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sukanto Kuri
Jun 25, 2022
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The wonderful TED talk on Angela Lee Duckworth's "Grit: The Power of Photo Retouching Passion and Patience" reminded me of my workshop to increase creativity and determination. Duckworth talks about how the "grit" is the best predictor of success in any situation. This is a characteristic that is increasingly being advocated as a "growth mindset" by top tech companies. I have found that the best way to develop and maintain a growth mindset over the long term is in the day-to-day Photo Retouching actions of creativity and resilience. Creativity enhances our love for learning new things, and resilience Photo Retouching enhances individual strength and willingness to continue to challenge. Awakening of the Creativity Center The Creativity Center is 3 inches below the diaphragm. We have our passions, our dreams, our fantasies, and our potential ambitions here. It governs our self-esteem and our ability to be open, friendly and new to others. When the creativity center is balanced, we show tolerance, positive outlook, and sophisticated behavior. advertisement Continue reading below We use creative energy when cooking, baking and painting. Visiting museums and reading inspiring biographies awakens your creative energy. We use our creative energy every time we try something new, even when we take Photo Retouching another route on our way home. We are all born as creative beings. As a kid, we all paint, paint, and make great shapes. I used to be free to interrupt singing and dancing. But for some reason, some of us transform into less creative beings because of social or economic pressure. We find it difficult to learn or invent something new. Fortunately, simple techniques can train our minds and make change more open and acceptable. Meditation 1: Alternating Photo Retouching nostril breathing "Breathing affects our mental state in the same way that mental activity affects our breathing." ~ TKV Desikacha " Nandishodana" refers to another method of breathing through the nostrils. Whenever you lose focus, worry about a new project, or learn a new field, practice this technique to broaden your mind. advertisement Continue reading below To practice this technique, follow three steps.
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