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Abundance Mindset

Deep thoughts with Janell 😉

Abundance mindset is a whole lot more than just believing there is enough out there for you.

It’s believing that what is out there will continue flowing. No matter what.

It allows you to accept criticism, and be corrected. It allows you to correct others and help construct them.

It allows you to know that you are allowed to make someone uncomfortable by asking more of them. It allows you to be ok being uncomfortable because someone is asking more of you.

It lifts us and guides us. It flows success in our direction.

But it is not about how much of anything you’re owed or how much of anything you’ve acquired.

It’s abundance of positive mindset and knowledge. Abundance of good council and guidance. It’s an abundance of understanding that you will always land on your feet, and not everyone that challenges you is trying to bring you down.

Abundance mindset is a ladder that leads you out of emotional reaction and judgement.

It’s perception and grace.

It keeps you from being bitter and seeking validation.

It is what the people in pants who “get” what we give out, often acquire first. But it is the very hardest of all things to teach.

So bear with us young pad won’s and veteran Jedi’s who have lost their way. There are beacons of abundance hidden in pants. Voices big and small. If you listen carefully and watch intently they will show you all that is abundance with the absolute hope you will want to take it all from them and share it too. It’s the only way to multiply success. The ones to watch, already know this.

So search that light boldly, share the abundance you have. Know that it will all be ok. 
Rock on with your bad selves!

 

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