I know it may sound strange, but I believe there is a limit to how much money you can make at any given time. I believe you will not earn more than what I call your financial thermostat.
If you’re used to making $100,000 per year, that’s pretty close to what your limit is based on your own financial thermostat. Yeah you can maybe push it up 5% or maybe 10% per year, but not much more than that. Unless…
You Increase Your Financial Thermostat
So if you’re at the $100,000 per year mark and you want to double it in the next year, you must reset the limit. How do you do that? Well we talked a bit about it in my post on leadership. One of the most important things you can do is to spend 15 minutes right away in the morning and right before you go to sleep visualizing your goal.
And I mean give that vision some feeling, depth, feeling, color, smell.
Do this twice daily, and you will be imprinting a new image on your sub conscience mind and you will be happily surprised that in short order your vision has been attracted to you seemingly by magic.
Give it a go for 30 days and see what happens for you.
One other thing that can increase your financial thermostat is hanging around and masterminding with people who are making the type of income you think you’d like. They will have a tendency to expand your mind, and give you ideas that can help to increase your setting.
Until next time…
David A. Hanson