Especially for Horse Lovers
Does your money mindset empower you to live your best life with your horse(s)?
I bet you have heard the joke about how you can make a small fortune in the horse world. By starting with a big one, apparently. Do you agree?
If you laughed and said, “Yes, I do,” then you are fostering a negative money mindset – a mindset based on the conviction that you will never have enough money.
The idea behind the Journal Yourself Rich Challenge is not only to help you understand your money mindset but also to help you adjust your mindset so that you can make more advantageous choices and decisions, thus guaranteeing you a healthier financial future – by journalling for 5 minutes a day in response to a prompt.
Example: What is the best piece of advice you’ve ever received when it comes to money?
The prompts are designed to help you get rid of limiting beliefs, outdated ideas, mindnumbing blocks and unidentified fears about money. You will receive an e-mail daily with a short prompt that you can respond to in 5 minutes.
Is your current mindset planting the seeds for financial abundance? Or is it sabotaging your future success?
A positive money mindset is based on the conviction that there will always be enough money when you need it. It is about being grateful for what you already have and for what you will receive in the future. This mindset cultivates confidence in your ability to manage your finances and as well as financial security.
I created this challenge as an introduction to my The Wealthy Horse Owner: Earn Extra Income with Your Horse(s) course, but it works for everyone who is interested in optimising their financial situation.
And who of us can afford not to be?
What is your current money mindset? Is it empowering or obstructive?
Ask yourself the following questions to help you determine your money mindset:
- How does your current financial situation make you feel?
- Are you comfortable talking to others about money matters?
- Are your financial habits healthy?
- Is your financial future secure?
- Do you often compare your financial situation to that of others?
- Are you confident that you can achieve your financial goals?
If any of these questions make you uncomfortable, you will benefit from responding to the daily prompts in the Journal Yourself Rich challenge.
Your first prompt will be in your inbox tomorrow. In the meantime, you can start by responding to the above.
5 minutes. That is all you will need each day.
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