“The best way to combat negativity bias is to embed as many positive experiences and memories in our brain as possible.” Marie Forleo

“The best way to combat negativity bias is to embed as many positive experiences and memories in our brain as possible. Let’s say a friend sends you an email thanking you for a great weekend together. Don’t just say ‘well that’s sweet’ and archive it. Spend at least 20 seconds soaking in the memories from that weekend. The goal here is to really cement that positivity in your mind.” Marie Forleo

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"The fear you feel is the juice. Use it to your advantage. Fear is just adrenaline. It's how you're interpreting that adrenaline." Bill Krebs, television writer

Creative anxiety is extremely common. "The fear you feel is the juice. Use it to your advantage. Fear is just adrenaline. It's how you're interpreting that adrenaline." In this episode, Liz and Sarah invite you to celebrate Self Improvement September!Source: Episode 16: Conquering Anxiety -- One Page at a Time • Happier in Hollywood

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"I believe that you have an idea inside of you that probably could change the very world around you." Todd Henry

"I believe that you have an idea inside of you that probably could change the very world around you. I also know that many of us allow those ideas to die on the vine. Because of social pressure. Because of lack of support. Because of lack of courage to take the first necessary steps to put those ideas in the world." Todd Henry Source: The Power of Onlyness (with Nilofer Merchant) - Accidental Creative

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