Your beliefs about money have a great deal to do with where you currently are financially.  With that in mind, what is your current money mindset?

Ask yourself these questions:

  • What did your parents, teachers, and friends teach you about money?
  • Do you view money as positive or negative?
  • Do you think that you are worthy of achieving financial freedom?
  • Do you have confidence in your ability to build wealth?
  • Are you in control of your money, or is your money controlling you?
  • How does money, or the lack of it, make you feel?

I could create a lot more questions for you to consider, but I think you get the point.  How you think about money — your money mindset — determines how you will handle money and how you will go about things like increasing your income, reducing expenses, paying off debt, and saving for the future.

If you want to create a bright financial future for you and your family, it all begins with having a right money mindset.  You must learn to:

  • See money as a neutral tool.  It is neither positive or negative.  It is just a tool that you use to create a future for yourself and your family.
  • Take responsibility for your financial situation and have the confidence to move forward with great hope for the future.
  • Create a vision for your future, backed by a plan that you work on every day.  Staying focused on your vision and working your plan is where the rubber meets the road — and is exactly how you will achieve your dreams for an amazing future.

A bright, happy, compelling future can be yours if you create a positive money mindset and are willing to work toward the achievement of your financial dreams.