How to Have a More Powerful Abundance Mindset

Article provided by Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance.

On every sports team, you’ll find quite a few talented athletes. Out of this bunch, you might find a few who are totally great. These are the people who will go down in history at making those amazing plays that everyone remembers.

For many years, those in the sports industry have tried to learn why some athletes just seem to be naturally better than others. Every person on the team is healthy and well educated. They understand the game. They want to be winners. Just about all team members work hard each day to get better. They may have a tough regimen of exercise, eating right, running each day and other wholesome habits.

It makes you wonder why some of these players never do achieve greatness while a few others do. One of the differences that professionals have noticed over the last 20 years is the player’s mental attitude. We once thought that physical training was all there was for an athlete. But today we know that the mental attitude is just as important as the body.

You can be young, highly skilled and still lose the game. It often comes down to how these athletes think. What are your attitudes about life? Do you see yourself as a winner? Do you struggle with fears and worries that you might not be good enough? Though some of this is normal, those who are successful will learn how to shove those feelings of fear aside and triumph over them.

With an abundance mindset, a player can realize his full potential. He or she can overcome any doubts and fears and become stronger in the end.

With many years as a well-known spiritualist leader and teacher in her field, Zhang Xinyue is known for a variety of achievements. Her creation of the Abundance system aims to promote a meaningful and straight forward approach to life’s philosophical issues. In 2012, she finished one of her best-selling books, Create Abundance. The book is a collection of quotes containing words of wisdom on how to develop body-mind-spirit cultivation.