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Zeigarnik Effect ❓Do you tend to remember the details of a task that was left unfinished due to interruption? ❗️According to psychology, we are more prone to readily recall a partially completed activity that was interrupted. Named after Bluma Zeigarnik, a Lithuanian-Soviet psychologist, it was found that task interruption can improve our ability to remember it later, rather than reduce it. This is one of those psychological effects that are associated with our memory. This tendency allows us to remember interrupted or unfinished tasks better than the ones that were successfully completed. This phenomenon is commonly observed in soap operas or serialized comic books where they use a cliffhanger to make the audience eager for the next episode or issue.
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TOP 5 ways to invest in yourself 1. Read educational books. Books or audio books are an awesome resource to build your knowledge and expertise in any area. 2. Attend seminars and workshops to expand your knowledge and skills in your business and/or personal life. This will also give you the opportunity to meet and interact with individuals who are like-minded. 3. Take care of your health. Eat right each day, fueling your body with nutrients. Exercise daily. Do something every day to get moving and get your heart rate up, even, if it's just walking the dog. 4. Work on your bucket list. If you don't have a bucket list, then it's time to start one. 5. Invest in a coach. A coach can assist you in putting all of these strategies into action. A coach is your partner in success. It is their job to assist you in creating and implementing your success plan, so you can become the best that you can be.
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Got fed up with living under constant stress? - Just woke up and already feeling tired? - Anxiety? - Can't concentrate? - Insomnia? - Suffering from panic attacks and phobias? For 11 years has been solving these problems, using the scientific approach and his own method SIE-PSY (Simply Interestingly Efficiently)I'll teach you how to become active and confident — subscribe to my channel, or keep living your dull life:
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What Is Fight, Flight, or Freeze? In the year since his research, physiologists and psychologists have developed and refined Cannon's work, coming to a better understanding of how people react to threats. Thus defining what is now called fight, flight, freeze, and fawn: Fight: facing any perceived threat aggressively. Flight: running away from the danger. Freeze: unable to move or act against a threat. Fawn: immediately acting to try to please to avoid any conflict. Again, when one feels threatened, the body rapidly responds to the imminent danger. The underlying goal of springing into fight, flight, freeze, or fawn, is to decrease, end, or evade the danger to return to a state of calm and control.
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The fight or flight response is the body's natural physiological reaction to stressful, frightening, or dangerous events. It is activated by the perception of threat, quickly igniting the sympathetic nervous system and releasing hormones, preparing the body to face the threat or run to safety. The term "fight-or-flight" is our engrained survival instinct and represents the options our ancient ancestors could choose when dealing with dangerous environments. Back then, when you faced a hungry saber-tooth tiger, you could only run or fight. Many of the high-arousal situations we face in the modern world are more psychological in nature (e.g. a job interview). American physiologist, Walter Cannon, was the one to coin the term after realizing that an unconscious and automatic series of fast-acting reactions occurred inside the body to help assemble resources the body needs to manage threatening circumstances. He also called it the acute stress response.
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Have you ever wondered how astronauts really achieve their success? Most people believe that extreme high achievers like Olympians and Nobel Prize winners are simply a different breed. But high achievers are just like everyone else; they also have challenges, opportunities, fears, and stressors. What makes them different is also the key to their success: their unique mindset and approach. High achievers take something they are really good at and interested in and then apply a strong worth ethic, a solid foundation that is constantly being reinforced, and a commitment to lifelong learning through informal means.
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Choose to be happy! Happiness is a choice. Happy people choose to focus on the positive aspects of life, rather than the negative. They are not held hostage by their circumstances. They look at all the reasons to be grateful. "Most people are about as happy as they make up their minds to be."- Abraham Lincoln
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Top 4 Ways to Invest in Yourself 1. Set goals. If you're not taking the time to set goals it's like driving in the dark with the headlights turned off. 2. Honor your intuition. Valuing your intuition, by not allowing the thoughts, feelings or statements of others to take away from what you know to be true is very empowering. 3. Invest time in your creativity. Creativity can be the catalyst in the manifestation of continual learning and lifelong activity. It allows us to be inspired, have fun and appreciate the beauty in the world. 4. Invest in building your confidence. People who know their value, have something to say and others will listen. You can invest in yourself by developing an understanding of the value that you possess and offer others. Learn to have the courage to speak your truth. The more you love yourself and own the value that you offer, the more confident you will become in sharing it with others.
