To: The Great Leadership Who Have a Passion for Continuous Learning.
From my teacher Michael M. Reuter
Joe Vitale reminds great leaders of the unending giving of an abundance mindset: “Your perception creates your reality. You can look at life and see scarcity or abundance. It depends on your mindset.” An abundance mindset finds its roots in self-belief, confidence, gratefulness, a positivity of attitude and exuberance for life. Scarcity, on the other hand, is fed by fear, disbelief in self, greed and pessimism. Michael Hyatt provides the following insights into the contrasting mindsets.
Scarcity vs. Abundance
There is never enough. There is always more where that came from.
Stingy with knowledge, contacts and Happy to share knowledge, contacts and compassion. compassion.
Default to suspicion; hard to build Default to rapport and build trust easily.
Resents competition. Makes the pie Welcome competitors. Makes the pie larger, them stronger.
small, them weaker
Ask self: How can I get by with less than Ask self: How can I give more than expected?
Pessimistic about the future; tough times Optimistic about the future; the best is yet to come.is yet to
are ahead. come.
They think small avoiding risk. They think big embracing risk.
They are entitled and fearful. They are thankful and confident.
Marianne Williamson tells great leaders: “The key to abundance is meeting limited circumstances with unlimited thoughts.” May you live a life of abundance in all that you are and do. Be abundance! Be unlimited! Remember the wise counsel of Lao Tzu: “When you realize there is nothing lacking, the whole world belongs to you.” Be more than you ever dreamed you could be… and more… so much more. Life is so very good.