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You don’t necessarily need a “reality distortion field” a la Steve Jobs to take control of your personal and professional success. But there is something to be said for plugging into the power of a positive attitude in order to ride the waves of reactive emotions that undoubtedly wash in when something we didn’t plan on happens. Herbert Lui has some suggestions for working to adjust your attitude in different situations to create better outcomes. He explains how expanding your thinking of what’s possible and unlearning self-limiting beliefs can help. And, Lui reminds us, “Whatever happens, you can manage it.” Important advice for uncertain times.
—Lydia Dishman, @LydiaBreakfast
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