Don't Underestimate Yourself

I got time off for the holidays and don't have to return to work until December 13th. As we enter the last month of the year a lot of people reflect on the past year as I have a habit to do. It's this time of year that I imagine what I will create in the following year.

For the past 8 - 10 years I've been one of those "brilliant" people who were broke. During this growth period I've learned a lot about myself but it wasn't until I came across some of this information promoted by Bob Proctor that I found the missing piece for me, and took it to heart 3 to 4 months ago.


Consequently, the past 3 to 4 months has been particularly life-altering. My whole life is changing and I'm grateful for the skills and experience I've garnered along the way.


But what about the previous 8 - 10 years? There are consequences to staying in a poverty mindset for too long. Everybody has times in their life where they are not living up to their potential. I hadn't planned on staying there for too long but one day led to one week, one week led to one month, one month led to one year and one year led to eight to ten years ...... snap ..... just like that.


In the process I turned many good people away, distanced myself from friends and family, missed opportunities that were possible but were poisoned by my poverty mindset. Those days are over and I am so happy and grateful now that I know my spiritual DNA is perfect and that perfection is within me .... and more importantly that perfect is within YOU TOO!


There's really only 2 things that will snap you out of a poverty mindset.


#1 An Emotional Impact (someone close to you passes away, a major health issue, loss of employment, breaking up from a long term relationship).


#2 Positive Affirmations repeated over and over to yourself which will eventually materialize into form.


I'm learning to create a future of my own design. It can happen at any age. In my case it's 62. How about you?


Don't underestimate yourself.


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