Have you ever found yourself consumed by unproductive or negative thoughts and emotions that derail you from taking action? For instance, you hear a rumor that a competitor may be working on a similar feature that your company is about to roll out. Instead of focusing on building a disruptive feature that could propel your product to new heights, you are consumed with hypothetical scenarios about what your competitor may be building. Instead of taking action, you become a prisoner to your thoughts.
Developing more psychological flexibility can help you out of this destructive cycle. Read on for tips on how to break this pattern of thinking and retrain your brain to focus on what matters.
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