Believes to learn how to have a good day you have to recognize your perceptions of reality are shaped by whatever you decide are your priorities and assumptions before the day begins. (video)
Thinks learning how to respond with a “positive no” can help you make better choices with your time and resources.
“Mimicking the physical actions associated with feeling happy, confident, and relaxed appears to tell your brain that you are in fact happy, confident, and relaxed, creating a self-fulfilling loop.”
Has a three-step routine you can use to alter your own reality including to get clear on your aim and focus your attention.
Believes there are four types of people you need in order to make change happen in a group of people.
“So many of us end up drifting through our days, letting it happen to us rather than taking control.”
Suggests strong leaders share three traits including a willingness to show love and making it easy for others to tell them what’s really going on.
Thinks we can manage ourselves just as effectively as we manage the work we’re given if we start small. (video)
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