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Deliberate Worry

Deliberate Worry

It is a practice for training our minds out of the tendency toward automatic worry and rumination. The basic idea is to schedule a short amount of time every day to worry on purpose.

By creating a consistent time and space for our brains to worry, we discourage them from worrying intrusively during inopportune times throughout the day.

A cluttered mind

A cluttered mind

It can make navigating even the most basic parts of our day exceedingly stressful and frustratingly inefficient.

Assertiveness

Assertiveness

It means being direct and straightforward in what we say and do, setting effective and healthy boundaries and asking for what we want or need.

When we aren’t able or willing to be assertive we end up living other people’s lives rather than our own.

Mindfulness

Mindfulness

It is the habit of being aware of and noticing our own minds and the world around us, without judgment.

It strengthens 2 essential mental muscles: metacognition (watching our own minds at work) and attentional shifting (the ability to deliberately refocus our attention away from one object and onto another).

Essentialism

Essentialism

It is based on the idea that only once you give yourself permission to stop trying to do it all, to stop saying yes to everyone, can you make your highest contribution towards the things that really matter.

A Consistent Organizational System

A Consistent Organizational System

It is an external strategy for keeping track of what we need to do and accomplish.

By creating and maintaining a reliable organizational system, we give ourselves the best possible chance of efficiently processing the day-to-day Have-Tos, so that we have sufficient time and energy to focus on the Want-Tos (the things that really matter to us).

Emotion-focused Journaling

Emotion-focused Journaling

Simply write about and articulate whatever is going on in your life emotionally, big or small. The key is to write continuously without any censoring or editing.

You'll be more aware of your emotions, and able to acknowledge and validate them rather than impulsively reacting so as to avoid them.

Deep Work

Deep Work

It is the ability to perform valuable, cognitively-demanding activities in a distraction-free state.

It allows us to operate at or near the upper bounds of our cognitive potential—which is essential to doing our best work. 

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