#3. Embrace Comfort with Spending
Achieving financial abundance is a goal that many people aspire to, but it often feels elusive. We tend to associate financial success with stringent budgeting and frugality, but what if I told you that there’s another way to attract financial abundance?
Many people feel buyer’s remorse—guilt after spending money. This emotion stems from scarcity and feeling like you lack funds.
To shift this, spend money as you usually do but change your feelings. Imagine having the money, be grateful, and genuinely enjoy your purchase.
This alters your frequency to one of abundance.
Attracting financial abundance doesn’t have to be a rigid, joyless journey of extreme frugality. By embracing comfort with spending, you can create a more balanced and fulfilling approach to your finances.
Shift your mindset, set clear financial goals, create a balanced budget, prioritize experiences over possessions, invest wisely, practice gratitude, and seek professional guidance when needed.
By embracing comfort with spending, you can create a healthier and more sustainable relationship with your finances while still working towards your financial goals.