Living in abundance feels like everything exists in surplus.
Real estate opportunities are endless and eagerly await your discovery.
It’s believing in limitless opportunities and believing it is possible to create an abundant life filled with wealth, financial freedom, and economic independence.
The opposite of an abundance mentality is one of scarcity.
When you feel limited by a scarcity mindset, you worry about the unknown and think that there aren’t many opportunities in the world.
Those with a scarcity mindset feel they live with a limited capacity and believe in zero-sum thinking.
A scarcity mindset will hinder your self-belief, focus, and halt efforts towards reaching your objectives.
When living in scarcity, the feeling of fear becomes the dominant feeling felt every day.
Your self-talk and actions act in alignment with this emotion and hold you back.
The safest options remain most appealing to you such as the 9-5 grind.
Your predictable salary breeds a sense of safety and security while keeping you trapped in the rate race for 5,10, or even 20 years!
Refuse to make the mistake of thinking the resources necessary for creating a rich future are limited.
A scarcity mindset arises when you feel like you don’t have many options.
In relationships, for example, this can be interpreted as being desperate.
With a scarcity mentality, people are afraid to invest in themselves or in coaching, seminars, and opportunities that may provide an additional stream of income.
They tend to close themselves off and are not as receptive to opportunities as they describe them as a “scam” or not being “worth the money.”
Here are examples of the narratives someone with a scarcity mindset has:
- “There’s too much competition and I’m too late to the game.”
- “I’m not comfortable making any big moves right now.”
- “I’m afraid now just isn’t the right time.”
These are some of the things said by those with an abundance mindset:
- “I’m not sure how this is going to go, but I’ve done my due diligence and this investment makes a lot of sense.”
- “There are tons of opportunities in real estate, I just need to look a bit longer to find them.”
- “I’m grateful for this opportunity as I feel it’s worth my time, energy, and effort.”
Which sounds most like you?
Do you see opportunities and get excited to take advantage of them?
Do you give credit to those who succeed in life or choose to view them as a threat?
Living in abundance is the key to making money because you feel money flows to you and you’re constantly in an emotional state to receive it!