Making small deposits into the Bank of Life will always open doors to unlimited resources.

I had a conversation with one of my “Incubator” clients and she talked about how she was finding it hard to stay above water financially. With worry and fear in her voice, I can hear the root of the problem.  Her problem stemmed from months and years of resentful giving, and people pleasing.  Many entrepreneurs, especially mompreneurs give from an mentally and physically exhausted, and maybe even financially tapped out stance..

As the conversation, continued clarity began to show its face.

Giving should be tied to clear intentions, expectations and detachment.  We can not take any of this stuff with us when our time on earth is up. That’s why in my opinion it is important to give in order to change someones situation, circumstance or well being.  Many of us give to the point where we handicap a persons capabilities to think and do for themselves.  That right there is a lot of energy being dispersed and sometimes finances being dispensed.

When I am being used as a blessing or paying it forward, I feel as if I am making a small deposit into the Bank of Life. For example, when my children need something, resources show up, when my mother takes the trip to the doctor for a test result, good health shows up, when my kids need to go to college, scholarships show up, when I am low on funds, contracts show up, when I am looking for a breakthrough for a client, answers show up, when I feel discouraged, someone has a kind word for me to keep me going. Super natural resources will show up without me begging, pleading or worrying because I know I have made deposits into the Bank of Life and I wake up knowing that I have another opportunity to be a blessing to someone TODAY.

According to the Wikipedia, The expression “pay it forward” is used to describe the concept of asking that a good turn be repaid by having it done to others instead.

In my opinion, the expression “deposits in life’s bank” is used to describe, the act of giving with the statement that you will be able to make a withdrawal for something or someone when needed.

As for my Incubator client, she was able to focus on what she was giving others and why. She was able to identify the money making opportunities in her business by getting focused. This was a major shift for her to be able to pull out a withdrawal from the Bank of Life. She was able to identify what she needed in order to grow her business, save her marriage, say “no” to some family and friends.  Three days later, she called me with a major client project and the baby sitting support she needed for her children as well as making a date to spend time with her husband.

Life can be rewarding.  There is no lack when you give with clear intentions in a state of expectancy.

Knowing that you are dealing with the Life bank, resources is limitless.

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1 Comment on When is the last time you made a deposit?

  1. Lisa St Brice
    July 11, 2011 at 10:52 am (6 years ago)

    I can relate to this article, great post as usual!
    Thanks for keeping our eyes on the finish line.

    Lisa St. Brice

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