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One of the ways is to ⭐️ Think outside the box ‘You imagine what you desire; you will what you imagine; and at last you create what you will.’ In this quote, Bernard Shaw spells out poetically the process that leads to creation: it starts with imagination. This is relevant to decision-making because we often make the mistake of limiting our scope. If you are confronted with two or three options and you’re struggling to decide, what you might be missing is that there is at least one more creative option available to you. How can you think outside the box and see that other elusive option? One way is to adopt a childlike mindset. Adults can in fact train themselves to recapture their creative confidence. When primed to adopt a childlike mindset, for instance by experiencing the excitement and open-endedness of building with Lego bricks, adults can trigger their confidence and then boost their creative skills over time.
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❗️When faced with a difficult decision, it can be tempting to take the easy road and procrastinate. Procrastination is not the refusal to decide, or to ‘freeze’ a decision in time, rather it is the active decision to remain undecided. ⭐️It is only when you realise that procrastination is a decision that you will start finding this option less attractive. Moreover, indecision and procrastination do not postpone the pains of a decision to a future day: they multiply that pain by spreading it across every minute of every day, until you finally decide.
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Test your relationships on mutuality👇 💔 You initiate most communication 💔 You initiate most intimacy 💔 You spend a lot of your time apologizing 💔 You often change your plans to accommodate their schedule 💔 You frequently make excuses for their hurtful behaviors 💔 You are constantly worried they will leave 💔 Their goals have become your goals 💔 Their needs are the focus of the relationship, yours are not 💔 They often prioritize things over you (e.g., work, hobbies) 💔 You consider the relationship when making plans about the future (they don’t)
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How to Focus? People can be distracted both by internal forces, like wandering thoughts, and external cues, like the inviting ping of a text message. When the mind seeks, or is hijacked by, distraction, it can feel almost impossible to force ourselves to refocus or attention on the task at hand, especially if it’s boring or challenging. Some researchers who study attention view it as sort of muscle that can be strengthened with practice, and have hypothesized that certain strategies or techniques may be especially effective at building capacity over the long-term. One strategy that’s gained ground in recent years is mindfulness, which cultivates the brain’s ability to direct attention to specific cues. Success is limitless when Focus is the driver.
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❗️The ability to pay attention to important things and ignore the rest has been a crucial survival skill throughout human history! Attention helps us learn in school, get ahead in the workplace, and build successful relationships, but when it's compromised, achievement of any kind becomes far more challenging. ❓Do some people have shorter attention spans? The ability to focus on a particular task for an extended period of time can vary widely among individuals. Evolutionary psychologists speculate that individuals with long and short attention spans both had value in early human societies. The latter, for example, might have been novelty-seekers, more adventurous and quicker to migrate than others.
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There are many ways to relieve stress. 🎨 So if you're looking to switch up your usual ways, try something new like dancing, singing like no one's listening or take the time to draw something.
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People seen as daydreamers are often dismissed as inefficient or infantile. ❗️The truth may be far different. Psychologist Jerome Singer proposed that “happy daydreamers” drew on self-generated images, fantasies, and interior monologues to plot their futures, amuse themselves, and generate creative solutions for their challenges. Today, living in an environment full of distraction, some experts suggest that we should consider spending more time lingering in our daydreams. Rather than representing a lapse in attention, occasional mind-wandering could help us remember more effectively, solve problems more creatively, and maintain greater mental health. The benefits of daydreaming is feeling refreshed and more effective after they snapped back to attention. Unfocusing and refocusing, some experts believe, may be a secret to solving personal and professional challenges.
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❗️Stress can be brief, situational and a positive force motivating performance. WHY? Have you ever found yourself with sweaty hands on a first date or felt your heart pound during a scary movie? Then you know you can feel stress in both your mind and body. This automatic response developed in our ancient ancestors as a way to protect them from predators and other threats. Faced with danger, the body kicks into gear, flooding the body with hormones that elevate your heart rate, increase your blood pressure, boost your energy and prepare you to deal with the problem. These days, you’re not likely to face the threat of being eaten. But you probably do confront multiple challenges every day, such as meeting deadlines, paying bills and juggling childcare that make your body react the same way. As a result, your body’s natural alarm system—the “fight or flight” response—may be stuck in the on position. And that can have serious consequences for your health.
