Pessimists Never Prosper: Try an Abundance Mindset Instead

Are you a glass-half-full or glass-half-empty kind of person?

When you think about the future, do you see limitless opportunities or multiple barriers? Do you get excited about international travel and interaction with other cultures, or do you think it's a shame "all our U.S. jobs are going overseas"?

Be honest. Depending on your response, you either have an abundance or scarcity mindset. If you answered affirmatively to the first half of each question (i.e., glass-half-full, limitless opportunities, and excitement), you likely have an abundance mindset. Congratulations! An abundance mindset

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