Banish Self-Defeating Views For Success

September 2013
Successful Supervisor;Sep2013, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p6
The article discusses the thinking of people towards anything that discourages them from achieving anything. It suggests several steps to change the thinking for achieving success which includes recognizing the belief that put down the positive feelings, creating a new belief over old that suppress negative thinking and repeating new belief every day for about a month.


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