Practice Makes Perfect

Practice Makes Perfect

Vix Anderton

Wellness & productivity specialist

In the final video on this series, Vix addresses how the tools and techniques discussed in previous videos will make a difference.

In the final video on this series, Vix addresses how the tools and techniques discussed in previous videos will make a difference.

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Practice Makes Perfect

1 min 31 secs

Key learning objectives:

  • Understand how to get stuff done in a way that feels good

Overview:

As we come to an end of this series, choose one strategy that you can begin implementing right away. And keep in mind that nothing changes unless you do.

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Summary

How to get stuff done in a way that feels good?

The simple way to get stuff done in a way that feels good is to put the tools and techniques discussed in the previous videos on this series into practice. To begin with, they may feel weird or uncomfortable. However, the more you practice, the more comfortable, familiar, and accessible all of the ideas will become. The more you practice, the better you will be at managing your stress.

Don’t just use a tool once. Think of yourself like a scientist conducting an experiment. Decide which tool or technique you want to practice with for the next few days.

After your designated practice time, remember to look back at what you’ve learnt. What went well? Did anything stop you using the tool as you intended? And then celebrate - you’ve learnt a new skill.

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Vix Anderton

Vix Anderton

Vix is dedicated to helping individuals and organisations achieve meaningful and sustainable change through evidence-based research, practical planning, red-teaming and coaching. Vix is an accredited Mental Health First Aider, ICF-certified life coach and yoga teacher, Vix loves to draw on psychology, neuroscience, and behaviour change research as well as Eastern philosophies and traditions to inform her work.

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