Using Stoicism To Overcome Mental Stress

By Conqueror Team

Stoicism’s purpose is to achieve inner peace by conquering misfortune, exercising self-control, being cognizant of our impulses, and recognising that our lives are, in reality, extremely brief and that we have a choice in how we respond to adversity.

Because it is so applicable to modern life, Stoicism, while being an ancient philosophy, is regaining interest. It focuses on introspection in relation to two key issues. How can we lead a happy and full life is the first question. How can we become better humans?

Think for a moment about an issue in your life, a concern you have, or anything that makes you anxious right now. Now, according to the Stoics, issues in life like these can only be classified into one of three categories, so each category will then dictate how you should approach the issue. 

The first category is; things over which you have complete control including how you react to a situation, what you do or say, and how you think about an event. For example, you can either tell someone a lie or the truth.

Things that are beyond your control include the weather, your chance of getting into a car accident, your country of birth, etc.

Grey areas and events that you can steer or influence, but not completely, fall under the category of things you only have partial control over.

According to stoicism, you have the ability to swap out unhealthy thoughts with positive ones. In other words, if you change your thinking, you can also alter your feelings and perspective on the world.

The anxious mind may find this difficult to accept because it craves control over everything, but by attempting to change other people and circumstances, you suffer as a slave of events, enabling them to determine how you perceive yourself and the world around you. You can find some serenity in letting go of all else if you can instead concentrate on your ideas, ideals, and behaviours.

“Wild animals run from the dangers they actually see, and once they have escaped they worry no more. We however are tormented alike by what is past and what is to come. A number of our blessings do us harm, for memory brings back the agony of fear while foresight brings it on prematurely. No one confines his unhappiness to the present.” – Seneca

You are aware that worrying won’t make your troubles go away or affect the result. It merely makes things worse and makes you experience the terrifying circumstance twice: first in your mind and then in real life. In contrast, you may calm your mind and lessen pain if you can return your focus to the present moment (via mindfulness exercises).

When you’re stressed and worried about the future, whether it’s a job presentation, a sick parent, or the future of our planet, ask yourself this question: “Is this in my control?” If so, concentrate on what you can do to manage the circumstance. If not, simply let it go. Return to the present moment and remember that, while you cannot control everything that happens in life, you can choose how you respond to it. This modest Stoic practice might eventually lead to a transformation from pain and struggle to compassion and tranquilly.

10 Steps To Improving Your Attitude Through Stoicism

By Domithla Nyachieo

What exactly is Stoicism? Can anyone develop a Stoic mindset? Stoicism is a life philosophy that stresses the importance of agency, mental toughness, and self-discipline as elements for living a happy life. The stoic attitude is being tough with oneself and tolerant with others in order to keep the mind clean and avoid being influenced by negativity.

Most of us will face enormous loss and misery at some point in our lives. We should not oppress ourselves under adverse conditions. We should not try to cease feeling our emotional pain; instead, we should appeal to the fact that time passes. Change is experienced through emotions. As a result, we may always be certain that our pains will pass. Grief, rage, and sadness might feel overpowering and heavy, but we can choose to recognise how time will diminish our sorrows by cultivating a good attitude.

In this post, we’ll look at how Stoicism may help you improve your attitude, let’s look at them.

  1. Do Not Seek Pleasure

You have an intrinsic capacity to maintain your soul free of desire, confusion, and other negative emotions. You were given self-control, for example, to oppose your need for pleasure. However, you were not given any virtue to oppose your need for justice, therefore nature must have intended for you to avoid pleasure and pursue justice. Stoicism teaches us how to be steady and disciplined in our pursuit of justice and purpose.

  • Follow Nature and Logos

Obeying the rules of nature and logos, by definition, will assure a good existence. Many people, however, do not. There are several ways to contradict nature and logos: Fighting against your natural state, isolating yourself from your group, and acting selfishly all pull you away from your natural state. Going against logos and nature is blasphemy. To resist nature is to resist the will of the universe. This sort of blasphemy might manifest as unfairness, greed, or deception. Nature did not design for those things to occur—remember, you exist as a higher creature to serve others.

