Learn from the lesson and move on

I watched televangelist Joyce Meyers this morning while enjoying a cup of coffee. She made a good point (as she usually does) about leaving behind regrets, missed opportunities, resentments by saying (something to the effect of) “If the horse has been dead for ten years, it’s time to dismount.”

Sometimes I meet with people who have regrets about what they may have or not have done with their money. I always encourage people to move on, but sometimes people are stuck to the memory, and it holds them back. There is no benefit in holding back, unless you haven’t learned whatever lesson was presented to you by that experience. If that is the case, the lesson will often be brought to you in different forms over the years unless and until you accept the lesson. I hope that this post resonates with you and gives you permission to let go and move ahead. You cannot fly if you’re spirit is handcuffed by regret or resentment. FLY!

About Amy Jo Lauber

I help people who are overwhelmed take control & make good financial decisions with confidence and experience peace and abundance. Are you ready to say goodbye to working hard but not having anything to show for it? Go to www.lauberfinancialplanning.com "Let's Talk" tab to schedule your complimentary initial consultation and take the first step on the path to financial empowerment.
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