Every interaction we have with others is a reflection of our beliefs about ourselves, and we have the opportunity to learn from each difficult interaction.
You need risk, but it’s definitely not physical risk. The brain can’t tell the difference between social fear and physical fear.
And within each of those goals is a daily practice… your daily practice. Whatever that looks like for you.
If I can tell my children to read one post of mine, it would be this post.
They need you as much as you need them. Most people don’t realize that in the heat of a negotiation.
When given the chance, opt to be a good and kind person. We don’t always get chances and often it is too late to practice this muscle.
Having the need for constant contact can be a huge turnoff. Relying on another person for 100% of your happiness well inevitably leave you disappointed.
Was it because you don’t think people are kind to you? Was it because you didn’t want to be taken advantage of? Was it because you don’t think you deserve kindness and so you’re not going to give it to anybody else?
Many millions of words have been spent on changing behavior. Changing beliefs is perhaps more touchy of a subject.
Our brains aren’t perfect. In fact, when it comes to decision making, they are extremely outdated.