What you think about and what you put your attention on grows in your life. Clearly it’s easy these days to put attention on challenges, problems, and money concerns. It’s actually hard not to. And, too much focus on your problems or the problems in the world will not help you find creative solutions, ways to grow from this, or ways to help.
If you want to feel better about your money, to truly create prosperity on purpose, it’s about finding ways to shift your attention to what’s working and ways to grow … yes, even during really challenging times – actually, especially during really challenging times.
There are so many good news stories, supportive resources, and feel-good opportunities to help you boost your mood. Here are a few I think you’ll enjoy.
A quick hit of feel better:
If you want to boost your mood watch this short video of Italians getting together to sing HELPLESSLY HOPING – il coro che non c’è. I promise this will make you smile and feel good.
BJ Fogg, the author of Tiny Habits (which I haven’t read yet, but heard is great) leads a super engaging virtual training on setting a tiny habit for friendship. I loved watching this – and put it into action right away.
BONUS: If you are leading virtual programs yourself these day you must watch BJ in action. He’s masterful at running a zoom meeting, and keeping engagement and learning flowing throughout.
Looking for a source of good news?
There’s a great website, karunavirus.org that will fill you up with great, heartwarming stories.
It’s crucial you have strong self-calming skills when it comes to money worries.
Here’s an article I was quoted in on CNBC’s Growing Acorns site about how creating more calm can lead to better financial decision making.
Be happy and well,
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