Alright ladies, I’ve got a question for you. When things go great in your life do your friend and family truly see the hard work you put in or do they think you have horseshoes up your butt and are a lucky bitch?
No offense dudes, but when it comes to financial abundance and hard work, women rarely get credited for deserving it. This stereotype is what instigates poor money mindsets in women and is the foundation for Denise Duffield-Thomas’ business.
Denise is an online business coach and motivational speaker who helps women create more financial abundance and success in their life. Having chugged along in a corporate position she hated, then finally giving it up to follow her dreams and travel, she has created the cheeky brand Lucky Bitch to help others ditch detrimental money mind blocks, use the law of attraction and stop under-earning.
Now, money is one of those topics that I don’t often talk about on my blog because it’s a very personal and somewhat taboo (but it shouldn’t be) and I think it’s important to acknowledge it as a tool to give you financial freedom.
This year I really noticed a difference in my financial situation. I started asking the universe for things and in return, I have had my most successful year in business.
Now we want to know, what does ‘luck’ mean to you? Share your answer in the comment section below for your chance to win a copy of Denise’s amazing book Get Rich, Lucky Bitch! and overcome your money blocks now!
To find out how you can create more success and abundance in your life and business, click play above or download this in iTunes or on Stitcher Radio (and do not forget to leave a review as these help others to find and enjoy my podcast).
What you’ll learn in this podcast:
- A little background on Denise and how she created her business Lucky Bitch
- How manifesting abundance can make it a reality
- How we self-sabotage our success and what you can do to prevent this from happening
- The top money blocks and how to work through them
- Why you need to fake it until you make it when you’re first starting out and why that’s not a bad thing