  • Accept your failures and faults.

Failure is an unavoidable aspect of life, as any Stoic philosopher would tell you. Consider any successful person you know. They most likely failed several times on their way to success. After one or two blunders, most individuals become disheartened and give up. If you believe you can establish a profitable business without losing money at some time, you are delusory. If you believe you can improve your social confidence and become more outgoing without encountering rejection, you’re probably daydreaming.

“A gem cannot be polished without friction, nor a man perfected without trials.”

 – Seneca

  • Consider how magnificent your existence is

It’s a wonder that you’re still alive. Science has no explanation for the existence of the universe at all. The Stoics acknowledged the importance of this concept. They discovered that reminding oneself of the wonder of life is an effective technique to make you appreciative of your existence. Every day, you get to get up and live your life. And that is really incredible. Close your eyes. Consider how incredible it is that your heart is continually pounding. Be thankful for every minute you are alive.

  • Don’t Give In to Pain

Remember that you can withstand any long-term difficulty, whether physical or emotional—unbearable suffering, by definition, fades swiftly. However, considering living with such agony and struggle for the rest of your life might be daunting. Instead, concentrate on the current situation. Furthermore, pain frequently masquerades as sickness or exhaustion. When you are suffering from such things, remember not to succumb to the anguish.

“You have power over your mind—not outside events. realise this, and you will find strength.” – MARCUS AURELIUS

  • Knowing Yourself

Know yourself! Socrates really inspired the Stoics, and if you had to summarise Socrates’ teachings in two words, they would be, ‘Know yourself!’ In other words, know what is essential to you and what principles you want to live by. In your life, seek clarity and simplicity. If you wish to have equanimity or peace of mind in your life, don’t let outside events or other people’s opinions distract you. Of course, it takes a lot of introspection to figure out what type of life you want to live and what will give your life purpose.

  • Focus exclusively on the essentials

Maintain your attention. Don’t allow yourself to get sidetracked by little issues. You don’t have to know everything. Furthermore, you don’t need to care about much of the nonsense that everyone in our culture is talking about. The Stoic virtue of Wisdom is neither about obtaining as much information as possible nor is it about having valuable knowledge that exclusively serves you. True wisdom is the capacity to be adaptable rather than rigid in your thoughts and beliefs in order to help make the world a better place.

  • Love of fate

The Stoics developed a number of epithets that act as reminders of fundamental notions. ‘Amor fati’ is one such term. These two Latin words mean “the love of fate.” The key word here is ‘love.’ It’s not a resentful acceptance of fate, but a plain and visible embracing of the unknown, of some degree of unavoidable danger. It surely does not imply avoiding fate—saying no to everything that makes us feel uncomfortable or vulnerable.

We can’t change the world, but we can change how we react to it. Saying yes to your reality, good and terrible, lessens fear while also adding purpose to our existence. It may be argued that if we say yes to everything, we accept everything. If we accept everything, we will not move to fix what is wrong with the world.

  • Assess your thoughts and actions from a broader perspective.

Stoicism is not about self-improvement for the sake of self-improvement. It all comes down to making the world a better place. Including kindness and compassion in your goals increases their likelihood of success. Consider how we are all inherently related and maintain as broad a vision as possible.

  1. Lead by example.

The people in your life will pick up a lot more from watching how you live than from any advice you may offer. This is due in part to the fact that humans and the majority of other animals learn by imitating others naturally, as well as the fact that individuals become hostile when given instructions.

