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How to Find Abundance

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When joy is in short supply — like, say, during a global pandemic — insecurity has a sneaky way of stepping in to fill the emotional void. All around you, it seems, other people are doing better: in their career, their creative work, even their pandemic-ing.

As Mary Chang writes on Medium, we have a tendency to adopt scarcity as our default assumption — to assume that what they have takes away from what you have, or could…




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Amy Shearn

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