Beginning SFI-Practice – Lesson 7


Benefits of the SfI-Practice

Learn the benefits of practicing the first two steps of the SfI-Practice:

  • 1. Noticing and articulating positive moments.
  • 2. Articulating strengths. Then, learn about how the practice can make your feelings about yourself and your interactions with other people more positive.

Notes on Practice
The “negativity bias” is the normal tendency to give more attention to negative experiences, feelings, and outcomes than positive ones. We tend to spend more time thinking about negative things, and we tend to ascribe more importance and urgency to negative things.
Articulating Your Strengths

“Grounded in your direct experience of your positive moments, your words for your strengths will start to dominate the landscape of your sense of yourself, and that will be a very good thing.”

Jennifer Rose