Money And Me: Learn How People Relate To Money And Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs About Getting Rich

Money And Me: Learn How People Relate To Money And Overcome Your Limiting Beliefs About Getting Rich

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"I can't be wealthy", "I can't have a lot", "Money is the root of evil", "I can't attain more money", "I can't win", "Life isn't fair" ...etc
How frequently do you echo such phrases?
Your success is determined by your beliefs. The limits that you set in your head determine the level of success you reach. Your notions determine the quality of your life.
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"I can't be wealthy", "I can't have a lot", "Money is the root of evil", "I can't attain more money", "I can't win", "Life isn't fair" ...etc
How frequently do you echo such phrases?
Your success is determined by your beliefs. The limits that you set in your head determine the level of success you reach. Your notions determine the quality of your life.
If you could not imagine that it's possible to earn 10 times your current income, then you've set a financial limit in your head.
If you could not imagine that you are able to acquire a promotion, then you've set a career limit in your head.
And the loop goes on. Overtime you've embedded a complete set of confining beliefs and limits in your head. These boundaries and limits prohibit you from living the life of your aspirations and decrease your chances to succeed.
In this book I'm going to share with you a few valuable tips that can help you defeat your constrictive beliefs and set up new limits for success.

Understanding Your Reality Is Crucial
When individuals try to sit down and write up a purpose or mission statement, they commonly lack sufficient clarity to do so intelligently. How exactly are you supposed to specify your purpose? Are you merely supposed to know it and force it out of your brain? What if you are able to imagine many different missions that might fit you, but you've no idea which is better? What if you can‘t dream up anything at all that appears meaningful to you? What then?
Simply because you may not have a pre-encoded purpose doesn‘t mean you don‘t have a purpose however. It merely means that it will take more work to specify your purpose. Your purpose isn‘t truly something you discover. It would be more exact to say that your purpose is something you co-create founded on your relationship to reality. I wouldn‘t precisely call it a free choice though. There might be multiple choices for you, but all options are not evenly valid.
What is required is an intelligent method for formulating your purpose, a process that adds up, such that when you arrive at your concluding answer, you have high faith that it‘s right.
The 1st process is to confer with your emotional intelligence. Passion and purpose go hand in hand. Once you expose your purpose, you'll commonly find it‘s something you‘re enormously passionate about. Emotionally you'll find that it's correct.
Here’s what to do:
1. Get a blank piece of paper or open a word processor where you are able to type.
2. Write at the top, ―What is my honest purpose in life?‖
3. Compose an answer (any answer) that crops up in your head. It doesn‘t have to be a perfect sentence. A short phrase is all right.
4. Duplicate step three until you author the answer that makes you cry. This is your purpose.
That is it. It doesn‘t matter if you‘re a advocate or an engineer or a muscleman. To a few individuals this drill will make utter sense. To other people it will appear perfectly stupid. Generally it takes 15-20 minutes to clear your brain of all the clutter and the social training about what you think your purpose in life is. The

fake answers will come from your mind and your memories. But when the true result finally arrives, it will feel like it‘s coming to you from another source altogether.
The 2nd method is to apply your reason and logic to work down from your context. The cleaner and more exact your context is, the easier this will be.
To discover your purpose, you essentially project your total context of reality onto yourself. Given your current comprehension of reality, where do you fit in?
This is such a easy approach that it‘s simple to miss. All you‘re truly doing is viewing your overall context of life and casting those same qualities onto yourself. This projection becomes your purpose, your role in truth.
Think of a hologram. When you lop off a piece of a hologram, the total original image is still held within the smaller piece. Reality is the large hologram, and you‘re a piece of it. You come into all the attributes of reality. Your notions about reality become your beliefs about yourself. If your notions are precise, you‘ll wind up with a sensible, accomplishable purpose.
This technique will also help you discover problems in your context as you‘ll discover that something is wrong when you project a false belief onto yourself.
I believe it‘s helpful to apply both techniques for defining your purpose to see where they direct you. If your context is healthy, you should get congruent results from both plans of attack. Your emotional and rational intelligences will each word your purpose differently, but you should see that it‘s basically the same.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015574586
Publisher:
Tea Time eBooks
Publication date:
11/04/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
45
File size:
0 MB

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