I was born in Moscow to an average, low income family. My parents divorced when I was seven years old, my brother just one. I grew up early because I felt responsible for my mother and younger brother. I always considered myself an ordinary girl without any evident talents. At the age of thirteen, we had to move to
Do you know that staying for too long in your comfort zone will bring you frustration, boredom and ultimately a loss of meaning to your life and lots of regret?
And I guess you don’t want to have a life full of regret, right?
What makes us stay in a comfort zone?
It’s the need for certainty!
Certainty means safety and predictability…
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Your emotional state (or physiology) is a particular chemical reaction in your body that gives you certain emotions. Your emotional state can make you feel incredibly powerful or weak, happy or miserable. Why it is important for your confidence levels? It’s because your emotional state impacts on your thoughts, actions and ultimately results. Emotions are not just something that happens
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