- I can
The problem for many people is to think that you “can’t do it” and make you miss out on a lot of life opportunities. Although actually
We cannot be everything. But telling yourself to stay in the “can” attitude gives you the courage to try it for a while. In addition, in terms of science
The higher your chances that you think you can do it. As well as the opportunity for you to fully recover your talent.
This is different from the fact that you tell yourself “you can’t”, which is known as closing the door from the start.
Best time to use: Run into a problem or a new assignment that seems new to us.
- I was wrong
Admitting yourself is wrong may sound like a stupid eye, but believe it, telling yourself to take responsibility.
It is an important step in learning many things. Likewise Informing yourself that you are involved in a mistake will make you part of the work that needs to be done.
And it gives you a new perspective instead of seeing you have nothing to do with it or hovering over the problem. That will prevent you from learning anything from what happened.
Best time to use: When problems arise. Have made a mistake with the job done
- What else can we do?
Although the work you have done may have already been completed. But it may not have been successful or most effective. The necessary attitude is trying to think
What are you going to do to get better? Although it might sound tiring and put an added burden on yourself, many times
It will be an important moment that takes your work to the next level. Including yourself
When to use it: You have finished your work, but there is still time to improve or revise. Or when you start to feel that you have more time to spare.
- So what?
Many times in our lives, there are always things called “excuses” or “excuses” in our lives.
To put ourselves in a comfortable spot and not be hot, even though it actually gives us many opportunities. Choosing your own garden
In order to grab something better (Although it may have to be more tiring), it is worth doing as well.
When to use it: When you start to feel that you have excuses. Come to not do good things Or something useful in your life
- What’s the next step?
When you can bring yourself to a certain point At first you will be happy with it.
And many times it makes myself feel “enough” that you don’t want to learn or try anything else.
It might be speaking that seems to put some pressure on yourself. But successful people are people who try to push themselves to a higher point than what they are today.
Whether to work better, faster Or go to a more challenging level The way to do this is to keep him improving himself.
And until I realize again He would go further than the point he had thought he wanted to go.
When to use it: When you have completed something. Or when you do something that you become used to being too familiar
- It’s okay.
Anyone can make mistakes. But it’s not like you have to be overwhelmed by the mistake that you can’t get up to.
Or become the police that hold you back, telling yourself it’s okay is something you should do to forgive yourself.
Look at your self worth in order to get up and move on.
When to use it: When you feel guilty about something that you give up or stop working on it.
- We are not alone.
When we are faced with that problem, many times it will push us into a state of thinking that we are lonely or that no one understands us.
Although it may not really be like that. It is imperative that you try to get yourself out of the black box asap.
Remind yourself that you still have other people. At your side Someone who loves you There are people who care about you. Or even with the problem of that job
Still have your colleagues This is important to avoid causing you to become overly frustrated or dazed.
When to use it: When you are very frustrated. And felt that the surroundings did not know who to turn to