We all attach different meanings to money and according to these meanings money takes shape in our lives. In essence, money is not just a piece of paper, it is a form of energy. Because if you were stranded on a desert island with nothing, there would be no energy to exchange for money. According to quantum physics, everything in our universe consists of energy, and this energy consists of vibrations. Objects or thoughts with similar energies attract each other and this principle also plays a role in our finances. Positive and abundance thoughts make it easier for us to attract energetic financial opportunities, while negative thoughts create a negative cycle. Whatever you focus on most, you will grow the most in your life. the human mind tends to focus more on absence than presence. The consciousness of absence has negative energy, it has a low frequency and draws this energy into your life. To get into the energy of abundance, you need to remove the barriers in your subconscious and feel the feeling of abundance.
Negative beliefs about money are usually formed as a result of the lessons and experiences we receive in childhood between the ages of 0 and 7. These beliefs later settle in our subconscious and influence our finances. In particular, stereotypes such as "Money is the root of evil", "It is difficult to earn money", " Rich people are stingy and evil" can leave deep marks in our subconscious. For example, someone who grew up believing that “money is bad” may fear that wealth can lead to negative consequences.
This fear can cause them to turn down financial opportunities, avoid investing, or avoid taking risks with money. Likewise, someone who grew up believing that "rich people are stingy and evil" may fear that if they achieve financial success, their relationships will be in jeopardy. suffer and they will be alone. This can cause you to unconsciously reject the energy of wealth and sabotage financial success. Complaining about money, being disappointed, criticizing the price of something, believing you don't deserve money, focusing on your expenses, criticizing and belittling the money someone else makes, making someone else feel like money is a bad thing , blaming someone for money, or judging someone for loving money too much, or thinking with beliefs like: 'If I have a lot of money, everyone will expect to take something from me, they will take my money, they might steal it well, they're only coming for my money,” or someone has been bankrupt before and the fear of going bankrupt again if he earns a lot of money again, these are resistances in your head that stop the flow of money.
Focusing on expenses and debt increases awareness of lack and cannot influence the energy of abundance. If you want to improve your situation with money, but your thoughts and behavior contradict this desire, you will prevent the money from coming to you. If you really want something but can't get it, there may be a more dominant negative coding in your subconscious. By observing unconscious negative beliefs, you can understand how and why you accept them. It then takes a conscious effort to change these beliefs. Replacing negative beliefs with positive and supportive beliefs is critical to attracting prosperity energy. For example, you can change the belief "Money is bad" to "I believe money is a tool to help people" or "Money will help me improve my quality of life." This new belief can give you the perspective that money has a positive purpose, making you more open to financial opportunities. Instead of focusing on your spending, you can think, "I'm glad I can spend money, because I have money, I can participate in the energy cycle, and the universe gives me back more of what I give," which helps us move forward.
Most people think, “Money is limited and I'm entitled to as much as I have.” The more you allow, the more it comes into your life. Now imagine that it is raining outside; if you go outside and fill your palm with rain, you will get a handful of rain. But if you go out with a big boat, you have much more than a handful. Remember that your inner transformation and beliefs are reflected in your outer world. Using the power of faith and desire to attract the energy of wealth is a crucial factor in attracting material abundance into our lives. Belief is a force that drives our inner world and desire is a powerful factor that activates these beliefs.
But simply demanding or desiring is not enough to attract material abundance. The desire for money is a crucial factor in attracting wealth into our lives. This desire represents only a mental dimension. Real change happens when we transform this desire into an inner conviction. This is where the power of faith comes into play. It is important to start the day with affirmations and repeat affirmations such as 'I am rich', 'Money comes to me freely from all sources' to anchor them in your consciousness, but at the end of the day if you talk you with your friends or family: "I have a lot of debt, the economy is bad, I have no money", you will not get any further on this journey. Every thought, every word creates an emotion within you and you enter the frequency of that emotion and everyone enters and lives in a dimension according to their frequency.
Gratitude creates an inner sense of abundance. When we are grateful for the things and experiences we have, we realize the abundance we already have. This also helps to increase the energy of abundance. If you don't appreciate what you have, why would the universe give you more? Think of it this way: you do someone a favor, but he or she doesn't appreciate it or thank you, so you don't want to do any more favors. Be aware of your current financial situation and appreciate the value and significance of everything you have, no matter how big or small. This feeling of gratitude helps increase the energy of abundance. In conclusion, faith and willpower play a major role in attracting the energy of wealth. Finally, don't joke about not having any money. the subconscious mind has no idea of jokes. It regards it as truth. Remove phrases like "I'm unlucky, I'm used to not having money" from your life.
