How to Overcome a Poverty Mindset

Great post! Love no 5 ~ Self Love is highly important and creating psychological change by connecting back to where it all began. Thanks for sharing!

22 thoughts on “How to Overcome a Poverty Mindset

  1. Interesting post Sharon – I liked #5 the best. I was working at a full-time job for a sole practitioner in a law firm until 2009, then got laid off, and my boss became pretty self-sufficient and had said he could hire me back when business got better, probably in 2010. Admittedly, we had worked together since 2000 and left a law firm after a bad merger happened, and my mom (and only relative) had passed away in 2010, so I decided to lie low a while until I was hired back and was hired back in June 2011, but only part-time, with the expectation of full-time “some day in the near future” … so fast forward to January 2018. My boss will soon be 71 years old, business is very slow and I may find myself in the not-so-enviable position of looking for a job at age 62 (I turn 62 in April) … a college degree obtained in journalism in 1978 doesn’t help much now and I look at legal secretary or administrative jobs and they require all kinds of Microsoft suite expertise – I don’t have this, only use MS Word. It’s a scary thought. He always said he would not retire before I hit age 65 – that was before the economic downturn in 2008.

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  3. A poverty mindset. Please. I don’t wish to be rude but let’s forget about mindsets and focus on removing Theresa May and the filthy Tories from office. Don’t vote Tory on May 3rd.

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