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Mental Toughness - A 3D approach to success
When we think of the idea of success, whatever that might look like to you, how do we take the first step in achieving "success"?
What does it take to achieve your goals and reach the desired outcomes that you aim for?
In this episode, we will use a Mental Toughness approach and utilize a 3-dimensional strategy that can be used in every aspect of life in order to achieve success.
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Getting over Guilt
Guilt has an incredible way of popping up even when we’re barely doing anything "wrong" at all.
Most of us learn guilt throughout normal childhood development. Guilt alerts us when we’ve stepped outside of the boundaries of our core values. It makes us take responsibility when we’ve done something wrong and helps us to develop a greater sense of self-awareness.
The feeling of guilt forces us to examine how our behaviour affects others and make changes so that we don’t make the same mistake again.
However, there is a MASSIVE difference between “healthy” and “unhealthy” guilt.
How can we learn to deal with guilt — accepting it when it is appropriate and letting it go when it’s unnecessary?
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How to get over Shame
Shame is among the most “use-less” of human emotions, with the power to convince us that that little voice in our head is right after all—you know, the one that says “You’re not good enough,” or “You’ll never really belong,” or “Who would actually love you?”
It’s not only an excruciatingly painful feeling, but also a universal one. Rich or poor, overweight or fit, successful or barely making eds meet, we all experience shame from time to time, whether we admit it or not (and we usually don’t).
Shame can force us to alienate ourselves and seek refuge in unhealthy manners such as or addiction, violence, aggression, depression, eating disorders and bullying.
Hence why it’s crucial that we learn ways to deal with it and to build healthy barriers against it.
How to deal with Blame
Life isn’t perfect.
Things go wrong, mistakes are made, accidents and unforeseen circumstances happen, and at times our hopes get shattered.
Through all of life's experiences and the challenges we each face; is your default reaction to find somebody or something else to blame?
A lot of things that happen to us are the result of multiple contributing factors, and can be caused by a mix of our own actions as well as those of other people.
Life is not a spectator sport and our interaction in it is what causes the experiences we have.
If you find yourself trying to pass the buck for every mistake you make, then it’s probably gotten you into trouble in the past…
…especially if you try to shift the blame onto your partner, family, best friends, or people you have to work closely with.
Life is all about making mistakes. Because it’s when we go through and moving past the mistakes that we learn how to do things right, isn't it?
If we never accept that we’ve made a mistake, how can we ever learn to do things better?
With that in mind, let’s have a think about some of the reasons why we can be tempted to blame others, followed by a look at how to kick the habit of shifting the blame for our problems.
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Are you a lover or a slave?
With all the mass hypnosis in the world today and the constant onslaught of who’s “right” and who’s “wrong”, what we “should” and what we “shouldn’t”, what is “acceptable” and what is “not acceptable” ...
Who has stopped for a moment and wondered:
“Who was I before society told me who I should be?”
“Who do I WANT to be, without the division of race, ethnicity, religion or vaccination status?”
“What are my values, and where did I learn them?”
Let’s look at these and other ideas in this episode of The Mindwalker Method™ podcast.
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Getting lost in your goals
With so much focus on goal setting, achievement of those goals, desired outcomes and always pushing forward towards bigger and better things... Society has taught us that there is no such thing as “enough” and that we are to constantly seek more and more...
But where do we draw the line between ‘driven’ and ‘obsessed’; and where is the point where we are free enough to decide that happiness is a state of being and not an achievement?
In this episode of The Mindwalker Method ™ we look at how goals can become a stumbling block in their own regard and how to avoid the trap of getting lost in your goals.
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