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If you don’t stay open and learn how to manage your intake of current events in a way that empowers and enables you to cope with love rather than fear-based thinking, it’s easy to become weighed down by bad news stories.
This is Part 3 in a 5-part series about the tools you can use and the actions you can take when you start to feel overwhelmed by too much negative news.
So much of the way we navigate the world around us has to do with our mindset. And luckily, that’s something we’re in charge of (to a large degree) and can tweak to create an overall more positive and joyful life for ourselves.
I really hope you find this series helpful!
Notes from the show:
– The value of appreciating each day and treating it as a gift
– How to reframe your mindset to be one filled with gratitude, not worry or fear
– A challenge to commit to doing something that brings you joy every single day
– You have the power to re-examine your expectations and treat negative feelings as opportunities for fulfillment
Links and Resources Mentioned:
#100HappyDays – A challenge started by Dmitry Golubnichy “to inspire more people to choose happier living.”
Chad Hadsell interview – In this episode, Chad talks about the four things you need in order to stay as happy as possible.
Hal Elrod interview – Hal discusses how to go from deeply depressed to living a thriving life.
RachelRofe.com/questions – If there’s anything you’d like me to podcast about, please go here and let me know.
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