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  • Writer's pictureAlara Sage

Tapping into the Nitty Gritty of Wealth and Abundance

In this episode of the Ecstatic Women podcast, host Alara Sage speaks with our incredible guest, Anjel B. Hartwell. This episode is jam-packed with wisdom and insights on wealth and abundance that you don't want to miss. 💰

Here are three powerful takeaways from this mind-blowing conversation:

1️⃣ It's not about the duration, it's about the impact: Angel shares her personal experience of investing in herself and how she gained $10,000 worth of value in just a 15-minute conversation. This challenges the notion that we need to commit to lengthy programs or consume massive amounts of content to achieve success. It's all about identifying what truly aligns with our essence and taking inspired action to thrive, not just survive.

2️⃣ Shatter the "shoulds": Angel encourages us to break free from societal programming and let go of the "shoulds" that hold us back. By following our intuition and embracing inspired action, we can tap into our true potential and create a life of abundance and fulfillment. So, let's stop "shitting" ourselves with limiting beliefs and start embracing the excitement and knowingness that comes with taking bold steps toward our dreams.

3️⃣ Share the wealth: In the spirit of abundance, Angel urges us to share this episode with anyone who may be in a worry phase or pushing away wealth. Let's spread the knowledge and empower others to embrace their own journey towards wealth and abundance. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast for more incredible episodes like this one!

This episode is a game-changer, and I can't wait for you to listen and be inspired. Listen to “The Path To Embodying Wealth” on The Ecstatic Woman Podcast

Anjel on The Ecstatic Woman Podcast
Anjel B. Hartwell

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