Several of my coaching sessions over the past two weeks have centered on a leader’s relationship to money. In one case he was asking, “Do I have enough to leave my current job and do what I really want to do?” In another case her question was, “What is the monetary value of coaching?” And, in the final case, the issue was, “How much should my spouse get in our divorce?”
I saw again that unless a leader gets clear about their relationship with money, conscious leadership will live often as an idea and not an experiential reality. As we become more conscious as leaders we begin to actually experience that we have enough. Sufficiency becomes the reality in which leaders and teams live.