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How to practice self-compassion
How to identify and challenge negative self-talk
How to build self-confidence
We've all been there. Here's a trick: Don't say it out loud. Just pretend to be confident. Fake it till you make it. It's scary, but I promise you this: When it's over, you are going to say, "It wasn't as bad as I thought it was." Fear kills more dreams than failure ever will.
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There's an old Russian saying, povtorenie mat ucheniya, which means "repetition is the mother of learning."
The more you perform the same activity, the more confident you become. Confidence is a tangible thing--it comes from practice and repetition.
The point when you are just about to give up is the precise moment when the other guy gives up. At some point you are going to ask yourself, "Why am I doing this?" You better have an answer. What is driving you? Is it something someone said or did to you? Is it a competition?...
At some point, you are going to say to yourself, "I've never done this before" or "I don't know what I'm doing."
You are seeing your progress in real time. By nature, you are going to want to push the envelope to find out your boundaries. You will find yourself saying, "I wish it would suck more." It's our human nature to know what we are able to overcome.
The first step is always the most uncomfortable. All you have to do is show up. The battle is half won if you just show up. I get it. It's uncomfortable to start something.
Remind yourself that you made a decision. You are already committed and there is no going back.
Create a support network. Talk about your experiences. The worse the experience it is to you, the better the story it is to everyone else.
Soon, you will be seeking uncomfortable experiences to share with your friends. Be a good storyteller.
Just when you think things couldn't get any worse, he shows up. "The suck" is here to make you tougher. He's a friend that arrived to make you better. Instead of complaining, celebrate the blessing that is the suck.
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This norm serves a great purpose in that bad ideas can be debated and debunked. However, it also kills a lot of good ideas as well.
FIX: Stop yourself from first pointing out what's wrong in a situation, and make it a habit to jump to what's right instead.
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Stop whatever you're doing right now and notice the pattern that has been going on that's caused you despair and change it, regroup it, and remove yourself from the situation.
Don't let the fear of failure take over because you refuse to live in anguish any longer. Take th...
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