Focus on the things you have, not the things you lack
Thanks to social media, news, and people around us who tend to be pessimistic, we may tend to notice what we’re lacking instead of what we have. This is known as a scarcity mindset, whereas paying attention to what we have is an abundance mindset. When we’re surrounded by others with a scarcity mindset, it’s easy for us to fall into that way of thinking ourselves. But, challenging the scarcity mindset and focusing on appreciation and abundance has benefits that can be truly life changing.
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How an Abundance Mindset Can Benefit You:
Appreciating what you have, rather than what you lack, has been proven to help in a number of ways. It can improve overall happiness, your relationships, energy levels, sleep quality, and productivity. In fact, one study showed that those who have a more positive, abundance focused mindset tended to live seven and half years longer than others.
Strategies for Shifting From a Scarcity to an Abundance Mindset:
1. Start your day by reflecting on the positive things around you.
2. Practice showing appreciation for others.
3. Look back to notice how far you’ve come
When you start to change your mindset from scarcity to abundance, you may notice your overall well-being and happiness increase. If you’d like support with any of the strategies here or support with developing an abundance mindset, reach out to your coach who can chat more about it with you.
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