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“Some people believe holding on and hanging in there are signs of great strength. However, there are times when it takes much more strength to know when to let go and then do it.”
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Learning to let go of people is not always a negative experience. You can use it an opportunity for personal growth.
Learning to let go of things is about reflecting on the real value of your belongings and letting go of the unnecessary ones.
We need to give control to get control.
This means giving people (the people you love, your employees, even yourself) the flexibility to experience with the rules. Instead of a rigid framework, define one with key principles.
Sometimes, specific goals can limit your learning opportunities.
Keep a bit of space in your life for discovery, for doing things just for the sake of it.
Exercising emotional agility is one of the most useful ways to let go of past events that are stopping you from moving on. It consists of:
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