People aren’t too fond of learning about money. Too much of the advice around finances focuses on self-denial and frugal living.
It can be frustrating when you try to focus on your passion(s). A lot of the time you need to spend money: on equipment, materials, tuition… The expenses add up quickly.
What if I told you that tapping into abundance is the opposite of self-denial? It may sound unbelievable, but don’t stop listening just yet. I’ll show you exactly how it works.
Your mission is to learn and apply the principles of joyful money for your passions.
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Task 1: Learn why self-denial doesn’t work
Most people try to save money and never manage. Every time they get ahead, something happens to eat up all their money again. I was once in this sitution myself, and I know it sucks.
Nor am I going to tell you that you can just will yourself out. The truth is, it’s absolutely possible to change your financial destiny, but it requires some dedication and consistency.
Self-denial is counterproductive, because it is restrictive and limiting. You won’t create flow by building barriers. It’s as though two opposing forces of nature were at work.
Task 2: Tap into money abundance
Instead of focusing on the lack of money and what you can’t do or buy, focus on what you can and what you already have. Here’s some inspiration to get you started:
- Every time you pay something, say or think: “There’s more where that money came from.” (I learned this from Marie Forleo)
- Give away 5% of your income. Find a worthy cause or donate spontaneously each month.
- Create a Passions budget of 5-10% of your income.
You may also look into increasing your earnings and learning to budget, as well as improve your mindset long-term. Take a look at my Money abundance program, read books on personal finances, educate yourself about investing. If you work on it consistently, you’ll notice a huge shift.