Rethinking how we relate to money can be a huge eye-opener for some of us and lead us in new directions. Where money is concerned, are you an optimist (always trying to see bright side of a situation) or a pessimist (generally seeing the negatives in any situation)?
If your reading this, chances are good that you are an optimist. Coaching is certainly an entrepreneurial occupation, and as we all have learned at one time or another, the returns fluctuate between a trickle and a flood.
Currency as the word we use for money derives from a Latin word that means to run or flow.
Just as a river must keep flowing—else it gets clogged and stagnates—it is circulation that keeps it vital and flowing.
If our intention is to hold onto money and hoard it, we are stopping its circulation and that of our life energy as well. This way of seeing money moves beyond the economic idea of money as a tool of commerce and toward a more holistic vision of currency, the flow of energy.