Think big


  1. Determine your unique qualities.
    Invite some friends to help—possibly your partner, your superior, a professor—some intelligent people who will give you their honest opinions.
  2. Use positive and cheerful phrases more often.
    Everything has a good side. When you could not achieve something, instead of saying, “I tried it and failed.”, you can say, “I failed, but I will learn from my mistakes and try again.” 
  3. Focus on the important things.
    Before becoming excited and sad over small things, ask yourself, “Does it contribute anything to what I aim to do?”


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