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30 Financial Affirmations to Attract Wealth and Abundance

Positive Words Research presents below a list of 30 financial affirmations to attract money, wealth and abundance. Read these financial affirmations carefully and reflect upon them adding details from your life when thinking.

30 Financial Affirmations to Attract Wealth and Abundance

  1. I get paid for being me.
  2. More money is appearing in my life in unexpected ways.
  3. I deserve money so I can do everything I want to do in this life.
  4. Day by day I can see more money flowing to me.
  5. I spend money wisely.
  6. I am financially thriving.
  7. Money comes to me effortlessly and easily.
  8. I am attracting all the money I want.
  9. I have money like oxygen.
  10. I get richer by the second.
  11. May I and everyone enjoy financial freedom.
  12. I am grateful for all the money I have received.
  13. I am generous and wise with money.
  14. The Universe conspires to give me everything I need.
  15. We live in a friendly and generous Universe.
  16. I seek money and money is seeking me.
  17. I find joy in giving because I have more than enough.
  18. I choose prosperity.
  19. I get to show up and get paid.
  20. I pay my future self first.
  21. Every day in every way, I am becoming richer and richer
  22. Life is full of opportunities to make more money.
  23. I easily tune into the prosperity mindset.
  24. My bank account is blessed.
  25. I release with grace and ease every block that held me back from receiving prosperity.
  26. Every day in every way I am attracting more and more money.
  27. I allow my dream to be supported with money.
  28. I am worthy of receiving money.
  29. I have money.
  30. I have both active and passive income.

Write each of these financial affirmations on a piece of paper and reflect upon them. Also, inform yourself about tips to know and implement in your life so that you can reach financial freedom and independence.

Share these money affirmations with a friend to inspire his prosperity thinking.

Positive Words Research – 30 Financial Affirmations to Attract Wealth and Abundance

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Random Thoughts On The Incredible Power of Thoughts

“Aspiration: The progressive realization of a worthy ideal.” ~ quote from Aspirational Coasters

”For the man who has, will be given more… but the man who has nothing will have taken away from  him what little he has.” – Matt. 13:12

Hang on, that’s not fair. I thought God was supposed to be fair and just. Not very loving if you ask me…

Mmm, now that I’ve calmed down a little maybe there’s  more to this than meets the eye.  My Dad used to say “Nothing is as it seems.”

Over the years I’ve read so much around the simple act of thinking, 60,000 thoughts a day I’m told.

One of my gurus, Dr. Deepak Chopra, teaches that a thought is an impulse of energy and information. 60,000 thoughts must generate quite a bit of energy each day! And what of the “information” that’s attached to the energy, what’s that all about? Someone told me I was the same as a tree, just different information.

OK, I’ll cut to the chase.

I’ve nestled into the belief that says there’s a strong link (infallible?) between my thinking and the circumstances of my life. I’m very content with my life so far. And I see every day that whatever I’ve been thinking about actually appears in my life. Ever so quietly. Subtle, easy to miss at first.

My life-manta as I call it, has appeared in physical form. My mantra’s no secret. It’s “I’m Happy, Healthy, Wise, and Wealthy.” I think about that every day with a heart posture of gratitude.

Coming back to my opening Biblical quote. What do “poor” people think about all day? What dominates their thoughts? I wonder, would it be thoughts of abundance and gratitude. And what do the “wealthy” think about all the time?

These days they say “the gap (between rich and poor) is  widening”. Same principle I suggest. What you think about you get more of. Think abundance, you get more of it. Think lack and poverty, you get more of that.

“.. but the man who has nothing will have taken away from him who little he has.” The rich get richer, the poor get poorer because of the way they are habitually thinking. All that energy and information going the wrong way. “Wrong” meaning lack and deprivation.

My life mantra has been a delight. It’s taken patience and tenacity at times but it works. I am happy, healthy, wise and wealthy. Yes, please. Thank you.

