As a money coach, I have a huge toolbox of money mindset exercises at my disposal to help my clients overcome their limiting beliefs about money. I’m always amazed at how powerful our minds and beliefs really are.
All it takes is a little exploration, inquiry and opening our minds to greater possibilities. God created us to think bigger and bigger. He created us with the ability to transform our limiting beliefs. Why?
So they don’t hold us back from pursuing the vision and purpose He has for our life.
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you, not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a purpose.” (Jeremiah 29:11)
God has given us the mind of Christ, and the mind of Christ does not think small.
Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think (Ephesians 3:20)
So how do we explode our limiting money beliefs?
Here’s a great mind-expanding exercise that Bob Proctor teaches in his prosperity thinking workshops:
Get out a piece of paper and write down your current annual income.
Now imagine making that figure in one month. For example, if you wrote down $50,000 as what you made last year then imagine making $50,000 in one month. How does that feel?
Really allow yourself to imagine making $50,000 a month. Ask yourself, “What if this were true for me?”
How much are you willing to envision making $50,000 a month? Imagine how that might feel.
What are you willing to believe?
You have to believe that right at this very moment, this is now a possibility for you.
How do you apply this to the real world?
If you’re a woman in business, you have to believe that at this very moment, there are clients – your perfectly ideal clients – praying for a solution to their problems. And that solution is YOU.
Your job is to go share YOUR talents, skills and expertise with YOUR ideal clients.
It starts with being willing to explode your limiting money beliefs, which will expand your ability to receive the income you deserve to have while sharing your brilliance with the world.
The bottom line is that God created us to prosper because when we are blessed financially, we can become a blessing to others.
I love being able to support the causes that matter to me. I love being able to help family members who might need help. I love being able to do nice things for the people I care about. All of that takes money.