By better understanding what those dhikrs mean, you can interact with them more:
1- When you say Allahu Akbar, you are basically saying Allah is greater than anything around me. He is greater than money, because he can help me much more than money can. He is greater than power, politics, people, and so on. Why should I distract myself with these petty issues when I have Allah as the infinite source of goodness?
2- When you say Alhamdulillah, you are thanking Allah. You are saying: O Allah you gave me my blessings, and I will thank you by using them properly, not misusing them.
When you think about the meaning of these praises, you will find that Noor Insha’Allah.
I also recommend you see lecture to better benefit from salat in general: