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Improve Your Mental Flexibility

It is no mystery to anyone that content creation requires powerful mental flexibility. You should be available for any changes and switch your strategy at the last minute many times. And you also need to learn new skills besides dealing with many failures, sometimes.

In one of my articles, I shared ten ways you can improve mental flexibility. And here is an infographic that could help you with that.

Improve your mental flexibility
Improve your mental flexibility

If you want to improve your mental flexibility, you can try out these ten suggestions:

  1. Think with purpose and find the motivation behind your goals.
  2. Reframe failures so that you can manage them without giving up.
  3. Align with your values to maintain high motivation even when things are not going great.
  4. Learn to stop when you are too stressed or when something is not working after trying everything you could.
  5. Be reckless and stop caring too much about what people say or which should be the best way to accomplish a goal.
  6. Try new things to learn new skills and acknowledge what you like and hate.
  7. Investigate your thoughts and find negative thoughts that might demotivate or destroy your projects.
  8. Apologize when you realize you made many mistakes and will make many more.
  9. Create a support system with people that could help you get over a bad day.
  10. Have fun and enjoy the process, or you will never transform your passion into a job.

And if you need more instructions on how to do this self-improvement challenge, you can read the relative article.

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