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Stop the Negative Self-talk

Recall your thoughts during the day. 

For example, when you receive a compliment about your work, you think, “Oh, that’s nothing.” And this is a problem, you can estimate your work objectively, we are all inclined to think about ourselves only in a bad way. Just silence your inner critic and start thinking that you can improve your life.

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Sometimes, all you need to do is look at things from a different perspective.

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