Once there was a successful professional woman who had one secret flaw…

She could NOT get herself out of bed in the morning.

When she finally got the courage to her coach, she explained all the reasons she wasn’t able to get up in the morning, childhood trauma from bad news that had her bedridden, and more.

He said:

“I know why you’re not able to get out of bed. Are you ready for it?”

She eagerly awaited his answer.

“You’re not getting out of bed because you’re not getting out of bed.”

The woman blinked.

“Will you commit to getting out of bed when the alarm goes off every morning for seven days?” he asked. “Just for seven days. Then check in with me.”

She did as he asked, and a week later the woman was beyond excited.

“I didn’t know that I could get out of bed! My whole life has changed!”

What if the reason you’re not making the money you desire is because you’re not doing the things required to make the money you desire?

The recipe for making money is simple:

  • A person who has a need.
  • A product or service you have that meets it.
  • An agreement to offer you money in exchange.

Of course, there are lots of types of offers you can make and many different people you can help, but the recipe itself is simple.

No matter what “money blocks” and “limiting beliefs” you may have about money…

…if you’re willing to do what it takes to help someone with a problem, you can always get money.

A quick metaphor:

When you run out of bread or milk, what do you do?

You (probably) go to the store and get some more.

What if getting more money was that simple?

When we break this down to the simple actions necessary — regardless of how you might feel about them — they’re much more doable.

If you’re not sure where to begin with this simple recipe, here are some Wealth Generating Questions inspired by Michael Neill.

  • Who would you love to serve with the gifts you have? Write down the names of specific people you know.
  • What do they want or need that you would love to provide?
  • What would you love to do that they would be happy to pay money for?
  • What would be a fun thing to offer?
  • What would make them jump up and down with delight if you could find a way to provide it for them?


Now choose your favorite idea that’s inspired by the questions above and make someone an offer.

Go get ‘em, tiger.

Yours in creative play,

Steph