What if you feel opportunities fall short? You know this is happening if you feel your situation is always precarious and you’re never sure you’ll have enough.
What if you feel opportunities fall short?
You know this is happening if you feel your situation is always precarious and you’re never sure you’ll have enough.
As a result, you rarely take a risk unless you’re pretty certain it will fall in your favour and you can end up procrastinating to the point of frustration.
The issue isn’t that you’re scared, the issue is you’re not confident you deserve enough.
In this episode we are looking at:
How To Think With Prosperity
During this session you will discover:
- Prosperity turn-offs
- Overcoming sabotage
- How to think prosperity thoughts
Even if you don’t currently believe you have prosperity thinking.
Please do your best to watch/listen to each part in order.
First of all - what do we mean by “prosperity turn-offs”?
Think of prosperity as something wider than financial success. Think of it rather as a way of being, your whole thinking.
The big turnoff, therefore, is a fixed mind-set.
A fixed mind-set is one that makes a person believe they can’t change anything. They stick to what they know, avoid challenges and refuse to engage with changing or improving themselves or their situation.
Most people have a fixed mind-set. Research shows 80% of daily human thoughts are negative. And what’s more, most people build their day on the previous day’s negativity.
So how do you overcome that kind of sabotage? Simple. You focus yourself into a growth mind-set.
A growth mind-set attracts prosperity because it makes people believe that their intelligence, personality and character are part of a constant development process.
They desire continuous learning and they confront uncertainties. They embrace challenges and put a lot of effort into learning new things.
So, how do you think prosperity thoughts?
You practise flexible thinking - because fixed thinking gets you nowhere.
Flexible thinking means asking “What if?” questions, instead of “Why do things never work out for me?” Switch your thinking to, “What if things DO work out for me?”
What I found I got sucked into for a long time was feeling sorry for myself: when things go wrong it’s very easy to feel resentful.
You then end up stuck, because you become too fixed to see a solution.
So what are three little things you can do to think with prosperity?
- Get comfortable with failure. When you practise being unafraid to fail, you experiment more - your mind opens to new opportunities
- Think with abundance not scarcity. You do that by looking at what is possible rather than what’s not.
- Embrace the thinking of ‘it’s my way or the highway’. You’re guilty - we’re all guilty - of this at some point. You convince yourself that your way ‘won’t work’. Consider changing your mind to see how it can work.
It will take a few goes – BUT you will feel you can move into thinking with a prosperity mind-set.
Remember it’s not about perfect, it's about PROGRESS.