It's easy to forget that we are all perfect in our own design. Sometimes we muck it up with habits and choices that do not serve us.
Financial success starts in the mind and there are incredibly simple affirmations that can help you attract wealth.
If you have a good attitude about money – if you like thinking about it, and reading about it, and managing it effectively – you can learn how to attract money more easily.
But if you have negative ideas around money – it’s hard to make, you’ll never have enough of it, and you don’t like checking your bank account because you’re afraid of what it’s going to tell you – guess what?
You’re going to find it very difficult to make, save, and manage your money.
And you’ll probably never get to a place where you are entirely free from financial worry.
The good news is that there are simple and actionable affirmations that you can do every day to help you change your perspective of money and attract wealth.
The messages we receive in childhood form our earliest impressions about money. Let’s see if any of these scenarios seem familiar.
Whatever the experience may be, we form negative beliefs around money that sabotage our financial success.
Let’s take a deeper look at some of the myths that form around attracting success in your life, and see if any of these concepts resonate with your own beliefs.
In many low to middle-income families, there’s a belief that rich people earn their money on the backs of the poor.
This isn’t always true, of course, but in some households, being poor is a badge of honor and keeps you equal to the rest of your family or your neighbors.
Do you know how much your parents had to give up so that you could have a musical instrument, go to private school, or compete in your chosen sport?
This myth negatively associates wealth and prosperity with hardship and sacrifice. It is completely untrue.
It’s not uncommon for a child to be exposed of volatile arguments about money, or the lack thereof.
Those memories are painful and cause negative emotions attached to money.
What did you learn about money from your parents, teachers, and others when you were a child? Are any of those messages sabotaging your financial success?
Have you ever thought to yourself: “Money is difficult to make and even harder to manage. Wealth and prosperity are not for people like me. Life is hard.”
Well, that’s simply not true!
It’s just a story you keep telling yourself and that story only exists in your head.
The key to having more money in your life is to change your money mindset into a more positive one. Then, focus on ways to bring more money into your life—and manage it wisely.
That is the power of a positive money mindset.
Developing a positive money mindset is a critical skill that you can benefit from for the rest of your life.
Now, I wanted to share 3 quick steps you can take right now to release your limiting beliefs around money and unleash your potential for achieving financial success.
These can be any of the numbers of myths about attracting money we previously mentioned such as it takes money to make money, or that you will have to sacrifice a lot to get to financial freedom.
Think of anything that has limited you from pursuing your dreams and limiting your ability to attract money. Then write that concept down and really think about it.
For example, if you believe it takes money to make money, remember that there are many businesses that you can start on less than $500 such as consulting, network marketing, or becoming a service provider.
Alternatively, maybe you can get a promotion and a raise if you join your company’s free management-training program.
You can write, “Everything I need to make money is easily showing up at no cost to me.”
Say this out loud with passion several times a day for at least 30 days and this belief will become part of your money mindset forever.
If you want to attract money, it’s important to visualize it as if you already have it.
Setting financial goals is a critical step towards mastering a positive money mindset.
Try to get as specific as you can when setting your financial goals, and consider using the SMART goal setting template: Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, and Time-bound.
Having these goals will change how you look at your money and give you something specific to work towards.
It takes time and consistent effort to train ourselves to think and speak about money in positive ways.
By using affirmations, you can help bring about the opportunities, resources, and people who can help you reach your financial goals.
Consistently ask for what you want, and then let the universe worry about how you get it.
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