5 Surefire Ways to Make More Money Come To You
Understanding Money’s Personality
If money was a person, it wouldn’t give a shit about you – unless you gave a shit about it.
To make more money, you need to know what it’s attracted to. The more you know this, the more of it you’ll get – and it’ll come to you faster than you imagine.
Below are 10 insights which have resonated with me, and I hope will do the same for you.
Make Money Develop ‘Feelings’ For You
It does not care if you have nice hair, graduated from an Ivy-league university, if you’ve saved a kitten, or if you know how to save money.
It doesn’t care.
It doesn’t discriminate.
However, there are ways in which you can make money develop “feelings” for you, thus gravitating toward you.
In Part 1, we peeled off some layers to money’s personality. I also discussed what international attitudes and mind-behaviors you should be adopting to help you make more money.
Yes, once you know what money loves, you’ll get more love from it.
1. Money Likes Confidence.
The moment you are most-ready and qualified for Arab money, is when you tell yourself you are.
Tell yourself you are worthy of more numbers; a growing positive balance to your bank statement. You are entitled to this. Never doubt yourself, even when you’re having financial difficulties.
Discard all notions such as I’m not ready yet for more money’, ‘or I’m not cut out to be a millionaire’ . This is a poor man’s mindset that will only render you helpless.
If you don’t think you deserve windfalls of cash, then guess what, you won’t get it. Ta-da.
2. It’s a Sucker for Action
One step of action is worth more than a ton of theory. Take action – even when you’re not sure that it’s the right move to make. The answers you’re looking for, or the inspiration you’ll need will come to you. Clarity will come experience.
The best action is fervently move forward and ‘do’. Make it easy on yourself – set mini-targets daily. Achieving all mini-milestones will give you the momentum you need to continue. Spend 3% planning and the rest on action.
3. It Wants Good Internal Energy
Money loves good energy – just like people do. I always start my day with activities that puts me in the zone. I listen to podcasts from other successful entrepreneurs, read motivational books, or go for a walk (it’s therapeutical).
Anything that helps to kick you into high gear and good spirits is worth doing.
Always carry good energy with you – and be around those who can supply you with it.
There will be dark times and rocky patches. It’s part of life. You can’t escape it. Brace for that impact.
What separates the champs from losers is perseverance, and this starts with managing your mind. I always remind myself with this: “Tough times don’t last, but tough people do.” Stay focused on the hustle like a telescope. Police your own thoughts – make sure it’s focusing on the right emotions + behavioral and thought patterns.
Only a few can pull through the thick and thin, and that’s why there’s always a smaller number of people at the very top percentile.
4. It Likes Researchers
Money — just like your middle school teacher — likes those that do their homework. And, that’s why smart scientists tend to get paid well – they research. If you’ve done your homework and you’re playing your cards right, money will reward you eventually, since you know, you’re doing the right things.
5. It Loves Seeing Improvements
It’s no surprise that those with great talents and a good business sense, probably aren’t broke.
Before I go to sleep, I make sure that I’ve learned something new and practical. Let it be for personal development or business — pick up anything new. My profession is digital marketing, but I’m also educating myself on coffee roasting Even in areas where I consider myself well-versed in, I still go the extra-mile on improving them. For e.g Copywriting, graphic design, talent management.
Learning should be part of your routine. Love every minute of it, even if it’s hard.
Not having to be reliant on others saved me bundles of what would have been unnecessarily wasted fees.
I know, it can be insanely time consuming to learn a new skill – just do it anyways. The rewards will come to you unexpectedly, even in the form of monetary gains. There’s nothing to lose – everything you learn is forever part of your skill repertoire.
That’s 5 key traits you can start working on (if not already). With time, you’ll notice the figures on your savings grow, and you’ll know why.
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