What Is Your Money Mindset?

Are you an artist or creative professional who struggles to make the money you want to make?

Take this quiz and let’s find out…

▪️ I often give away my art or services (volunteering, or working more hours than I’m actually paid).

▪️ It’s so hard to ask for a raise or to raise fees that I just don’t do it.

▪️ I actually dislike money and the people who have it.

▪️ I am proud of my ability to make do with little. There’s nobility in being poor.

▪️ I blame someone or something else for my financial situation (IRS, ex-spouse, etc).
▪️ I find ways to avoid dealing with money (bartering, credit cards).

▪I am in debt, with little savings, and not idea where my money is going.
▪️ I am vague about my earnings (overestimate or underestimate income; see gross not net).
▪️ I continually put others’ needs before my own
▪️ I am frequently in pain or stress around money.

If you answered “yes” to many (or maybe all) of these questions, then you are likely an “underearner” or you live with a scarcity mindset.

The key to upping your earnings is rarely working longer hours or finding a scheme to get rich quick. We need to adjust our money mindset.

Our scarcity mindset is all past-based and fear-based.

You can move from a scarcity mindset to an abundance mindset by:

1. Letting go of past-based fears and stories about money. 
2. Connecting to your self-worth and believing that you are deserving of money. 
3. Understanding that wealth is a state of consciousness and selling your art or services is an energetic exchange.

You are inherently abundant!

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