One of the most powerful tools for attracting money is to visualize it. Visualize having the exact amount of money you want and visualize all the wonderful things you want to do with that money. While you visualize, you are creating a new reality for yourself.
Tests have been done on athletes asking them to visualize their event while they are sitting in a chair hooked up to many monitors. It has been documented thoroughly that the mind doesn't know the difference between visualizing and feeling or experiencing the event in one's mind and actually performing the event. It is the same with the Law of Attraction. The Law of Attraction doesn't distinguish between your imaging a lot of money and having a lot on money. It's all the same. The Law of Attraction receives your thoughts and images as if you are living it today.
If you are faithful in seeing it in your mind's eye and feeling it, you will hold it. Guaranteed. And when you imagine it and your imagination feels real, know that your desire has penetrated your subconscious mind and it will be delivered to you - by Law.
"But I am a very busy person," you say. "I don't have much time to 'visualize and feel." First of all, how badly to do you want it? Secondly, it has been documented that you only have to spend a focused and passionate 68 seconds for your desire to be set into manifestation.
As a reminder: the Law of Attraction is working every second of your life. If you get discouraged because the Law is not responding in your time frame, know that at all times you are either attracting what you want or you are attracting the absence of what you what. The Law is impartial. It gives you what you ask for.
Exercise: One of my favorites that I use all the time is to create a "Vision Board." I have a small size cork board sitting on my desk with pictures of what I desire: a certain amount of money, a new vehicle, etc. I spend a couple of minutes while at my desk visualizing and giving thanks for the items on my board and feeling it like I already have it.
True Story: Many years ago, I wanted to go on a trip to Hawaii. I had no idea how I would get there, afford it, whatever. I cut out beautiful pictures of the beaches, and fun things to do and the beautiful hotels and taped them to a piece of cardboard and attached it to the wall where I would see it every morning upon rising and every night before going to bed. I visualized each day actually being there, feeling the breezes and basking on the beaches. About a month later my mother called me. She asked if I wanted to go on a trip with her - just the two of us - a mother/daughter trip to Hawaii. You bet! We flew to Hawaii and took a cruise around the islands. She paid for everything as a gift. It was wonderful and I consciously remained in a constant state of gratitude.
May your laughter be like thunder. Let me know how it goes.