“Never Take Money From Strangers”
“Never Take Money From Strangers”
Did your parents ever warn you to never talk to or take money from strangers? Here’s my story of this double-edged warning;
When I was six we lived in a small village and one morning I was walking alone through a small wood to get to school because my brother was sick. On the way I was approached by a nice man who chatted away to me and walked me to school. He was there again when I came out of school and offered me sweets to go for a walk with him. Yep – I went, who wouldn’t, I was six and loved sweets!
Anyway, off we went into the woods and as he was getting down to ‘some nasty business’ a large pig came hurtling through the woods towards us, followed in hot pursuit by the local farmer who owned her. At this the ‘nice man’ who gave me sweeties pulled up his pants and went running off. Which I thought was strange because I was totally unaware of what his intentions were. Lucky for me eh!
The farmer saw me lying on the ground and forgetting about his prized sow came running over to me. He picked me up and beside himself with anger asked what the ‘bad man’ had done to me, took me home and told my parents what he had witnessed. Then all hell broke loose. I remember several police arriving along with a doctor who examined me and found I was still intact and alright. Up to this point I was fine because nothing serious had happened to me and I was getting a lot of attention.
I only started getting really scared when my parents began yelling at me, “Annie you must not talk or go anywhere with strangers” and ‘Most of all never, ever, take or accept money or sweets from anybody unless you know them” and Mum added bitterly, “Men only want girls for sex and might hurt you to get it”. And I believed every word they said.
Of course I did, because everything we’re told when we are children is filed away in our subconscious memory bank as the absolute truth! Think about it. If I believed I should never, ever take or accept money from strangers, then how would this erstwhile wise advice play out for me in my life?
I wondered for years why I didn’t become as successful as I should have, given that I worked hard and had reasonably successful I knew there were some negative beliefs about money that I still hadn’t eliminated and that were holding me back, but it took the retelling the story of ‘The pig that saved my bacon’ to a client that got me looking for the beliefs attached to this incident!
In this new world where millions of businesses rely on the internet to make sales, having beliefs like ‘I can’t accept or take money from strangers’ is a huge unconscious emotional block to becoming rich because virtually everybody you deal with is a stranger.
So if your parents told you a similar thing to protect you from being hurt, or worse, once you’re grown up you must remove those beliefs or you’ll never attract the money you desire and perhaps like me, always find it hard to trust men!
In ‘Wealth-Beyond Belief’ I explain how we get our negative beliefs and then show you how to use the simple step-by-step ‘Emmote’ process’ which is amazingly easy to follow and even easier to do. If you use the principles you learn in this book, it will transform your way you think about not only money, but many other things in your life. Don’t just read the book, study and work on it as if your life depended on it!
Then use the ‘Emmote’ process to eliminate the list of commonly held negative beliefs about money I have included in the back section.
Once you have eliminated your negative beliefs about money and start applying some of the principles you’ve learned in other books or seminars, you’ll be astounded how quickly it will work for you and that it works permanently! No more failure, no more giving up, attracting and keeping money will become child’s play.
For just $29.50 ‘Wealth-Beyond Belief’ will be the best investment you’ll ever make. I personally 100% GUARANTEE IT! or I will give you your money back!
©Annie Moyes –January 2013- All rights reserved
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