Reasons not to stay broke
Why would you stay broke if you can get a head financial? I understand that getting ahead with your finances is hard so I would like to offer a few words of advice.
In a previous article, I shared with you three *surefire* ways to Being broke. Just in case they were not enough to do the trick for you, here are three more surefire ways to stay broke:
Surefire Way #1 - Never imagine yourself as being anything other than broke.
Whenever you think about yourself and your financial situation, always imagine yourself as being broke. Never, not even for a single moment, imagine your financial situation as being any other way.
Why not, you ask?
Should you slip and begin imagining yourself as having money, even for a moment, you stand the very real risk of setting off the unseen forces of the Universe to begin moving money in your direction and you would not want that, would you?
Of course not!
By the way...
Just so you know...
The things you could do, is continuing to imagine yourself as being broke is by far the most powerful.
Surefire Way #2 - Never talk about having money.
Regardless of whether you are mentally talking to yourself or talking out loud to someone else, always talk about being broke. Never, whatever you do, talk about having money. This very simple action, repeated consistently, will, over time, program your subconscious mind for staying broke and thus, you will gain your subconscious mind's automated assistance in your quest to stay broke.
At a loss for words?
Let me help you out here.
Here are just a few of the many things you can say to yourself or others that will practically guarantee you will stay broke:
Every single time I start getting ahead, something always happens to set me back again.
I cannot afford it.
I do not know where the money is going to come from to pay this.
I just cannot seem to get ahead financially.
I never have any money.
I am always a day late and a dollar short.
Tip! If all else fails and you can not come up with anything else to say, taking about recessions and hard economic times are another proven way to mentally condition yourself to being broke.
Surefire Way #3 - Never do anything that could even possibly change your financial situation.
In his book "The Personal Power Course", Wallace D. Wattles, best known for his classic masterpiece "The Science of Getting Rich", wrote:
"Do not sit down and try to ATTRACT the thing you want to you; but begin to move toward the thing you want, and you will find it coming to meet you. Action and reaction are
equal; and the person who steadily and purposefully moves forward with one thing in view becomes a center toward which the thing he seeks is drawn with irresistible power..."
Wallace D. Wattles intended these words for those who wanted to create wealth in their lives, not those who wanted to stay broke.
Since you want to stay broke...
Your strategy is simple...
Do just the opposite!
Sit around trying to *attract* money into your life is the key word here is *do not*, whatever you do, do the least little thing that could even possibly begin to move you toward having more money; otherwise, you may well find more money coming to meet you.
"Action and reaction are equal; and the person who steadily and purposefully moves forward with one thing in view becomes a center toward which the thing he seeks is drawn
with irresistible power..."
If you want to stay broke...
The last thing on Earth you want to do...
Is steadily and purposefully move forward with more money in mind and thus become a center toward which money is drawn with irresistible power.
No doubt about it!
About the Author
Tony Mase is a serious student of the works of Wallace D. Wattles and the publisher of the "The Personal Power Course: Ten Lessons in Constructive Science, Teaching You How to Use Your Own Subconscious Energies for Health, Prosperity and Personal Achievement" e-book by Wallace D. Wattles...
"The Personal Power Course" by Wallace D. Wattles Ten lessons in constructive science, teaching you how to use your own subconscious energies for health, prosperity and personal achievement.