Walter Fielding and Anna Crowley are looking for a new house- but there's not much they can afford, until they meet a con artist who sells them a beautiful mansion at a ridiculously low price, only there's a catch.
The second they move into the house it falls apart; the stairway collapses, the bathtub falls through the floor, the chimney falls into the house & anything that can go wrong, does. They quickly discover the house of their dreams is a complete and utter money pit!
Over the course of a year they end up having to renovate the entire house, but the renovations also prove to be a complete disaster; as the home falls apart so does their relationship.
If you haven’t seen this movie, this is The Money Pit with Tom Hanks and Shelley Long.
Here’s why I’m sharing this with you.
At the end of the movie, after their relationship has crumbled and they’re on the edge of walking away from both their dream house, which is now beautifully finished and each other, the head contractor says this:
“You know, just between us, there were a couple of times when I didn’t think we’d ever be able to put this baby back up. No, this wasn't an easy one, but the foundation was good, I'll say that. And if that's okay, then everything else can be fixed.”
This is why I feel so strongly about the messages I share with you in my daily notes and the work I do with my private clients; if you get the foundation right, the rest of your life will fall into place.
Getting the foundation right starts by feeling worthy of what lies on the other side.
What's one move you'd like to make before we close out the year, to help yourself build a strong foundation for the great life you've always wanted?
Weekly notes to help you take back control of the quality of your life.