Article provided by Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance.
We all want to do our best when it comes to work and play. That includes sports, such as baseball, soccer and basketball. Whether you play just for fun or in a league, it’s definitely more enjoyable when you win. There are some tried and true methods for increasing your wins.
Running and marathons
A healthy lifestyle
Winning begins in the mind
New research tells us that it’s important to have a healthy mindset as well as a healthy body. When you think like a winner, that improves your odds. This brings us to the new and exciting topic of abundance thinking. This new movement is all about training yourself to believe that good things are coming your way.
You deserve to win. The universe is open to you and all things are possible. All you must do is believe. Winning is often about believing in yourself. If you expect bad things, negative outcomes and such, then that’s what you’ll get. But if you’re open to all the positive forces of the universe, then good things are constantly coming into your life.
That’s called the Abundance mindset and you can become a winner simply by believing in yourself. Whether you’re setting up a new company or trying to win more games of basketball, the formula is the same. Live healthy. Eat right. Take time each day for meditation. Get in the habit of speaking confident words. Avoid negative thoughts and speech.
If you get worried or upset, then stop, close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. This is a proven method of resetting your mind and body.
Teacher Zhang Xinyue is an internationally renowned body-mind-spirit tutor. With a simple style, her book, Create Abundance, published in 2012, reaches into the depths of people’s hearts and has ever since remained a best seller for body-mind-spirit cultivation. Living abroad, Teacher Zhang Xinyue of Create Abundance is currently conducting a field of social research as she has done research worldwide.
Teacher Zhang Xinyue encourages every individual to grow through self-help. She hopes that every reader starts to practice being their own mentor and learns to transform awareness into wisdom autonomously.