Symptoms of Fear of Poverty


Symptoms of Fear of Poverty


   Usually expressed as a lack of ambition; Willingness to endure poverty; Accepting whatever compensation life can offer without protest; mental and physical laziness; Lack of initiative, imagination, enthusiasm and self-control.


   The habit of letting others think. Stay "on the fence".


   Usually expressed in excuses and excuses, intended to cover up, explain, or apologize for one's failures, sometimes expressed as envy or criticism from successful people.


   Usually expressed in criticism of others, tendency to spend more than one's income, neglect of personal appearance, drooling and drowning; incontinence in the use of alcoholic beverages, sometimes through drug use; Nervousness, lack of balance, shyness and lack of autonomy.

   Excessive caution.

   The habit is to look at the negative side of every situation, thinking and talking about a potential failure instead of focusing on how to succeed. Never look for plans to avoid failure, knowing all the paths that lead to disaster. Waiting for the "right time" to put ideas and plans into action, until waiting becomes a permanent habit. Remembering the unsuccessful people and forgetting the successful ones. Look for the hole in the donut, but look at the donut. Pessimism, resulting in dyspepsia, poor elimination, auto-intoxication, bad breath and mood swings.


   The habit of postponing what should have been done last year till tomorrow. Spend enough time making excuses and excuses to get the job done. This symptom is closely related to extreme caution, doubt and anxiety. Refusal to accept responsibility when it can be avoided. Willingness to compromise rather than fight hard. Compromise instead of exploiting difficulties and using them as a ladder to progress. Instead of seeking prosperity, opulence, wealth, contentment and happiness, negotiate with life for a penny. Instead of burning all the bridges and making retirement impossible, plan what to do when you're overwhelmed by failure. Weakness and often lack of self-confidence, determination of purpose, self-control, initiative, enthusiasm, ambition, frugality and sound reasoning ability. Expect poverty rather than demand for money. Engagement with those who accept poverty rather than seek the company of those seeking and receiving wealth.


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