Attracting More Abundance

My friend Jill has so many tomatoes in her garden. A sign of abundance!

My friend Jill has so many tomatoes in her garden. A sign of abundance!

Gratitude Tip: What a miracle it is that our nearest star, the Sun, allows life to flourish and grow on Earth. Look to nature for inspiration and abundance today.

We live in a world that encourages scarcity thinking – there is not enough to go around. The good news is that it’s just not true! There are thousands of examples of abundance all around us everyday, we just don’t see them. Nature continues to flourish, even in the harshest of environments. We are meant to be abundant being and we ARE! It’s simply that sometimes we forget it.

I watched a fantastic new documentary last night called The Abundance Factor. I wasn’t really sure what to expect but it turned out to be excellent. Some of my favorite teachers are interviewed in the movie. Did I learn anything new? Not particularly. Were there lessons that I needed to hear again? Absolutely, and that was the best part of the movie. I really love Bruce Lipton, John Assaraf, T. Harv Eker and heard for the first time Vishen Lakhiani, Alexi Panos, Jairek Robbins. I had read a great interview with Sean Stephenson in Success Magazine years ago and I still remember it. You’ll also here from Shawn Achor, the author of the Happiness Project, who inspired me four years ago to start my daily gratitude practice again.

It’s free to watch right now and I highly recommend that you do. It’s best if you take the full 90 minutes to listen without distraction as there is a lot to take in. I may watch it again this week as I’m certain that I missed a lot the first time. It’s a great movie for anyone who is building a business and even more so if you’re building a network marketing or direct sales business because the concepts are very much aligned with much of values we hold dear, such a creating a vision for your life, being of service and practicing gratitude.

Let me know when you’ve watched it and which speaker resonated with you the most. It’s tough to choose, but I think for me it was Alexi Panos.

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