5 Things to Keep in Your Wallet to Attract Money
How can you attract more money? Here are some things that have been proven to increase your chances of attracting more money.
1. Clean out your wallet and put only five items in it.
2. Put a $5 bill in the middle of the wallet and keep it there throughout the day.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 each day for a month, then see if your luck has changed.
4. If you’re still not seeing any success with these methods, try this instead: hold up a $10 bill or two and ask people to share their thoughts on what they think will happen if you give them one or both bills (they should respond by smiling and laughing).
5 Things you should always keep in your wallet
to attract money
1. Your bank cards
2. A $5 bill
3. A pen and paper
4. Your business cards
5. Your change
How these things help you attract money
The first thing to do is to keep the wallet clean, which will attract more money. The second step is to put a $5 bill in the middle of the wallet and keep it there throughout the day. In this case, with more money coming into your wallet, your chances of attracting more money increases. The third step is repeating steps 1 and 2 each day for a month then see if your luck has changed. If you still aren’t seeing success, try this instead: hold up two $10 bills or more and ask people what they think will happen if you give them one or both bills (they should respond by smiling and laughing). Again, with more money in your wallet, your chances of attracting more money increases.
You can never have too much money on you. In fact, it could actually be a detriment to your financial health. A wallet should always be filled with these five items that will help you attract more money and save you from the potential catastrophe of a wallet with less than the necessary items.
Always carry a wallet with a debit card, credit card, $20 and a few bills. These are the essentials you need to attract and save money.
-Cash: This can come in handy for an emergency or when you don’t want to use plastic. It’s also a good idea to carry at least $20 cash in case your debit card is declined.
-Debit/Credit cards: These two cards are the most common cards in circulation so it’s good to have one on hand at all times.
-$20 bill: You should always have some cash on hand but what if your wallet is empty? You can still use your $20 bill as a form of plastic at ATMs or convenience stores.
-Put your phone number (or other emergency contact info) in your wallet. This is good to do if you don’t want to lose your wallet altogether but you