POWER TOOL #3: REPETITION
Almost without exception, those we know as masters are zealots of practice, connoisseurs of the small incremental step.
ONLY REPETITION REWIRES
We are what we repeatedly do.
As you recall, the first two steps in The Rewire Response are (1) Recognize—observe any negative or unhealthy thoughts or feelings with curiosity, not criticism; and (2) Reframe—find ways to perceive the situation differently. These steps have one purpose: to transform your thinking, which will set you up to successfully engage in the third step, Respond Differently, not habitually. This third step, like an ignition key, actually switches on the rewiring process.
But without consciously and constantly employing the ...