The Stories we tell Whitepaper oct 12

Most of us are fiction writers by nature – and these fictional stories have significant implications for performance.

We often create stories in our heads that are not based on reality, but on our innermost fears. Although story-telling seems harmless enough, the issue arises when we let our vivid imaginations get carried away and negatively impact our performance.  

Learn how your stories influence your emotions and, in turn, your behaviour, as well as the ways that you can intervene. It’s time to tell yourself the stories that will support optimal performance.

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October 01,2012 By Peter Jensen

Category: Managing Yourself

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