In my NYU Music in the Media Business class, our focus is — it’s just as important to make a life as it is to make a living.
God knows these young folks are going to be successful in their careers post-college and we want to make sure they are just as successful at finding happiness.
I thought you might be interested in one of the most popular Dale Carnegie principles they commit to work on during their semester.
Fill your Mind with Thoughts of Peace, Courage, Health, and Hope
Because what we think about matters.
And by visualizing peace, courage, health and hope, it is easier to battle anxiety, lack of confidence, the emotional price we pay for stress and the loss of hope.
It is possible to change the daily diet of destructive thoughts that plague all of is at this moment in time.
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