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No matter your money situation you have the power to change it. Can you accept this as true?

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Lesson #1

Accept your desire as good.

While money is completely neutral, your desire for money can do a world of good. Although we've been brainwashed to believe that wanting and talking about money is badNews article, money in and of itself is morally neutral and capable of immense transformation.

Money is a tool you can leverage to create good in the world. Just like a wrench or a hammer, money can be used to kill or to build something of real value. It's your choice. Once you accept your desire as good, you can learn to master this tool for the benefit of yourself and those around you.

Once you stop pretending and accept your natural wants, you give yourself the freedom to move ahead. You probably want what everyone wants – freedom, beauty, experiences, and the resources to help your friends and family. You don't have to feel guilty for these wants any longer. The time for shame and regret is over.

There is more than enough money to go aroundNews article. You are as worthy as anyone else. Your desire is good. In fact, as you learn to make your desire stronger, the better things will be.

Lesson #2

Expect money and recognize your inherent worth.

Do you ever dream of becoming a world-renowned chef? What about an award-winning Olympic athlete? How about a famous musician?

Maybe you dream about one of these things, but you probably don't think about all three on a daily basis. In fact, I can guarantee you that the world-renowned chef does not think about being an Olympic athlete or a famous musician. They are much more likely to be busy thinking about food and focusing on their craft.

What I'm trying to say is simple – you become what you think aboutBuddha, whether you like it or not. If you think a lot about money and celebrate your desires without guilt, your mind is taking you in a good direction. The next step is to expect money, which is incredibly profound and much more simple than you think.

If you're thinking about money, it's already real to your mind and body on some level. Whether you understand the mechanisms or not, how you react to these thoughts has a direct effect on the outcome. Don't expect your money to go south. Don't say things like, "I'll never have enough for that" or "I'm too broke to afford that." While language is a powerful way to program your mind and set your expectations, it can go either way.

It's a simple but powerful trick to shift your mindset and create a more positive attitude that serves your interests. Instead of expecting the worse, why not say something like "money shows up when I need it" or "I become richer with time." While breaking lifelong habits can seem hard at the outset, learning how to expect positivityNews article will serve you well in the long term.

Lesson #3

Become a more interesting person.

Money is simply a form of exchange, a transfer protocol between this and that. Every culture since the beginning of time has needed a way to exchange goods or services. Some cultures have used bartering or seashells as IOUs, others use precious metals or paper notes. The medium itself is completely arbitraryCow, it's the exchange that really matters.

Who owes you? And what do they owe you for? Do you know how you can get the world to give you more money? Do you actually feel worthy enough to receive it?

Becoming a more valuable person is the best way to create value in the world. Read books. Have interesting conversations. Master your reasoning and emotions so you can add value to people's lives. Be honest with yourself and generous with your praiseHow to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie.

While it sounds simple, the most profound insights always are. When you give to the world, the world gives back with interest.

Lesson #4

Have patience.

Your money situation can change overnight

Think: if you had a money emergency right now, how would you deal with it? Maybe you would work some extra shifts? Perhaps you would cut some expenses. The point is not to live like you have an emergency all the time (that's unhealthyHow stress affects the body), but to recognize the resources you have available. You already have the will and power to change your money situation, you're just not aware of it!

If this is the first time you've heard about this power, it may take time to use it to your advantage. In this situation, it's important to have patience for your current money situation. Don't add additional pressure, there's no need to rush. Remind yourself, every day, that all it takes to change your money situation is one piece of good news. Hold onto that hope.

Lesson #5

Affirm positivity.

The words you use on a daily basis are extremely powerful. The language you use, both internally and externally, has a direct effect on how you see and shape the world around youEyes. When you speak about money, does it feel bleak, hopeless, and constricted? By saying different words and setting up new associations, you will get a different result.

I'm not telling you to lie to yourself or spend money you don't currently have. I'm asking you to reconsider how you speak about money. When you change the mental and language associations that surround your current relationship with money, you're giving yourself permission to make a life-affirming change.

Lesson #6

Rejoice for others.

When you hear of others succeeding, how do you honestly feel? When your friend tells you proudly that he is making three times as much money as you, how do you react? Maybe you fake excitement but feel despair deep inside? Maybe these feelings fill you with guilt and shame? The time for pretending is over! Article Don't fake excitement anymore. Learn to really feel it.