“On no occasion call yourself a philosopher, and do not speak much among the uninstructed about theorems, but do that which follows from them. For example, at a banquet, do not say how a man ought to eat, but eat as you ought to eat.” –Epictetus

How to Live as an Authentic Human Being

By: Relena Juliet

Philosophers and psychologists describe a “good life” as consisting of authentic expression of self, a sense of well-being, and active engagement in life and work — as emphasized in a study from the University of Waikato. While everyone’s experiences and living situations are vastly different, we’re all in pursuit of variations of that idealized life. Obviously, no one wants to live an unhappy life, and every day we make certain decisions to ensure that.

However, a “good life” and an authentic one may not be as aligned as we think it is. We may think of wealth, fame, and success as trappings of a life that looks good, but is not necessarily a true and happy one. The Gifts of Imperfection by author Brené Brown, Ph.D. talks about living a wholehearted and authentic life, and the importance of embracing and appreciating the imperfections in our lives from living truthfully. Today, we’ll go over some of the ways we can approach authenticity and be one step closer to am imperfect, but still good life:

Develop the courage to be disliked

Most people are geared towards pleasing other people. They have a point — after all, who wants to go around upsetting other people? While it’s a great feeling to please others around us, some people get lost in doing it. This often results in an unhealthy habit that revolves around compromising your authentic and true self, all in the name of pleasing and impressing others. In The Courage to Be Disliked, the book notes that self-forgiveness, self-care, and mind decluttering can liberate your way of thinking. In line with living authentically, the authors emphasize the importance of ignoring your self-imposed limitations, taking responsibility and ownership of your life, and navigating life without placing blame on outside sources. In short, to live an authentic life, you have to own up to it — even if it goes against what other people want from you.

Build up your support system
While your authenticity journey should be about staying true to yourself, it doesn’t have to be a lonely road. Having a solid support system is key to living a good life. After all, the things worth celebrating in life are best shared with those you love and treasure. A positive support system should be a group of people you can be your authentic self around, without lying and pretending. Like what we’ve talked about above, this Psychology Today feature insists that your support system should consist of people you don’t have to compromise your morals for in order to please. At the end of the day, surrounding yourself with people who like you for you is what will help propel you towards a better, happier life.

Practice positivity

An authentic life involves seeing little imperfections and accepting that not everything goes our way, but part of that authenticity is being able to gracefully navigate the negatives in our lives by promoting joy — even when times aren’t so good. We discussed this in our recent post titled, Habits that Promote Happiness, and how looking at the good aspects in every scenario, no matter how bad, can lead to happiness. The pursuit of happiness starts with positive habits, in which you prioritize yourself and your loved ones, while also practicing kindness and being considerate of other individuals. Don’t be mistaken, however, in thinking that these practices can be faked or forced. The positive impact you can have on your life and those around you will only be felt when you are authentic about them.

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Things That Will Weaken Your Memory Power

By Tonny Wandella

It turns out that there are several subtle ways in which your memory may be failing. Some are related to harmful behaviours like smoking or eating habits. Others rely on your mental well-being. The following are some of the more prevalent factors that might impair memory:


Many prescription and over-the-counter drugs might affect memory function or even result in memory loss. Antidepressants, antihistamines, anti-anxiety drugs, muscle relaxants, tranquillizers, sleeping pills, and painkillers prescribed after surgery are a few potential contributors.


Smoking reduces the quantity of oxygen that reaches the brain, which is detrimental to memory. According to studies, smokers have a harder time connecting names and faces than non-smokers do. Illegal drugs can also alter brain chemistry which might make it challenging to recall past events.

Lack of Sleep.

Memory is influenced by both sleep duration and quality. Fatigue can result from getting too little sleep or from having many nighttime awakenings, which affects one’s capacity to organise and retrieve knowledge.

Stress and Depression.

Depression can make it harder to concentrate and pay attention, which might impair memory. Concentration can also be hampered by stress and worry. Your memory may deteriorate if you are stressed out and your mind is overworked or preoccupied. Memory loss can also be brought on by the stress that an emotional event causes.

Nutritional Deficiency

 Proper brain function depends on a healthy diet, which includes high-quality proteins and lipids. Memory can be impacted by vitamin B1 and B12 deficiencies in particular.

