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Selecting Goals

Efficacy & Growth Mindset:

Self-efficacy Self-efficacy is the belief that you are capable of successfully carrying out tasks. Whilst self-esteem relates to a global evaluation of your life, self-efficacy is how you feel about your ability in any given specific area. How we feel about our ability to do… Read More »Efficacy & Growth Mindset:

Daily Journal:

You probably know what you want and need in life:  Being more organized, developing your career, becoming a better communicator, overcome bad habits, be happier, or be more self-confident. However, getting there might be hard in the short and long term, as it requires effort,… Read More »Daily Journal:

How to Learn From Your Failures:

Evidence suggests that most people struggle to grow from mistakes and defeats. Why do people avoid the lessons of failure? There are lots of emotional and cognitive obstacles to learning from failure. Overcoming feelings of failure Failure bruises the ego, that metaphorical seat of our self-esteem and self-importance. When we… Read More »How to Learn From Your Failures:

Accomplishment & Goals:

Achieving goals has been found to enhance wellbeing over time. Pride is a positive emotion that you can experience when you accomplish something personally meaningful to you. Positive emotions are connected with a host of benefits (greater creativity, connection with others, openness to new opportunities,… Read More »Accomplishment & Goals:

Understanding Feedback:

Feedback is an essential skill for leaders. But there is a fundamental problem with all types of feedback: it focuses on the past, on what has already occurred—not on the infinite variety of opportunities that can happen in the future. As such, feedback can be limited… Read More »Understanding Feedback: