I'm excited about playing this game because I've been exactly like you in the past, having no desire to mess with that much money in my life. |
I think doing this exercise at this point in time will get me to think bigger and bigger about helping people and myself. I don't want to rely on charities because otherwise I might as well directly manifest for them rather than having them go through my bank account. I changed my mind about the MacBook Air. I'll get the best model tomorrow for the full $2000. Today I'm buying a travel guitar and a 10 month supply of Ormus.
If you really want to challenge yourself and REALLY THINK BIG - you could always up the ante in this game, like I did by spending one million dollars a day. You think trying to spend a grand a day is difficult, when I tried spending a million dollars every day (and each day you add 1 million - so by day 30, you have to spend 30 million dollars!) it was very difficult and took too much research that I had to give up on it.
I may try it again because it really does expand your mind. The first 5 million is pretty easy to spend buying houses and expensive cars and jewelry. It really is a fun game and especially when I was writing checks out for millions to family members I felt really wealthy.
I also changed my mind about the spreadsheet. I'm sending emails to myself now. It's a running conversation I'm having with myself. I believe this will amplify the power of the exercise. Plus I look at my email all the time, which means I'll remember to do the exercise every day.
That is a great idea because the idea is to keep doing it everyday and not give up.