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Fear setting involves identifying and defining your fears so that you can overcome them. It's a process of reflection to step away from the everyday grind to gain perspective on your fears.
«The good news is that if you can identify which fears are rational, and which are irrational, you can exert some level of control over them.»
“Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom,” once said Aristotle. Introspection is the act of looking inwards to examine one’s own conscious thoughts and feelings.
«Reflecting on past experiences may help us to recall similar situations in which we either solved an issue or found our attempts fell short.»
Focus on moments of surprise, failure, and frustration.
A conversation with the filmmaker about the place of literature, the toll of war, and the conviction that his writing will outlast his movies.
Self-reflection should not be reserved for our personal lives only. It can also be richly rewarding for our professional careers.
As we go through each day, there are many ups and downs. We have moments where everything is just chugging along perfectly and other times where there are
«"The greatest discovery of all time is that a person can change his future by merely changing his attitude." – Oprah Winfrey»
It’s not just about introspection.
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