We feel stress when something we care about—something we value—is threatened
We might feel stress over money because we value money. We might feel stress over a big presentation to our CEO because we care about what the CEO thinks of us (we care about our career)
Knowing this, highly successful people realize they are feeling stress and pause to ask: what is my body telling me? What is it that I care about, that I think is threatened?
When you have that answer, it’s easier to thank yourself for the warning sign and focus on taking action within our scope of control
Successful people control their breathing, to control their physiology
Highly successful people reframe negative experiences into growth experiences (but, first calm yourself with BOX BREATHING)
Focus on reflecting on what went wrong or is going wrong
Articulate on what can be done to solve the problem or what can I learn from the experience
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