Even though reciting positive affirmations is a popular stress reliever, in this instance, since we want to work on shifting your money beliefs, incorporating these affirmations needs to be a daily task. If you’re wondering how on earth you can fit one more thing into your schedule, let’s explore two fairly easy ways to add this routine to your day.
Remember, too, that once you create your new affirmations and create your vision board, the amount of time dedicated to either of your routines is very short. The vision board is normally a one-and-done project every year and your affirmations won’t need any revisions for at least six months, if not longer. That’s why I encourage you to try the affirmations, journaling, and meditation or visualization altogether. You can still receive a great benefit from all of these in only 15 minutes. And if time allows, spend more time with your thoughts and dreams.
One last tip: On a weekly basis, take that journal and write a longer entry about your money mindset journey. Talk about where you started from and any hesitancies that were at the back of your mind. At the end of every week, write down your thoughts, feelings, and any successes no matter how small.
How did it feel to complete your routine for 7 consecutive days? Were you surprised? Do you notice any shifts yet? Are you excited to keep going?
Take note of when you add something new to your routine, whether it’s longer journal entries or working on a new positive affirmation. These are all the small milestones that you might not notice unless they’re written down. This validation that the process works should also motivate you to continue on this road to self-discovery and money mindset shifts.
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