5 Steps to Shift Your Perception to Impact Performance

Perception is not just a window to reality. It redefines what reality means to you.
Meaning: your perceptions drive your life and the results you achieve.
So if you’re not happy with that, shift your perceptions. This is how:
​1) Recognize your current perceptions​
Become aware of your current beliefs and perspectives. Notice if there are any negative or limiting perceptions that are holding you back. Notice the relationship between your perceptions and your actions
​2) Challenge your perceptions​
Question the accuracy and validity of your perceptions. Ask yourself if they are based on facts or if they are influenced by biases, fears, or past experiences. Is your perception the only possible view of the situation?
​3) Seek different perspectives
Engage with others who have different viewpoints and experiences. This can help you gain new insights and broaden your understanding of a situation. Become an observer without being judgemental. ​4) Practice empathy and understanding​ Put yourself in someone else’s shoes and try to understand their point of view. This can help you develop a more compassionate and open-minded approach. What possibly can be truth in other people’s world?
​5) Reframe and reframe again​
When you encounter a challenging situation, consciously choose to reframe your perception. Look for the positive aspects, the opportunities for growth, and the lessons to be learned. It all starts with your mental state and harmony with what you see.
And here’s my final advice: Be patient and kind to yourself throughout this process. Shifting perceptions takes time and effort.
It’s easy to make a step backward. It’s ok. The more you notice it, the easier the transformation will be.
You have the power to choose how you see and respond to the world around you.
That’s what is in your control.
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