Mindset is the “established set of attitudes held by someone.” These are adopted starting at a young age based off life experiences and interactions with parents and peers. It is then further influenced by popular culture. Mindset shapes our actions, thoughts, perception and response to events. Depending on what you think, feel and do, mindset can quickly change.
Our culture sensationalizes lack and conveniently ignores abundance. After all, stories of growth and success don’t attract millions of viewers, but you can bet a plummeting stock market will.
Scarcity (or fear based) thinking has become more common than abundance (or trust based) thinking.
Does this sound familiar?
You believe life is permanent. “That is just the way it is.” To those with a scarcity mentality, things are not temporary but fixed in some way. (more…)