Tell them "congratulations", and mean it with every fiber of your being! Prosperity around you is prosperity for you. Other people are not your competitors.Article If you condemn the success of others, your own relationship with money will fail to grow because of the negative associations you are planting.

Lesson #7

Thank your money.

Imagine this Earth is Hiring book by Peta Kelly. One day a business owner hires an intern. While the intern does their very best every day to help the business, a lack of resources or know-how leads to failure. In this environment, the intern overhears a conversation between the business owner and their friend: "Yeah, the intern is just not doing enough. I'm pessimistic they're helping at all." As a direct result of this conversation, the intern's spirit is crushed and they quit the next day.

Let's say that you're the business owner, and the intern is your wallet. If you thank your money for being there, you are giving it a reason to stick around and grow. Like breeds like, with positive words and actions surrounding money only likely to result in more growth. If you're reading this, you're probably privileged enough to have a computer and access to the internet. When's the last time you showed gratitude towards your great abundance?

Lesson #8

Change your environment.

If you live like most people, there are probably ten or so places you frequent on a regular basis. Your home, your workplace, maybe your gym or your local park. Do you even like all of these places? How do they make you feel when you step into them? Take note of these feelings; they are having a huge effect on your life and your relationship with money, whether you know it or not. By asking yourself a few considered questions, you can learn to break free of current ruts and start new life affirming relationships.

Does a place contribute to your money magic or take away from it? Does it make you feel positive about your future or stuck in a poverty loop? While you may lose some friends in this process, this can sometimes be for the best. By making a few key changes and setting a higher standard for your environmentWe only get what we believe that we deserve. Raise the bar, raise your standards and you will receive a better outcome. —Joel Brown, you can watch your money flourish as it follows your lead.

Lesson #9

Keep it quiet.

When you truly make up your mind and believe your money will grow, you don't have to broadcast it to the world. Regardless of how happy you are, you don't have to tell everyone about your newfound outlook. Do you know why? Because some people won't share your new perspective, and others may even be active in their negativity. Rather than wishing the best for you, some people may attempt to bring you down.

Take the advice on this page, but keep it quiet. Cocoon your new perspective and nourish it. Keep it safe without the harshness of other people's negative opinions.

Lesson #10

Change your perspective.

Your beliefs are a tool. You can change them at any time, and when you do, the world changes around you. Maybe you think it's a dog-eat-dog world. That it's every person for themselves. That if you let your guard down, you'll be overtaken. Do you think everyone thinks this way? Probably not.

Your perspective affects everything!Selective attention test Consciously changing your perspective is an act of magic! By changing how you think, you can alter how you see the world, which has a direct influence on how the world sees you.

Consider becoming the kind of person who believes in the power of generosity. It may take some time, but it's so worth it. Believe that money is like nature. It grows, it withers, the tide comes in, and the tide goes out. Believe it's your nature to be prosperous. What you believe will become your truth. When you sow your thoughts and words as seeds, you're planting an idea that will be expressed in the outer worldPower of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy.

Lesson #11

Let go of self-doubt.

This is probably the single step that will take the longest. While beliefs are easy to change, they are also deep, fundamental to who you are, and often stuck in loops and cycles of self-doubt. The first step is to accept who you are. Sure, you're not perfect, but who is?

You were, however, born with unique gifts and gifted with unique experiences that no one else will experience. You are valuable, vulnerable, and needed. When you become present in the moment and learn to let go of self-doubtArticle, you are standing up for who you truly are. When you say "no more" to feelings of shame and unworthiness, you will become more grateful and money will find its way to you.

Lesson #12

Don't be afraid to be vulnerable.

While it's important to remove unnecessary self doubt, developing a real sense of confidence is not about putting on a mask and pretending to be someone you're not. Everyone is vulnerable from time to time, and the people who can genuinely own this vulnerability both more in touch with themselves and more likely to make connections with others.

Be honest with yourself if you're feeling insecure or down. Recognizing your inner sense of vulnerability can be surprisingly powerful. When you are open and vulnerable, it helps others feel safe around you.Video When you create honest relationships with yourself and others, your life, and your money, have more room to grow.

Lesson #13

Discover your big idea.

