There are some, who are unfortunately born with certain genetic biological imperfections or markings. As a result they require specialized treatment or medication that needs to be administered to overcome, to modulate and live a functional life.
For the vast majority of us, we’re born with highly functional brains which assimilates us to live a life full of possibilities. It allows us unlimited money making potential, provided we’re willing.
Research is continuously proving our brains are in a constant state of progression, to live and learn. What this leads to, is the priming of the brain towards better financial success.
To begin, you need to start thinking money is nothing more than an unbiased energy source, that doesn’t know or care who you are.
As a result, there are fundamental scientific steps you can take, regarding how your brain reacts and relates to money and vice-versa.
1.) – Your Mind Needs To Better Understand Money
What financial experts will ask you when you’re seeking more money, is what is your definition of it.
It’s found recent graduates from even the most prestigious of Universities with their degrees, have a clouded concept regarding wealth and how to make money.
They have a difficult time relating the education they just received, and the gap which exists on how they can earn money.
Their conception is usually money is something others have, and something they yet don’t have.
These individuals also indicated they want to become financially secure. They’re wanting to learn how to effectively earn and manage money, which achieves peace of mind.
While money itself isn’t their prime motivator, what money can provide is security for their welfare, which matters to them.
But since they have no idea on how to connect money with what they’ve just learned, they believe they would have a difficult time acquiring wealth.
2.) – The Need To Define Wealth
What needs to be defined is what becoming wealthy is to you. The value you place on it, which is an extremely important driver when it comes to the process of acquiring more money in your pocket.
What your thinking brain will always do, is give first priority to whatever you repeatedly focus or think about the most.
If you tell your brain to do something repeatedly, such as creating a definition of what wealth is, and then decide on a specific plan to achieve this wealth. The mind will follow your direction.
What developing this plan does, is it enlists your brain to subconsciously focus on the steps it needs to take. The mind will become programmed to help you establish and adhere to your priorities.
3.) – Clearing Your Mind To Accept Money
We all enter adulthood with our own established beliefs about money, both consciously and subconsciously. This includes how we make and manage our money, and decide how much is enough.
These beliefs are established, from how money was treated and perceived by our parents when we were young.
What’s also important is how our educators, friends, neighbours and our community viewed money.
Whether you realize it or not, all of these primary messages will influence and may even work against you, in your lifelong quest to achieving wealth.
You need to consider the different types of messages you have heard regarding money, such as. “Money is the root of all evil.”
Some have instilled in your mind, in order to achieve great wealth, you need to cheat and steal. Or, those who are rich are narcissistic, rude and are criminals.
4.) – Telling Your Mind Otherwise
What your brain will do, is make assumptions based on your past experiences, believing whatever you tell it to believe is true.
So you need to go back and examine these beliefs and messages, and what effect they have on you.
Then challenge yourself and remove these barriers by reeducating your brain, to make different pathways regarding wealth.
Begin by making a list of all your money beliefs you’ve acquired over time, and then review them.
Delete, change, or edit the ones which you no longer want or are detrimental to you.
Gaining this clarity, will help train your brain to pay attention, as well as reinforcing what you need to do to attract money.
5.) – Take More Control
The brain can be a whiz, a loyal servant, when doing certain tasks such as training it on how to react or generating emotional response.
But it falls behind when it comes to certain tasks, such as:
• The ability to recognize long term business or financial trends
• The ability to recognize when patterns become random, and
• When attempting to multitask
The brain is also respondent to fear, as it will assume certain situations are dangerous even if they aren’t.
All of these instincts and abilities become challenged, while becoming challenging to overcome, especially when it comes to accepting more money into your life.
But thanks to the recent breakthroughs in neuroscience studies, what’s now understood is how the brain can overcome these issues.
All while enhancing its development in every facet of our lives, including our beliefs regarding wealth.
6.) – Developing A Money Making Plan And Mindset
Begin focusing on developing the skills which will support your quest. Simultaneously alter your behaviour, fears and attitudes regarding money and what’s hampering the momentum.
Keep in mind, the brain will always take cues and respond to whatever you feed it, as it’s an unbiased servant.
You alone are in the driver’s seat when it comes to how your brain thinks and reacts, which dictates your financial destiny.
Believe wealth to come your way, make a plan on how, as it can be as easy as a mind shift away.
7.) – Adapting Your Brain
Believe you can train your brain to succeed with repetition, to accomplish whatever it is you want in life.
To become the best possible you, to make better more successful financial decisions. To fulfill and achieve your dreams.
What it requires is focus, a degree of risk, dedication, intention, action, accountability, faith and persistence.
You will eventually begin reshaping your thinking patterns and thought form, to create and attract greater wealth into your life.