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The following exercise, which is about your mindset with regard to money, consists of a number of statements. The trick is to find the statements that best suit you. They consist of a large number of negative, inhibiting convictions. Try to find the five main inhibiting convictions and circle the ones you identify with. Try to circle no more than five convictions to work on. 

  • When I have a lot of money, I may lose it.
  • When I look deep into my heart, I don’t have to be rich.
  • You need money to make money.
  • Money can cause a lot of trouble.
  • If you have a lot of money, you are cheap.
  • Money is not that important.
  • With great money comes great responsibility.
  • Getting rich is a matter of being lucky.
  • Money is the root of all evil.
  • Realistically speaking, there is little chance of me getting rich.
  • Getting rich is nothing for people like me.
  • When I get rich, everyone will want something from me.
  • The rich have apparently done something bad and dishonest to make their money.
  • I am too young/too old to get rich.
  • I am not educated enough to get rich.
  • I don’t have the time to manage my money.
  • I wish there was no such thing as money.
  • I don’t need to manage my money, since I hardly have any.
  • It is not fair that I’m rich, whereas others aren’t.
  • Rich people are rarely happy.
  • If I get rich, that’s fine; if I don’t, that’s fine too.
  • I hate bearing responsibility.
  • I am repulsed by rich people.
  • It is better to be paid for my time than for what I do.
  • It’s all good; I don’t need to push myself.
  • When you’re wealthy in terms of love, health and happiness, you don’t need money.
  • I can do it on my own; I don’t need others.
  • When I ask for help, people will think that I’m weak.
  • The only reason to work is to make money.
  • I am simply not destined to be rich.
  • Investing is only for rich people with a lot of money.
  • Most investments, other than a bank account, are too risky.
  • Getting rich is too much work and hassle for me.
  • I don’t feel good enough to be rich.
  • The goal to get rich leaves little time for other things.
  • Having a lot of money means being less spiritual and pure.
  • When I have a lot of money, it means that someone else has less.
  • I am simply not good at money and finances.
  • I could potentially get rich, but I need a break right now.
  • Working on my financial future is a little inconvenient right now.
  • It is not fair to make more than my parents.
  • People should not have more money than they need to survive.
  • The pursuit of riches causes stress and health issues.
  • Most great opportunities have already been seized.
  • I am not smart or intelligent enough to get rich.
  • I don’t like managing my money.
  • Money corrupts the artistic, creative and sportive world.
  • I am too busy to invest time and energy in my financial knowledge.
  • There's no point in making more money; it only means I have to pay more taxes.
  • I’m already quite comfortable; I don’t need to push myself.
  • By getting rich, I will prove myself to the rest of the world.
  • Getting rich is not a skill.

Which five of these 52 statements best matches your feelings and emotions? If you read a statement and it immediately resonated with you, that might be one of them. Remember to choose no more than five convictions. This is a tool to find your inhibiting convictions with regard to money, and you want to start by focusing on the five strongest convictions you hold.

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