At any given point, you have one of two different mindsets: a scarcity mindset or an abundant mindset. This is an idea written about in Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, and today we will discuss what exactly these two mindsets look like in real life, how you can move toward an abundance mindset, and why you probably want to.
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The Weekly Commitment
Every week, we will ask you the same question: What is the one thing that you will commit to doing or improving this week?
Writing down your answer to the question will start a self-accountability process, and following up with this practice after every episode will help you take consistent small actions that ultimately lead to BIG transformations.
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Three Key Takeaways:
- Keep a gratitude journal and be grateful. If you don’t feel like you have enough of something, seeing all the things you do have is really powerful!
- Check the language that you use with others, as well as the internal dialogue that you’re having with yourself. If you’re saying “can’t” a lot, or you “have to have” something, or you “have to do” something, try to take note of that and stop. You can accomplish what you want, and you get to live the life that you want to live!
- Say positive affirmations. A scarcity mindset can really lend itself to being in a negative place… and that’s just a hard way to live! Whatever you want that you don’t feel like you have or deserve to have, for whatever reason, write it down and then either look at it every day or say it to yourself in the mirror. So pick a positive affirmation that will make yourself feel good and make yourself feel like you can achieve whatever you want to achieve, remind yourself of it every single day!
- The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey