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If you want to trust yourself more, learn to identify the habits in your life that are interfering with self-trust and work to eliminate them:
Reassurance-seeking is essentially outsourcing the hard work of managing difficult emotions to someone else.
If you habitually shirk the responsibility of managing your own painful emotions, you’re telling your brain that you can’t handle them yourself.
I mean, why...
Perfectionism isn’t about doing perfect, it’s about feeling perfect.
Most perfectionists will freely admit that their excessive standards for achievement are totally unrealistic. But they keep holding themselves to them… Why?
Because deep down
Worry is fundamentally different than effective planning and problem-solving.
By definition, worry is unhelpful thinking about negatives in the future. Planning and problem-solving can be difficult because they’re negative, but they lead to results—they’re productive and ...
Culturally, we tend to put emotions up on a pedestal and romanticize them. But in reality, they are just one of many aspects of the human experience—not any more special or authoritative than any other mental capacity like sensation, perception, or logical thinking.
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“Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become.” ~Steve Jobs
We often grow up internalizing fear, anger, guilt, shame, helplessness and a feeling of being unsafe in the world. Overwhelmed, we push the pain away...
People with a lot of self-discipline understand that willpower is a last resort.
Willpower should never be a primary strategy for accomplishing difficult things.
Better to avoid temptations in the first place than trying to resist them.
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