. . . and How to Amplify It
Most of us are raised to believe that there isn’t enough money, that you have to work hard to make any money, or that there’s never enough of it to go around. These beliefs become ingrained in us and ultimately create our subconscious money stories, aka limiting money beliefs. And since our subconscious mind runs our life about 95 percent of the time, meaning that only 5 percent of our existence is from our actual conscious mind, it’s no surprise that most of us don’t have the healthiest relationship with money.
Growing up, I was taught that money was hard to come by, being rich meant you were bad or selfish, and no matter how much you had, something bad would happen so you’d end up losing it quickly. And this is exactly what I experienced in my early 20s and 30s. I worked hard with little to show for myself, and whenever I received a large, unexpected amount of money, it was gone as quickly as it came.
Then in my mid-30s, I discovered coaching and dove into the money mindset. Through this way of thinking, I was able to rewrite my money stories, release what I was raised to believe, and create a totally different relationship with money. Fast forward: I now have a great relationship with money.
I always have more than enough. Money comes to me easily. The more money I make, the more people I can help.
So how do you go about totally changing the way you think, feel, and act around money?
Here are 5 tips to help you change your narrative and amplify more of what you already have.