Mastering Your Inner Game – Many of the factors that define our quality of life and the way we face challenges lie inside of us. We talk about how to master controlling these inner factors in a way that helps us grow.
Dealing with Depression – Dominey has had her fair share of depressive experiences. Rather than treating the symptoms, she chose to identify the underlying issue that caused her to be depressed and resolved it, which ultimately made her depression disappear. Dominey shares with us how she defeated depression.
Thought & Beliefs – Dominey dives into what makes the distinction between beliefs and thoughts, how they influence our lives differently, and how to use them to improve our lives.
Self-responsibility – Taking responsibility for your life experiences rather than being worried about things that are out of our control can help us eliminate many of our life problems. Dominey shares with us how to develop the self-responsibility mindset.
Attachment with Problems – Sometimes, we seem to be sort of attached to our problems. Dominey shares her take on why we’re attached to our problems and how to get out of this behavior.
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Mentioned in the episode:
Limitless – Jim Kwik: www.limitlessbook.com
The Inner Game of Tennis - Tim Gallwey: theinnergame.com/inner-game-books/the-inner-game-of-tennis
I hope that you enjoyed that conversation. I know that I was taking a lot of notes. Here are my three insights for thriving.
Master your inner game. This is something that I'm such a believer in. We often spend a lot of time worrying about what the other person is doing or about circumstances that we cannot control. Focus on you, work on you, master who you are, and the rest will fall into place.
I found it very powerful when Domini said, the extent to which you are not taking responsibility is the extent to which you cannot fix it. There is tremendous power when we truly own our own lives and our own choices. When we do that, we are taking control of our future.
If you want to fix about 90% of the problems that you face, focus on the opponent on your side of the net. This borrows the expression from Tim Gallwey, who wrote the inner game of tennis and his belief that in tennis as in life, our greatest opponent isn't the one on the other side of the net. Our greatest opponent is the one on our side of the net Domini said that if it's not on your side of the net, it's not your business or problem because you can't fix it.