Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Dr. Gary Bradt: Letting Go of Mental Anchors Key for Change and Growth
In his latest blog post, change expert and psychologist Dr. Gary Bradt describes mental anchors as a way of thinking that impacts our ability to change and grow. These "mental anchors" are the things we say to ourselves that drag us down and hold us back from being our best, such as "I am not good enough" or "I am not smart enough."
We all have them, even the most successful among us. And surprisingly, successful people might even have more of them. But never fear -- Dr. Bradt says learning to identify and release our mental anchors can "accelerate professional growth, reduce stress and improve personal happiness." And he's offering up some great tips on how to do just that...
To follow Dr. Bradt's upcoming tips on how to release and let go of your own mental anchors,
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