“My success is the outcome of my work. I am willing to do the work.” Delice Coffey
Did you know…
The practice of positive self-talk is something that can be learned and can be extremely useful in managing the mental and physical symptoms of performance anxiety?
A research by Dr. Frode Moen, an associate professor at the Department of Education at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, suggests that self-talk isn’t just an invisible meaningless cloud, it actually creates connections and structures in the brain which if reinforced repeatedly, create a kind of broadband connection between thought and success or failure.
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