How to Use Reframing In Uncertain Times
I remember Dr. Gecha, my surgeon and good friend that performed both patellar tendon rupture surgeries on me; asking me how I could have such a positive frame of mind the second time it happened.
He actually invited me to speak to a group of surgeons about mindset because he felt that was the missing piece for all their patients that were undergoing surgeries.
Well, it’s somethingI have honed over the years, this ability to reframe. It is a skill and all skills can be learned.
Here is the Mind Map lesson:
If you don’t want to watch it, just ask yourself these two questions:
-What’s great about this current situation?
-How is this situation going to help make you the greatest version of yourself?
Be unconventional - Kyle
1- We will be prepping for our annual Fat Shredder Contest. Tentative start was mid-April, but stay tuned as it may be pushed back. You’ll see info so you can start planning within the week!
2-Check out this podcast I did on Resistance, this relevant now more than ever: http://unlockingyourinnerstrength.libsyn.com/uyis001-resistance-is-a-bitch