Rather than making their own way in the world, most people serve the faded idea of a distant master. Who do you serve? Before you answer "money", remember that you can't live on bread alone. Love for money, above all else, is the road to unhappiness,Jesus Christ no matter how much money you make. You also don't want to serve an actual person, because humans are fallible and mortal. What you can serve is an idea; a pure idea as an authentic expression of who you are and what you want from the world.

There are lots of great ideas that have helped to shape the world for the better. For example, the idea that animals should be cared for, that peace should prevail, or that family comes first. Choosing your own authentic big idea to serve above all others is one of the keys to success. Once you truly put a worthy idea first, money will show up to help your cause.

Lesson #14

Let your money flow.

Money doesn't like being stagnant. Rather than a static medium of exchange, it is best described as a medium of transfer or transaction mechanism from one state to another. Believe me, it will do you the world of good to start thinking of money as its own energetic entity!

If your money has been feeling stagnant of late, maybe you should do something to shake it up. Take a weekend job. Sell something old on eBay. Donate $1 to a charity. It doesn't even matter whether it's coming in or out, just do something to let your money flow like water.

You can even do a bit of magic with something called a money bowl: Video write down everything positive that money means to you. Then find items that represent these reasons. Put these items, along with a few coins or dollar bills, into a bowl. Place the bowl somewhere you can always see it. Take items or coins away from the bowl when you need to, and add new items or money when you see fit.

Lesson #15

Stop caring about what others think.

As long as you're trying to impress others, you are living from a place of dishonesty. By focusing on other people and what they think, you are limiting your own growth.Volume Up This way of living creates internal conflict and is destined to fail. It can never bear fruit because you're planting the seeds in the wrong place to begin with. While most people attempt to copy others, true success comes from forging your own path.

Be yourself, fully yourself, even if people around you don't like it! I can safely guarantee you this – the people you're concerned about don't think about you as often as you think about them thinking about you. Stop overthinking it, and start living your own authentic life. When you let go of the imagined expectations of others, what is truly yours will rise to the surface and start showing up in your life.

Lesson #16

Spend only on things you feel good about.

Do you ever splurge? How does it feel, really? If it feels bad, why do you do it? If it feels like you used money to do something you shouldn't have, you are probably standing in the way of your own success. When you spend money on things you don't really need or even want, you are setting up a feedback loop that may gain traction and have a cumulative negative effect on your life.

Only spend money on things that feel good, things that feel right, things that will add true value to your life and the lives around you. Not only will this save you money, but some of the inner conflict you have with money will wash away.

Lesson #17

Come together with money.

Think of money and you as having the same goals. When you walk through your neighborhood, imagine you have $10,000 in your pocket that you can spend on whatever you want. Maybe you want to fix up that old house, or help out the local dog shelter, or help someone who is down on their luck.

Just imagine, all good things start with a single clear thought that transforms into multiple words and positive actions. The more positivity you can feel about money, the better you will be. Always remember, your brain doesn't really know the difference between thinking and doing.Brain scans of physical activity versus mental activity with similar results When you understand this profound lesson, you can learn to use it to your advantage and help others along the way.

Lesson #18

Trust inspired action.

When your goals change, your plans should change too. While this seems like an obvious statement, so many people force themselves to follow a plan, even when they're no longer feeling it. Flexibility is the key, with real strength able to adapt and respond over time.Who Moved My Cheese book

Leave room in your life for spontaneity, leave space for change, try to act more like the world and everything will become so much easier. Your brain is working hard for you 24/7, but it also gets stuck in loops. If you see an opportunity or event that makes your heart sing, don't be scared to do it. Even if it's not in your plan. You don't need an excuse. Things come up for a reason, all you have to do is trust and let these events inspire you towards positive action.

Lesson #19

Remember your goals.

Write down your money goals. If they seem far fetched now, making them real on paper is still much better than letting them sit in the back of your mind. Writing down your goals tells the world that you are serious and committed. Looking at your goals every day reminds you of what is real and important in your life. Make a new list if you have to, remember that goals change all the time.

The most important thing is to look at your goals every day.Marie Forleo video By creating clear goals, reminding yourself, and making changes over time, you are setting a powerful filter and amplifier in your brain. If you only think about negative things, you will only see negative things. If you write down positive goals, you will recognize things in your life related to these goals, refine what you want over time, and develop the skills you need to achieve your dreams.


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