Understanding Your “Why” When It Comes To Your Career Goals

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Find your why without fear

This cold shower exercise can be helpful when it comes to exploring your trauma to find your why, without reacting to it. You can take the positive from the experience and ignore the negative. “We can all do it if we practice it. It’s all about the fact that you can experience fear and overthinking and being scared of the unknown, but you can do it with calm and with courage,” Pouncil says. “You don’t have to give into reactive behavior. You can tell your fear, ‘It’s ok.’ That’s why I love the cold shower exercise. I’m uncomfortable, but I’m finding the calm in the space. If you can do that, you can do that in any scenario.”

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