Abundance vs. Scarcity

Abundance is thinking about how you can create more for everyone; scarcity is thinking that you have to take from everyone.

Abundance is being open to create a path where there is none; scarcity is only seeing what is already there.

Abundance is an enthusiasm for sharing; scarcity is a fear of giving too much away.

Abundance believes that it will work itself out fairly; scarcity keeps track to the second.

Abundance isn’t afraid of uncertain terms; scarcity requires excruciating detail.

Abundance is trusting that you always eventually get paid for how hard you work; scarcity only performs what is paid for now.

Abundance is creating a bigger pie; scarcity is fighting for a bigger slice of the pie.

Abundance allows for a focus on others; scarcity restricts to a focus on self.

Abundance knows that things come and go; scarcity tries to hold on forever.

Abundance is the freedom to express concern for others; scarcity feels like expressing concern for others is unaffordable.

Abundance lets the results speak for themselves; scarcity makes a case for what is owed.

Abundance is having confidence in your own skill sets; scarcity is having confidence in only what you negotiate for.

Abundance becomes a world of endless possibilities; scarcity becomes a world of shrinking walls.

Abundance is an open palm; scarcity is a closed fist.

Abundance gives credit; scarcity takes credit.

Abundance is grateful; scarcity is entitled.

Abundance invites; scarcity repels.

Abundance grows; scarcity shrinks.

Abundance is grateful; scarcity is entitled.

Abundance is trust; scarcity is skepticism.

Abundance invites; scarcity repels.

Abundance grows; scarcity shrinks.