Our negativity bias keeps us safe, yet it can prevent us from leading ourselves and others, forming relationships, and taking risks in the pursuit of our dreams. In this episode, we talk about why we have the negativity bias, and how we can handle negativity from others.
Power Phrase of the Week: “ I level up my thoughts to level up my life.”
Quote of the Week: Willie Nelson said: “We create our own unhappiness. The purpose of suffering is to help us understand we are the ones who cause it.”
Gratitude is connected to better health, more optimism, and an increased in resiliency. This week you could start using a scientifically proven tool to increase your gratitude. Three tools we discussed are starting your day with gratitude, using gratitude language, or trying the Grateful Flow exercise.
This Week's Power Phrase: “I choose to intentionally practice gratitude daily. I focus on what I am grateful for to stay fueled and excited for my life.”
This Week's Quote of the Week: “Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.” Eckhart Tolle
Your mindset drives everything – how you live, the stress you feel, and how you lead. Remember all of your emotions are valuable –emotions are not good or bad. By labeling your emotions, you can understand what led to that feeling with curiosity and openness.
Power Phrase of the Week: “I respond with purpose and intention. I master my emotions.”
Quote of the Week: “Life is 10% of what happens to me and 90% of how I react to it.” John Maxwell
Today we are talking about 4 mental strategies that allow you to remain optimistic and see life with a clear lens. Why is this important? Because the future of your career and life is directly tied to your expectations and the ability to see the opportunity in the difficulty.
This Week's Power Phrase: “I level up my self-talk to level up my life.”
Quote of the Week - “Work harder on yourself than you do your job.” —Jim Rohn
Dale Carnegie said it best, “Fear doesn’t exist anywhere except in the mind.”
The World’s Best choose courage instead of fear. They feel the fear, but don’t let it keep them from doing what they want to, have to, or were designed to do. High performers know that when they feel fear, it means they are doing something important and meaningful.
This week’s power phrase: “I embrace my fear and choose courage.”