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⭐️ How to STOP comparing yourself to others According to a scientific study, about 75 % of the people reported feeling envious of someone. Comparison takes away time and energy, that could be spent on creating the life you desire. So here are 6 tips that can help you to stop comparing yourself to others: 1️⃣ Unfollow people on social media that make you feel bad about yourself 2️⃣ Practice naming things you like about yourself and things you are grateful for 3️⃣ Use your past self as the benchmark for comparison instead of others 4️⃣Collaborate with people instead of competing. There is room for more than one person to be successful/beautiful/smart/you name it. 5️⃣ Define what success means to you and pursue it. This can look different for everyone! 6️⃣ Practice a growth mindset and focus on learning.
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⭐️ Powerful Psychology Tricks You Can Use To Influence People Paraphrase their words and repeat back to show that you understand them. A positive way to win people over and influence them is to make them feel that you understand their feelings and empathize with them. The technique called Reflective Listening works well in this regard. You just need to paraphrase their words and repeat it back- this is an effective way to connect with people. 📊 Research shows that reflective listening used by therapists creates a good therapeutic relationship between the patient and therapist. People are likely to trust and express more emotions when this method is used. The same way, you can use this method while talking with your friends to make them feel more comfortable. Listen properly to what the person is saying, then rephrase it, turn it into a question, so that it confirms that you understand them.
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❓Success is often seen as the accomplishment of an end goal and is closely tied to external things like cultural expectations, social validation, and money. ❗️Success can also be the journey instead of the destination. It can mean growth and not giving up in the face of challenges or limiting beliefs. In this way success is more of an internal thing, and closely tied to your purpose.
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Do you control your body or does your body control you? is a channel for those who want to learn how to manipulate their body's biological processes, thereby optimizing its performance. If you: - Have trouble falling asleep and waking up for a long time - Not productive enough at work - You often feel tired, Then you should take up biohacking. Subscribe to to take control of your body!
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♦️ Common critical inner voices include: “You're ugly.” “You're so stupid.” “You're fat.” “There's something wrong with you.” “You're different from other people.” ⭐️ Three ways to change your Inner Voice: 1️⃣ Forgive yourself and forgive others. Most of the time, we use words not to communicate with someone, but to reaffirm our deepest hurts to help us to move on from those past hurts. 2️⃣ Tell yourself that you are fine just as you are. 3️⃣ Turn unkindness into something beautiful.
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❤️ The rule "4 hours a week" To invest time in your relationship may be more important than your workweek or what you eat. There are 168 hours in a week and your relationship deserves at least 4 of them—non-negotiable, dedicated time, committed to you and your partner. There’s an endless number of possible activities, and picking the right one isn’t just about doing something fun. Research shows that the key is to do activities that are New, Interesting, Challenging, and Exciting. The Top 5 most self-expanding activities: ⏺ Sex ⏹ Showing affection (e.g., cuddling) ⏺ Laughing together (e.g., watch something funny) ⏹ Thinking about the future (e.g., planning a vacation together) ⏺ Going out (e.g., going to dinner, a movie, etc. ). Research on ballroom dancing shows that couples who go dancing together report happier relationships.
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Wanna understand yourself? - a channel with psychological tests where you can get to know yourself and become a better person! - Get to know your personality - Learn your temper - Take intelligence and creativity tests - Find out who's best suited to your personality The channel has all of the answers:
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❓ Why do people blame others? The reason why people usually blame others is that it's a quick escape from guilt. Blame is an incredibly easy and effortless tactic to use when we feel defensive. ... When we blame others, we refuse responsibility for our contributions to the problem. When we blame others for our mistakes, we learn less and perform worse. Repeated blaming leads to decreased health and well-being. Blaming others and holding blame inside yourself creates a negative mental state.
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⭐️Trick to influence : When someone is wrong, don’t point it out to them. You may be tempted to correct someone who’s wrong, but never do that! As Dale Carnegie explains in his famous book, How To Win Friends And Influence People, pointing out someone’s mistakes does the reverse of making them fond of you. Directly telling a person that he/she is wrong hurts their ego to the very core. A polite conversation where you express your disagreement is a better way to go about it. This technique is called Ransberger Pivot, by Ray Ransberger and Marshall Fritz. It’s pretty simple, they suggest that you don’t start arguing straight away, rather you listen and understand what they’re saying and how and why they feel the way they do. And when you begin talking, start by explaining the common ground that you share with the person, and then move on to explaining your views more deeply. This way you get a chance to correct them without hurting their ego, and they will actually listen to what you’re saying.
