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Make time in your calendar for a meeting with your inner self.
Find a space that is free of distraction and set it up with tools such as an uplifting book, a pen, and a notebook.
Spend your first few minutes reading something that inspires you for success.
Use the next 10 minutes to write about the good things you have in your life. Also, write about what you want as though you already received it. Your mind will find ways to resolve the dissonance, ...
When you read something out loud, you make it stick in your subconscious, allowing you to notice more possibilities to make our statements true.
Spend about five minutes visualizing your goals achieved. What will it look like? What will it feel like?
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... specifically cognitive biases, are your unchecked tendencies to make decisions or take actions in an irrational way.
Instead of making decisions based on facts and data, you ...
The brain creates shortcuts in order to make fast decisions when it hits information or inspiration overload.
These shortcuts form unconscious biases so it’s easier for your brain to categorize information and make quick judgments over and over again.
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Self-destructive behaviors can become habits and can continually undermine your success and happiness.
Self-sabotage is when we want something, but somehow we never accomplish it, because somewhere deep in our subconscious we’re fighting against that goal:
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