – I identified the subconscious money story that was holding me back, I located it in my energy system, and I erased it.

That’s what I do.

I’m The Energy Editor.

In the past I’ve used my kinesiology skills to help people with all sorts of emotional and physical issues.

In July I turned my attention to money.

I edited the invisible money limit in my energy, and turned myself into a money magnet.

Then I started doing the same for my clients.

With amazing results.

My clients reported immediate changes:

Selling VIP packages

Making $23,000 in one week

Signing $40,000 worth of new clients

And not only was the money pouring in, but these women were ENJOYING it.

Less stress, guilt and fear.

More joy, fun and laughter.

This is what my work is all about.

I call it Wealth Without Limits.

The way we experience money is changing.

The goal is fun and freedom, with the bank balance to provide it.

In my life, Wealth Without Limits showed up in a long dreamt-of package.

As big sums of money started appearing in my bank account this summer, I knew exactly what I wanted.

 

One of my big goals was within reach.

I wanted my husband, Pete, to quit his job.

I went to him and said:  “I want you to hand your notice in.”

 

He went very quiet.

Now, you might be thinking that I’m a bit cheeky asking him to give up his job.

Let me give you some perspective.

Pete’s a teacher in a Secondary School (teaching 11-16 year olds).

The hours (contrary to folklore) are long and intense.

The pay is shite.

But if you’re spending every day imparting knowledge, shaping young minds and feeling a sense of satisfaction, the hours and the money doesn’t matter, right?

Sadly, ask a teacher about job satisfaction and you’ll hear this – too many kids in each class, too much bureaucracy and an out-dated curriculum.

Very little in the way of job satisfaction.

Still, Pete was hesitant.

We have two daughters and we had a baby boy in June and Pete didn’t want me to be under pressure.

It didn’t feel like pressure to me.

Having him at home to share childcare, take care of all the domestic stuff and support me in running a successful business?

To me, that’s a dream come true.

 The alternative: he goes back to teaching, gets more and more stressed and unhappy?

And I’d stay at home full-time, on the verge of biz-super-stardom, getting more and more frustrated as I try and juggle everything?

Now THAT sounds like pressure.

So we talked about it.

A lot.

We made plans for how it would all work.

And he went back on the first day of term and handed his notice in.

Last week was his first week at home and I have never seen him so happy.

And all because I got clear on why I was blocking money from flowing into my life.

It’s time to start talking freely about money, letting go of our financial baggage and creating real fun and freedom.

Are you ready for Wealth Without Limits?

Lots of love

Michelle xxx
The Energy Editor

My Money Story

I’ve got a confession to make.

In March last year I quit practising kinesiology.

After five years of studying, building my practice, and working with beloved clients, I packed away my kit to concentrate on my online business for the last few months of my pregnancy.

I had worked through my feelings of guilt around quitting something I’d worked so long to get to the top of, and I was genuinely excited to focus on my happiness teaching.

Fast-forward to July.

Baby Jackson was six weeks old and utterly perfect, being doted on by his dad and his two big sisters.

I, however, had started to feel restless.

I read about the concept of the upper limit…

That we all have a level of what we subconsciously believe we deserve to have and earn in life.

When we bump against those levels and try to push past them, we meet resistance.

We self-sabotage.  We attract circumstances that make things difficult.

We end up staying at the same level, energetically – and financially.  When I read that part, my spidey-sense kicked in on full power.

This explained why, in my two businesses – an online retail store and my kinesiology practice – when one got busy the other one slowed right down.

I had an invisible limit on my income, and no matter how hard I worked the total income would remain the same.

It explained why at the end of my honeymoon I manifested a jellyfish sting and then put my back out – because the resort was more luxurious than I was used to and so I couldn’t possibly just relax and enjoy it.

It explained why if I managed to squirrel away some extra savings, then the washing machine or car would break, because I couldn’t possibly have that much security.

And of course, if everything started going really well, if I dared to think about how well things were going, I’d wake up the next morning with my skin breaking out.  Lovely.

