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Leaving Your Poverty Mindset Behind

September 15, 2013

Have you ever experienced poverty that has made you feel unworthy of abundance and success in your life? Have you ever had the persistent fear that you may not have enough money, food, time, or whatever else you think you may need?  Poverty is generational, and there is much more to poverty than just being broke. Poverty is a culture and mindset. People who live in poverty are conditioned differently than those who have access to enough money and the ability to meet their basic needs.

The best way to banish your poverty mindset permanently is to continue to be aware of everything you have. Notice the language you use about money and abundance. Is there “never enough” or “always more than enough”? If you continue to say there is not enough, then that is what you will experience. If you can see that your basic needs are met and that you have more than enough, if you are willing to reach out to others and share what it is you do have, if you are willing to look on the bright side, you will experience increased abundance in all ways.

It is time to let go of your poverty mindset. Remind yourself frequently, “I’m not into poverty anymore!” Remind yourself right now that you have everything you need to succeed inside of you and that all your needs are met because they are and remember…….Optimists Rock!  If you like this, check out my book- The Optimist’s Edge; Moving Beyond Negativity to Create Your Amazing Life or join my membership program and begin building your amazing life today!

Copyright 2013  Robin B. O’Grady

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