Want to make more money, like yesterday?
Are you also hating on the people you see killing it in business?
Or judging so-and-so for that extravagant bag (or car, house, trip, etc.) they just bought?
Or thinking it’s so classless to ‘show off’ how much money they make?
Or annoyed that someone has the balls to charge the rates they do?
Or promising you’ll never be like ‘that’ if you make more money?
That thinking is pushing your money away.
‘Cause it’s pretty hard to create something we judge and think is shitty in others for ourselves. This basically sends a memo to your brain to create the opposite.
Here’s the truth about money: money’s not all that different than you and me.
Money wants some attention, respect, and to feel needed and appreciated.
Money wants you to love up on it and think it’s the greatest thing ever.
Money wants to feel like it’s enough.
But, what do most of us do?
We ignore our money because it stresses us out.
We don’t respect our money and spend money without intention.
We resent things that cost us money, and in turn, resent our money.
We complain about money and all the problems it gives us.
We hate on money and all of its evils.
We talk shit about other people who have money.
We act like we don’t need money and it doesn’t make us happy.
We bitch about never having enough money.
We worry about losing money.
We obsess over our lack of money.
So, let me ask you this: if money isn’t all that different from you and me, what would you do if you were money?
How would it make you feel if you were treated this way? What would you do?
Want to make more money doing what you love? Start by treating the money you already have better and creating a more loving and appreciative relationship with it. Give your brain better memos and help it help you make more money.
Wishing you your version of success!