As you know this week was about money and abundance, so most of the exercises focused on that topic.
I thought for this week’s exercises, I’d just show you one EXACTLY the way I completed it (instead of a summary). It was eye-opening (aren’t they all) and I hope you won’t judge me too harshly by my answers. Just being honest here, folks.
Money Madness, An Exercise
Complete the following phrases.
1. People with money are lucky.
2. Money makes people free.
3. I’d have more money if I wrote a successful novel.
4. My dad thought money was something you worked hard for.
5. My mom always thought money would solve our problems.
6. In my family, money caused stress.
7. Money equals power.
8. If I had money, I’d travel around the world.
9. If I could afford it, I’d buy a house.
10. If I had some money, I’d pay off my student loans.
11. I’m afraid that if I had money I would lose it.
12. Money is awesome!
13. Money causes worry.
14. Having money is not the most important thing in life.
15. In order to have more money, I’d need to find another source of income.
16. When I have money, I usually save some and spend some.
17. I think money is a gift.
18. If I weren’t so cheap I’d book a First Class flight to England.
19. People think money is the way to happiness.
20. Being broke tells me that I need to work harder.
Reviewing my answers, I feel I'm a little schizo when it comes to money.
How would you complete these statements?
Oh, and before you go, I wanted to mention another exercise I did that might include YOU (if I know where you live)!
Exercise 5: Send postcards to five friends! You might have been one of them, so keep an eye out in the mail!
UP NEXT: Artist’s Date! (Simple, but rewarding—and something you can do, too, from where you are RIGHT NOW!)