If you were dating someone and they ignored you and didn’t give you attention, how would you feel?
What about if they complained about you all.the.time. or constantly talked shit about you?
Would you want to go hang out with them?
Would you want to keep dating them?
I’m gonna guess that would be a big fat NO.
You have a relationship with money the same way you have a relationship with people...and how we treat that relationship we have with money has a lot to do with how much money wants to show up and be in a relationship back with us.
When you’re not feeling great about money, ignoring it, complaining about it, or talking shit about it, what do you think that does to the relationship?
But, if you give your money some love and attention, cultivate space for your money to hang out with you, and say nice things about your money...what do you think that does for your relationship with money?
One of my favorite practices to strengthen my relationship with money is to set up and show up for a recurring money date.
Think about the purpose of the date...it’s to spend quality time with someone, get to know them, understand them, and appreciate them…
I want to invite you to take the same approach when you think about having a money date.
Use this time to get to know, understand, and appreciate your money.
This is a great time to practice gratitude for what you do have, and to also look at and understand what’s going on with your money and anything that feels sticky.
The same way it’s easier to address things in personal relationships when you take a look at things and communicate...the same is true with your money.
The more you focus on cultivating a healthy relationship with your money, the more you’re able to address money ‘blocks’, shift money patterns that limit you, and open yourself up to notice opportunities to bring in and have more money.
Tell me friends, do you think the relationship you have with money matters?
Wishing you your version of success.