Money is linked to the fact that it can and should bring more freedom. But many people are hardly aware that they also bring themselves into bondage for money, every day. By guest author Nicole Rupp
If you want to buy something and you refrain from doing so for the sake of the money, do not act freely, but let the money guide you. Otherwise you would be spending the money on exactly what you want right now and enjoying it extensively.
If you keep investing more to make your money grow faster, you may put money first in your life, subordinate yourself, and not take your needs and wants seriously. You may not even notice it because you are used to it, have learned that way, everyone does it and everything else even feels wrong or careless as a result.
Saving money, investing it and increasing it remains important. But the more joyful this happens, in that you experience more happiness with your money and make sensible provisions, the more joy you will experience now. If this thought does not seem important to you, I invite you to ponder the following questions. What really comes first in your life? You and your luck? Is your money used for your luck or are you often guided by financial or strategic considerations? Or even about “must” or “money is hard work” and the like.
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In the post-war period, people were brought up in such a way that money, security and status were in the foreground. That was as essential as it was existential. However, the belief that money comes first and that you are worth what you do (and not what you are) has been subconsciously adopted.
When money becomes too important, you are placing too little value on yourself.
Money was invented to facilitate exchanges in relationships. Money should serve people and thereby make life easier – not the other way around.
In my financial coaching I often have to deal with inheritance and inheritance conflicts. Rarely do people regret the money they have spent. But they regret what they have never done or undertaken and can no longer do.
Investing and increasing money well should fill you with joy, free from tension, deprivation or stress. You should keep a close eye on yourself, your current enjoyment, your true wishes and needs.
How lucky you will be with your future money is in the stars. Your happiness today in everyday life, however, is in your hands. Usually too little importance is attached to this daily happiness – especially when it comes to money. The experience of joy and happiness with money (when taking, spending, investing, giving, donating, donating) not only directly increases your quality of life. It increases your sense of purpose in your life and the purpose of your money. And that can be the best motivation for making spot-on money management decisions that will help you grow.
You may also have learned that money is associated with hard work and has to be earned first. But from two decades of financial coaching and advice, I can only recommend that you: Money is primarily about your healthy relationship with money.
When you have a very negative attitude towards money you are giving yourself a hard time with money or creating a shortage. Your positive attitude and appreciation are not only tangible greater happiness, but also the guarantee that your money will flow more easily in your life and that you will make financially happy decisions.
The nice thing is: happy people do things that are more lucky with money. So in the end everyone benefits from more of your personal happiness with money.
I wish you a lot of joy in bringing more luck into your money!
about the author
Nicole Rupp is a financial expert for luck in money and inheritance. As a graduate in business administration, systemic coach and former financial advisor, she founded a company in 2003 with her brand money relationship (geldbeispiel.com). Since then, the mother of two has been advising and accompanying people to experience more happiness, freedom and joie de vivre with money and assets. She is a key note speaker and author. Latest book: “Infinitely Rich – The 6 Biggest Emotional Hurdles To Inheritance And How To Solve Them”