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Many people believe willpower is fixed and finite. Yet powerful strategies exist that can help us increase it.
It’s all about developing what journalist Catherine Price calls a “fun mindset.” Here, she shares four ways that you can create — or appreciate — moments of fun in you…
«You never feel judged by them. • They make everyone feel included. • They’re considerate of others’ feelings. • They get excited with you.»
Psychologists explain what an abundance mindset is (and a scarcity mindset) and how it can change your life.
«One easy way to strengthen your trust muscle is by connecting the dots backward and finding proof of abundance in your past life experiences.»
The “synergistic mindset” is about making unavoidable stressors work in your favor.
«Students who watched the training session exhibited a lower stress response based on heart rate and other physiological measures.»
What we can learn from rejections.
«If you hear "yes" at every single career stage, you probably did not reach high enough. If you never hear "no," chances are you did not take many risks (or you are just exceptionally talented, lucky, or both).»
Am I unconsciously forcing myself into a fixed mindset?
How to fine-tune the internal monologue that scores every aspect of our lives, from leadership to love.
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