In this 6th episode of The M3 Mile, I share with you fascinating scientific data and references to help you manage your day better. By understanding how your brain registers positive and negative experiences throughout your day, you can influence your mood, as well as the ones from people around you: colleagues, team members, family and friends. Your mood directly impacts your performance.
Your job satisfaction is linked to your level of productivity: the higher your satisfaction, the higher performance you’ll experience. If you’ve been a member of my free M3 Power Community for a while, I know that you’ve heard me say this before. Things happen: have happened, are happening and will happen. You have it in you to take control of your day, so that you positively create and nurture flourishing environments, and this for both yourself and the people surrounding you, thus having great performing days, day after day!
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To your Mountain Moving Mindset,