On the next episode of Balance Cubed we will be discussing the impact of the spoken word. How many times do we use throw away words? Like Statements “I’m so stupid” , “how can I be so dumb?”, or “I’m such a procrastinator”.
The process of achievement especially at the high-performance levels require deliberate practiced discipline.
During our last coaching session we discussed the “5 disciplines of deliberate practice”.
📖 Read through and let us know what stands out to you?
🧠Target the brain to build confidence and to help to manage uncertainty at work:
👉🏻Frame your goal without using the words “not”. Reframe the goal using positive affirmation.
👉🏻Affect Labeling: naming a feeling you get when you describe your “North Star”. How do you feel physically?
👉🏻Speak to yourself in the 2nd and 3rd person party. This makes you feel less afraid and allows you to control your emotions better.
🌦Uncertainty distorts how we see things
📉75% of people believe something bad is going to happen, even when that’s not the case. This behavior is referred to as “negativity biases”.
The most advanced type of training is called deliberate practice – defined by expert guru Anders Ericsson as, “Engagement with full concentration in a training activity designed to improve a particular aspect of performance with immediate feedback, and opportunities for gradual refinement by repetition and problem solving.”