Head Trauma.

A serious head injury, such as one sustained in a fall or car accident, can harm the brain and result in both short-term memory loss and long-term loss of memory. With time, memory could progressively get better.

Treatment for memory loss is based on the underlying reason. With therapy, it could be treatable in many instances. For example, a change in medication may help memory loss caused by pharmaceuticals. The memory loss brought on by a dietary shortage may be prevented with the use of nutritional supplements. And when depression is an issue, addressing depression may be beneficial for memory.  Our online course comprehensively covers all of these and other memory-boosting strategies. Start right away to find out more.

Boost your Memory for Exams.

By Tonny Wandella

Whether you’re taking an exam for professional certification or a university degree, exam time will typically bring stress to us. Exams can put your achievement-related emotions to the test and can impair your cognitive function. What if, though, you could improve your memory, your exam performance, and your stress levels as result?

As we age, our memory may deteriorate. According to research, our brain’s hippocampus, which controls memory, loses 5% of its neurones every ten years. The good news is that, like a ball of plasticine, our brain is remarkably adaptable and can change as we mature. We may all support neuroplasticity—the formation of new memory networks—in different ways.

Effective study habits, such as deciding where, how, and with whom to study, are essential for memory. It is a thoughtful process of active, subjective reflection on prior experience. Although memory and learning are connected, they should not be confused. Instead, consider it as a mutually beneficial connection that develops over the course of your life and supports you whenever you need to use your learning.

Here are some tips for improving your memory when preparing for tests.

Say it aloud.

According to studies, reading aloud the material you wish to remember might improve your chances of retaining it by 50%. The “production effect” is what happens when information is improved to make it stand out in memory.

Draw it out

It’s not necessary to be a good artist to draw out vital information. To support your visualisation, you just need to put it on paper in the form of images, text, and diagrams. Try creating infographics and drawings of scenes. Create a flowchart of the procedure if you need to recall it in the correct sequence, create a flowchart of the procedure. If you need to recall somebody, make a list of distinguishing qualities. Using mind maps is a fantastic technique to recall knowledge and portray it graphically.


Any sort of exercise for 30 to 35 minutes per day, four times per week, can assist to enhance memory. This includes swimming, jogging, dancing, etc. The blood supply to the brain is improved during cardio activity, which also increases the protein release required for long-term memory.

Try out some of the aforementioned tips to discover how you might sharpen your memory before examinations. Keep in mind that you’ll be rewarded more positively the more work you put in. Without a doubt, the effort may improve your memory. Are you willing to give it a shot?

These are just a few methods you may use to improve your memory and remember the information you learn. How to improve your memory is covered in much more detail in our online course. To discover more about this topic, try it out.

Is Your Memory Losing Its “Sharpness”?

By Tonny Wandella

Everyone might have experienced the “senior moment” now and again. Perhaps you walk into the kitchen for no apparent reason, or you forget your keys. While these mental mishaps might be annoying, they rarely cause us to contact the doctor. According to research, you may boost your brain’s reserves and lower your risk of dementia by following certain fundamental health behaviours. According to research, the brain continues to build brand new connections throughout your entire life.

And you can help it along by employing a few of these brain-boosting techniques, which have been covered well in our online course.

Take brain-boosting foods.

A diet high in fruits, vegetables, and whole grains, as well as low in saturated fat and sugar, would help preserve brain networks. In reality, studies indicate that consuming a variety of nutritious foods—fruits, veggies, nuts, fatty fish, and even a regular glass of wine, will sharpen your intellect, develop new brain cells, and protect you against mental deterioration.

Keep track of your health problems.

Maintaining a healthy physique can protect your mind, just as it can protect your body. Your brain’s ability to operate can be affected by a variety of medical problems, including depression, diabetes, high blood pressure, and hypothyroidism.


