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What’s Your Unique Moneymaking Proposition?

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Unique moneymaking proposition

Do you know your “Unique Moneymaking Proposition?”

Unique Moneymaking Proposition (UMP) is a term I use to describe the potential each of us has to harness our gifts to make a living doing something we love. 

Spiritual and Intuitive souls are the first to overlook their gifts.

I have found this to be the case time and time again. Many clients I serve are spiritual and intuitive and they come to me looking for coaching around finding their life purpose. They desperately want to leave jobs they dislike but they are stumped as to what they can do instead.

Clue: Your Unique Moneymaking Proposition is always actually “hidden in plain sight.”

Why does your Unique Moneymaking Proposition appear to be hidden?

Most people are unable to assess themselves accurately. They’re blind to what others can see. This is why it’s so helpful to work with a mentor or a coach. They can see what you don’t and bring it to your attention. They will easily spot the things about you that make you unique that you take for granted.

Your UMP is always something you are already doing, probably since you were very young that comes naturally and easily to you. And that is why you take it for granted and can never “find it.” It’s too obvious!

When things come naturally and easily to us we tend to enjoy doing them. It’s not a grind. We are just being ourselves.

Why should you want to find your Unique Moneymaking Proposition?

If you long to find work that truly fulfills you start by finding your UMP. When you identify what your good at and enjoy doing you’ll easily find the right work. This goes for anyone hoping to start their own business, or those of you in mid-life or nearing retirement looking for your second act.

So how do you find your Unique Moneymaking Proposition?

Your UMP is completely intertwined with your passion, purpose, mission, gifts, talents and blessings. There is a system to unearthing all six and identifying the common thread that runs through all of them. When they come together so does your unique moneymaking proposition along with doing work you love and living a life you love.

If you’re ready to find soul-satisfying work you love doing that comes easily to you and be paid well look no further than your UMP.

End the frustration of doing work that doesn’t fulfill you. Change your life quickly by finding your UMP with my Discover Your Purpose & Prosper program.

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  1. Was it Steve Jobs who said if you do what you love, you never have to work a day in your life. Whoever said it, It’s true!

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  2. Hi Angela,

    I definitely resonate with the message in this post. And often, find myself wondering some of the same things of my own life’s purpose. Looking forward to reading more!

    Cheers,
    Becca
    leadingacolourfullife.blogspot.ca

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    • Hi Becca,
      Nice meeting you!
      I’m having an open Q&A this evening about my new program: From Passion to Profitability. Why not join the call and find out more?
      Subscribers are getting the link for the call today so all you have to do is subscribe and you’ll be notified.
      Best,
      Angela
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  3. this is definitely a question enough people don’t ask themselves.

    mine is graphic design.

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    • Hi Ron,
      I agree! When you look you find.
      Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.
      Best,
      Angela

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