July 18, 2011 - Do you view money as an object or a vehicle? Is money a possession or an instrument to you? When you view money as an object or a possession, its importance outweighs what it can ultimately mean and do for you and others. And when it becomes an obsession, either because you have plenty and don’t want to lose it or never have enough so making it is all that seems to matter, then the richness of life is what is truly slipping through your fingers.
Take an MM&I Moment to think about how you view money and if it needs to shift so you can focus on what matters most to you. When you begin to see money as a vehicle or instrument you use to get you where you want to go, you can then also be open to other resources that can be your vehicles and instruments. When money is no longer the “end all,” then you can truly begin to engage your opportunities and desires in ways you never imagined before. And the funny thing is, money flows ever so much more easily towards you when you do.
Synergized Quote of the Week
“Money won’t create success, the freedom to make it will.” – Nelson Mandela
Yours in synergistic thinking,