A certain amount of mental capacity is needed to maintain intimate connections. Not only does communication need quick thinking, but settling disputes and discussing current events also exercises the mind. Therefore, it makes sense that socially engaged older people may have a reduced risk of Alzheimer’s disease versus their wallflower counterparts, according to research.

Schedule a consultation with your primary care physician or a specialist if you detect a change in your memory power or discover that you’re having trouble thinking coherently. To keep your mind and memory sharp and healthy, you may also take our online course.

Why Tapping Into Psychology Leads To Professional Success

By: Relena Juliet

In deciphering the psychology behind successful business leaders, research found that what differentiates successful entrepreneurs from other entrepreneurs is their strong mindset and a good amount of confidence. While most people may think that entrepreneurs are huge risk takers, Neil Kane claims that an entrepreneurial mindset must focus on knowing how to manage risks and when to take risks.

Moreover, Kane explained that confidence in moderation helps propel business leaders to success. If individuals lack confidence, they’ll feel that they’re not qualified to lead, which will affect their business. With this, understanding how to control your behavior and manage your emotions is important in achieving professional success.

How is Psychology Important in Business?

Max Freedman discussed how psychology is used in the workplace, helping business managers in supporting, motivating, and training employees. The underpinnings of psychology can also guide businesses in designing products, building better workplaces, and fostering healthy behavior within the organization. Research in the field also assists businesses in discovering ways to increase productivity, identifying training and development needs, and attracting and retaining the best employees.

As a result, more top educational institutions are adding a business core to their psychology courses to serve as building blocks for learners to become excellent industry leaders. Since psychology focuses on studying human behavior, the theoretical foundations of contemporary psychology can be easily applied to any career, whether you are in the global business, healthcare, or government sector. Moreover, the wide array of psychology courses, from clinical to social psychology, can provide information on how to approach mental and behavioral issues in the workplace as well as improve interpersonal and group relationships.

How Can Psychology Lead You to Professional Success?

Insights from your psychology foundation are more invaluable than you may think. You can apply them in your personal life, and they are found to be beneficial in helping you achieve professional success. Here are a few ways that demonstrate how psychology can help you in your life:

  • It Can Motivate You to Keep Moving Forward

Knowing the science behind human behavior will allow you to understand how motivation works. Using psychological concepts from cognitive and educational psychology, you can develop personal strategies to inspire yourself. For example, creating a reward system to congratulate yourself for a job well done is one way to motivate yourself to finish your tasks at work. It can be buying a cup of coffee from your favorite coffee shop after work or getting yourself a tub of ice cream to cool off.

  • It Can Help Develop Your Emotional Intelligence

Developing your emotional intelligence (EQ) is as important as your intelligence quotient, or IQ. EQ refers to your ability to manage and understand your emotions and those of the people around you. At work, managing your emotions is essential in handling conflicts, interacting with colleagues, and formulating solutions that benefit everyone involved. Despite popular misconceptions, EQ is at the core of stoicism. This is because stoicism promotes transforming negative emotions to avoid making impulsive decisions and focusing on the things that are only within your control. If you practice this philosophy, you can develop your EQ, and you’ll live a more peaceful life.

  • It Can Help You Become A Better Communicator

It’s important to remember that understanding someone is not merely comprehending the words they say, it also includes understanding the meaning behind their words. With this, knowing how the tone of voice (verbal) and facial expression (non-verbal) communicates will help you become a better communicator. For example, your tone of voice conveys your emotion even if your choice of words says otherwise. Moreover, speaking with another person while holding eye contact indicates your interest and willingness to listen. Excellent communication skills are important to help you succeed at work.

Stoicism and psychology are closely linked, which is why business leaders need to pay attention to both. As this article shows, those that do can push themselves to far greater success.

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Top Ten Reasons Why Mental Health Is So Important

By Plan Street

Mental health is essential for leading a happy life. It affects how we feel, think, and live our lives by encompassing our emotional, psychological, and sociological well-being. Prioritizing mental health is, of course, critical.

