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5 Mind Tricks That Will Bring You Amazing Money Luck

Michael Peres Editor and Chief at Peres Daily
Published on December 09, 2020
5 Mind Tricks That Will Bring You Amazing Money Luck
#Advice #Business

Let’s be honest money can be frightening, particularly if you’re low on funds. What’s worse? Money related stress can unleash chaos in our lives. As per the American Psychological Association—it’s the main source of stress for most Americans. This is why it’s imperative to find a way to deal with your relationship with money.

Regardless of whether you’re feeling the financial pinch or just want to improve your relationship with money, here are 5 tips to help manage your money-related fears:

1. Quit Seeing Money as Good or Bad

Most fears related to money originate from pre-existing beliefs, and many of us consider money good or bad. Instead, consider it to be an unbiased resource.

Keep in mind, money is a tool. Recognize your current beliefs and ditch the meaning behind them to shift your attitude, emotions, and fears. This will assist you in changing your whole relationship with money by making it considerably less personal.

All things considered; money only means what you believe it means.

2. Build Up A “CirculationMindset Toward Money

Mindset is key, especially with respect to money. If your mindset is set on lack instead of luxury, you’ll be living with less than you deserve.

Fight the temptation to consider money as a restricted resource. Take a look at all of the money out in the world and notice how it behaves. Money is currency and it acts as a current. It’s moving from individual to individual, all around, and the money you spend will return to you. Trust and believe that it will—shift your mindset from can’t to can.

3. Have A Daily Date With Your Money

Schedule five minutes out of your day to check your financial balance, pay more consideration to your ways of spending money, and try to remind yourself that you care about (and control) your money.

We nurture the things we care about and, so, they grow. The same thing applies to money. When you check your finances daily—instead of when a potential emergency arises—you’re basically decreasing the measure of anxiety you feel about money, and it turns out to be a part of your daily routine as opposed to something for you to avoid or fear.

4. Remember That You Will Be Okay No Matter What

Money doesn’t make you OK, you make you OK.

Try not to connect money with happiness, since it doesn’t merit that sort of power over you. Have faith in yourself and your own capacity and let that fill in as an establishment for your own growth.

Experts propose that self-confidence—not a specific dollar amount in the bank—is one of the foundations of success. Also, people with more significant levels of self-confidence experience less pressure and anxiety, increased resilience, improved motivation, and other benefits.

5. You Should Treat Money And Finances Like A Learnable Skill

We aren’t always taught personal financing, but, that doesn’t mean you can’t learn it on your own. It’s never too late to take action, and that effort pays off.

Money isn’t some otherworldly power. Regardless of what your financial situation is currently, step into your power and remember that money is something that you control — not the other way around.

Michael Peres is a founder of various tech startups and pioneer behind the Breaking 9 To 5 business model. Peres covers topics pertaining to entrepreneurship, middle-eastern politics, entertainment and daily events. He currently resides in Seattle, Washington.
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