My Favorite Money Mantras

If you had unlimited time, money, and resources, what would you do?


Think blank canvas of life with no expectations or obligations attached.


Aka you can splat paint all you want as long as you want with NO LIMIT.


What would you splat first on your blank canvas?


And what's keeping you from splatting that on your canvas of life right now?


More often than not, it's MONEY. 


So I want to share my favorite money mantras with you today:



1. I will always have more than enough. 

Three years ago I was bordering on broke and traveling in Southern Europe. Me and my girl Allison were on a pretty extreme budget so every day we ate boxed pasta with onion tomato sauce (LOL YUM).

One night we even had to sleep on a public beach in Cadiz, Spain and woke up to a bunch of Andalusian men debating (loudly) about their favorite soccer teams.

But even in our "worst case scenarios", it never turned out to be that bad. My travels have been a reminder that we are all incredibly adaptable. I trust that even if I have nothing, I will always have enough. 



2. When I make money, it benefits the world around me.

I used to think, like many people do, that money was the root of all evil. But money isn't inherently evil, it's a tool that allows us to expand on qualities we already have.

So if you're selfless, generous, and happy, money will help you expand on that. If you're selfish, stingy, and unhappy, money will expand that too.

I think you're awesome, so if you have more money, you'll just become even more awesome. 



3. Money comes easily to me.

I started my business with this mantra in mind. I simply refuse to get on the die-hard 24/7 entrepreneurial train.

A) Because it doesn't actually produce better results and B) Working and grinding too hard can block your ability to receive (aka make more money).

Which is why, when I feel like I'm forcing myself to do something and it doesn't feel good in my body, I abstain and find another way.


Now say these mantras out loud with me...


I will always have more than enough.


When I make money it benefits the world around me.


Money comes easily to me. 


What shift do you feel? Reply down below, I'd love to know :)

Kimberly Lucht is the founder and CEO of Rehumanize Me. She is an expert at making dreams a reality, uncovering the common ground of humanity, and helping people realize their full potential.