All of us have a personal money blueprint in our subconscious minds that determines our financial lives.

Have you ever wondered why some people seem to get rich easily, while others are destined to be poor? Is the difference found in their education, intelligence, work habits, or their choice of jobs?

The answer is none of the above!

You’ve read books, listened to tapes or CDs, purchased courses and learned about numerous money systems, either in real estate, stocks or business. But what happened? For most people, not much! They get a short blast of energy, and then it’s back to their life of doing nothing.

But there’s an answer. It’s simple, and you’re not going to change it. It all comes down to this: If your subconscious “financial blueprint” is not set for success, nothing you learn, nothing you know and nothing you do will make much of a difference.

Each of us has a money blueprint already ingrained in our subconscious mind that determines our financial life. This begins as a young child up until age seven. What that means is you can know everything about business, marketing, communications, negotiation or real estate, for example, but if your subconscious money blueprint isn’t preset to a high level of success, you may never be successful.

What people have to realize is that we are all taught and conditioned on how to deal with money. Unfortunately, many of us were taught by people who didn’t have a lot of money, so their way of thinking about money became our natural and automatic way to think.

Your mind is nothing more than a big storage cabinet. In this mental file cabinet, you file and store information. Where does this information come from? It comes from your past programming. How you were brought up by your family. Your past programming determines every thought that forms in your mind.

So the questions become, How are we conditioned? We are conditioned in three primary ways in every arena of life, including money.

The first influence is verbal programming: What did you hear when you were young? What did your family tell you about money?

The second influence is modeling: What did you see when you were young?. Did you see your family arguing about money in a negative way?

The third influence is specific incidents: What did you experience about money, success and rich people when you were young?

Did you ever hear phrases like, “Money is the root of all evil.” “Save your money for a rainy day.” “Rich people are greedy.” “Rich people are criminals.” “filthy riches.” “What am I made of…money?”

Every statement you heard about money when you were young remains lodged in your subconscious mind as part of the blueprint that is running your life. We’re not even aware of it.

You don’t even see it. That’s because your subconscious conditioning determines your thinking. You’re thinking determines your decisions, and your decisions determine your actions, which eventually determine your outcomes.

The second way we are conditioned is called modeling. There is a saying, “Monkey see, monkey do.” And, of course, we are not far behind. Generally, we tend to be exactly like one or a combination of both of our parents in the area of money.

So the question is, what were your parents like around money when you were growing up? Did they manage money well or did they mismanage it? Were they spenders or were they savers? Were they shrewd investors or were they non-investors? Whatever your answers, you will be very similar to that.

Although most of us would hate to admit it, there’s more than a grain of truth in the old saying, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”

On the other side of the coin, some of us are exactly the opposite of our parents when it comes to money. Many people who come from poor families become angry and rebellious about it.

Often they either go out and get rich or at least have the motivation to do so. But there’s one problem. Whether such people get rich or work very hard trying to become successful, they usually aren’t happy.

Why? Money does not buy happiness

The primary way we are conditioned is by specific incidents. What did you experience when you were young about money, wealth and rich people? These experiences are extremely important because it turns us into the person we are today.

A woman who was an attorney attended a Millionaire Mastermind Seminar. “Jennifer” made a lot of money, but somehow she spent it all. When we dug a little deeper, she revealed she remembers when she was 11 being at a restaurant with her parents. Her mom and dad were having another argument about money.

Her dad was standing up, screaming and slamming his fist on the table. She remembers him turning red, falling to the floor from a heart attack. One of the customers performed CPR on him but he died there on the floor in front of her.

Since that day, Jennifer’s mind linked money with pain. It’s no wonder, that as an adult, she subconsciously got rid of all of her money in an effort to get rid of her pain.

Now it’s time to answer the million-dollar question: What is your current money and success blueprint, and what results is it subconsciously moving you toward? Are you set for success or financial failure? Are you programmed for struggle or for ease around money? Are you set for working hard for your money or working in balance?

As I stated earlier, your money blueprint will determine your financial life. If you’re a man whose money blueprint is set for low, chances are you’ll attract a woman who is also set for low so you can stay in your financial comfort zone and validate your blueprint. If you’re a woman who is set for low, chances are you’ll attract a man who is a spender and gets rid of all your money, so you can stay in your financial comfort zone and validate your blueprint.

So again, how can you tell what your money blueprint is set for? One of the most obvious ways is to look at your results. Look at your bank account. Look at your income. Look at your net worth. Look at your success with investments.

All this can change though. If you are bad with money, you can change where you are by changing your sub-conscious. Keep telling yourself that you are successful every day, of every morning and night. Until finally your sub-conscious will catch on and tell your conscious mind that you are successful and you will be.

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