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"How Can I Mess This Up?"

Do you find yourself constantly making the same mistakes over and over again? Have you ever wondered, "How can I mess this up?" Well, you're not alone.

Self-sabotage is common, especially when it comes to money. As a mentor, I've seen this pattern time and time again, but fear not—there are ways to break free from this cycle and redesign your relationship with money.

The First Step to Change

The key to overcoming self-sabotage is understanding what you are messing up.

One of the best questions I learned from Regan Hillyer is, "How can I mess this up?"

Sitting down and being honest with myself was beyond powerful. This simple question: How can I Mess This Up - led to a huge change for me because once you make a list and get clear on how you are sabotaging - you're already on the path to recognizing the patterns and behaviors that may be holding you back. Awareness is like shining a light on the dark corners of your mind, allowing you to see your actions and decisions more clearly. Once you understand the root causes of your self-sabotage, you can take the necessary steps to break free from them.

Cutting Off Negative Patterns

Self-sabotage often stems from deep-rooted beliefs and fears surrounding money. Whether it's a fear of success, a lack of self-worth, or a scarcity mindset, these negative patterns can lead to destructive behaviors that undermine your financial well-being. The key is to identify these patterns and cut them off at the root.

Redesigning Your Money Mindset

Once you've identified and cut off your self-sabotaging patterns, it's time to redesign your money mindset. This is where the real transformation happens. Start by reframing your beliefs about money – instead of seeing it as a source of stress or limitation, view it as a tool for achieving your goals and living your best life. Practice gratitude for the abundance in your life, no matter how small, and focus on attracting prosperity and abundance into your experience.

The Power of Asking for Help

As a mentor in money mindset, I've witnessed firsthand the transformative power of coaching. A skilled coach can help you uncover blind spots, challenge limiting beliefs, and provide the support and guidance you need to break free from self-sabotage. By working with a coach, you can accelerate your progress, gain valuable insights, and develop a positive and empowered relationship with money.

The Secret Ingredient = Fun

Breaking free from self-sabotage doesn't have to be a serious and solemn process. In fact, infusing a sense of fun and playfulness into your journey can make it more enjoyable and sustainable. Experiment with new ways of thinking and behaving with money, and don't be afraid to make mistakes along the way – after all, that's how we learn and grow.

You've Got This

Self-sabotage may seem to be a challenging obstacle to overcome, especially when it comes to our finances. However, by embracing awareness, cutting off negative patterns, and redesigning your money mindset, you can break free from destructive behaviors and cultivate a healthy relationship with money.

Remember, you have the power to transform your financial future. Be willing to ask yourself, "How can I mess this up?" and be determined to make positive changes. Embrace the journey, have fun along the way, and watch as your money mindset transforms before your eyes.

You have the power to change course. With awareness, action, and a sprinkle of playfulness, you can break free from self-sabotage and create a new, empowered relationship with money. Let's embrace the challenge together and rediscover the joy of financial freedom!

Let me know if you need some help.

I'm always here to help you on this journey.

As Always,

Be Kind to You

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