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Playing The “What If” Game Born to Be a Badass

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In this episode, Cynthia discusses:
Playing the positive or negative “what if” game. The “what if” game as a useful tool in preparing for unknown and potential dangers. Mental Blueprints: Imagining scenarios and possible solutions to those scenarios Not dwelling on the negative “What ifs.”


Key Takeaways:
Create a “mental blueprint” or programming for your brain that helps you to react more quickly and work through the fight, flight, or freeze modes. You freeze when you have no blueprint. Work through “What ifs” that you are most likely to encounter or deal with in multiple situations and all the variables that may occur. Playing “what if” is a beneficial way to prepare for things, instead of thinking about all the things that could go wrong. Let the “what if” game guide you and help you address concerns and questions you may have.  
CONNECT WITH CYNTHIA:
If you'd like to chat with Cynthia, sign up for your Personal Safety Preparedness Consultation with her today!
Remember to subscribe to "Born to Be A Badass" so that you don't miss a single episode, and join us in the "Born to Be A Badass Collective" group on Facebook. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated!
If you work in the self-defense world, are a survivor, a healer or otherwise BADASS woman and you would like to be interviewed by Cynthia, reach out at cynthia@jolicoeur.com
To learn more about previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to Apple Podcasts or here.
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In this episode, Cynthia discusses:
Playing the positive or negative “what if” game. The “what if” game as a useful tool in preparing for unknown and potential dangers. Mental Blueprints: Imagining scenarios and possible solutions to those scenarios Not dwelling on the negative “What ifs.”


Key Takeaways:
Create a “mental blueprint” or programming for your brain that helps you to react more quickly and work through the fight, flight, or freeze modes. You freeze when you have no blueprint. Work through “What ifs” that you are most likely to encounter or deal with in multiple situations and all the variables that may occur. Playing “what if” is a beneficial way to prepare for things, instead of thinking about all the things that could go wrong. Let the “what if” game guide you and help you address concerns and questions you may have.  
CONNECT WITH CYNTHIA:
If you'd like to chat with Cynthia, sign up for your Personal Safety Preparedness Consultation with her today!
Remember to subscribe to "Born to Be A Badass" so that you don't miss a single episode, and join us in the "Born to Be A Badass Collective" group on Facebook. While you're at it, won't you take a moment to write a short review and rate our show? It would be greatly appreciated!
If you work in the self-defense world, are a survivor, a healer or otherwise BADASS woman and you would like to be interviewed by Cynthia, reach out at cynthia@jolicoeur.com
To learn more about previous guests, listen to past episodes, and get to know your host, go to Apple Podcasts or here.
Connect with me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Linkedin

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