5 Fixes That Can Make A Lot of Money For You

Hi Teens! Would you like to remove barriers that could prevent you from getting rich and staying rich for the rest of...

Written by Alex Hail
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Hi Teens!

Would you like to remove barriers that could prevent you from getting rich and staying rich for the rest of your life?

First, you must change your relationship with money from negative to positive before you direct your cash flow to where you want it to be.

Have you heard of the money tree? It is a metaphor for ensuring financial success. If you want to get rich, you need to make sure that your money tree can grow big. To do this, you need strong roots and fertile soil to grow.

It is really what is below the ground that creates what is above the ground. It is the invisible that creates the visible. Therefore, you will have to “take better roots”, that is you have to change the beliefs you have about money. If they are rooted in negativity, then it acts like poison and your money tree will not bear fruit (money).

On the other hand, a money mentality rooted in positivity creates a strong and healthy money tree that will pay off a lot.

Hey, you’re probably thinking you’re already feeling positive about money. Who doesn’t want more money?

The truth is that we all have some health-damaging financial problems, but we are not always aware of these problems!

1. Change your money settings

They taught you how to think and deal with money, whether you realize it or not. At the same time, he developed specific attitudes towards money. When I was younger, I had many sources of influence on money; like parents, siblings, friends, teachers, religious leaders, the media, and the culture in which we all live.
And that conditioning on money will remain with you for the rest of your life unless you do something about it now!

Once you are aware of your money mindset, you can make the decision to make it positive and move on.
towards the riches you deserve.

It is important that you take a few minutes to review these “Beliefs about money”. Have you ever heard phrases like that?

  1. Money is the root of evil
  2. The rich are greedy
  3. You cannot be rich and spiritual
  4. Money doesn’t buy happiness
  5. And the famous, we can’t pay
  6. Money corrupts
  7. Money doesn’t matter
  8. It is not enough for everyone
  9. You don’t deserve to have it
  10. Money changes people
  11. Having too much money is a hassle
  12. To be rich, you have to use people
  13. and take advantage of them
  14. I’m not smart or educated enough
  15. If you weren’t born rich, chances are you will never be rich

and also, if you were rich, then …

  • I could lose and be a failure
  • I would never know if people liked me because of me or because of my money.
  • Everyone will want a handout

Second, how are your parents/guardians in the realm of money? Are they managing money well? Are they spenders or savers? Does the money come easily to your family or is it a struggle? Is money a source of joy or a cause for bitter arguments? Can you think of a specific incident in your family that has to do with the money?

With all these attitudes and influences throughout your life, it’s no wonder that you unconsciously stray from having and save a lot of money, right?

The rich do not think of money in these negative terms. They know that having a lot of money can
give back to the world in many ways. The best way to help the poor is not to be one of them.

2. Take control

You need to know that YOU are now in charge of your life. You create every moment of your life, especially your financial life. If you don’t believe it, you can believe that you have little or no control over your life and that financial success has nothing to do with you. This is very negative; Instead of taking responsibility for what happens in your life, you are choosing to play the victim. Of course, any victim’s thought process includes thinking “poor me”. The problem is that thinking like that doesn’t get you anywhere, and before you know it, you’re going to be just that poor!

3. Stop blaming

You can blame the economy, the type of business, the government, etc. You can use excuses and justify yourself for not having a good financial performance, for example, “I don’t have the right education” or “I don’t live in the right part of the country”, “I’m not smart enough” or “I don’t know the right people, etc. However, these things are not true. You can succeed anywhere and the first step in achieving this is to get a better perspective on your situation and environment.

4. Banish pessimism

Complaining a lot doesn’t help your finances either. While you complain, you focus on the negative parts of yourself that you may not like. This reinforces any bad thoughts you may have about yourself and actually makes you attract more negativity. So do yourself a big favor and stop complaining, blaming, or justifying. You are just putting yourself in the role of victim and there is no rich victim!

5. Count your blessings

It is also important that you see the blessings around you now, however small they may seem. All of us who live in North America are already wealthy compared to other parts of the world. We have many available to us, such as roads, towns/cities, and shops, public places like libraries, pools, parks, arenas, etc.
See yourself as having abundance now and it is from this point of view that you can also receive an abundance of money.

If only I had changed my “money setting” when I was a teenager! I would have been financially free a long time ago. I used to think that getting rich was just for other people. The truth is, you can get rich and deserve it!

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