One of the key reasons that many don’t thrive or become abundant is simply because they don’t feel worthy of success or abundance.

Wealth finds a home where it feels appreciated, which starts from a place of feeling that we are deserving of the finance or said abundance.

As some of you know I help train at a 3 day event called Millionaire Mind Intensive. In it, we share a story of a gentleman who would make considerable money and then squander it over and over. When digging deeper, he discovered that he felt outright guilty for being more successful than his parents and because of that he squandered it to kind of, eliminate the guilt.

He genuinely thought that they didn’t want him to become wealthy because of what it highlighted in their lives. He went on to turn that whole thing around by getting his parents excited about his wealth by buying them a holiday home and, hey presto, they became his biggest fans and wanted even more success for him….funny that 🙂

Anyway, that’s just an example of someone self-sabotaging their success. Usually, it has some link to simply feeling like we haven’t “earned it” or don’t “deserve it”. The feeling of being undeserving of wealth often stems from dragging past into the present. Poor past decisions, actions, mistakes or past failures lurk in that dark like a devil on our shoulder constantly reminding us that “we are those things”.

Couple things to close off with;
1. Awareness is the first part of change
2. We have ALL messed up
3. The “rich” once messed up also, they just have very short memories and forgive themselves quicker than us mortals
4. You are not your past. Don’t use your past as a baton that you constantly beat yourself with.

Now breath, forgive yourself and quite literally say out loud…

I AM DESERVING OF ALL THE ABUNDANCE THE WORLD HAS TO OFFER AND CHOOSES TO SEND MY WAY, AND I AM OPEN TO RECEIVING ALL OF IT .
THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!

Repeat every morning and night for the next 10 days 🙂 Love and light,
Ryan

Ps: For more on the subject I would recommend reading a book by Maxwell Maltz called