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Evicting your inner imposter

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As a new year of opportunities and aspirations quickly approaches, many of us are already hitting the gym more and focused on physical fitness. Yet, we can’t deny that our endurance is also exceedingly dependent on a happy, healthy mind. In particular, confidence and positivity are critical to every manager's success in the workplace. If we are mentally weak, then we must train our brain, much like athletes train their bodies.

As Runner’s World reports, “For a century, researchers have focused on the role of the heart, legs, and lungs to explain the limits of human endurance, but they’ve ignored the brain. Turns out, that was a mistake. It’s not ... your muscles that force you to slow down, it’s how your brain interprets those signals. The effort of running is only as hard as your brain perceives it to be.”

To a degree, it's normal for feelings of self-doubt to creep up on us. Award-winning poet Maya Angelou ...(register to read more)

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