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You get what you give: attracting wealth

Last week, I talked about getting “unstuck”. To make that leap from a seven to a ten, you have to go out of your comfort zone and try new things. Once you get moving on the path to a better you, you’ll notice that the people around you will change as well. So this week, I wanted to talk about attraction; more specifically, attracting wealth.

Attracting wealth

I believe that the only way you’ll get the life you want is if you create it. And creating a better life starts with where you are right now. Let’s say you’re unhappy in your work life. You get up every day and go to an unfulfilling job that you dislike. You have little or no respect for your boss. You hate Mondays, and you’re always doing the weekend countdown. What you’re basically doing is going through the motions in Monday through Friday so you can live your life Saturday and Sunday. But guess what? Your unhappiness at work seeps over into other aspects of your life; you spend your personal life complaining about your job and your financial life being a slave to it. That negativity you’re putting out there is attracting exactly that. Like I said last week, you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with. Ever notice how much your friends complain about their jobs? If you want to attract wealth, your allure needs to be one of a person deserving of it.

Set your intention, and work towards it

Of course it’s about reaching your ultimate goal, but what’s more important right now is that you’re working towards it. There’s a lot to be said about someone who sets an intention to better themselves and then actually does it. And those are the people who attract the most wealth. When you actually enjoy your job, you make more money. And if you’re a confident and happy person, you gravitate towards other people like yourself. If you want to attract more wealth, you need to take inventory of where you’re at right now. Is your work life unfulfilling? Is your personal life causing you great stress? Has your financial life suffered as a result of your unhappy family life? Whatever it is that you come up with, set the intention to make a change. Once you start on your path to a better you, like-minded people will be attracted to you and doors to better opportunities will fly open.

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