Have you heard that some feel there are 2 styles of different approaches to life:
You can come from Abundance or Scarcity.
Those who think from a place of abundance believe that there are more jobs to be found, more partners to meet, more homes to provide shelter, more money to made, had, invested and earned, more happy people, more opportunities out there to seize, and even more time! They believe that the more you give, the more you get. They’re happy to share their knowledge, contacts and compassion. They are thankful and confident people.
Those who think from a place of scarcity believe there are no more jobs to be had, they’re out of opportunities, there’s no more good partners to be found, and financially things will never get any better. They avoid risk, view others as being competitors, and the more you give, the more it costs. They are often suspicious and find it hard to build rapport. They may be pessimistic about the future and fearful.
Our internal dialogue and who we see ourself to be influences every part of our life. Our ideas around whether we will find a job, have children, discover a new partner, find a solution to our problem or sort out our financial worries is all influenced by how we feel.
Which camp is your thinking in? Are you coming from a place of Abundance or Scarcity?
Look around at people you know and work or hang out with. It’s usually pretty obvious to pick out who’s operating from a place of lack or abundance.
Play a game for a week: review some of the thoughts you’ve had or the decisions you’ve made, see where the thinking was based.
Start training your mind to see abundance in everything, not only financially (although that’s once place to start!)