Clive Littin

November 23 2016

aspirationalcoasters.com

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5 Things To Do In Your Twenties to Retire in Your Thirties

Is it really possible to do things in your twenties to set yourself up for retirement in your thirties? Yes! It is possible. Is it guaranteed? Of course not. There will always be factors outside of your control, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go for it. Retirement in your thirties might be a lofty goal, but it is not impossible. So, why not work towards that goal? What is the worst thing that can happen? Good choices in your twenties might put you on the path to retirement. At worst, they will put you on the path to prosperity. Either way, here are 5 things that you can do to retire in your thirties.

1. Learn the Difference between Good and Bad Debt

Creating wealth often requires that you go into debt temporarily in order to make a profit later. This means that you need to have an excellent credit rating. Many people make the mistake of believing that the best approach to early retirement is to never go into debt. This is a big mistake. Having no debt means that you have no credit. This means that when you do need to go into debt, to invest in real estate, for example, creditors have no way of knowing if you are worth the risk. This is why incurring some good debt is necessary.

Good debt is a reasonable amount of debt that you carry, based upon your income that you pay on in a timely manner. One example of good debt would be a credit card that you obtain through your local bank that you carry a small balance on. As long as you make payments on time, and you carry over a small balance each month, you will be creditworthy when you need to borrow money. Just keep your debt to a minimum.

On the other hand, bad debt can be high-interest credit cards where you make only minimum payments and are frequently late, buy here pay here car purchases, and many types of in-store credit. Avoid this type of debt like the plague.

2. Start Saving Immediately and Make Sacrifices to do So

If you want to retire in your thirties, you will need to build a healthy, liquid savings account now. This will be your source of emergency funds. In addition to this, once you build up enough savings, you can begin to move some of this cash into a retirement fund or into other investments.

Your next question is probably how much should you have available in savings? That depends on your lifestyle and income. However, may experts say that you should save 1 to 2 years worth of income in case of an emergency? Just remember that your goals are different than your peers. They may be fine simply putting away 10 percent of each paycheck. If you aren’t making enough to save adequately this could be one of many signs that it is time to change careers. You, on the other hand, will need to put away much more. In fact, you will have to make important personal choices and sacrifice some wants to make early retirement happen.

3. Live as Simply as Possible

Consumerism is one of the biggest barriers to financial success. Every day, you are targeted with advertisements that are designed to do nothing more than thinking that you need to purchase products or services that you don’t really need. Take a look at your life as it is right now. What can you simplify, what can you give up, where can you cut back? For example, do you really need to own a car and a home? Are the maintenance and payments on both worth it? Maybe you could cut some complication out of your life and save money if you purchased a small condo that was close to work and rode the bus. Do you really need that full cable package with all of the sports and movie channels? Could you live with Netflix and just pay for wi-fi instead? What about using your smartphone as an internet hotspot instead of enriching some major cable conglomerate?

4. Don’t Purchase: Invest!

Speaking of overconsumption, remember that every dollar that you spend on a good or service is a dollar that you are not using to invest in your future. If you prioritize putting money into retirement savings or towards other investments, you can earn money on your money. This will go much further than money spent on some item that is going to depreciate over time. Whether you have a 401k or some other retirement plan, be sure that you are contributing the maximum amount that you can. Remember, if your employer has a matching program, you are throwing away money if you don’t invest at least that amount from your own paycheck.

When you get raises, tax refunds, or other windfalls of cash, don’t fall into the temptation to make some big-ticket purchase or take a vacation. Instead, put that money towards your investments. If making a purchase is necessary, focus on getting the most value for the smallest amount of money.

5. Make Your Free Time Productive Time

There is absolutely nothing wrong with enjoying life, doing things that make you happy in your down time, and even procrastinating from time to time. However, if you are like many people, you waste several hours each week simply being unproductive. This is time spent surfing the internet, watching television, and otherwise doing nothing that is constructive. Consider taking some of that spare time to pick up an extra job or starting a side business, to learn a new skill that you can monetize down the road, or to learn more about investing.

Conclusion

Wouldn’t it be great to get out of the rat race instead of working for the next forty years? If you make some sacrifices and smart choices now, this could be a very real opportunity for you.

Rick Riddle

About the Author

Rick Riddle is a marketing consultant and an up-and-coming blogger whose articles aim to help people with e-learning, career, entrepreneurship, self-development and digital marketing.

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Positive Words Research – 5 Things You Can do in Your Twenties to Retire in Your Thirties