Be Happier: Helping Professionals Train a Positive Mindset

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By: The Whil Team | Last Updated: Sep 8, 2020

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According to Stanford University research, the average person has about 60,000 thoughts per day - and 80% of them are negative ruminations about the past and the future. In this webinar, learn why the average professional is plagued by unhealthy ruminations of the mind. Learn skills to change that through micro-learning techniques to train a positive mindset as your default mode. Imagine replacing all that unhealthy time with thoughts that are more open, curious, accepting, nonjudgmental and positive.

Takeaways:
  • The science behind brain training.

  • The natural pitfalls and tendencies of the human brain - and how to overcome them.

  • Practices to tilt your own mind towards a positivity bias

 

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