How to operate from a place of gratitude
Let’s talk about what it means to have an abundance mindset. When you understand that you already have all that you need to succeed, it changes your perspective. If you’re able to develop an abundance mindset, it will allow you to operate from a place of gratitude.
Yes, there are times when it feels like resources are fixed and there’s not enough. But, if you start operating from a place of scarcity, oftentimes, what happens is that you will never have enough. So, turn it up! Make a mindset shift, always appreciate what you have and make the best use of it. Now, if you need a boost, try this exercise.
Once you’re able to operate from a place of abundance, it will help you become more positive and happy. And do you know how much you can accomplish when you’re feeling positive and happy? A lot!
Now that we’ve talked about how to make a mindset shift and develop an abundance mindset, let’s take a look at our highlights for this edition of the Kwanza Jones Chronicles.
- Money matters, but just as important are the heart and efforts that you’re putting out there. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California dedicates a lot of love and energy into providing comfort, care, and support to sick children and their families in the region. Last month, my SUPERCHARGED® Teamily volunteered at the Los Angeles Ronald McDonald House. Work that could have taken up to a week to complete was finished in a single morning when our two organizations worked in partnership. Earlier this year, I also gave Ronald McDonald House a Boost Grant to support the well-being of its staff who are doing an amazing job at the organization.
- On October 11th, I celebrated the International Day of the Girl at the Women’s Leadership Breakfast held by Girls Inc. Los Angeles. It was an inspiring morning that left me feeling boosted after speaking on a panel with Caroline Styne (President and Wine Director, The Lucques Group), Christy Haubegger (Formerly of WarnerMedia), Hillary Super (CEO of Savage X Fenty), Jesse Draper (General Partner, Halogen Ventures), and Nichol Whiteman (CEO of LA Dodgers Foundation), moderated by Journalist/Author Melissa Magsaysay.
- The Kwanza Jones Boost Friends™ Community hosted an exclusive event with Dana Coleman, the Executive Director of Independent School Alliance. ISA is a leading organization that recruits, educates, counsels and advocates for families from underrepresented communities seeking access to independent schools in Los Angeles. Dana shared the importance of access to quality education for children of underserved communities. If you’re a member of the Boost Friends Community, click on this link to watch the event recap. If you’re not a member yet, go here to learn more.
- Being of service is important, but oftentimes, folks shy away from it because of the obstacles that may arise. While the journey of service may not always be easy, it’s filled with exciting rewards that go beyond personal gain. My team recently published an article on how embracing the SUPERCHARGED life through service and impact can transform your world regardless of the challenges. Read the article here if you’d like to learn more.
Remember, living a SUPERCHARGED life means owning your power, living in your purpose, and being of service. If you truly want to achieve it, you need to find what makes you feel connected to yourself and put that on repeat. Daily habits that make you feel good help you show up better for others. Like clockwork, don’t stop. Keep going, and keep glowing.
Until next time, stay SUPERCHARGED.
Who loves you? I do! Bye for now,
Upcoming: We’re nearing the end of 2023 and quite frankly, it’s been a year! But we’ve made it this far and have achieved so much. Now, you might be thinking, “How can I do better or achieve more next year?” Well, stay tuned for the next Kwanza Jones Chronicles as I’ll be sharing a not so secret tip on how you can get better at anything.