Developing a Money Mindset -TPS240
Today I talk about your money and money myths and I also share the process I’ve been going through. I explain that, for a long time, I had feeling goals, not specific financial goals, but recently that has changed.
- It took a long time, but I’ve reached the point where I have no financial fear.
- How much money you have doesn’t reflect what’s going on inside of you.
- It takes a long time to train yourself to let go of financial fear.
- The more money you have, the more you have to think about it.
- Every dollar is a decision.
- If you don’t know how to make good financial decisions, you can screw it up.
- A skill of wealthy people is learning how to make mistakes.
- A majority of millionaires are frugal.
- I have to learn how not to make impulsive decisions.
- The problem is, there are no precise rules.
- I share what happened when I inherited a small amount of money.
- You shouldn’t make big money decisions when you are in an emotional state.
- Do a Google search for millionaire mindset.
- I talk about what I’m doing now that I’ve decided to significantly up my income.
- If you don’t have a saving habit, you have to start developing one.
- You can train yourself to get the same kind of dopamine rush from saving that you get from spending.
- I talk about my “power number”, 444, and how I’m using
- I realized I’m no longer afraid of bring in a lot of money.
- The fact that I feel really connected now makes a difference.
- I didn’t do a fancy launch for my course, and I did very well.
- You have to be willing to be frugal and disciplined.
- Money doesn’t discipline itself, you have to discipline your money.
- It’s about being thoughtful about your money, your goals and how to get there, and what you have to do internally to get there.
- Don’t be in a hurry to get rich, and think about what you really want.
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J.D. Roth’s article: The Millionaire Mindset: 53 Habits That Foster Wealth and Success