How does money come into your life? That’s not a trick question. Yet, it’s a very different question than what do you do for a living?
When you were a child, you may have received an allowance as a gift from your parents. Some adults still receive their money from life partners, parents, trust funds or others.
Perhaps you had to earn your allowance by doing chores. It did not come into your life automatically. You may have had experience babysitting or cutting lawns and receiving money from neighbors.
Now most of your money may come from earning a paycheck from an employer or you may work independently and receive pay for services directly or as tips.
Or money may come to you from a government program that you are entitled to for one of many possible reasons.
These all seemed very normal to me when I was a young woman. I was very startled when I asked someone what she did for a living, and she explained that she had investments and did not need to do anything—her money just came to her.
Then I read “The Richest Man in Babylon” and learned that money could make money and that it was possible to let accumulated money give me money without being used up. Magic???
The story of that lesson and many others is in “Embrace Prosperity: Resolve Blocks to Experiencing Abundance.” Read it to learn to expand the ways money comes to you now.
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