Sharon Sloper is the owner of Collective Harmony Healing Arts and Collective Crypto Strategies in Fridley, MN. Her connections in the crypto space provide her early and trending information. Sharon has her Master’s in Holistic Alternative Psychology. She is also a Certified Transformational Life Coach and has earned her Humanistic Neuro-Linguistic Psychology (HNLP) as well as Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner Certifications. Her goal is to guide and support clients as they find balance in the four quadrants that make up the square of their life.
These phrases may sound familiar to you:
- I really thought I would be making more money in my career by now.
- I live for the weekends where I can spend my day doing something I enjoy.
- I don’t really know what truly makes me happy.
- Finances are a source of constant stress and argument between my partner and me.
- My finances are a source of worry and stress.
Circling the square of life and restoring health and wealth wholeness to your mind, body, and spirit with a guided, thoughtful approach through your own deep research or even better with an intuitive, collective team of highly trained, helps you circle those often out of balance areas. I fully believe this and know firsthand as I am one of those experts who serves as part of teams who helps people. I too have been helped by teams of experts in these fields, but…diving into that is a lot to tackle in one mere post, so for today, let’s focus on the wealth quadrant or financial stability.
Everyone longs to be healthy and happy and that is a societal, acceptable norm. But when someone longs to be financially stable – in whatever way that resonates with them, it may not be as acceptable by societal standards because we all define and measure what that means differently.
For me, financial stability may mean being able to buy the horse of my dreams or take more three-day weekends.
For another, it may mean having enough assets to leave her children when she passes from this life to the next.
And to yet to another, it may mean having enough stability to not worry about the incidentals and unexpected things that are sure to pop up, requiring funds in between paychecks.
It may not be OK to say these things aloud for fear of mob mentality accusations of greed or others questioning your decisions in life. However, one thing is certain and can be screamed from the rooftops as facts are inarguable facts; money is a stressor for most. In fact according to a survey by Personal Capital and Harris Poll, in the last quarter of 2021, only 34% of American said they feel financially stable. The numbers aren’t out yet for 2022, but I think it’s safe to say with inflation being as out of hand as it is today, that percentage is now more likely 20%.
So, knowing all this, why is being financially stable so important to our overall health – and living a well-balanced life?
The number one reason is minimizing our stress levels. Stress. There’s that word again. It may sound overused at times, and it may be overused at times, but it is an undeniable underlying root of much of what ails us. Curbing the financial stress level will make us healthier – and more happy and thus more balanced. Think about how stress affects us, to name a few:
- Poor sleep
- Anxiety disorders
- Memory issues
- Difficulty paying attention
- Decision making paralysis
- Lower functioning immune systems
- Poor gut, brain, and heart function
- Disrupted hormone regulation
Each one of these bulleted points often leads to other issues, for example, poor or lack of sleep, anxiety disorders, and depression can lead to clouded decision making and substance abuse. Overeating to obesity, obesity to major health issues… The cycle goes on. Until we break it.
NOW, imagine your life without financial stress, more control, and the financial nirvana….stability! I hear angels singing! It’s a much better place and it does actually exist.
- Less stress and better health. Get that good night’s sleep and have energy to enjoy the things that make your heart sing. Feel better physically. Fight off those colds and flus.
- Healthier relationships. Money is still the number one reason couples argue. Imagine simply being more present in your children’s’ lives, your friends’ lives, just because you aren’t worrying about your finances all the time.
- More freedom to choose.Make the career change without being too afraid. Invest without worry of losing but being strategic about your decisions. Freedom to spend the way you want.
- Be generous with your time with those you love. Be generous with your time in volunteering. Be generous with your money and give charitable.
- Generational wealth. Pass that stability on to your kids. Set them up and teach them to avoid the traps which you had to break free.
Again, financial stability means something different for everyone. I think we can all agree that being in control of our finances is a desired space and a more power position. Consider that cryptocurrency may be your starting point; one of the answers to long term financial security and generational wealth.
You’ve heard the buzz. You’ve been curious. You’ve wondered, is it right for me? Consider these benefits and then make your decision about taking the first step to making cryptocurrency part of your financial stability path.
- Inflation protection
- Low transaction costs
- Stable, government- resistant store of value
- You control and govern your funds
- Exponential industry growth
- Outsized returns – Bitcoin being the best performing asset in the past 12 years
- Private and secure
Sharon Sloper is the owner of Collective Harmony Healing Arts and Collective Crypto Strategies in Fridley, MN. Sharon is part of the ground-breaking cryptocurrency group, The Founder’s Group. Her connections in the crypto space provide her early and trending information. Sharon has her Master’s in Holistic Alternative Psychology. She is also a Certified Transformational Life Coach and has earned her Humanistic Neuro-Linguistic Psychology (HNLP) as well as Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Master Practitioner Certifications. Her goal is to guide and support clients as they find balance in the four quadrants that make up the square of their life.