The “Hero’s Journey” is a concept made famous by Joseph Campbell, and one that you often hear about in the coaching and personal development spaces.
The Hero’s Journey, according to Wikipedia, is “the common template of stories that involve a hero who goes on an adventure, is victorious in a decisive crisis, and comes home changed or transformed”.
Think Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, Frodo in Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter, etc …
But I haven’t heard of it talked about when it comes to money before, until I read something recently that Maria Nemeth wrote in her book “The Energy of Money”:
“I have come to see our relationship with money as a hero’s journey. It is a path fraught with trials and triumphs, tribulations and treasure”
I get what she’s saying, but it seems very heavy to think of money in terms of a hero’s journey – which is usually something huge, think main characters having to save the world by achieving an incredible feat with the odds stacked against them like blowing up the Death Star, or killing a dragon!
One thing I like about Nina Cooke’s approach to money mindset is she keeps it light. She helps clients remove their money blocks without applying more pressure, which usually stops the flow of money.
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