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Before acting on a decision, ask yourself “Why?” Follow up your response with another “Why?” And then a third.
If you can find three good reasons to pursue something, you’ll have clarit...
Putting your feelings into words has a therapeutic effect on your brain; if you’re unable to articulate how you feel, that can create stress.
The ability to say “no” to yourself to put off short-term gratification ( from daily temptations like social media or junk food) for the long-term gain is an important life-skill.
Take a deep breath before you act, especially when a situation triggers anger or frustration.
Self-awareness allows you to assess situations objectively and rationally, without acting on bias...
We’re often critical of others, while ignorant of our own flaws. Self-awareness helps turn the mirror on ourselves and prevents hypocritical behavior.
Create a habit of acknowledging your mis...
Pay attention to the way you respond to your successes and failures.
Being tough on yourself needs to be balanced with self-compassion. Celebrate your wins, forgive your losses.
Record a speech or presentation and evaluate your posture and hand gestures.
It will force you to question your assumptions.
Your "default" beliefs and worldview are not always reasonable; it’s healthy to “argue against yourself” and see how your views hold up.
It will allow you to maximize your strengths and manage your weaknesses.
Start with understanding where you fall on the introvert/extrovert spectrum; know your Myers-Briggs type; and th...
Set regular goals, break big goals down into smaller milestones.
Ask yourself at the end of each day, “What did I do well today?” and, “How can I improve on this tomorrow?...
It helps you cut through self-deceit and one-dimensional views you might hold.
But only ask people who understand you, whom you respect and will tell you what you need to hear, not what...
It is a foundational practice for improving self-awareness. To focus solely on your breathing is to focus on a key internal process.
You’ll become aware of how your mind wanders, a...
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With resourcefulness, you are driven to find a way.
An attitude of resourcefulness inspires out-of-the-box thinking, the generation of new ideas, and the ability to visualize ...
In being open-minded you find value in all kinds of different people, events and circumstances.
You demonstrate a willingness to embrace different possibilities, opportunities, thoughts, views, suggestions and experiences outside of your normal repertoire. You push yourself to do what others believe to be impossible
This is the first step you take in getting things done.
When you are self-assured you like and trust yourself and your capacity to handle any problem placed in front of you. You know your value, appreciate your talents, work ethic and your ability to consistently follow through on your every word, deed and action.
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