🤔 ‘I could try, but I’d just mess up.’ Negativity calling the shots, ? Use this 1 Q to decide from a place of hope—not fear.
Studies show we’re hardwired with a ‘negativity bias.’ What that means: We think more about a potential negative outcome than a positive one when we make decisions.
Today, if you’re making a decision, challenge your negativity bias by asking: Am I deciding from a place of hope or fear?
Ex. That new task at work. Fear: Nope, it might go wrong. Hope: Sure, it *could* go right.
Remember, : ‘Hope is a form of planning’ – Gloria Steinem.