Have you ever wondered if the way you habitually think is helping or hindering you in creating wealth and prosperity?
Well, recent studies indicate that we can actually unwittingly sabotage our ability to achieve financial security.
Here are 5 wealth-repelling attitudes to steer clear of…
Wealth Repellant #1: “I’m at the mercy of money.” Earning and managing money can be so challenging, we sometimes see money as negative and energy draining. This causes us to subconsciously drive money away.
Instead, see money as positive, effortless and attractive.
Wealth Repellant #2: “Money is in short supply.” We assume there’s not enough money to go around and money is scarce. But thinking “shortage” helps create “shortage”.
Instead, realize there’s an unlimited supply of money and we can get as much as we want.
Wealth Repellant #3: “I don’t deserve to be rich.” Since money is often tied to job performance, we think we earn what we deserve. But who can judge how much money we deserve? Take the judgment out and simply see money as an abundant resource that flows to those who add value to the marketplace.
Wealth Repellant #4: “Money isn’t important.” It’s true: money isn’t everything but the less you have, the more important it becomes. As the late Zig Ziglar once said, “Money isn’t everything but it ranks right up there with oxygen!” Money is like a spouse: if you don’t value it, it will go elsewhere.
So, instead of discounting the importance of money, see it for what it is: a useful tool for adding value to yourself and others.
Wealth Repellant #5: “I’m not good with money.” If you affirm you’re no good with money, chances are you won’t have much of it.
Instead, use this new positive affirmation: “I’m so happy and grateful now that money comes to me, in ever increasing quantities, through multiple sources of income, on a continuous basis.”
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