Psychologists found speaking to yourself in the second-person, for example saying “You can do it!” instead of “I can do it!” improved effort and task performance. It’s always good to learn new things about how to improve our self-talk and affirmations - I’m looking forward to more research in the future!

Psychologists found speaking to yourself in the second-person, for example saying “You can do it!” instead of “I can do it!” improved effort and task performance.

It’s always good to learn new things about how to improve our self-talk and affirmations - I’m looking forward to more research in the future!



The Science of Self-Affirmations

self-affirmations

How to use the powerful tool of affirmations to improve confidence + motivation.

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Try pretending to be someone else. Not to “fake” who you are, but just to temporarily view yourself in a new way.


Start Living More As Your Future Self

future self

The successful person is strongly connected to their “future self.” They see where they want to be in 5, 10, 20 years – and how they can start moving in that direction today.

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How to Improve Any Personality Trait

personality

A new study shows that your personality is often much more flexible than you realize - here are some great guidelines for improving any personality trait. 

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4 Ways to Reframe “Approach Anxiety” When Meeting New People

approach anxiety

Learn how to overcome and reframe “approach anxiety,” which is the common fear we all have of rejection and embarrassment before we meet someone new.

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How to Create Your Own Placebo Pills

placebo

How to create your own placebo pills to help improve focus, motivation, relaxation, happiness, intelligence, or anything related to self improvement!

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You can’t accomplish your goals unless you are first willing to leave your “comfort zone.”

You can’t accomplish your goals unless you are first willing to leave your “comfort zone.”