Am I good enough? Do I have enough experience to succeed? Do I deserve this opportunity? Are others better than me? These are the nagging questions that follow imposter syndrome — or a feeling of inadequacy and self-doubt even after success.
This week, mental performance coach Paige Tonz talks about overcoming imposter syndrome and coming into confidence and success both on the field and off.
In her work, Tonz helps girls discover their inner motivation at a time in their lives when a lot is changing and they’re only starting to understand their own potential and what it takes to reach it.
She helps them learn to skip the roadblocks that she encountered in her own life, in order to set them on a good path as they come into their own. It all comes down to mindset, accountability, and self-confidence, which are useful tools at any stage of life.
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Sometimes, the unexpected happens. You might have a bad play or a bad day at work. It’s important to learn how to readjust and refocus when things don’t go the way you wanted them to. It’s also crucial to reevaluate the routines you have every once in a while and make sure they’re still working for you.
Maybe you need to mix things up to get the most out of your day. This week, Tyler Johnson talks about how to educate, elevate, and rejuvenate your routines to live, work, and play to the max.
It starts with confidence in yourself, he says. By building off your core values, you can center yourself in strength and be able to jump right into the middle of opportunities — or compensate for setbacks — as they arise. With that confidence, you can approach situations with a good attitude, ready to learn, and put that knowledge into practice in your everyday life.
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Research has shown people are more likely to keep doing something they don’t enjoy in order to justify the investment of time and money they’ve already poured into it. That’s called the sunk cost mindset and this week learn how we can quit the bad cycles, get out of the quicksand, and start doing what we really want to do.
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If there’s one thing Charlie “The Spaniard” Brenneman is no stranger to, it’s transitions. He’s been a wrestler, a professional UFC fighter, and a Spanish teacher and is now a published author, motivational speaker, and podcaster.
Throughout his life, he’s found ways of putting his strengths to good use across many platforms, enabling him to transition from one path to another while carrying his best characteristics with him the whole way.
This week, Brenneman shares tips on becoming a tough and diligent lifelong learner. It’s about maintaining curiosity and having the perseverance to seek out new information. Brenneman’s view is that learning gets you what you want.
With so much information available these days, it’s possible to gain new skills and knowledge very quickly.
If you want to do something, Brenneman says, go out and find a way to do it. The world is full of opportunities; it’s up to you to take advantage of them.
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