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Are Your Streets Lined With Gold?



Leave Your Poverty Mindset Behind You with Brain Management

To begin, here is a quote you may have heard. But, it is flawed because it is very limiting:

“Success is NOT gauged on what you have gained, but by what you have given up.”

In the Law of Attraction, if you think you have given up (or lost) something along the way, you automatically attract whatever you were unfortunate (or fortunate) enough to lose back into your life. This includes a poverty mindset. But you can change your views to ensure that you don’t re-attract it back into your life, by being true to yourself, committed, resourceful and passionate on your path to success.

Like Losing and Old Friend . . .

Leaving poverty consciousness behind is difficult. The subconscious mind is protecting you by keeping that poverty consciousness in place. Until you address it, you will continually sabotage yourself in an effort to change your life. That poverty mindset definition is like an old friend. You can rely on it even though it causes you problems. You’re comfortable with your old friend, making pains to protect it against criticism. Leaving a poverty mindset behind and developing a positive mindset feels like you are tossing an old friend into a rubbish heap. It can cause a lot of pain. But what if what you’re leaving behind allows you to make room for newer, positive mindset list and positive attributes and outcomes. It’s always better to have a positive mindset with positive mentality and success will Isn’t that a good thing?

Be Dedicated, Be Committed – Persevere

To truly leave unwanted baggage behind, you must be dedicated, committed and simply persevere until you achieve what you are seeking. Most of us understand that dedication and commitment are inextricably linked with each other.
So what is perseverance? Perseverance is “sticking power.” how long you stick at something, simply keep plugging away until you achieve your objective.

Perseverance can sometimes be called “The Fight.”

When you are engaged in “The Fight,” there could be no outcome at all – no winner, no loser. But you should embrace the lessons you experience and become the better for them. This is where Brain Management comes into play. Use these techniques to help you embed the lessons from your experiences into your subconscious.

Shannon Panzo

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  • Thank you for the article. I never really realized it but what you wrote make a lot of sense to me.
    Whenever I want to change something I succeed for a while then I find myself going to my old self habits again. It is rational though, even if we don’t like it we are attached to our old mindset because we feel comfortable with it. But sometimes we have to let go!

    • Maryam,

      Realization and acknowledgment is the first step in making change. If a person does not think there is anything wrong, then in their mind, there is no need to change.