Fear of Not Having Enough Money

Fear of not having enough money. A staggering two-thirds of Americans are more afraid of a money-related catastrophe than anything else, including death, according to a recent survey conducted by GOBankingRates. Many people never take the necessary steps to move past their money fears. Many simply allow financial panic to drive life choices.

Getting more money isn’t necessarily the answer – not because it isn’t helpful for many reasons, but when you are afflicted with a bad case of money fears (like so many people are these days), more money just covers up the fears and doesn’t actually make them go away.

WealthClinic says “Acknowledge Your Money Fears (and Your Scarcity Mindset).
In the simplest terms, the scarcity mindset is the belief that there will never be enough — whether it’s money, food, emotions or something else entirely — and as a result, your actions and thoughts stem from a place of lack. Instead of believing that you have enough, and there is plenty to go around, you cling to everything you have out of fear of coming up short.

Before we can change our money patterns, we must first become aware that we’re afraid. We often resist the things that we don’t want to accept which keeps them stuck in place.”  I frequently share the quote, “What we resist in life, persists!” So stop resisting and start acknowledging your money fears today.

Just as saying “I’m not good at math” or “I’m not good at relationships” are just stories we tell ourselves, so too is believing in scarcity. I believe the universe provides, not just in money when you really need it, but if you are open, provides the creativity to solve the problem. An idea to create your own business or the fertile ground to accept an idea that creates whatever you think you lack or need in your life.

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