How healthy is your money mindset?
It's actually quite simple. If your bank account isn't where you want it to be, your money mindset needs work.
Most of my new entrepreneur clients have money blocks that are preventing them from attracting the abundance they desire. We release them and replace them with more helpful beliefs.
What are money blocks?
Money blocks are conscious or subconscious negative thoughts and limiting beliefs about wealth and the kind of people who are wealthy. Often these attitudes stem from childhood — hearing your parents or other adults argue about money and/or say things like, “Money doesn't grow on trees” or “money doesn't buy happiness”.
If you feel jealous of others who have money and/or think the rich aren't nice people, you have money blocks. If you have self worth issues and feel that you're not good enough to deserve wealth, you have money blocks. And if you think money shouldn't be important and it would be greedy to want more than you have… You guessed it! You have money blocks.
Many people fear success and have difficulty embodying a successful self image and identity due to their money blocks.
It doesn't really matter where your money blocks come from. What's important is to identify and release them so you can begin to create the prosperous life you desire and deserve. You can accomplish this quickly with hypnosis, and there are many shifts you can achieve on your own. Once you have corrected your attitudes about wealth and released your money blocks, it's time to start attracting abundance to you.
5 tips to strengthen your money mindset:
1. Be grateful for what you have.
Cultivating an attitude of gratitude is the single best way I know to improve your life and to attract abundance.
Start a gratitude journal and write down ten things every day that you are grateful for. They don't all have to be about money. The idea is to change your money mindset and to attract abundance in all areas of your life. If your relationship isn't 100% ideal, write down ten things about your significant other that you admire and are grateful for.
Make a decision to be happy and to be grateful for what you already have. You will draw more good stuff toward you, I promise!
2. Give More.
Don't be a hoarder and program yourself with a scarcity mindset. There is unlimited abundance in the universe and enough to go around for everyone.
Donate regularly to charity. Make a list of all the people and charities you will give money to as your wealth increases.
Clean your house and get rid of clutter. Make room to receive more. Know that as you give more away, you draw more toward you. Not only is helping others good karma, it just feels good.
3. Monitor your words and thoughts about money.
Never say or allow yourself to think, “I can't afford that.” Instead, tell yourself it's not a priority right now, or ask yourself, “How can I afford that?” Do you hear the difference?
Don't bash others because you are jealous of their success. Cheer others on and be genuinely happy to see others succeed. Know that money is an amplifier of your true nature. If you were a jerk when you were broke, you'll be more of a jerk when you're rich. If you were a kind and generous person when you were broke, you will give away even more when you are rich.
If you use affirmations, ensure you word them positively. For example, saying, “I am financially free” is much more powerful than saying, “I am debt free” due to how your subconscious mind works. Always focus on what you want, not what you don’t want.
4. Honor the money you do receive.
When you receive money for work that you do, be grateful for it, and do your very best work in return: under-promise and over-deliver.
Save more. As a former financial planner, I always recommend that everyone save 10% of all they earn. Be responsible with your money and don't waste it buying things you really don't need. Develop a budget and a debt repayment strategy if you need one.
Every month, add up all of the money that you received or earned and write it down. Calculate your net worth instead of adding up your debts, and write it down every month. Look at these two numbers and concentrate on feeling genuine gratitude as you see your monthly income and net worth increasing every month.
If you owe anyone money and have been avoiding them, make plans to pay them back to release any guilt and shame and to improve your self worth.
5. Expect good fortune.
Love yourself, develop an awareness of your value; and know that you are worthy of receiving abundance.
Invest in personal development and training to increase your worth. Learn new skills so you can provide more value and feel confident when charging for the work you do.
The more you help others, the more money you deserve to earn. Ask, “how can I help?” more often.
Did this help you? I'd love to hear from you. What other tips do you have that have worked for you?
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