We attract what we think we deserve and accept what we believe we’re worthy of. Granted, sitting around and saying that you will have a million dollars does not mean that it is going to fall into your lap—you still have to work for it. However, if you subconsciously doubt yourself and fear money, you will inadvertently hold yourself back from achieving your goals. Manifestation is all about mindset.
That being said, if you’re currently struggling with your financial mindset and where you are in life, you’ve come to the right place. With a little bit of work and the correct hacks, you can improve your relationship with money and manifest success so you can finally start living the life you want. Keep on reading to learn how.
Identify your relationship with money
Before you can improve your money mindset, you need to identify what your relationship with it is. How do you spend money, and why do you think you are the way you are with it? Think about your upbringing and how the people who raised you may have influenced the way you handle finances today. Are you scared of money and tend to shy away from it or do you view it as the end-all be-all of everything in life? Are you bad at budgeting or do you try to hold on to money because you believe it’s scarce? As hard as it may be, answering these questions will help paint a clearer picture of your underlying feelings regarding money and how those feelings have impacted your life.
Additionally, think about how money makes you feel. Money is an emotionally charged topic for everyone, but if you find it especially emotional, try writing a letter to money to get all of your feelings out. In the self-help book Don’t Keep Your Day Job by Cathy Heller, this is an exercise given to the reader to try and help them get out and release their feelings on the subject once and for all.
Figure out what success means to you
Everyone’s definition of success will vary; it’s all subjective, and there is no right or wrong answer. Take the time to really reflect and figure out what success means to you—not society, your family, peers, or friends. For some, it could be living in a waterfront mansion with the ability to charter private planes; for others, it may be having enough money saved up in an emergency fund that allows them to live comfortably within their means without stressing over paying bills.
Once you’ve nailed down what success means to you, you can then make a …….