How Mindset Can Impact Your Financials

How Mindset Can Impact Your Financials

Do you frequently struggle financially? If so, it could be partially down to your mindset. The way you think about your finances can have a surprising impact on how successful you become.

If you’ve ever read “The Secret”, you’ll know that what you think becomes what you experience. So, if you want to be financially successful, you have to think you’re going to be financially successful. There’s certainly some truth to this, but how exactly does it work?

Here, you’ll discover exactly how mindset can impact your financials. 

The danger of a fixed mindset

Many people struggle to make changes in their financial lives because they’re stuck in a fixed mindset. That is, you believe your financial situation won’t change.

It could be you believe there’s no way to increase your income right now. Or, you might feel like your particular skillset holds you back. Whatever it is, this fixed belief of how your financial life is and will be, can dramatically hold you back.

It’s easy to slip into a fixed financial mindset; especially if you’ve been struggling for a long time. However, the key to progressing financially is to develop a growth mindset. With this, you open yourself up to the possibility of becoming more financially stable.

Eliminating impulse spending

When you have a healthy money mindset, you’re less likely to partake in impulse spending. You’ll be careful about the money you spend, helping you to achieve much greater financial freedom.

With impulse spending, you don’t really think about whether or not you need the item you’re buying. It could be that you’re trying to make yourself feel better, or you’re just reckless with your spending. So, by training the brain to have a healthier relationship with money, it’s going to avoid overspending and making impulse buys you don’t really need.

Recognizing self-sabotaging thoughts

Self-sabotaging thoughts can significantly impact your financials. These include statements you tell yourself such as “I’ll never get out of this debt” or “I’ll never make as much as I want to”. These thoughts can really hold you back. In fact, if you allow them to continue, there’s a good chance they’ll actually come true.

What you tell yourself makes a huge difference to your mindset. So, if you want to get better with money, you’re going to need to start replacing those negative thoughts with positive ones.

Worrying about finances can make it worse

If you’re struggling with your finances, worrying about it is only going to make it worse. Worry doesn’t actually change anything, but it does add significant stress into your life.

The trouble is, the more you worry, the more stressed you become and that in turn affects your motivation and productivity. So, you’ll be less able to turn the situation around than if you were to remain calm and focused.

How you view money makes a difference

Did you know that how you view money can also make a difference to your financials? If you avoid money matters, worship money or focus solely on money status, it could be really damaging your money mindset.

Instead of viewing money as the most important thing in life, it’s a good idea to view it as a tool. The less power you give it, the more positive your relationship with money will become. 

These are just some of the ways your mindset can impact your financials. It’s common to feel helpless when it comes to improving our finances. However, this is often just a negative mindset you’ve got stuck in. If you can figure out how to change it, you can work on getting into a better financial position.

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Rich Perry

Hey, glad you're here! My name is Rich Perry, and I'm a best selling author, conscious entrepreneur, and influencer. I'm the co-author of International #1 Best Selling book Bankroll Your Mind and was invited by Jim Britt and Jim Lutes to be a co-author in The Change, the fastest growing personal development book series in the world. My gift is the ability to relate to each person, taking you on a hero’s journey by integrating both conscious and unconscious performance to create a lasting and powerful change. I work with first generation entrepreneurs and business leaders who are ready to make a difference in the world. My motto is “Lead By Example Through Excellence”


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