Make It Thunder

It’s here! Your Monday morning/afternoon inspiration. Comes complete with totally flattering camera angles on yours truly. Screenshot 2016-05-09 11.00.30Ping me and I’ll put you in touch with my stylist. Or just watch the video and go make it rain, no stylist required.

And for those of you who hate video and just want the content already, and/or those who would rather not watch whatever that is that’s in my teeth while I’m talking:


Do y’all hear that?
[Sound of rain] I love the sound of rain. I love it. I freakin love it. So today, I was thinking about money, obviously, we talk about it that way, right? We talk about making it rain. I think it’s really easy to love real, physical rain. It makes things grow, it’s nourishing, it’s wet. And not so easy to love money.

Everybody talks about money like it’s this great evil, we say ‘money is the root of all evil.’ And what I want to say, [sound of thunder] oh my gosh, do you hear that? I freakin love that. Listen. Money is like rain, there’s a reason we call it that. Money is what we need in order to run our lives, support our families, do the things that we love. It matters.

Okay, it’s dying down now. There it goes. Do you hear it getting quiet? Money’s that way sometimes too, right? Sometimes it comes in a great thundering downpour, and there’s just lots of it, and sometimes you get these long dry spells. And I think the reason it’s that way is that we forget to really love the rain, we forget to court the rain, we forget to dance for it.

What I want to tell you is it’s okay to love money, because you need it. It can be beautiful, it can be thunder and lightening. You are valuable, your skills matter. So go forth, dance for the rain… [loud crack of thunder] Did you hear that? Oh my gosh, you guys, that is a sign. That is your sign to go out there and make some money. Sign up for Command Copywriter so we can help you really physically actually do that. Dude. Make it thunder.

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Fen Druadìn Head
Fen Druadìn Head is an award-winning freelance writer and coach. Her work can be found all over the internet in publications as diverse as Redshift Magazine and Grit. Fen's fiction is represented by Ethan Ellenberg.