Are you loving your money? Or are you thinking to yourself right now “I’m not supposed to love my money, am I? Isn’t that bad?”
The only way to answer that question is to know what you want to accomplish with your financial goals, and then decide if those accomplishments are evil. My guess is that they aren’t!
So, now that we have established that it’s okay to love your money, how can you feel great about your money so you can nurture and grow it?
- Recognize that there are negative feelings tied to loving your money that many of us hold on a subconscious level related to the old belief that money is evil.
- Think of money as a tool that helps us get and give what we want in life.
- Own that Plan B empowers you, and Plan B happens when you pay attention to your money rather than ignore it. You ask and explore what else is possible that you’re not currently doing to create your own financial freedom.
- Recognize all of the good things that you want to do with your money.
- Choose to pay attention to your money just like you would do for anything else that is important in your life!
How do we make time to give our money attention when we are so busy? Do the same thing that you do with your girlfriends, haircuts, and doctor appointments; schedule time in your planner.
If you liked this article, you may also enjoy: