reframing

Reframe competitive threats to opportunities. When a competitor appears, you can react with fear and anger, or you can learn
The Olympics are over, but the spirit of humanity that we witnessed remains. World-class athletes extended themselves beyond
"I've decided that MY life is not a dress rehearsal." What he said is true for all of us. It means our choices matter. Exploring and learning from our experiences are an ongoing part of our journey.
Feelings and emotions that motivate or paralyze us lie within the limbic system. Our awareness that our emotional life colors our performance can liberate us from some brain chains.
Finding happiness is as easy as changing your perspective.
Approaching regret from a cognitive point of view, reframing our thoughts from the past to the future, and asking, "What's next?" can also help to process regrets.
There are four basic ways people can deal with conflict at different times - competition, avoidance, accommodation and collaborative problem-solving. These strategies depend on the level of concern people in dispute have for their own outcome vis-à-vis the other party's outcome. (It's called the Dual Concern Model.)