Skin issues aside, my invisible money limit had ensured that my income had stayed almost exactly the same for three years.

It seemed I needed to go on a massive money mindset mission to root through my mind and psyche for the secret explanation for my attitude to money.

Then I remembered.

I’m a kinesiologist!

I don’t need to wait, I can just ask my subconscious for the answers.

So I did.

I found my first limit in about two minutes; how awesome is that?

No exercises, no depressing moments, no tears, I just did my Energy Editor thing and muscle-tested for the answers.

In the energy work I do, all problems have a related block in the energy system.

My testing revealed my invisible money limit was to do with the two sides of my family.

One side is well-off, miserable and legendary for their tight-fistedness.  (My paternal grandmother once gave my brother a Walkman for Christmas.  It was worn, dusty and still had her Perry Como tape in it.)

The other side are hard-working, less well-off – and they are fantastic people… great fun, super-loving, really happy and heart-breakingly generous.

My experiences growing up with these two influences had resulted in a rather faulty belief – all rich people are miserable, and if you want to be really happy, don’t earn lots of money.

So, problem found, only a few months of mindset work to fix it.

Ugh.  That sounded like hard work.

Then I remembered.

I’m a kinesiologist!  I can fix this right now.

So I did.

A few energy corrections later and I’d shifted my first invisible money limit.

This process took me a few minutes to complete.

It would turn out to be the most important and life-changing thing I’d done since saying to my husband, Pete: “I’m VERY broody.” (Translation: Make me pregnant, NOW.)

Within 48 hours everything had changed.

Having driven my ‘well-loved’ Corsa (like a Geo Metro) for ten years, I went out the next day and bought a new car, which I also manifested a $8000 discount on.

I found a solution to a long-standing finance problem.

This problem did not have a solution.  Yet I found one!

This was exciting!  I wanted to share it.

The next day I popped into a Facebook group:

“I’ve got 15 baby-free minutes, and a new skill to practise.  Does anyone want their invisible money limit found and corrected?   I’m a kinesiologist and I’ll tune into your energy system and muscle test to find it.”

The crowd, as they say, went wild.

15 minutes ended up being two hours, with a pause to feed the baby and coming back for another few hours.

Now, when I first joined this group, as a way of getting to know people I’d offered to find their biggest money block for them, using my muscle-testing magic.  I got to know ladies in there and I got a big response.

But this time, because my hidden money story had changed, something else happened:

“I want to book a session with you Michelle.”

“I want a private session Michelle, how we can do that?”

“Can you and I work together one-on-one, Michelle?”

And so it went on.

I explained that I had a six week old baby, and also that I was no longer practising.

“Well if you decide to start practising please let me know.”

“And me.”

“Me too!”

I received private messages saying the same thing.

I spoke to Pete.  He’s a teacher, so he’s around for the summer, and he was quite happy to be daddy daycare if I wanted to bust out my kinesiology kit and do some work.

So I did.

I got great feedback and amazing things started happening for the ladies who had a session with me.

They shared their experiences.

Things like:

Since my session with Michelle… money is flowing in / I was contacted by my ideal client a few hours later / people are booking my VIP experience.

And I got busier and busier.

On the 20th July I started taking bookings.  By the 31st I’d received $5000 into my paypal account.

Zero to $5000 – in ELEVEN DAYS – from a business that I’d closed!

And guess what?  Even though one income stream went crazy, the other one didn’t slow down.

My online store was busier than ever too.

I ended up having an $11,600 month – by far the most money I’d ever made.

There were a few hiccups as I smacked into my limits – the dryer immediately died and I threw water all over my laptop.

A couple of energy corrections (and a very tech-talented hubby) later and everything was fine again and I kept moving upward with no more problems.

But that’s not the end of the story.

I thought I’d see what happened if I posted an offer of help in another – larger – forum.

Assuming there was no way the members would be interested, I sat back, ready to feel humiliated as my offer was inevitably swept to the bottom of the page.

