The Trick To Money
The trick to money is having some. That’s the title of the late Stuart Wilde’s book on money. He proposes that the key is in allowing yourself to be open and accepting of money to flow freely into our lives – on all levels – and it makes a lot of sense.
Some people don’t seem to have a care in the world. It looks like they spend money as if there’s an unlimited supply, and will happily keep filling their pockets with loads of cash to do the same thing day after day. These are the people who’ve learnt the trick to money, and I’m not talking about those who have merely inherited it. These are the people who understand their true value and know how to bill others for the use of their services.
Learning the trick to money
The first step to learning the trick to money is to ask your self the following questions
- Do you constantly worry about what bills need to be paid?
- When someone asks “how much?”, do you often just say, “don’t worry about it”
- Do you undervalue your own skills?
Answering these questions honestly will give you a good indication of how you really feel about money. If you answered yes to all of the above then you’re more of a money out than money in kind of individual. If you answered no then you’re already most of the way there.
In page one, chapter one, Stuart provides this nice little bit of positioning…
“Abundance will never be a factor of how much money one has. Rather, it’s always a factor of how one feels about what money one does have.”
Now I ask you to revisit the three questions posed above and ponder them for a while. If you changed the no into a yes can you imagine how your mindset might change?
Anyway, I recommend you take a look at “The trick to money is having some” by Stuart Wilde. You might just find the answer and master the trick your self!