Do you have an abundant mindset?
Many of you are working diligently to build a business so you can become financially independent. What does that mean? It means being successful enough to replace your J O B with income you create from your marketing business. Some of you are working full time. Some of you are working part time. Leaving your J O B equals freedom, freedom from being controlled by a boss or corporation, freedom to work your chosen hours, and freedom to design your environment into a positive reflection of you! I can go on and on! Freedom is what it’s all about.
What happens when you are not there yet (whatever “there” is)? What if you feel you have to work at a J O B to feed yourself, or your family? What about bills? Mortgage? Rent? An abundant mindset doesn’t worry about these things. What do you do when you MUST keep an abundant mindset in a “financially worryfull” and/or negative environment?
That is the struggle have recently encountered. I made a life transition leaving a financially comfortable lifestyle to the necessity of having a J O B. I know in my mind, it is a temporary “speed bump” as one of my dear friends described these times. However, because of my decision to make such a drastic change, which was absolutely necessary for the success of my future, I must temporarily plow through some circumstances I did not vision before taking the plunge. Although “Hindsight is 20/20,” I’m not quite at that point, yet looking forward to it.
Switching from a positive environment to a negative environment can create havoc on an abundant mindset!
Here is the scenario. I switched from a negative environment to a positive environment. However the positive environment also poses some challenges which I must overcome to reap the benefit of the transition. At first I allowed fear and worry to creep in and I must admit I was knocked down, for a short time. Let’s revisit my original question, “How do you keep an abundant mindset in a poverty conscious environment?” What is the answer? I have the control to create internally how to deal with the poverty consciousness I witness every day:
poverty (not being broke, but real poverty)
people with challenging health issues
people beaten up by life and downtrodden
I must remind you:
1) This is a temporary situation
2) I have the choice to “get another job”
3) Every day I am moving towards financial independence with my internet marketing business.
Initially I felt confused, negative, and angry. After getting over the initial shock, I realized I can choose to blend into the negativity or I can contribute a positive attitude and make the best of each situation that arises. Once I got to that point, the abundant mindset issue needed to be addressed. I switched from a life of abundance which I attended lavish live events, stayed in 5 star hotels, and met some of the top 8 and 9 figure earners in the industry. So moving from one extreme lifestyle to another was quite a change!
My point? How do you keep an abundant mindset in a poverty conscious environment?
Internally create and envision your truth of life and help others with their struggles and believe in Faith! If I can make someone smile during the day, then I’ve contributed to brightening up their day, then I truly am abundant. Sure I can get “another job” but doesn’t everything in life have challenges?
Here is a story I would like to share of a male visitor who walked into a new town and asked a local man this question:
Visitor: “What is your town like? I’m thinking of moving here.”
Local Man: “What is your current town like?”
Visitor: “Oh it’s negative and people gossip. I don’t like the landscaping. It’s crowded and boring. There’s nothing to do. People complain and whine all the time.”
Local Man: “Well, that’s exactly what this town is like.
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