Your new idea is pulling at your brain, making its way down your arms, through your hands, and out your fingers, tapping away on your keyboard, putting your newly formed thoughts onto “paper”, bringing your thought leadership into the real world, ready to share. Then…
as you are about to transform your most brilliant point into words, your mind flutters, the idea slides to the left, to be replaced by thoughts of what your next offer should be, and how you are going to cover the next payment on your credit card.
as you are about to transform your most brilliant point into words, you focus in on how to explain it, your confidence builds, more ideas flow, and you are finally ready to share your new ideas with the world.
What is the difference that results in the idea-sliding versus confidence-building endings to this thought leader story?
There is no difference. The cause of both endings is:
When money is tight (and debt increasing) staying focused, working on, and sharing your thought leadership can feel impossible.
When money is flowing (and debt is low or non-existent) your thought leadership flows freely and feels effortless.
Whether for Good or for Evil, the light or dark side of the force, your money is having an impact on your thought leadership.