Your Money Mindset

by | Oct 13, 2020 | Leadership | 0 comments

What’s your money mindset? ⁠ ⁠

First, I have a question- what does ‘money mindset’ mean to you?⁠ ⁠

To me, money mindset encompasses all the beliefs and attitudes that people have towards money and obtaining wealth. These beliefs affect the relationship that people have with money in both positive and negative ways, and affects their ability to attract and make money.⁠ ⁠

For many of us, our beliefs surrounding money stem back to the messages we were told growing up. In certain instances, I have found some of my clients struggle with limiting beliefs about money. The good news for all of us is that the beliefs we hold regarding money and creating wealth can be changed!⁠ ⁠

One of the misguided mindsets I often encounter is the unconscious feeling that making or having lots money is somehow wrong. I get so worked up when I run into this mindset because it seems to be so pervasive in society. ⁠ ⁠

Money. Is. Neutral.⁠

It is neither inherently good nor inherently bad. You make money in this world by providing VALUE. And, you should get paid for sharing that value with the world. There is NOTHING wrong with that. ⁠ ⁠

Furthermore, the more money you have, the more impact you can make in this world. Money isn’t required to make a big impact, as you know, but it can help. Money allows you to donate more, reach more people, fund more charities, etc…AND for physicians- improve more patient lives!⁠ ⁠

Don’t succumb to the limiting belief that all wealthy people are greedy and selfish.⁠ ⁠

Take charge of your money mindset and start playing a bigger game. Start paying attention to your revenue and profit margins. Keep your eyes fully open to the financial state of your business and to new opportunities coming your way. It’s alright if you aren’t where you want to be (often performance metrics can be eye-opening when you actually track them). However, you CAN control your future income stream by putting a plan into place now. And getting your mindset in alignment is the first step.⁠ ⁠

⁠Do you need help tracking your performance metrics so that you can achieve financial success both personally and in your business? Reach out today! ⁠

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