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❗️If you boyfriend is controlling you - that is not true love. Controlling partners make you feel like you're in debt to them all of the time, and they want to handle all of your decision-making abilities. Here’s a look at 10 Signs of a Controlling Personality: 1. They make you think everything’s your fault 2. They criticize you all the time 3. They don’t want you to see the people you love 4. They always expect something in return and make you feel guilty if you don’t do what they want. 5. They underplay your experience by lying or accusing you of being overly sensitive. 6. They intimidate you 7. They’re moody. 8. They don’t take ‘no’ for an answer 9. They’re unreasonably jealous 10. They try to change you ❗️If you find yourself relating to the above signs, take a moment to be honest with yourself about the situation and assess whether these controlling patterns have become abusive.
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Conflict has many arenas. It happens at home, the office, the family table. ⭐️ It’s smart to have some phrases in your quiver that can aid you in conflict resolution in the workplace, at home, or any other arena. The phrases below, offered by experts, all work to acknowledge feelings, ensure people feel heard, and let them know that you want to assist them with an issue, not brush it under the rug. “I really appreciate you being willing to discuss this.” “Tell me one little thing I can do to help right now.” “I can see you’re upset.” “Let’s clarify …” “I’m happy to talk about it, as long as we play cards afterwards.” “I hear that’s important to you. I’m asking you to consider my perspective.” “I want us to talk even though things might not get resolved.” “I bet we can agree on three things.” “That was your experience, not mine, and I can’t say it was wrong.” “I can do better.” “I feel something is weird. I just want to talk about it. Would now be okay?”
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Patient has an appointment with his psychologist - Doctor, I have a lot of problems! I can't cope with them! What do I do now? Dear, everyone is given by Lord the problems he is able to bear. So here is the deal - either you can deal with these problems or these problems have no relation to you. Remember! Don't take problems which are not yours
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❗️Too much copper can have a powerful effect on the mind and alter mood and behaviour. Research has shown that too much copper can inhibit and block the neurotransmission of GABA, one of the main calming neurotransmitters in the central nervous system (5, 6, 42). It’s no wonder that anxious people find such relief from alcohol and anti-anxiety medications, as they both activate GABA receptors in the brain. The anxious person’s fatigued body can’t keep up with their overactive mind, and medication often becomes necessary. ❗️But instead of taking drugs, people need to consider supplementing with zinc. Zinc is an essential trace mineral that activates several hundred enzymatic reactions, including brain and nervous system function and neurotransmission. The key takeaway here is that if you suffer from chronic anxiety, you need to work on lowering your copper to zinc ratio, as it is likely very high at this point.
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😏 We often complain that time is passing very slowly or moving too fast. Indeed, it is unpredictable and surprises us every now and then. Sometimes things just happen, and we don’t get the chance to prepare ourselves to absorb it, whether it’s success or failure. Sometimes we wait so long but nothing happens. But it just takes place in the least excepted moment. The truth is that everything happens at its right time.
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"Everything happens for a reason.” The philosopher Aristotle explains it perfectly. Aristotle believed that everything happening to you today has a purpose because it turns you into the person you are becoming. When someone is in your life for a REASON, it is usually to meet a need you expressed outwardly or inwardly. ❗️They have come to assist you through a difficulty; to provide you with guidance and support; to aid you physically, emotionally or spiritually. They may seem like a godsend, and they are.
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❗️You won’t find a perfect man or a woman. Because where is no “perfect” man or woman. ❗️Other than that, you won’t find a perfect partner. But you can find a partner who’s a match for you. ❌Instead of thinking “My partner is perfect.” Think: “My partner is compatible for me.” Two imperfect beings who are a compatible match for each other. It takes two imperfect beings to make a relationship perfect.
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⭐️ The list of Compliments any type of Relationships. These compliments focus on how the person relates to others. 1 You're an awesome friend. 2 You're more helpful than you realize. 3 Hanging out with you is always fun. 4 The way you always know when someone needs something is amazing. 5 Being around you makes everything better. 6 You should be thanked more often. Thank you. 7 Our community is better because you're in it. 8 Someone is getting through something hard right now because you've got their back. Nice work. 9 You always know just what to say. 10 The people you love are lucky to have you in their lives. 11 Any team would be lucky to have you on it. 12 You're inspiring. 13 You have a good head on your shoulders. 14 The way you treasure your loved ones is incredible. 15 You're a gift to those around you. 16 You are beautiful on the inside and outside.
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