The natural human mind has strong survival and self-preservation tendencies. That means, whenever it senses the slightest form of danger, your mind will exaggerate its impact on your life in order to get you to run away from it.
But have you noticed that the greatest breakthroughs in your life came in the midst of the greatest challenges you've ever faced? If you have a habit of exaggerating every incident of failure of adversity in life to the point of paralysis, you will miss out on the miracles waiting for you on the other side of those challenges.
In this episode, I teach why you must guard your mind against a "Woe is me" response to adversity, and how you can begin to retrain your mind to always see the light at the end of the tunnel.