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A Simple Exercise That Will Shatter Your Beliefs About Money From John Assaraf

About The Video


Money’s not everything — but it sure makes a difference to help you achieve what you need.

The idea of money offers the thing we desire most: freedom. But for most of us, we are bogged down by the idea of money. How do we attain financial freedom? What do we do to escape our financial plateau?

In this 10-minute video, John Assaraf, CEO of NeuroGym and the New York Times best-selling author of Having It All, shares mindblowing insights about our relationship with money .Here are the amazing takeaways from this video:

  • (2:25) — A quick guided exercise that will expose your mental block towards money;
  • (4:00) — How to shatter your financial glass ceiling and retrain your brain to overcome any mental or emotional roadblock in your relationship with money;
  • (9:15) — How to use the latest in brain research and neuropsychology by resetting your financial thermostat and mental governor.

Whatever your brain is conditioned and set to earn,
is based on your past conditioning and your current comfort zone.

— John Assaraf

It’s time to get serious about leveling up your income and your life. You can have the financial and personal freedom you desire for yourself. You can shatter the glass ceiling.But you have to lose your bad habits and master your money thoughts.


Do you feel like money is somehow out of your reach? Are you aware of how your mental governor “governs” your beliefs about money? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

John Assaraf

John Assaraf

John Assaraf is the CEO of NeuroGym, a brain research company. He focuses on brain retraining techniques, and the best way to use our brains effectively. He believes that by reshaping the way our brains think, we can fix broken thought patterns – just like you would retrain a muscle after injury. John is an entrepreneur, bestselling author, speaker and mindset expert who has helped millions to live their best lives through retraining the way their brains process information.

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