Welcome & Scope of the Course

Embark on a Life-Changing Journey

The PROSPER Plan is not merely a course, it’s a transformational journey geared towards quickly shifting your financial blueprint and rewriting your wealth narrative. By addressing misconceptions, challenging limiting beliefs, and nurturing an abundance mindset, we can unlock doors to financial prosperity and a new found enjoyment of what we truly value and can benefit from.

The PROSPER Plan – Remodelling Your Money Blue Print

  • P: Perception – Understand your current perception of money and how it shapes your financial reality.

  • R: Re-evaluation – Re-evaluate your money beliefs and identify which ones limit your financial growth.

  • O: Overcoming Obstacles – Identify and overcome the obstacles preventing you from adopting a prosperous mindset.

  • S: Script Rewriting – Rewrite your money script to one of wealth and abundance.

  • P: Progression – Make steady progress in adopting new beliefs and habits.

  • E: Embracing Prosperity – Embrace prosperity by opening yourself to opportunities and taking action.

  • R: Repetition – Keep repeating these steps until they become part of your life.

Untangling the Paradox of Wealth

Now, why is this course so essential? The answer dwells in a paradox many of us unknowingly live with. Society teaches us to pursue wealth, but simultaneously we’ve been conditioned with misconceptions about money that restrict our potential to achieve it. These distortions permeate our consciousness through various channels – societal norms, well-meaning parents, friends, our past experiences, and even our own self-created beliefs about finances.

Money: Villain or Hero?

In the midst of these mixed messages, we often end up in a conflicted state. Money is portrayed as a necessity, yet it’s frequently characterised as a villain, an alleged root of all evils. This dissonance can foster guilt or unease around wealth, making us repel it subconsciously, even when we consciously strive to attain it. This course is designed to disentangle these conflicting narratives and realign our perspectives for a healthier, more productive view on wealth and abundance.

The True Essence of Money

In its essence, money is a medium of exchange – a tool to facilitate the exchange of value. It’s not inherently good or evil. Rather, the impact it has is determined by our usage. Recognising this fundamental truth is the first step towards developing a more positive relationship with wealth.

Unleashing Your Financial Potential

This course will navigate you through your financial blueprint, the deep-seated patterns and beliefs shaping your financial behaviours. We will delve into the roots of these patterns, comprehend their origins, and learn how to replace limiting beliefs with empowering ones. The ultimate goal? To liberate you from self-imposed financial constraints and launch you towards a prosperous life of abundance.

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What's Your Money Blue Print?

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Money is not the measure of a person's success

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I am thankful for the money I have and the money I am making

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I am worthy of success, both financially and spiritually

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I am confident in my ability to use money wisely

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I am open to new ways of earning money

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I am in control of my financial situation and can make good things happen

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I choose to focus on the abundance of money that is available to me

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I am capable of manifesting wealth and abundance

A Tale of Financial Frustration: The Case of Tom

Tom was an average middle-aged man with a regular 9 to 5 job in a decent company. Like many, he desired to create a life of comfort and abundance for his family. He earned enough to cover the basic necessities, yet he often found himself living from paycheck to paycheck, with no savings or assets to fall back on.

The Origins of Tom’s Money Misconceptions

To understand Tom’s struggle with his finances, we need to travel back in time to his childhood. Tom grew up in a working-class family where money was often a point of concern. His parents worked hard, but they often found themselves in financial tight spots, leading to frequent discussions about budgeting and debt.

Tom was taught that “money doesn’t grow on trees,” and he was made aware of the sacrifices his parents made to provide for the family. As a result, Tom internalised the belief that money was hard to come by, and that one must work tirelessly and make sacrifices to earn it.

Tom’s Limiting Beliefs

Fast forward to Tom’s adulthood, and these early experiences still dictated his financial behaviours. Despite his regular income, he struggled with his finances because of the limiting beliefs he held. He believed he had to work hard and constantly to earn money, leading to long hours at the job, leaving little time for family, friends or hobbies. The fear of lack made him frugal to the point of self-deprivation.

Moreover, Tom’s distorted financial blueprint also influenced his perspective towards wealth and people who possessed it. He held a subconscious belief that rich people must have achieved their wealth through luck or dishonesty, further enforcing his negative association with money.

Daily Change Summary

Tom’s story is a classic example of a distorted financial blueprint. His childhood experiences and learned beliefs about money set the stage for his financial struggles in adulthood. While Tom’s situation may seem bleak, it is far from uncommon. However, the first step towards change is understanding and acknowledging these limiting beliefs.

Action Points

  • Reflect on your own childhood experiences related to money. How might these experiences have influenced your current financial situation?
  • Identify any limiting beliefs you may hold about money, wealth, and rich people. Are these beliefs serving your financial goals?
  • Think about what a healthy relationship with money would look like for you. Use this as motivation to shift your current beliefs and behaviours.

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