Do you feel like you have a strong money mindset or could you use a bit of a boost? Improving your money mindset not only helps you to manifest your money goals quickly, it also creates long-lasting results.
The best way to shift your money mindset is through consistent, daily actions. Read on to discover my simple ritual to improve your money energy in record time.
Money Energy is Powerful
Money is a medium of exchange and also a form of energy. We project our personal habits, beliefs, and experiences onto money to create either good or bad results in our life.
Developing a great money mindset means changing your money energy to produce positive and abundant thoughts about your relationship with money and your ability to make the money you want.
When your money energy is strong and positive, your money goals become much more attainable.
To shift your money mindset, you've got to learn how to clear any baggage that you might be...
As an entrepreneur, how you manage your relationship with money in your personal life also determines your success in business. Ultimately, you want to be the master of your money and your mindset.
Your Money Energy
The state of your personal and business finances is a direct reflection of the money energy you carry.
So what exactly is Money Energy?
Your money energy is made up of the thoughts and beliefs you have about money. These thoughts and beliefs trigger specific emotions that get stored in your nervous system.
To put it another way, your money energy is basically how you feel about money - i.e. whether you have mostly positive or negative experiences with money.
Most of the thoughts, beliefs and emotions you have about money were formed many years ago, when you were a young child. And that energy is what determines your relationship with money today.
How To Control Your Money Energy
To have a great relationship with...
If you’ve been watching my videos on money mindset mastery, you already know the importance of neutralizing your money blocks. These 3 simple steps will help you tap into their roots to clear them out fast!
The 2 Major Money Blocks
Money blocks are self-limiting beliefs around money. When left unchecked, they keep you stuck. This happens in one of two ways:
1. Money blocks make you stay poor
For people with this type of money block, saving feels impossible. Somehow money always runs out and you can’t help but spend everything you earn. For some, it means cycling in and out of debt, unable to truly break out. For others, it’s never being able to reach your income goals, regardless of strategies and effort.
2. Money blocks make you feel poor
With this type of money block, you may have money in the bank, but your feelings about money are negative: anxious, fearful, guilty, or ashamed. You find yourself unable to enjoy your objectively...
What Are Money Blocks?
Money blocks are self-limiting beliefs around your income and income goals. They work at a deep level of your sub-conscious mind to trip you up in the form of self-sabotage.
Money blocks may show up in your work as:
As these effects of money blocks pile up, you feel a constant pull in opposite directions that stops you from taking effective action.
Discovering Money Blocks
This short exercise will help you identify your money blocks so you can start clearing them faster.
This is your new income goal. Your previous goal was too low. You could be making...
Sometimes when you go through a series of life events, your life feels like it’s in an absolute state of chaos. Maybe you're physically busy or you're mentally busy, or both. At other times you may just be feeling your energy isn’t in the right place and you’ve lost your focus. Perhaps you go to work on things every day, but you find that you have to keep resetting your plans or revisiting them, and you're not sure what it is that you should be working on.
The solution to getting your focus back is to be in a specific kind of energetic state where you're productive, creative and able to tap into the right resources that are going to move you forward. You usually know when you're not in a productive state because often two of the most toxic emotions surface - anger and fear.
There can be anger around things to do with your current circumstances or even things to do with the past. One of the tell-tale signs of anger is you might be snappy or impatient and the anger...
If you've been experiencing a particular money pattern for a while, then it could be because you've gone through some kind of financial trauma. Since a particular traumatic event your money might not have been the same, or you might be struggling with a particular issue, like not being able to save or being in debt or not being able to hit your income goals.
Types of Financial Trauma
I mentioned in my last video that there are two types of financial trauma.
Affirmations can play an important role in attracting more wealth and abundance IF they're used correctly! Unfortunately, in many cases, affirmations don't really work - and the reason has to do with the level of faith we put into them.
Do you really believe your affirmations? That's the question you really need to answer.
There are several ways to test your level of belief around your affirmations. One exercise you can try is to rate yourself out of 10 on a series of affirmations to see whether you actually believe them. The process for doing this would be:
For each affirmation, a low score would indicate that you carry some resistance towards achieving your own goals. This may also lead you to make incorrect assumptions - for example, that you aren’t meant...
In this article, I'm going to share 10 powerful affirmations that you can use to attract more wealth and abundance.
I will call out from the outset that this isn't your typical feel-good affirmations post. I'm actually going to give you these affirmations, but with a very specific purpose and it's probably not what you think.
So first up, I thought I would actually explain what an affirmation is because not everyone might be familiar with the term. So, let's start with the official definition of an affirmation from the dictionary: an affirmation is to affirm that something is true.
Now there's a big problem here. Straight away, alarm bells went off and I just remembered my English teacher saying, "You can't use the word you're trying to define in the definition." So, that kind of breaks that rule and is not overly helpful if you don't know what an affirmation is.
So another way I can explain what an affirmation is, is that it's like stating a declaration - and stating that you...
Do you deliberately set any income goals for yourself? Maybe for the year? Is there a specific amount of money that you're going after whether that's in your career or in your business?
When I talk to people about income goals, usually I find that there are two major types of challenges when it comes to setting effective income goals.
The first one is that some people don't actually set any goals at all. When you don't set a goal, you end up having a default goal which is usually somebody else's goal. A good example of this is corporate jobs. A lot of people say “I just ended up here”, or “I landed in this job”, and often that's why. It's because of the absence of having clear goals, specifically an income goal.
By not setting a clear goal, you are actually imposing a ceiling on your income and earning capability.
Where do you see yourself in 10 years? Do you aspire to be the head of your department? It's not that if you're an accountant you need to...
This article is part of the Money Mindset series where I've been talking about your relationship with money, and in particular around the six types of money.
So far we've covered savings, debt, and today we're going to talk about income.
When it comes to income, I like to dive right in because this one is best tackled on a practical level.
Take a few seconds to think about your income. How much do you earn? When do you get paid? Is it monthly? Or every other week?
We typically refer to income from a job, but it can also be from your business.
What I want you to do is to think about your income, it doesn't have to be exact, just something close. Visualise that number. Picture when that money comes in, when it hits your bank account, try to see that figure.
What I want you to take note of is whether any feelings are coming up around the visualisation of that amount of money.
The reason I'm asking you to do that is when it comes to income, particularly if it is a salary...