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Thinking about our past mistakes usually brings us feelings of despair.
You can stop this by reframing your past failures by recognizing that you did the best you could with the information t...
Putting yourself out there is very uncomfortable for most of us.
But try to remember that discomfort is pretty normal. It's just a feeling, nothing more. So allow yourself to feel uncomf...
New projects can feel overwhelming, so imagining how you will get from start to finish it hard.
But you don't have to do it all in a day. Pick one small thing that will take you closer t...
Everyone has a dream. But not everyone is brave enough to act on it.
Be proud of your courage to start a new project.
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While overcoming your limitations, you’ll likely experience failure and you should scour those for lessons.
It can be beneficial to find a role model and engage in some healthy imitation. Done well, it can give you some confidence.
You shouldn’t copy everything about the person. But notice how they act and try mimicking their successful habits until you can adapt them to your own style.
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Our mind has muscles. It memorizes patterns. By doing this over and over, you're building your willpower and self-discipline.
Forcing yourself to do things...
Focus on the feeling you feel after doing something that you know is good for you.
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Most people want to change themselves completely. The problem is wanting to do everything at once.
Because this intense motivational boost can backfire — you shift from over-enthusiasm...
It is a byproduct of self-discipline — it requires a method, not just a positive attitude.
Rather than worrying about the end result, focus on how to make daily progress.
But by pushing ourselves too hard, we exhaust the mental muscles needed to stay focused, to avoid temptations, and to persist in the face of frustration or failure.
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