Instead, I found myself calling “PETE!!  PETE I need your help!”

And we spent the next four hours in a whirl of energetic excitement.  I tested and set up the corrections, while he told me who was done and moved each set-up from my desk so I could do the next one.

555 comments on the thread later and there was no way I’d be able to do them all.

The next day I had to admit defeat.  But I had an idea.

“If anyone is interested then I can do a group correction where I smash the same energy block for everyone?”

And the crowd again went wild.

I was having a great time, people were feeling the energy shift, asking me how I did it, reporting back that good things were happening after my work, it was such good fun.

So I posted another one, and it got another great response.

That day I was having a chat with my brilliant friend Amy Latzen-Birks, the Strategy Ninja, and she uttered the immortal words:

“That’s a product.  Right there.  That’s a product.”

And The Prosperity Prescription was born.

Within 20 minutes she had me collecting email addresses from people who were interested in joining.

People signed up – they actually gave me their email address!

I kept hitting refresh on the Mail Chimp page and I couldn’t believe my eyes.

On Friday 8th August, my existing list had about 46 people on it.

By Saturday 9th August my new list had 300 new names and it was still growing.

That’s 650% growth in my list in one day.  

ONE DAY!

Amy had made one of my dreams come true by putting one of those fancy countdown timer things on my opt-in page!

Woohooo!!

And it was going to hit zero hour on Monday 11th August.

Gulp.

What a rush.  Emails went out on Saturday and Sunday.

On Sunday night my hubby built me a camera tripod out of a step ladder, a ruler and some electrical tape and I recorded the video that went on my sales page.

On Monday, the video went out, Charter Members were invited to enrol and Pete and I sat with our daughters, wondering what would happen.

I had said to them: “This might mean that Mummy gets paid to do something she absolutely loves doing!  So cross your fingers.”

And they did.

We waited.

Then…

‘Ping’

Email.

“Someone signed up! Someone signed up!”

We went crazy!

‘Ping’ again!

The girls cheered, I cried, Pete was stunned.

And so it went on.

We closed enrolment with 165 amazing Charter Members for The Prosperity Prescription.

I have never been so humbled, so grateful, and so mind-blowingly honoured.

I had created something and people wanted to join in.  I had formed a group that would take its members on a journey of transformation over the next year.

It was a dream come true – one of those dreams that’s just so big, and so magical, and so life-changing, you don’t even dare to dream it.  It’s just within you, waiting to be unleashed.

And because The Prosperity Prescription is all about helping you to achieve greatness, to help you raise your rates and make more money, I’ll tell you the numbers.

The Prosperity Prescription launch generated over $43,000 in two weeks.

Using a skill that, five weeks previously, I thought was redundant.

That’s what happened to me when I smashed my money limit and erased my money blocks around family ‘stuff’.

What do you think would happen if we smashed and erased yours too?

Here’s what members of The Prosperity Prescription were saying in their first week…

“Michelle you truly are a bright light in this world.  And I think I speak for everyone in the Prosperity Prescription when I say that your talent surpasses anything any of us might have ever anticipated receiving from you or this experience.”

Michelle you are super interactive… I feel heard, sensed, not TOLD what to do but included, invited, cared for and loved … you are over-delivering.

“I feel infinitely held and safe in this group to smash those upper limits and create some new lifetime patterns of releasing blocks and continuing to align to my heart, path and purpose.  Thank you!”

“I am loving being a part of this group!  I am breaking through barriers and already noticing a positive difference in only a few days.  I even had a prospect follow up with me the other day and I scheduled an appointment for today and she’s moving forward!  I’m so excited to see what the results will be after a year!”

I’m still pinching myself and wondering if I’ll wake up from the most incredible dream, I just can’t believe this is my life now.

And I can’t wait to see what happens over the next year, for me AND for the amazing Charter Members.

I’ll keep you posted!

Love from

Michelle
The Energy Editor
K.F.R.P.
BA (Hons)