116. SHOULD YOU HAVE A SCARCITY OR AN ABUNDANCE MINDSET? Jack’s Life Lessons For Teenagers - For A Better Tomorrow - Jack Lookman

 116. SHOULD YOU HAVE A SCARCITY OR AN ABUNDANCE MINDSET?



The perspective you adopt as a teenager can have a profound impact on the possibilities and experiences you have. It is especially important to choose between an abundance mindset and a scarcity mindset. An abundance mindset welcomes possibilities, progress, and cooperation while a scarcity mindset concentrates on constraints and rivalry. Gaining an understanding of these viewpoints can enable you to manage your adolescence more effectively and positively.

Your potential may be limited by a scarcity mentality. You can feel pressured to compete fiercely and defend your advantages if you think that your options, success, and resources are limited. Stress, worry, and an unwillingness to share or work with people may result from this way of thinking. You may also become afraid to try new things or take chances out of fear of failing or losing the little you have.

An abundance mindset, on the other hand, creates endless opportunities. It inspires you to take on challenges, take chances, and grow from your experiences when you think that everyone can achieve enough success and have access to enough resources. This way of thinking makes you resilient and upbeat, enabling you to view losses as chances for personal development rather than insurmountable challenges.

The influence of an abundant mindset on relationships is one of its main advantages. You are more inclined to work together and lend help to others when you perceive the world as full of opportunities. This strengthens and improves relationships with colleagues, family, and friends. Assisting others in their endeavors does not take away from your own accomplishments; rather, it fosters a network of support where everyone can thrive.

In summary, adopting an abundant mindset can result in a happier and more prosperous life. It supports development, teamwork, education, and optimism, assisting you in overcoming obstacles and taking advantage of chances. By changing your mindset from one of scarcity to abundance, you can improve your own growth, forge closer bonds with others, and adopt a more resilient and upbeat outlook on life. 


As we conclude, please reflect on these:

Does the light of a candle dim, by lighting another?

Is there enough space in the sky, to accommodate all birds?




Thank you very much for your time. 


This is Jack Lookman signing off. Ire o (I wish you blessings)


Ire kabiti (I wish you loads of blessings).



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