We’ve all been there.
You had a day that just went all wrong. Maybe you or someone else made a mistake, or some crisis came up and your day went totally downhill, or maybe you have some sort of habit you’re trying to keep (or break) and you backslid a bit.
Maybe it was a healthy eating goal, or a fitness goal, a reading goal, or maybe you talked over someone in a meeting and you’re trying to stop that.
Whatever it is, you had a setback and you’re not happy about it. It happens!
In this episode, we are going to share 3 tips so that you can recover from a bad day, and come back stronger than ever.
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You can find links to everything that we share in the show notes by going to theproductivityshow.com/374.
- Top 3 Productivity Resources [2:46]
- How do you get to the source of a bad day? [6:07]
- What is “affect labeling?” [9:14]
- What is tip #2 for recovering from a bad day? [14:56]
- How do you ask yourself for advice? [15:34]
- How has Thanh practiced giving self-advice? [17:18]
- What is the third tip to recover from a bad day? [21:48]
- How does Thanh mentally re-frame a bad day? [30:07]
- Action step to integrate today’s topic into your life [35:17]
- Daylio (Mood Tracker)
- Book: Low-Hanging Fruit: 77 Eye-Opening Ways to Improve Productivity and Profits
- Book: The Daily Stoic: 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living
- Revisiting The TEA Framework: Should We Add This 4th Pillar? (TPS275)
- Study: “Affect Labeling”
- Thinking Time: the Counterintuitive Approach to Growth (TPS162)
- The 3X Rule: Solve Your Recurring Problems Once And For All (TPS345)
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