These beliefs can make you rich:
There are beliefs that will speed you along the path to financial independence. These positive habits make it easier to have a positive financial future.
1. Money results from providing value to the world. It doesn’t matter how smart or educated you are. It doesn’t matter what you look like. The universe isn’t out to get you. If you provide value and charge people for it, you will receive a corresponding level of money.
• Brain surgeons make more money than your average store clerk because the surgeon is providing more value. A CEO of a large corporation earns more than a brain surgeon for the same reason.
2. Money provides freedom and choice. Money is great for solving problems and providing you with options. Maybe money can’t buy you love, but enough of it can fix a bad transmission, buy a ticket to your favorite vacation, or allow you to play golf all day instead of working.
3. I can help others with my money. After your own needs have been tended to, you have the ability to help others with their challenges or assist them in attaining their goals.
4. My financial freedom will happen when I have effective beliefs, thoughts, and habits. It’s not necessary to do anything spectacular. Simple actions, taken on a regular basis, will result in great wealth. But it all starts with your beliefs.
5. Saving money is easy and enjoyable. How would your savings activities change if you believed this?
6. A budget is easy to create and follow. If you can’t seem to create or stick with a budget, this belief will help.
7. I only buy things I need. How would your bank account look if you lived this belief?
There are numerous others, but you get the idea. Do you have more positive or negative beliefs about money? Can you see how your beliefs about money are affecting your financial situation?
If you want to enhance your finances, eliminating negative beliefs and replacing them with positive beliefs is an effective plan of attack.
“The path of least resistance and least trouble is a mental rut already made. It requires troublesome work to undertake the alternation of old beliefs.”- John Dewey