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The Scientific Approach to Personal Mastery

When it comes to personal growth, it's easy to just wing it. We live life and believe that we'll automatically learn from our experiences and log those lessons into our memories. We're heavily influenced by the self-improvement fad of the month or the advice we're hearing from friends, family, colleagues and the media. This take-life-as-it-comes approach is [...]

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How to Give Yourself Feedback

For many of us, we strive to be better today than we were yesterday. One of the best ways to achieve that is to get quality feedback. When it comes to feedback, we tend to ask other people because we fear our blind spots and propensity for self-delusion. Unfortunately, it's not always convenient or helpful [...]

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3 Reasons Why Most People are Bad Communicators

Every day you miscommunicate something to someone. You don't do it intentionally but it happens. It actually happens all the time, you just don’t know it. The only time you realize there is a miscommunication is when something bad happens and even then you may not think it was because of bad communication. The good things is [...]

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How to Stay Calm in the Face of Criticism

No one likes to be criticized. Dale Carnegie, when giving advice on how to influence people and win friends, tells his readers that there is never a good time to criticize. As you may have already concluded, not everyone agrees with Dale. I never liked criticism. It always triggered an automatic reaction in me that [...]

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How Fear of Failure Stops You From Being Your Best

Growing up, I always thought failing was a bad thing. No one wanted to fail. It was something I avoided or kept secret if it did happen. As I study more and more successful people, I realize that this type of thinking has held me back tremendously from reaching my full potential. Let me explain... [...]

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