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Five Golden Keys to Attracting More Money By Charles Glassman Coach MD!

March 2, 2015 in Features


Dr Charles Glassman - Coach MD

Dr Charles Glassman – Coach MD

Five Golden Keys to Attracting More Money By Charles Glassman Coach MD!


Practice Gratitude and Transform the Way You Think About Money Now!

Dr. Glassman is known the world over as CoachMD. With over 25-years in practice as a medical doctor in the US, he has come to realize that what gets us sick or keeps us well is one and the same – our ability to manage the challenges of everyday life and to achieve a successful balance in mind, body, and spirit.

Charles’s influence stretches way beyond his own vibrant, busy practice to embrace a global following. As medicine embraces the mind body connection – Charles will be talking about his inspirational ideas for optimal health, wellbeing and stress management. He will be writing a series of columns that promise to be candid, fun and inspirational – helping you to achieve your best year yet in 2015.

 Five Golden Keys to Attracting More Money Now!

Money gets a bad rap from those who consider themselves “good people” or “spiritual” people or downright religious. Yet, secretly most people realize its importance and don’t feel so good when lacking in it. In fact, lack of money is tied to extreme stress and tends not to be good for our health.

Well, I’m going to let you in on a little secret. If you simply change your perspective on money—thinking about it a little differently—you will begin attracting the amount of money that is exactly right for you.

The following five characteristics of money should help you do just that.

  1. Money is the currency here on Earth

That’s right. Kick and scream all you will. The fact is, money is what buys us necessity—food, clothing, and shelter. Therefore it is often the foundation upon which we need to plant our feet. Unless you are grounded—able to provide the basic necessities for you and your family, it will be hard for you to reach your dreams, whether those dreams include helping others or being truly at peace with yourself.

  1. Money is gratitude

What?! That’s right. View money as a symbolic gesture of gratitude and you will blow away all your personal barriers of attracting it. When we deliver our gifts to the world, the way people say “thank you” is by gladly giving us money. And the more people we have thanking us for our goods and services, the more financial profit we will reap. Most successful products and industries are successful because masses of people buy into what they are selling. True, many of those things are not good for us, yet they have many people thanking them for appealing to and provided our most base needs and wants. But that proves my point. Still, what we need more of is people applying my money-view and delivering goods and services that elevate the spirit of the masses. Up for the task?

  1. Money is NOT the root of all evil

If you have been fighting and fleeing money throughout your life chances are it is because you view it as something dangerous, bad, or, essentially, evil.  It is true that people can get money by playing into our most perverse needs and wants and take advantage of those. And people can cheat and steal their way to financial abundance. But money, itself, is not what does that. It is a person following their primitive nature—their automatic brain. That person sees money as a way to one-up you and others by sitting on top of a heap of greenbacks, which essentially provides them the ultimate protection and security.  But when we act in alignment with our divine nature—our fearless, spiritually grounded nature—then evil is not part of the sentence. The root of all evil, in fact, lies within our primitive nature, controlled by our automatic brain. And evil is often the result of our taking action in accordance with its direction. When we are guided to take divinely inspired action, the masses of people thanking us, by giving us money, is hardly evil.

  1. Money is not gained by visualization

I am one of the biggest proponents of meditation and guided visualization. The problem, though, is that most people fall into the trap of visualizing what money can buy. You may have been told to create a vision board and on it, told to place a picture of your dream job, or your dream car, or whatever. But money is a symbol of gratitude and not a commodity…not a thing. When viewed as gratitude the amount of money we receive will be exactly the amount that is right for us and in synch with the value we bring to people. That in turn will deliver the car that is right for you or the house that is right for you or maybe the boat that is right for you. But receive money to buy these things, you must first visualize yourself in the act of delivering your gift to the most people in the most genuine, valuable way.

  1. Money doesn’t cause happiness

The temptation is to look at those with money and think they have it made, knowing little about their life story; their challenges. You may think, “I’ll take their challenges, just give me their kind of money!” Be careful what you wish for. What causes happiness is not the money itself, but the process of making money. When your intentions are pure, so too will be your success. When you make the right choices, for the right reasons, the right things will happen. If you are truly applying your gifts and sharing those gifts with good intent for the right reasons, then happiness will result and money will follow.


Simply tweaking your view of money will help thrust you into targeted action as you apply your gifts, talents, and strengths to help as many people as you can. And in return, expect a big dose of gratitude in the form of money.


More About Charles Glassman, Coach MD

Dr. Glassman has appeared on ABC news, Bloomberg Radio, National Public Radio, Sirius/XM, Hay House Radio with Wayne Dyer, The Wall Street Journal Radio, and numerous other affiliates in the US and around the world speaking on his unique views on obtaining optimal health and peace of mind.

He has won numerous awards and recognition from his peers and patients. Among them are the respected Top Doctors award in the NY Metro region, U.S. World and News Report Top Doctor list, Consumer Research Council of America Top Doctor, Compassionate Doctor Award, and Patient Choice Award.

Dr. Glassman is the author of the critically acclaimed book, Brain Drain. It has won multiple awards; among them the IPPY Award for best book in the Self-Help category, the Eric Hoffer Award for best book in the Health category, and the Los Angeles Book Festival Award for best book in the Spirituality category. In addition, it is a Amazon Bestseller in the Spirituality and Self-Help categories.

Dr. Glassman as Coach MD is known in more than 70 countries delivering his brand of physical, emotional, and spiritual guidance. His Facebook following is now well over 140,000 and monthly website visits rapidly approaching 100,000. Dr. Glassman is excited to begin increasing his Twitter presence and communicating directly with his audience.

His most recent projects include a recently completed 350-page manuscript which he will have published later in 2015. He actively continues to blog and produce inspirational videos and meditations.

Charles F. Glassman, MD, FACP
The NY Center for Longevity & Wellness
Coach MD, LLC
7C Medical Park Drive
Pomona, NY 10970
(845) 362-1110
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Join me on Twitter @CharlesGlassman




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