Can You Really Make Money from Your Purpose?

You’ve made it through a bunch of exercises designed to help you find your purpose AND now it’s time to discover how you can attract money with your purpose.

If you haven’t done the exercises yet, follow the links below to do them before you continue with this post. I can’t stress enough that reading isn’t enough.

The Law of Attraction Key is to take Inspired Action.

You can attract all the money, success and happiness you desire even in this failing economy, but in order to attract what you want, you MUST take inspired action.

Here are the links for you to catch up with the exercises, once you do that, I’ll be right here for you to continue on your journey:

Answer the ‘Find Your Purpose’ Questions

Create Your ‘Purpose List’

Do the ‘Purpose Brainstorm’

Okay, now you’ve gone through the exercises and it’s time to discover which of the, ways to attract money with your purpose, get you most excited…

Look at your ‘Purpose Brainstorm’ List and, quickly and without thinking too hard (I want you to go off your instinct on this) rate them in order of excitement. 1 is MOST exciting and then go on from there to least exciting.

A word of caution here…

I guarantee you the word IMPOSSIBLE is about to pop into your head.

I’m not asking you to rate these in terms of what seems MOST POSSIBLE…I want you to rate them in terms of what is MOST EXCITING.

I don’t care if you think it’s possible or not…

IN FACT, often the thing on the list that is most exciting to you will also seem the most impossible. GOOD!

What? How can that be good?

We can get you to attract what seems to be impossible IF and ONLY IF it excites you enough!


Next step in attracting money by living your purpose is to look at the top 3 things on your list. For each one of the top 3 things, I want you to write down EXACTLY what excites you about this.

To do this, you will have to PRETEND it seems possible. So these are the questions you need to ask yourself for each of the top 3 things on your list.

  1. If this was possible, what are all of the things that excite me about it?
  2. If this was possible, what are the things that don’t excite me about it?
  3. What kind of person would I have to be for this to be possible? What or who would I need to know? What would I need to believe? Etc.

Do that for ALL 3 of the top 3 on your ‘Money from your Purpose’ List…

And then, just like last time, don’t judge it…don’t decide if it is or isn’t possible, put it away in a drawer until our next post.

Before my next post, I want you to go read the free report I put up over the weekend as it will really prime you for what we are doing next time.

Let me know how you are doing with this…

Leave me comments and questions, I will answer you…

Accountability is key and that’s what I’m here for!

Go Big!


16 Responses to “Can You Really Make Money from Your Purpose?”

  1. I have taken inspired action. I have written a memoir that I wanted to publish, but I had been finding it difficult to get an agent interested in it, so I turned it into an ebook and put it up for sale. Mine is a story of the law of attraction in action.

  2. Dale Lovett says:

    Thank you for the accountability aspect of your posts.

    A technique for my advancement I’m using is associating incredible pleasure to “doing what’s on my list” and incredible pain for “Not doing what’s on my list”.

    This is causing me to get very emotionally involved to attract what I want and repel that which I do not want…both written out by hand to make things clear to myself.

  3. Brett says:

    Hi Kristen. I just wanted to say thank you for your emails. I’ve been studying this stuff for 4 years now (Esther & Jerry Hicks, Mike Doohley, of course ‘The Secret’ where it all started, Napolean Hill, Dale Carnagie, William wattle, and a bunch of others. I’ve learned a ton from all of you and have manifested some startling and incredible things. I keep getting your emails but haven’t gone VIP because I’m working all day and then studying internet marketing through a course right now and am not taking on anything more at his time. This email is simply to thank you for your part in all this and I’m grateful for your input. I’m curious… are you still acting? Is that still the GOBIG dream of your life. I’d love to hear from you.
    Thank you, Sincerely,

  4. Kathleen De Pover says:

    Hi Kirsten,
    Thank you so much for everything you are bringing into my life. Just before summer the love of my life left me for the second time for another woman and almost at the same time I lost my job due to economical crisis. At first I was devestated and in shock for weeks. Now I see it as a sign from God and the Universe that something much better is out there for me and everyday I take action, however small it is sometimes to go for my dreamlife. Thank you for being with me, because at times you seem like my only friend,
    God bless you and thank you with all my heart,

