Open Your Eyes with McKay Christensen
1 year ago

S1E11 - The Power of Positive Reframing

Do you ever wonder why some people know exactly where they’re headed and are willing to take calculated risks? Why, no matter what they face, they are determined and have clear-headed goals? They have the power of positive reframing. In this episode, McKay gives insights to what positive reframing is about, beginning with the story of the scientist, Galileo, and how he was able to reframe his mindset despite criticism. McKay also shares his personal story of reframing, goes on to discuss the benefits of reframing your mindset, and finishes by sharing some reframing tools that you can use to help get you started. The Finer Details of This Episode:

  • A lesson from the man who proved that the Earth orbits, Galileo Galilei.

  • How your belief window affects your life.

  • The thinking of the best golfers—Jack Nicklaus’ principle.

  • The positive expectancy of Jeff Bezos— The Amazon story.

  • How McKay changed his mindset with the help of his teacher.

  • Why you should step up and take calculated risks.

  • Building your belief window through cognitive framing.

  • 4 basic steps to reframing your mindset.

  • A reframing technique health practitioners use.

  • 4 reframing tools you can apply immediately.

Quotes: “People who are not moved seem to have a fixed view and the ability to only see their end goal.” “This prevailing view interprets all that goes on in your life.” “Too many of us fail to take calculated risks in life.” “What lens are you looking through? What is your frame of reference? What telescope, so to speak, is forming or framing your belief?” “You've got it inside you. Step up and be yourself.” “The stuff of life is made from a new purpose.” “Everything in your life has improved by passion and challenge.” “Doubt is a mental habit, and it can, and does, spread to other areas of your life.” “Failure is simply the opportunity to begin again.”

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