By Mark Tyrrell
‘Positive framing’ is very important when we want to influence and motivate others. And we can also use ‘positive framing’ to good effect to help our own wellbeing and performance in all kinds of areas.
But let’s first consider not so positive framing. Recently I was working out in the gym. My training partner was trying to be encouraging of my efforts, but instead of telling me what I should do right,he kept telling me what I was doing wrong. The way he expressed his encouragement (or should I say attempted encouragement) had a rather less than empowering effect on me.
For example, he would say things like…
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