As long as you let limiting beliefs hold you back, they will. But when you make the decision to stop allowing this, everything changes.
Have you ever felt like your life was stuck on repeat?
Like no matter how good you are, how much service you provide, how early you get to work and how late you stay there, you just can’t seem to hit your financial goals.
Well, that’s because you have limiting beliefs.
Unlearn your limiting beliefs
It’s not your fault. You see, if you’re anything like me, you probably grew up hearing stuff like:
- Save your money.
- Buy a house.
- Pay your debt.
- All debt is bad.
- Rich people are evil.
- Money is not everything.
All of these are beliefs that were ingrained into our minds by society, the media, our parents, etc. And they are holding us from creating the lives we deserve.
Now, the good news is that you can change your limiting beliefs.
Yes, it will take some work on your part, but it’s possible. I did it, millions of people have done it, and so can you.
Study wealthy people
The best way to crush your limiting beliefs is to study people who have created massive amounts of wealth.
Pay attention to how they act around money and what they do with their money. You’ll realize that for your whole life, you’ve been playing the game with the wrong set of rules.
Write down your goals
Also, make sure to set a target and write it down daily.
I started doing this when I got out of the treatment center. I remember being 25 years old with no money and writing down, “I earn $100,000 a year”.
Even though I didn’t know how to make that kind of money, I wrote it every morning, every night, and when I got disappointed.
If you can do this, not only will you overcome your limiting beliefs, but you’ll also notice that what you’ve been writing down is happening right then and there.
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