Remember the "Why" behind your financial decisions
The five mentalities that allow us to win with money
People don't win with money on accident
Those who do win view money differently than how most people view it
Webinar coming up on August 30th at 9PM EST. More details to come
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Playing off of last week's episode, The five mentalities that hold us back, we are talking today about the five mentalities that allow us to win with money. Just as negative attitudes hold us back, positive beliefs allow us to do incredible things, not only in our finances but in our life overall. Having coached individuals and couples before, I have discovered 5 main mentalities that allow us to win financially. They are:
Having the end in mind
Everyone starts somewhere
Your situation isn't permanent
It's better to give than to receive
Money doesn't define who I am
Today we explain what these mentalities really are and what they allow you to do with money when you implement them into your thinking.
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