Coaches Corner: How to Create More Money with Christy Whitman

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If you struggle with your finances or would like more money, then you’ll love my conversation with another master coach, Christy Whitman. She is a Transformational Leader, Celebrity Coach and the New York Times Bestselling Author of The Art of Having It All.

Christy is the CEO and founder of the Quantum Success Learning Academy & Quantum Success Coaching Academy, a 12-month Law of Attraction coaching certification program. Christy has helped thousands of people worldwide to achieve their goals through her empowerment seminars, speeches, coaching sessions and products.

In this episode, we talk about her new training program that will teach you how you’re unconsciously blocking more moolah from coming into your life, 3 easy steps to become a money magnet, and the #1 thing you should do next to become a deliberate creator of financial abundance.


Once you shift your relationship with money, you’ll be amazed at how quickly your financial success can change!!!!

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  • Eugene Sanford

    Hello Christine. I was just listening to Episode #30 about the fear of being alone. As I was listening to that, I was also relating to how Christina felt about having someone in her life, ending up old and alone, and I pretty much feel the same way. They say all the good ones are taken, and they’re right. I am slowly looking, but then I tend to put on the brakes when I see that a relationship would not be possible.

    • Christine Hassler

      Eugene, I hear you and invite you to work with your belief, “all the good ones are taken.” Is this REALLY true and is there a more supportive belief for you to hold? Remember, it only takes ones:) I invite you to keep your heart open and also trust divine timing.

      • Eugene Sanford

        Hello Christine. I recently met this woman at my church, and asked for a business card. I wanted to get to know her, but after emailing her, I found out that It was her work email, and was told that It was slightly inappropriate. I also noticed that someone else that I was crushing on, is now dating someone. So, basically, I am almost at the point where maybe love is not for me. I’m having some conversation with a co-worker about it, and maybe where I live doesn’t have the right people to meet. My question to you is, are there any new rules or do’s and don’ts of dating, or how to approach or meet someone special?

        • Christine Hassler

          Eugene, from my experience “rules” can be limiting. I encourage authentic communication and authenticity. You can still be flirty and authentic. This might help you too: