"Belief" as it relates to the 4 types of people.

3. People who say they "just want to be comfortable and secure" rather than wealthy

This one goes to the core of the matter; a person's "Deserve quotient", I'll discuss that part of it at another time, for now;

On an earthly level it is best addressed simply by having the person clearly, concisely and precisely determining what specific amount of money they would need to have coming in on a monthly basis in order to feel "comfortable and secure".
Most people who make the comment lack a real number, a real dollar amount.

Getting to the actual number eliminates the fear and fluff. It requires that a person know exactly what their spending their money on. 99% of people have no clue where there money is actually going and and grossly underestimate their spending. One exercise I give people is to get a little note pad that fits in a pocket and write down every single item they purchase every day for 30 days. I promise you if you do it you will be shocked.

At the end of each day total it all up. At the end of 30 days put it all in a format (like an excel spreadsheet) and total up the categories, note the patterns of spending the times of day, days of week, etc. This information will give you great insight to your core beliefs about money, what it's used for currently in your life and from there you can re-order your priorities toward a path of continued abundance. Because as a fish lives in water so we live in an abundant world.

Wealth is about creation. You can create many things, businesses and/or states of being. Your imagination is more important than your current level of knowledge. Your WHY is more important than the how.

For those who missed the first part of this series;

Good Morning Team - There are many many personality profile tools like the MMPI
DISC, 4 Colors, 4 Animals and others that seek to divide complex human beings into
neatly boxed categories. There is some value in doing so and some risk as well.

Here's one that we run into often;

1. People who believe the only way to get wealthy is at someone else's expense
2. People who outwardly desire wealth and inwardly feel guilty about acquiring it
3. People who say they "just want to be comfortable and secure" rather than wealthy
4. People who struggle with their desire to give and inability to receive.

All 4 groups have one thing in common: They're holding themSelves back from
experiencing the abundance and joy that surrounds all of us. Everyone at some point in time has issues with money and what it is, what it means and what it can be used for. Learning to address them in a powerful, supportive, productive manner is only one part of success.

Example; We've all heard the stories of the millionaires that make it, lost it all, make it, lose it again and then the 3rd time is the charm. That's the classic journey of learning about money, what it is, what it isn't. Along the way people will often play the blame game...and as long as they do...what they seek will elude them.

All four groups can be summed up with two words...and where the individual is "at" concerning these two words....they each represent a continuum.

Belief + Deserve.

Author's Bio: 

I’m just an average guy who’s learned a few things about Life, Success and Personal Development - thanks to some incredibly good and bad experiences during the past 25+ years. I’ve made many mistakes and have learned to combine down to earth values with a unique ability to distill complex concepts into simple, powerful strategies which can be immediately applied to produce measurable results. In short;

“I’ve traveled the territory, drawn a few maps and I’m happy to share them”

I do not consider myself to be an “expert” and my work is never presented as the definitive doctrine on how you should live your life or what it takes to be successful in your business. I am a work in progress and if you were to you join me on life’s journey by hiring me as your coach or partnering with us in business – our learning will very likely be a two way street. In fact, I expect it to be.

“What you know dies with you – what you DO leaves a legacy”