Our brains make us focus on errors. What if we could focus more on successes?
In this video, Jenni shares:
Spending more time focusing on our mistakes creates an avoid-errors mindset. What we want to do is to move toward achieving excellence rather than away from failure.
The next time you or someone around you makes a mistake, yes, of course, acknowledge it and learn from it, AND take time to focus on the great things, the successes, you and those around you are accomplishing.
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