Use visualization to improve your life

…we tend to interpret other people’s actions as saying something about them, whereas we interpret our own actions as saying more about the situation we’re in.  So, when we picture ourselves acting in the third-person, we see ourselves as an observer would, as the ‘kind of person’ who performs that behaviour.  "Seeing oneself as the type of person who would engage in a desired behaviour increases the likelihood of engaging in that behaviour", the researchers said.

Here is the article, which claims you should envision your desired successes through the perspective of a third person, to better bring them about.


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