Friday, September 18th, 2020
What we all learn early in our lives, is that our brains and our bodies, once thrust with willpower, is capable of adapting to almost anything we want it to. And once doing so, it can potentially alter the course of our lives. What this means, is that we need to make our life choices wisely, as what hopefully and eventually improves, is the quality of our standard of living.
True that although there are some, who unfortunately are born with certain genetic or biological imperfections, that may require medical attention or training, this to overcome or modulate their lives.
But the vast majority of us, are gifted with highly functional brains, that can guide us towards unlimited money making potential, if we’re willing to.
What’s proven, is that our brains are in a constant state of flux, this throughout our entire lives.
So what you can do right now, is begin priming your brain towards better financial success, but it needs to start immediately.
To begin, you need to start thinking that money is nothing more than an unbiased energy form, that doesn’t know or care who or where it goes to.
So because of this, there are certain fundamental scientific steps that you can take, regarding how your brain reacts and relates to the money that’s coming towards you.
Your Mind And Understanding Money
What financial experts will always tell you, is that if you want to become wealthy, it comes down to how you define it.
It’s found that graduates from the most prestigious of Universities, all have a clouded concept, when it comes to wealth. They have difficulty relating their education, and the void that exists on how they can make money.
These bright yet green individuals, have a difficult time relating to the education that they just acquired, and how they can get wealthy, are related to each other.
Their conception, is that money is something that others have, but they themselves don’t.
These individuals also stated, that they want to become financially secure, and are willing to learn how to earn and manage their money, which will give them peace of mind.
Although making wads of money itself isn’t necessarily their prime objective, what money can provide and represents, does matter to them.
But since they have no idea on how to connect money with what they’ve just learned, they think they might have a difficult time getting wealthy.
The Need To Define Wealth
What needs to be defined, is what becoming wealthy means to you.
The exact value that you place on it, which is an important driver when it comes to the process of acquiring more money.
What your brain always does, is gives first priority to whatever you focus or think about the most.
So if you ask your mind to do something repeatedly, which can be creating a definition of what wealth means, and then decide on a specific plan to achieve this wealth, the brain has no other choice but to follow your demand.
What developing this wealth plan does, is it forces your brain to subconsciously focus on the steps that it needs to take to acquire it, while helping you establish and adhere to its methods.
Clearing Up Your Mind To Accept Wealth
We all become adults with certain established beliefs when it comes to money, both subconsciously and consciously.
This includes how we earn and manage our money, and deciding how much is enough.
These beliefs become established, from how money was treated and perceived by our parents, when we were growing up, such as they being poor.
Or how our educators at school, or our friends viewed and treated money.
So whether you realize it or not, what all of these primary messages does, is influences and often works against you, in your lifelong quest to achieving wealth.
You need to consider all of the different beliefs, that you have regarding money, such as, “Money is the root of all evil.”
Or your parents may of told you that to get rich, you need to steal and cheat, or that those who are rich are rude and arrogant.
Conditioning Your Brain Otherwise
What your brain does, is makes assumptions that’s based on your past behavior and experiences, while believing whatever you tell it to believe.
So you need to examine these past beliefs and messages, and what effect they have on you.
Then challenge yourself by removing these barriers by reeducating your brain, to make better decisions regarding wealth.
Begin by making a list of all your past money beliefs that you’ve acquired over time, and then assess them.
Delete, change, or edit the ones that you no longer want or are detrimental to you.
Gaining this clarity, will help train your brain to pay more attention, as well as reinforce what you need to do to attract more money.
Take Better Control Of Your Mind
The brain can often be brilliant, a loyal servant, when doing certain tasks such as recognizing patterns, or generating emotional responses.
But it can fall behind when it comes to recognizing certain issues.
One issue is not being able to recognize or evaluate long term business or financial trends, if the brain is not trained properly.
The brain cannot recognize patterns once they become random, or when it’s attempting to multitask at once.
The brain is also respondent to fear, as it assumes that certain situations are dangerous even if they’re not.
All of these instincts and abilities then become challenged, and become challenging to overcome, especially when it comes to accepting more wealth in your life.
But because of the discoveries in recent neuroscientific studies, we now understand more on how the brain can overcome these issues, while enhancing its development, which includes our beliefs on acquiring wealth.
Develop A Money Making Plan
Begin by focusing on developing the needed skills, that will support your quest, while simultaneously altering your behavior, fears, and negative attitudes regarding money and what’s hampering its momentum.
Realize that the brain, will always react to whatever you feed it.
You alone are in control, when it comes to how your brain functions, which dictates your financial destiny.
Learn To Adapt Your Brain
You can train your brain to become wealthier with repetition, or to accomplish whatever you want in life.
This to become the best that you possibly can be, to make better more accomplished financial decisions, to maximize and achieve your goals.
What it requires is dedicated focus, at times a bit of risk, intention, and then taking action.
You will then eventually reshape your thinking, to create and attract more wealth into your life.