Six habits to breakout from:
1. Clinging to the status quo. Fighting change uses up energy you could put to better use. It's
like trying to cling to a rock as a tsunami roarsin instead running for high ground. One of the
toughest laws of the universe tells us, "you either expand, or you contract." You can't just
hover; you'll crash.
2. Blaming. The fixed idea that someone else determines the outcome of your life blocks
creativity. It sucks the life force right out of you. The more you are will to be responsible for,
the more freedom you have.
3. Resenting the success of others. It is very hard to attract to yourself what you condemn in
4. Complaining. A little whining goes a long way. It turns people off. Not only that, it keeps
your focus on what you don't want. What you focus on grows!
5. Fear. Many people actually keep themselves in a state of fear and anxiety on purpose due to
the misguided belief that fear will help them avoid danger. Fear bombards their bodies with
adrenalin and wears them out to the point of giving up.
6. Shame. The belief that there is something shameful about loss and hardship is prevalent.
I've explored it with lots of people. It has never proved true.
Seven habits to cultivate:
1. Flexibility: You may have to move, downsize or expand. It can be a nightmare (if you do
not break out from the habits above) or a great adventure. Your choice.
2. Gratitude: Being aware of the miracles around us natures our sense of wonder. Feeling
grateful alters your private version of reality from one of lack to one of abundance and
3. Looking for opportunities: One of my favorite quotes is, "What you see is mostly what you
look for." Keep an eye out for open doors in places you might not expect to find them.
4. Asking for help: Often a simple shame-blame-and-complaint-free request brings big
benefits. Friends, family and Facebook Friends are often glad to provide introductions, useful
advice, leads and other assistance if they know what you are looking for.
5. Learning: A return to school, some training in your field, working with a coach, a how-to
book, a master mind group, an exciting hour with Google - just for starts! So much to learn, so
little time. Learning about how to improve your financial health is fun and profitable.
6. Desire: Use your desire as a sense of direction. Follow it and your intense curiosity.
7. Break out from Limiting Beliefs: When you develop the habit of challenging any belief that
blocks happiness and success you move out of the prison of lack into the space of miracles.