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What is money anyway? We know it isn’t a magic cure-all – it doesn’t buy happiness, love or health. It isn’t a measure of how brilliant or talented you are – there are plenty of poor geniuses and rich idiots.

Money is a tool. It can be used for good or bad.  The way you handle money can tell a lot about yourself. Your spending patterns often reveal your needed and what you truly value. What are your beliefs? Here are some fill-in-the-blank questions to help answer that question.

Write down all of the beliefs you have about money; then write down all of the new beliefs you would like to replace them with. Examples: I enjoy my money; I am grateful for money; I use money to live my dreams; I have enough money to be generous and do great things. Shifting your limited beliefs to expansive beliefs is the first step towards financial freedom.

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