The thing that is keeping you (and us!) in scarcity is your idea of what abundance is…

Find out why by clicking on a statement below that describes you.

NOTE: It’s okay if you identify with more than one. For now, just pick ONE!
You can always come back and choose a different one to learn more.

I keep waiting for the day I will finally have enough money to do the things I want to do – when I will experience the freedom, ease, and peace of mind I long for.

Bored young woman dressed in shirt sitting at her workplace at the office, looking at computer
Close-up of a visibly worried and thoughtful Afro-American girl.

I feel “less than” and inadequate because I’m not making much money.

I think I should be able to fix my money problems myself.

Middle age hispanic woman working at the office wearing glasses showing arms muscles smiling & proud.

No matter what I do or how much money I make, it’s never enough.

I think that making more money (and/or getting out of debt) will fix my scarcity.

A smiling woman is sleeping with lots of dollars instead of blankets.

I always feel pressure to do more, make more, have more, perform better, be better.

I have a difficult time receiving – especially if I don’t think I’ve earned it or deserve it.

Business woman refuses to take money while sitting in office.

My closet/ cupboard/bookshelf/ basement/garage is filled with things I’ve purchased and rarely use or enjoy.

I feel embarrassed that my car, clothes and/or possessions are old, worn, and outdated.

I spend [have spent] money so that I come across to others as successful, confident, caring and/or generous. (Even if I didn’t really have the money at the time.)

There is NO WAY I’m going to spend most of my life trying to make tons of money. I don’t want to work that hard. What I have is good enough.

None of these describe me???