KC: Even though I’m afraid that if I got money I’d turn into a snob and not care about anyone but myself. I’m open to letting this idea go because I’m a caring person deep down.
KC: Even though my experience of people who have money is that they lord it over me I’m open to the possibility that I don’t have be like them.
KC: Even though I’m afraid that other people will judge me as a “snob” if I have money---I’m open to seeing THAT as their issue and that I can be a person of integrity.
EB: People with money are snobs
SE: They lord it over everyone
UE: They don’t care about the poor
UN: They are selfish with their money
CH: They look down on the people who don’t have money
CB: They aren’t honorable people
UA: They deserve to be judged
TH: Do they
EB: Bill Gates spends billions on charities
SE: Oprah spends millions of helping the poor
UE: Not all rich people are snobs and uncaring
UN: There are a lot of snobs
CH: I don’t have to be one of them
CB: The more money I make the more I can give to charities of my choice
UA: The more money I make the more people I can employ
TH: The more money I make the more good I can do in the world
EB: That’s a new way of seeing things
SE: I can still be a person of integrity
UE: I can do good with money
UN: The more money I have the more I can help people
CH: The more people I can employ
CB: Employing people who need the help and who are in integrity
UA: I love the idea of making money
TH: I love the idea of making tons of money
Breathe in through the nose and out through the mouth- ahhhh
CB: The more I make the more I can help and be of service---now that’s a good thing.
As you go through the day just tap on “The more money I make the more I can be of service.”