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The power of framing

Anxiety feels very similar to excitement. You feel these tingles. But the difference is the story you tell yourself. For example, you experience these feelings as excitement on a rollercoaster, but when you have an interview or are about to walk out on stage, you may feel it's unbearable.

In these situations, just stepping back and realising the power of framing will help the physiology to dissipate.


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