Your Thoughts Determine Financial Success

Did you know that your thoughts determine your financial success?

Are you where you hoped to be financially at this point in your life?

Perhaps you’d hoped to own your own home by now. Maybe you thought you’d have a stock portfolio and be able to afford that long, expensive vacation.

Have you done everything you thought was right, but for some reason, you’re just not there? 

What if the only thing that’s keeping you from a life of financial prosperity can be found in your thoughts?

The things we tell ourselves are very powerful.

It’s true that your self-talk can mean the difference between a good day and a bad one.

Thinking positively will put you on the path to success.
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But your thoughts and attitudes hold a lot of power beyond that.  If they’re negative and defeating, they can limit you and keep you from success.

Here are some of the thoughts that will prevent you from achieving the financial abundance that you dream about. And remember, your thoughts determine financial success.

“People who have money are just lucky.” 

By believing that people with money have it because they got all of the lucky breaks, you’ve convinced yourself that there’s no way for you to do it too.  After all, if you don’t get the same opportunities as them, how could you? 

Start accepting that there are resources and strategies that worked for them that are available for you too! Money isn’t all that complicated, and you can make it just as well as other people.

Begin your journey to financial success by changing your thought patterns.
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This is the beginning of your journey to financial success.

“Money comes from working harder than anyone else.” 

If this were true, there’d be fewer people struggling so hard to make ends meet. 

Money comes to people who out-think those around them, and who take advantage of every opportunity that comes their way. 

Begin to recognize these opportunities when they come your way, and choose to do what it takes to make them work for you.  Seek out mentorship, do some research, listen to what successful people have to say.

Becoming wealthy is possible if you are willing to do the right kind of work.    

“There’s no money left for me.” 

This idea comes from thinking money is a finite thing. 

Money is available to you, if you are willing to do the right kind of work.
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Think instead of money as being something constantly in motion. People who have it, spend it. Your job is to direct the flow your way.  

“You can’t have everything.” 

Why not? For every person who has determined that you can either have a successful career or a successful family life, you can find an example of someone who has done both.

It’s time to get rid of the “either/or” mindset and embrace the “and” instead.

You really can “Think & Grow Rich.”

-Napoleon Hill

Financial freedom starts right where you’d least expect it – in the things you tell yourself. 

By guiding your self-talk away from negativity and towards possibility, you’ll find that your success is only a matter of time. You really can “think and grow rich,” as Napoleon Hill said.


Want to find out more about what’s holding you back in life? Check out this 30 second quiz from one of my partners over at Mind Movies. This quick quiz will reveal what your #1 freedom blocker in life is, and help you to get on the path to achieving greatness.

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