Dec 17, 2021
Vered Kogan is an extraordinary coach and speaker who focuses on helping entrepreneurs, organizations, and individuals tap into the power of human performance and potential. Today’s conversation originally aired on her podcast, The Mindset Game.
In this interview, we talk about what mindset means and why it varies according to person and situation. We talk about the power of picking work that you love and the things necessary for a positive mindset. We discuss the importance of mindset in crises and times of change, and I note that it doesn’t have to replace natural emotions--it just has to be available to curb them. We talk about the link between parenting and mindset, and I offer tips for unfocusing from work. We talk about training your mindset muscles and the importance of gratitude, and Vered notes that there’s a coach inside all of us.
“We can be a little bit mad, a little sad. It’s normal and it’s part of our emotions, and I think we have to recognize that and allow them to express somehow. But after, if we stay just there, I think it’s limiting.”
- Ana Melikian
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