Don't compare yourself to others in terms of money, this creates the feeling of deprivation. Because when you focus on the wealth of others, you are jealous of why I don't have this and you start to focus on what you don't have, your vibration drops. Start with small achievable intentions and let them grow as your goals become reality. Once you've made the intention, leave it to the universe. Trust that the universe will work for your good. Don't stop thinking about whether it will happen or how it will happen. Because as you think and look for solutions, the mind starts building fear scenarios and radiates fear energy and you don't get what you want. If you raise your vibration level, you will get what you want. If you're still watching, leave a comment about what you learned today. thanks for looking..Read More
No one is successful alone. We all need help. So even if you’re in a career you love and you’ve got a great job, if you don’t have a strong support network, then you’re missing the number one asset you need to be successful. Today I’m talking about what makes up a strategic support network, and how to get one going. Let’s get started. Hi. I’m Mel Savage, founder of The Career Reset, where my goal is to help you end needless career suffering, and create a career that makes you feel confident and powerful and excited to get out of bed in the morning. Check out my free tools and course and coaching options at thecareerreset.com. So I know a lot of you are like, “Yeah, yeah. I have a good relationship with my boss and people like me. I’m good. I do not need a support network.” And if that’s you, that’s great that you have all those things.
But it’s a very passive way to handle your support network, and you’re selling yourself short. By being less passive and more active with your support network, you’re taking control of your career and accelerating your ability to grow. You will get more opportunities and faster growth if you actively pursue a strategic support network. So here’s what I’m covering today. Number one. What makes a support network strategic, and why that’s important. Number two. The big three pillars of a powerful and strategic support network. Number three. Where is the best place to start with all of this? Lots of good stuff in this week’s video, so let’s start with what makes a support network strategic and why is that important. So strategic is kind of a fancy-shmancy intimidating word that people use that really just means staying aligned with a purpose or a goal. And I don’t mean your life purpose or whatever, I’m talking about a purpose.
So if your purpose or your goal is to get a dream home in a specific neighborhood, what strategic actions do you need to take to get you there? For example, get clarity on what makes a dream home a dream home for you. Hire the most connected agent in the area. Send out feelers or plant seeds with people you already know who live in the neighborhood. Right? Those are three strategic ways to go after getting your dream home. So to get strategic with your support network for your career, you must know what your goal is. Right? Get promoted to a specific position, find a job at a specific company, et cetera, whatever that is for you. And then, your purposefully build a support system to get you where you want to go so you can get there faster, and without making as many missteps along the way. Now let’s talk about what goes into this strategic support network. And for that I had developed the three big pillars. They literally spell the word big, so dead simple for you to remember. And the three big pillars are backup, influence, and guidance. Now the first pillar is called backup because it’s for when you need backup, when you need a wing man or someone you trust to kick your butt to do something.
Maybe someone to come to an event with you, or maybe just an apathetic ear to listen and understand what you are going through after you’ve had a hard day or an embarrassing moment. Or even a completely unbiased voice to push you to do something that you’re struggling with. So this can be people like close friends, a family member, a work buddy to go to an event with, or even a coach as an unbiased voice. The key is to have someone who’s on your side and has your best interests at heart. The next pillar is influence. And these are the people who have influence over you achieving the goal you’re going after. And there may be lots of people in this case, but you’re going to go after the top ones that are the most meaningful ones to you. Some will be key people you work with or who work for you, some will be senior people or seasoned people who could influence the decision-makers for what you’re going after, and some might be even a critic of your work.
Right? In all cases, you want these people to see you at your best. And the final pillar is guidance. These are the people who help you avoid the potholes, and help you understand what you need to do to reach the goal you’re going after. Right? These are your mentors or even a career coach. I know that sounds like a lot of people, and it might be, but once you have it all planned out and you know where your priorities are, a lot of this can be integrated into what you do every day. So the next obvious question is, where is the best place to start? And I’m going to give you an ambiguous answer. I recommend starting with your biggest need. So you have your goal and you’ve identified what you need to do to get there, and decide what you need within those three big pillars of your support network, and then you can start. You can start with your biggest gap, i.e. you need to get a mentor to guide you on the major skills that you need that you’re going after.
Or instead of going after your biggest need, you can decide, “You know what? I want to build up some momentum by tackling some of the smaller stuff first.” I don’t really think you can go wrong. As long as you keep your support network top of mind and are actively and purposefully strengthening it, you’re doing great. If you want to learn more about building a strong support network and creating a powerful career plan or a career that you love, then get my free download Get the Career You Want, the six step by step strategies to confidently making your perfect career move.
It’s not just about rebuilding your entire career, it’s focused on giving you the step by step framework for building that wildly successful career that you love. So get your hands on that. You can get it in the description or at my website at thecareerreset.com.
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