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Never underestimate the power of your money mindset. What goes on in your head is directly connected to what shows up in your life and business. Does this mean that you are going to think positive money thoughts and millions of dollars are going to magically show up the next day? Probably not, but what it does mean is that you can't continue to have negative thoughts around money day after day, month after month, and year after year and think that it doesn't have an impact on you manifesting money.
Discussing money can be difficult for a lot of people. There are many reasons that thinking positively about money can be a challenge, like money beliefs related to our upbringing, current financial status, guilty feelings around being financially prosperous, and many other reasons. But I am a firm believer that when we can make more money, we can help more people. Wanting to make a lot of money doesn't mean that you are greedy or selfish. Money can have the right motive. And whether we realize it or not internal money chatter is happening.
So how do you flip your money mindset to one that supports your financial goals instead of work against them? How do you change your money mindset once and for all? And how do you begin to feel good about money so that more of it begins to show up? And this is not magical or delusional thinking. This is based on the law of attraction that states that what we continue to focus on we attract. The law of attraction is an established law, just like gravity. And there are always thoughts going on in our mind so we want to make sure they are the right thoughts.
The first thing you need to do is minimize the negativity going on around you. We are exposed to so much negativity, from television, the internet, social media, online forums, and sometimes even from our family and friends. So it is important that you are conscious about any negative sources, and do what you can do to change it.
Secondly, identify the limiting beliefs you have around money that are holding you back. Write them down in a notebook. Tackle them one at a time. Replace the negative money belief with a positive money belief. For example, if you constantly say "I never make enough money." The change could be "I am grateful for the money I make, and my income continues to increase day by day." It doesn't have to be that positive money statement, I just used that as an example. It could be whatever works for you and feels right for you.
The last step is continue to say your positive money statement until the negative money thought disappear and your new money thought emerges. If you desire to you could keep a results notebook for 30 to 60 days and journal about your transformation, and about any positive money experiences you encounter.
Changing your beliefs around money isn't easy, but it is possible. It takes time and patience. But so does anything else that is worth accomplishing. Transforming your money mindset can be the missing ingredient to your financial success.