Hello, you gorgeous Queen!
I mentioned how money loves when you take swift aligned action. So, what does that really mean?
Aligned Action is so much more than just taking action.
Action is when you're just taking action to take action. "Just Do It" as NIKE says - but, what is "it"?? If you're not listening to your intuition, you may start taking a bunch of action that you think would be the next step and that you think might bring you success and money. In the long run - this could work! Action is action, and it is important whether aligned or not. However, without aligned action, chances are you will be working a lot harder and for a longer period of time. This type of action will probably feel really hard and lead you to giving up or wanting to give up several times because it will seem like it may not be working.
Have you ever heard the phrase, "Money loves a plan" or "Money loves speed"?
You may have heard this before and thought, "what the heck does that even mean?"
Let me tell you in a way that is easy to understand.
Part one: Money loves a plan.
Money loves to know where it's going. If money flows to you, are you prepared to receive it? If you're saying to yourself, "Yes, obviously I'd love to get a million dollars and I'm sure I'll have no problem spending it!" - Chances are, you haven't actually prepared for it.
Let's pretend Leonardo Dicaprio (my personal fave - if you prefer Ryan Gosling, Beyonce, or someone else - sub in their name) decided he was going to stay with you. His assistant calls you up and says, "Hey, so we know you've been a fan for a long time and Leo will be in your town, how would you like him to stay with you today?"
Your initial reaction: "HOLY SH*%!! YESSS!!!!! THIS IS WHAT I HAVE ALWAYS WANTED!!"
Assistant: "Great, so do you have a place...
How many journals do you have?
I have probably 100+ (okay, this may be an exaggeration but it's A LOT) . It's kind of a joke with my friends because I buy them so often.
I LOVE journals and they are so cute. When I see a journal, I see possibilities and I'm inspired. Blank pages ready to turn into dreams.
At a young age, I think a lot of us start journaling by writing the classic, "Dear Diary...." - I know that's how I started! Just writing about whatever happened that day and sometimes my feelings.
Then I started prayer journaling (I went to a private Christian school, so this was all the rage in middle school and high school). Prayer journaling consisted of switching out the "Dear Diary" to "Dear God" and then telling God your fears, hopes and requests. I journaled this way for a long time until one day I read a book that said to journal out what your perfect week looked like - with as much detail as possible.
While I was writing out my dreams, I felt SO motivated,...
If you've been following my IG stories over the last couple of weeks, you know by now that I have made May the "Month of Manifesting".
So in honor of #ManfiestingMay, let's chat about Manifesting!!
Manifesting in the simplest terms is this: Creating your reality.
A lot of people think manifesting has to be this super "woo-woo" practice. Really, though, it can be as woo-woo (or not) as you'd like it to be. It's all about what you feel works best for you, what you feel comfortable with, what feels fun for you, etc.
Let's get one thing clear about manifesting: we are always - always - manifesting.
There are two types of manifesting, however:
1. Active Manifestation: this is when you are actively aware of what you are creating.
2. Passive Manifestation: this is when you are NOT actively aware/conscious of what you are creating.
The goal is always to be actively manifesting your desired reality.
This consists of becoming aware of:
- Your Patterns, Programming and...
For my first blog, I want to tell you a little overview about me and the birth of Commission Queen.
If you don't know me quite yet, my name is Bekkah. I'm so happy and humbled to have you here!
My passions are:
- Creating and living my dream life and inspiring others to do the same
- Traveling the world
- Real Estate
I became a Realtor when I was 21 years old, which considering I wanted to be one since age 10...my parents are surprised I waited that long. Seriously, though. It was my dream to be a Realtor starting at the age of 10.
When I got older, I fell into the whole "going to college to get a job" thing before I could even think about what I really wanted. With Divine intervention, I was clearly told to get my real estate license (another blog on that another day).
Starting in real estate was rough for me. I went into it thinking, "Oh isn't this going to be so dreamy!?"
Turns out - it wasn't so dreamy to start.
I bounced around to 3 different brokerages...