7 Key Traits of an Abundance Mindset

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In life, our abundance mindset determines which road we travel on. One road is paved in scarcity, and the other road is filled with abundance at every turn. At any moment, we can choose to change which road we want to travel on.

The scarcity pathway leads one to experience a life not fully lived, which can only be described as pedestrian. Overflowing with strong negative reactions like the high tide creates waves in a rock pool, not to mention the countless missed opportunities and experiences.

Those that choose to walk along the path of abundance experience a completely different life. Opting to live life to the full, exuding happiness, generous by nature, creative, and inspirational. Taking full advantage and enjoying the wave of opportunities that come their way, along with memorable experiences.

As the famous quote suggests: “The secret to having it all is believing you already do.”

Here are the 7 main differences between those with a scarcity mindset vs. an abundance mindset.

1. Thinking Big vs Thinking Small

Those with an abundant mindset are renowned for thinking big; it is part of their DNA. Scarcity mindset creates limitations in the mind which prevents the creation of audacious goals.

2. Plenty vs Lack

Those with an abundant mentality believe there is plenty of everything in the world from resources, love, relationships, wealth, and opportunities. They believe they can afford what they want in life and say exactly that: ‘I can afford that…’

Those with a lack mentality prefer to believe that there are limited opportunities, resources, relationships, love, and wealth. They consistently say: ‘I cannot afford that…’. Saying that statement every day reinforces the belief and forms that exact pattern in life as reality.

As Tony Robbins explains: ‘You never get beyond scarcity, you have to start beyond it.

3. Happiness vs Resentment

Someone with an abundant mentality is an optimist and is genuinely happy for others when they achieve success. Conversely, those with a scarcity mindset are competitive and resent other’s success.

4. Embracing Change vs Fear Of Change

A person with an abundant mindset understands that change is an integral part of life. They embrace and accept change. Appreciating the fact that change often leads to more positive outcomes, even if the change is somewhat challenging to navigate.

Fear plagues those with a scarcity mindset. They will constantly complain about change and take a longer period of time to accept change.

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5. Proactive vs Reactive

Due to the positive attitude of those with an abundant mindset, they take a pro-active approach to life.

Rather than waiting for things to happen and then reacting like those with a scarcity mindset, they strategically plan for the future and create strategies for the long term.

6. Learning vs Knowing It All

An abundance mentality craves learning and growth. They have a never-ending thirst for knowledge and developing new skills, whereas a scarcity mindset believes they know everything, thereby severely limiting their learning and growth.

7. What Is Working vs What Is Not Working

A person with a scarcity mindset selects negative thoughts and adopts a victim mentality.

The strong emotions they experience daily create stress in the body, with the range of emotions shifting from anxiety, fear, worry, anger, and resentment. Their negative emotions, thoughts, and beliefs create illnesses in the body leading to general poor health. Their daily focus is on ‘What is not working.’

Those with an abundance mindset are often visionaries and see the limitless possibilities in the world. Their focus in daily life is on ‘What is working.’

The path you have traveled thus far is not set in stone, such as the beauty of life you can change. Deciding to change paths is the first step.

Life is short; live large, believe in the endless possibilities life offers and choose to live an abundant life, creating memorable moments you can cherish forever. An abundance mindset can make a difference between success and failure.

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One thought on “7 Key Traits of an Abundance Mindset

  1. michelle Stillman says:

    I strongly disagree with a lot of the content I just read. Way off. I dont have a huge bank account, in fact I overcame homelessness and am now in a house and employed more than full time. It’s been almost a year now and my “normal” is back to the normal that most people enjoy. (Or take for granted)
    The whole time I was adrift in the dysfunctional madness of street life, drugs and mental illness that is rampant and raging in every alley, I still found happiness in my life, I did volunteer work that benefited friends and the general public. I still experience the same good health i would wish for all mankind and live with no chronic pain. Does that mean that I am a rare exception? I think not. Having lots of nice stuff shouldnt be the measuring stick used to define happiness or success.
    When you leave this physical plane, you take none of that stuff with you. At the moment you leave this body, you become the sum of your deeds, the knowledge and wisdom you have gained and the wisdom and teachings that you imparted that stick long enough to be passed on to others through those you truely touched. And of course love. Your live for others and their love for you.
    I dont see having lots of stuff being all that important at the finish line.
    Wealthy people commit suicide every day.
    Poor people can love and laugh with just as much gusto as rich people, and they appreciate what they have, rather than amassing more than they could ever use and continuing to exploit others to get more..
    How much is enough?
    That is for each person to decide for themselves.
    Enough, shouldnt be a bar set by anyone but yourself.
    Happiness is a choice.

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