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14. What you believe about money will come true
Episode 1431st July 2023 • The Prosperous Piano Teacher • Ashlee Young
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Embarking on the journey of exploring your money mindset can be both daunting and transformative. As you delve into the depths of your beliefs and attitudes towards money, you may find hidden barriers that have been holding you back from financial abundance. In this blog post, we will explore the power of money psychology and how limiting beliefs can affect your relationship with money. Additionally, we'll discuss practical steps to reframe your money mindset and create a more positive and empowering financial reality.

The Discovery: Unveiling Limiting Beliefs

At the beginning of your money mindset journey, you might encounter a range of beliefs that have shaped your perception of money. Common limiting beliefs include:


"I'm not good with money."

"Money is scarce."

"Money is evil."

"I am not worthy of money."

"If I make more money, it will change my relationships."

These beliefs, often formed in childhood or influenced by society, can significantly impact your financial decisions and success. Identifying these beliefs is the first step towards understanding your money mindset and how it affects your financial reality.


The Work on Mindset: Making Positive Changes

Transforming your money mindset is an ongoing process that requires self-awareness and intentional efforts. Here are four practical ways to start working on your money mindset:


Reflect on Your Money Story: Take time to journal about your past experiences with money, exploring how your parents or caregivers approached money, and the messages you received about it. Understand how these experiences might have influenced your current beliefs.

Visualize Your Future Desires: Imagine your ideal financial future without limitations. Journal about the life you want to live, the financial goals you aim to achieve, and the changes you'd like to make. Create a detailed picture of what financial abundance means to you.

Read Empowering Books: Seek out books that can help you reshape your money mindset positively. "You Are a Badass at Making Money" by Jen Sincero and "The Big Leap" by Gay Hendricks are excellent choices to gain insight into money empowerment and personal growth.

Embrace Affirmations: Incorporate affirmations into your daily routine to rewire your brain for positivity and abundance. Regularly repeat empowering statements about money to counter negative self-talk and foster a positive money mindset.


The journey of transforming your money mindset is a powerful and transformative experience. By confronting limiting beliefs, reflecting on your money story, and visualizing a future of financial abundance, you can create a more positive relationship with money. Remember, this process is ongoing, and it's okay to experience challenges along the way. The key is to approach it with curiosity, self-compassion, and a willingness to embrace change. As you continue to work on your money mindset, you'll discover newfound financial confidence and open the door to greater financial opportunities in your life.


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