Writing Down Money Goals

Are you the type of person who doesn't believe in having a money goal or plan? I used to be that person. However, what I realize now is that there is a difference between having a money plan and writing down a goal.

As I've said before, there is power in the written word. It's something about writing down your goals that solidifies its manifestation. I know that I am a part of God (The Universe, Allah, Jesus, or whatever name you assign The Supreme Power), and that I also have that same power within me to create the life I desire. We all have that power within us. So in essence, you are the creator of your life story.

Writing down money affirmations has worked for me in attracting money easily and effortlessly. Just last month I attracted $1,200 in advertising revenue through my blogs, which made it my top money-maker for October. I attribute this income to:

1. Being open to all possibilities. Many of us set our expectations too low. Then there are people who have "fixed" income and believe that this is all they're going to get each month. This is especially true for people who have a salaried position. However, always remain open to receiving an unexpected windfall of money. The "possibilities are endless" is my motto.

2. Writing down my money goal or having an income plan. You should be specific about your goal.

But don't stop at just writing down your goal for the month. Why not extend that goal to five or even ten years from now?

The other day I wrote down my ten-year income plan. Writing down this goal has opened up my mind and allowed me to go in a direction I've never gone before. I've always thought about where I want my businesses to be, but I never gave much thought to the income aspect of it. All I know is that I want to make tons of money, but I've never written an actual amount down.

How much money would you like to make in ten years? Have you thought about it?

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