99% of people are living in a delusion. They think that they don’t deserve to be rich. Let’s say, what you would do if I gave you 10 million dollars. I guarantee that 2 to 8 million will be spent in less than a minute.
This is because most of you are feeling guilty about making lots of money. Your personal value goals are to serve people and then make the most for yourself. Look back and think of how much of this service have you been able to achieve? How many people’s lives did you touch in the past? Typically, not many or just none. Because in your dilemma, you have lost sight of both your values and your goals.
Set goals that are aligned with your highest values and your biggest need – if it’s money, then so be it. Otherwise, you won’t achieve them and you tend to give up on them. And then you think that there is something wrong with you. Resolve. Clear out all your shame and guilt, first. Then sit down and decide what you’re going to do. This is the critical part. Because, again, unless you don’t serve people, you cannot be wealthy. Your values should be focused on serving people and have a better estimate on wealth. Train your values on saving, and investing your money, rather than spending it. Remember money circulates in the economy where they value it the most.