You can use this exercise at all times when you want to reach a specific goal and reduce negative thought patterns that may prevent you from performing your best. This exercise requires continuous repetition to result in positive thought patterns which support peak performance.
The purpose of this exercise is to facilitate the formation of constructive thought patterns and habitual ways of thinking that can positively impact your performance. It supports your self-leadership skills and helps you to reach your goals. By carefully examining our dysfunctional beliefs and assumptions, and replacing them with constructive thought patterns, we can optimize our performance and better reach our goals. The building blocks for constructive thought patterns include more optimistic self-talk and mental self-evaluations. Even if this can seem obvious for many of us, we seldomly intentionally practise building constructive thought patterns that could support us in reaching our goals.
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