The first step when setting intentions for your Money Mindset is to decide what kind of money mindset you want to have. Be as clear as possible.
When heading into the last months of the year, think about what you want the next couple of months to look like in your life and why. The clearer you can be, the better.
Reflect on how things have gone in the past. Take the time to review any work efforts or changes that need to be made. Know the state of your business. Prepare for year-end tasks to get in front of them.
Consider your own goals. What are they? Have you met them or are you on your way to achieving them? What about your financial goals as you head into the end of the year? What can you do in the last stretch of the year to move closer to your goals?
Be intentional about how you spend your money and your time.
Intentional reflection means taking the time to sit and think, pray, meditate – whatever suits you.
- What am I able to do in the next couple of months?
- What are the top priorities.
- What would be easy to finish and get completed?
Take intentional and inspired action toward work.
Everything has a current. Like time and money and water. If you don’t slow down and empty your hands of what you currently have you can’t welcome in new abundance.
Abundance can mean health, wealth or whatever you want more of.
Vacuum law. If you never create a vacuum for more to come in – it won’t come to you. Make space in your life.
Drop the things you no longer need to do.
Wealth does not come to distracted people.
Do you need to be the person doing all the things?
Slow down to ask yourself what you want the new year to be. Journal your money beliefs. Ask yourself…
- Do these beliefs serve me?
- Do they help me live my best life?
- What am I teaching my children about money?
Practice not complaining about money so that you can let go and practice gratefulness for what you do have. It shifts your energy from complaining energy (negative) to grateful energy (positive).