We certainly know how to relate to other people, but how do YOU relate to money?
For those of you who may feel 'stuck', I encourage you to think about these questions:
What kind of thoughts do you have regarding money?Some of these questions may seem a bit odd, but if you feel stuck somewhere, these questions will raise greater awareness of what you're doing internally to maintain your stuckness. Quite often, just the mere awareness can allow you to experience a breakthrough.
What is your core limiting belief about money?
Do you believe money is somehow hard to get?
Do you think making money requires tremendous hard work? (Hard work is fine as long as it's smart, not just randomly working hard lol)
Do you believe you can't be wealthy and happy at the same time?
Do you (subconsciously) believe it's wrong to be wealthy? (be honest with this, because it may trigger some uneasy feelings)
Do you believe there isn't enough to go around?
Do you think that others can be wealthy but that you cannot?
Do you believe that you need to master every single step perfectly before you take action to make money?
Do you believe it takes many years to be wealthy, so you don't even bother making a determined/committed effort?
When you see rich people, do you resent them? (Be honest with this one! This is a HUGE stumbling block.)
What consequence is there for you to be wealthy? (I'm suggesting there is some subconscious fear of being wealthy)
What are you subconsciously trying to gain by not being wealthy?
What does not being wealthy allow you to avoid?
In what way is your desire to be rich getting in the way of being rich? (there may be a very subtle yet twisted desire that is actually preventing you from being wealthy)
How has other people's opinions of money affected the way you relate to it?
What do you gain by procrastinating? And what does procrastination allow you to avoid?
If money can talk to you, what would it say to you? And how would you react to it?