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Dr Peggy Marshall
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The Negative Thinking Spiral

Complicating the negativity bias is our memories which are either implicit or explicit. Although explicit memory is typically a positive phenomenon, what is stored in implicit memory is more often negatively biased. As we access these memories we continue to build more energy for the negative and may even perceive events as negative due to memories rather than what is actually happening in the moment. Click here for the full article.
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Fear in the Midst of Change

fear puts our brains into a negative mindset and induces worry. Hugh Prather in “The Little Book of Letting Go” shares that there are several attitudes that enable the worrier. First, believing that it is natural to worry. We develop this belief because we know so many people who do worry and accept it as a natural part of living Click here for the full article.
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Blocks to Change

When we believe that the cost of making a change outweighs the potential success of the change, we pull back avoiding making the change. Click here for the full article.
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What Would MY Life

I am too busy-which translates into I don’t have enough time or it will take a long time. How many times have you heard “time is all you have”? Click here for the full article.
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Controlling the Noise of Life

One of my roles was to connect the book “Before Happiness” by Shawn Achor to increasing personal performance. If you read my blog last month, you know I am a big fan of Shawn’s. I am going to focus on one specific skill from the book-noise cancellation Click here for the full article.
Dr Peggy Marshall
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A Decided Heart

What does it take to have a decide heart? You have to be in touch with what you really really want. It sounds fairly easy-however-for some individuals it is not. First, according to Jack Canfield (2) in “The Principles of Success”, our early programming can get in our way. Click here for the full article.