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Four qualities of a Helpful Mindset

Monday, January 27, 2020

1. Develop Awareness- When you're more conscious of your thoughts (without judging them- that's the most important part),. You can begin to understand how those thought d will affect your feelings and your behaviors. Then you can explore the ways that shifting your thoughts may impact your actions.
2. Alter your perspective- It's easy to get stuck on what's going wrong. Instead transition your focus to whats going well. View setbacks as opportunities that can help you grow. For instance reflect on three things you are grateful for big or small and write it down.
3. Remember what Matters most to You - Your Why is the reason you want to be healthier. It may differ from mine because it's yours alone. Keeping it in mind helps you to connect to the things that matter most to You. Setting you on a path that will bring you closer to your personal Goal.
4. Practice self-compassion- Remember No One is perfect, and we all hit setbacks. Ask yourself how would you encourage a friend who is struggling? Applying that mindset to Yourself can keep you on track.
For in Life , many things don't go according to plan. If you fall, get right back up and keep plugging away. If you should stumble my friends , regain your balance.
Never Give Up ! You Can Do It!!!
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    How did I not see this before now?? I guess sometimes we find these things when we need them!
    I really like all four points in this blog and they really apply during the isolation we all feel during this Covid Era. Right now number 2, alter your perspective is a good one for me to focus on - I need to focus on the things I can control instead of all the chaos I cannot control at all. I'm switching my perspective to "inward" for awhile!
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    Wonderful! Thanks for posting this!

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