10 Feel Good Factors

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Pustak Mahal, Nov 5, 2006 - 149 pages
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The author here first lists the 10 main 'feel-good' factors, and then goes about guiding on how to achieve them. However, he forewarns against pitfalls in such pursuit, but shows how to continue to have the 'feel-good' factor even in times of struggle. He lays importance on the need to remain cheerful and think good even when nothing seems to go right. the author says, 'it is possible to remain happy...' Being able to manage and change your feelings is one of the most important things in life and career. You may have all the rational reasons in the world to do something, but then your emotions can just sweep in and pull everything to a grinding halt. Having your feelings to work for you, instead of against you can have an electrifying effect on your life. There are many ways to change how you feel. Here are 10 ways that don't include chocolate, pain or alcohol and that actually work. All of them might not work right away; it's a bit like learning to ride a bike. You don't learn it by reading about it and the first few times you try, you might fall. But remember when you were a kid learning to ride a bike. You just got up of the ground, brushed yourself of and got on that bike again and again and again. the author reminds that it's easy to be overcome by negative internal chatter. 'I can't do this, what if they think I'm incompetent, God I'm going to fail, I'm going to fail and why did I take this shirt, it's so ugly'. And so on. When preparing for a meeting, taking an examination, an interview, or a presentation, asking someone for a date or anything that makes you really nervous, recall your positive memories from similar experiences. Remember the times when you were confident and relaxed during previous meetings and interviews. Let a few of your best memories wash over you. Let them drown out your negative thoughts. You will get to have such long-drive examples pinned throughout for your successful launch. Focusing on these positive experiences instead of those negative ones that always seem to be closer at hand can make a big difference. Learning to direct you feelings more and more have implications beyond feeling better.

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