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Developing a Confident Mindset

Simple Ways to Change the Negative Narrative that Undermines

Language:  English
We all have what's called negative bias, which impacts what we believe about ourselves and our capabilities. Learn ways to undermine that negative bias, so it no longer undermines your confidence.
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We have 60,000 to 80,000 thoughts per day. That’s approximately 1.2 thoughts per second. With thoughts coming at us quickly and constantly, it’s nearly impossible to keep every one of them positive. We’re bound to have some negative ones that play on a loop and become a habit. A habit that ultimately undermines our confidence level.This book explores ways to identify and rewrite the crappy narratives. Essentially turning down the volume on the inner critic, so you become unstoppable personally and professionally.

About the Author

Pam Aks (Thomas), M.S., PCC, RMT is a cutting-edge mindset coach and founder of What's Within U, an international coaching practice. Named one of the top 20 Business Coaches in Phoenix by Influence Digest, Pam has helped thousands of people change their "Can't" mindset to one that can and does. Pam is also on faculty at the University of Texas at Dallas in their Executive and Professional Coaching Certificate Program.

  • About the author
  • Introduction
  1. Why Mindset Matters to Confidence
    1. The impact of mindset on what we see, do, feel, and believe
    2. Negative bias: what it is and what it does
    3. Retraining and rewiring your brain to create more confident narratives
  2. Negative Narrative Is Like Bacteria; It Grows in the Dark
    1. Beware of the triggers; rumination, fear, and worry
    2. Using your emotions to spot the narrative
    3. The squeezed and the constricted
  3. Easy to Use Experiments to Rewrite and Rewire
    1. The mindfulness and the present moment experiment
    2. Curiosity didn’t kill the cat; it killed the negative narrative
    3. Experimenting with options
    4. How to not allow missing information to create a story of catastrophe
    5. Looking for the “wins.”
    6. Avoid becoming fried and crispy
  4. Extra Bonus Material: Giving Your Confidence THE L.I.F.E TECHNIQUE©
  5. Conclusion
  • References
About the Author

Pam Aks