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10 Insights for Achieving Success and Influence, from Heidi Grant Halvorson, P.h. D.

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Heidi Grant Halvorson is a motivational psychologist. Her research has focused on understanding why some people give up when their goals give them trouble, while others can rise to the challenge. Through her books, articles, and her blogs (Huffington Post, Harvard Business Review, Psychology Today, Fast Company), she hopes to help people understand that ANYONE can reach their goals, and give them the scientifically-tested strategies they need to succeed.

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10 Insights for Achieving Success and Influence, from Heidi Grant Halvorson, P.h. D.

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  3. Heidi GrantHalvorsonMotivational psychologistwhose research has focused onunderstanding why some peoplegive up when their goals givethem trouble, while otherscan rise to the challenge.
  4. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonChange is hard, slow,but completely reliable -it will happen.No.1Have reasonable expectations,and know that persistence is the key.
  5. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.2The way you explain the challenges you have in lifeis a powerful predictor of what happens next,And, it’s hardly about ability.
  6. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.3Your persistence is thebiggest predictorof success,not your ability
  7. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.4Increasing your confidence is aboutchanging the story you’re telling yourself.Look at what you’re doing,rather than what you’re lacking.
  8. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.5Your willpower is like a muscle;Exercise it and it gets stronger,overwork it and its strength will diminish.33voicesHeidi Grant Halvorson - Willpower is like a muscle (1.00)
  9. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.6Influential people intuitivelytune what they’re sayingto fit their audience
  10. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.7Extrinsically motivated goals rarely work.For them to be truly inspirational,make sure they satisfy these three ingredient:
  11. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.7Extrinsically motivated goals rarely work.For them to be truly inspirational,make sure they satisfy these three ingredient:relationships -Relatedness and a sense of belonging.
  12. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.7Extrinsically motivated goals rarely work.For them to be truly inspirational,make sure they satisfy these three ingredient:Competence –Learning something new.
  13. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.7Extrinsically motivated goals rarely work.For them to be truly inspirational,make sure they satisfy these three ingredient:Autonomy –Doing something that reflectswho you are as an individual.
  14. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.8When you ‘play to win,’you’re driven by gain and advancement.‘Playing not to lose,’however, is about security.Let the situation guide your thinking.
  15. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.9There are two phases of creativity that matter:idea generation and idea evaluation.Both are equally important andrequire a different mode of thinking.
  16. 33voices.com/Heidi-Grant-HalvorsonNo.10To get the best out of your team,set the expectation that mistakes will be madeand watch them make fewer of them.
  17. Really reflect...Are you promotion focusedor prevention focused?Really reflect...
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