  5. jerie says:

    i’m done with previous lessons yet & i get mails from various donors of lessons provided by links from where i agreed to take lessons from so before i could really concentrate on who i should take lessons from i have to read all the mails i’m really not sure of if it is part of the lessons i agreed to take, thought e-mail addresses should be kept confidential

  6. Natalia says:

    Hi Kristen! Wonderful exercises!!! I had SO MUCH FUN writing everything down :)Enjoyed it a LOT 🙂
    Thank you, Natalia :)I do it from time to time on my own but the itemizing, prioritizing and estimating helped here :)It is like more organized writing or daydreaming 🙂 🙂 Thanks again! 🙂

  7. Natalia says:

    Hi Kristen! I had SO MUCH FUN doing all these excercises! Usually I LOVE writing my dreams down on paper but here itemizing, prioritizing and estimating really helped a lot! It was like more organized writing or daydreaming 🙂 🙂 🙂 Thank you very much 🙂 And I will be waiting for the next exercise with an excitement! Natalia 🙂

  8. Mark says:

    A big thank you Kristen,
    I have continued to follow and doing the exercises,even though I have a lot on my plate. This has been very helpful and challenging as well. I realize that to get to where I want to be, takes devotion and hard work. I will continue to follow and gain insight into what I am trying to accomplish!

  9. Chai says:

    Hi Kristen, This is the first time I am in your blog. I found that every word you give us is the wonderful and great messages. I have not completed as your suggestion. But from now on, I’ll do it every single day. And I feel everything will be on my way. Thanks again for your great messages.


  10. Kristen,

    I need a specific help for the or an inspired action for my work in art. I prepared 16 selfportraits that you can see on the video on my website (16 aspects).

    That’s an important work of my life and I want it will be a success with that.

    A lot of peole doesn’t take the time to watch it, therefore I know you will.

    I am happy to share with people like you and I am pretty sure a day I will meet you somewhere.


  11. Eddie Dean says:

    Hi Kristen, I think I have a little more of a problem. I don’t remember anything that use to excite me as a child. Now days my job no longer excites me. I am married, but the road she has been on has been terrible, just trying to get out of that rut is hard . every one I work around with, both coples work and are making a good living. My wife is disabled now, and it’s all up to me to do everything. I have been very excited about my job, but I lost the excitement, to many have held me back. Well I am trying to change all that by starting a work at home job, seems like that is the only way I can get started again. I have tried to get another job, but the econemy has been pretty bad. But time to move on,only way I know how to do it. Thanks for taking time to listening to me. Hope I have’nt brought you down. Have a good day. ED

  12. Carole says:

    I have my vision of what I desire, I take inspired action – or at least I think so.

    The problem is – I need things to happen. I am desperate. To relax, let go, and let the universe take over when I am facing real problems is impossible.

    Like – How am I going to get to work next week when my sister wants her car back, and I don’t have the money to buy a car. Is the universe just going to drop one off at my doorstep? Or do I have to figure out a way to work 24×7 to make it happen?

    Whats the real answer?

  13. Heather says:

    taking the inspired action is the biggest step and I’ve discovered that when I’m more clear on what I want then I can discern better which opportunity to take.
    It never fails that when I start thinking about something in particular a million opportunites show up. Then I flounder about trying to decide which ones would benefit me the most.
    When I’m most clear about the outcome, the ‘best’ opportunity ‘feels’ right.

  14. Susan says:

    The only things I keep coming up with are staying at home and clothes shopping

  15. Susan says:

    Hi Kristen, I think I am paralized in fear. My husband left me with my son and I haven’t worked since we got married I helped him with his business. I don’t feel I have any purpose.

  16. Gh says:

    Just thanks for the eye openers… It’s working.

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