According to the University of Oxford “For 2017, this study estimates that 792 million people lived with a mental health disorder. This is slightly more than one in ten people globally (10.7%)”. Similarly, a study by the National Alliance of Mental Health showed that

  • 1 in 5 U.S. adults experience mental illness each year
  • 1 in 20 U.S. adults experience serious mental illness each year
  • 1 in 6 U.S. youth aged 6-17 experience a mental health disorder each year
  • 50% of all lifetime mental illness begins by age 14, and 75% by age 24
  • Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death among people aged 10-34.

Let us understand in detail why is mental health important and what we can do to keep it intact:

  1. Mental Health plays a crucial role in relationships:

The link between mental health and relationships is one of the most compelling reasons for its importance. Mental Illness might have an impact on how we interact with our friends and family. Mental illnesses frequently result in passive-aggressiveness, hostility, and the incapacity to participate in social activities. This may result in conflicts with our friends and family. Mental illness has the potential to compel us to overthrow our loved ones for no apparent reason. Self-care for mental health and, if necessary, medication can help us live a mentally stable existence while also maintaining our relationships.

  1. Mental Health Affects Physical Health:

There’s a link between our mental health and our physical health. Mental illness can induce stress and have an effect on our immune systems. As a result, our bodies ability to cope with illness may be jeopardized. A sick mind can lead to anxiety and sadness, both of which can make it difficult to move about and stay active. The mind-body connection is well-established, which is why mental health awareness is so crucial.

  1. Mental Health is related to Emotional Well-Being

Every day, how you feel on the inside is just as important as how physically healthy you are. Mental health advice demonstrates how a negative mind can make you feel down, irritated, or disturbed. Taking care of our emotional well-being can help us be more productive and effective at work and in our daily activities. To maintain track of our emotional and overall well-being, we can seek mental health advice from friends, family, and a psychologist.

  1. Mental Health Awareness Can Help in Curbing Suicide Rates

According to a study by the National Alliance on Mental Health (NAMI), 46 percent of those who commit suicide have a recognized mental health condition. Another study conducted by the United States Department of Health and Human Services found that approximately 60% of those who committed suicide had a good condition such as major depression, bipolar disorder, or dysthymia. This demonstrates the link between mental health and suicide, as well as how early medical intervention and self-care can help minimize the number of suicide deaths. It is critical to follow suggestions to maintain our mental health and to be aware of the mental health of those around us at all times.

  1. Mental Health is linked with Crime and Victimization

As per some studies, poor mental health puts one at an increased risk of committing violent crimes. It also leads to self-victimization and abuse. This risk is further substantiated if the individual consumes drugs and alcohol and is averse to taking medication. In most cases, crimes by mentally unfit persons are committed against family members or those within their close circles. Seeking tips for mental health from a medical professional and understanding why mental health is important can help in avoiding such scenarios.

  1. Mental Health is connected to Productivity and Financial Stability

One of the many reasons why it’s crucial to look after your mental health is that it boosts your overall productivity and financial security. According to research published in the American Journal of Psychiatry, those with serious mental diseases earn 40% less than those in good mental health. According to the World Health Organization, almost 200 million workdays are lost each year owing to depression alone. It is widely known that poor mental health causes a drop in productivity, which has an impact on financial stability. It is critical that we do the appropriate things for mental health in order to secure strong work performance and financial security.

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Importance of Taking Meaningful Sacrifices in Life

By Tonny Wandella

Success is correlated with pursuing goals that are not immediately enjoyable. It has to do with directing your efforts toward finishing the activity that causes you pain and lack of pleasure. Sacrifice leads to success. The majority of the time, we don’t want to pass up an opportunity that will make us happy temporarily in favour of something that will be good for us in the long term.

There appears to be one thing that all success-related blogs and books I’ve read have in common: sacrifice. Sometimes making a sacrifice is not enjoyable; it’s doesn’t make us joyful or delighted. We feel sad and angry instead.

The majority of us like to think of ourselves as “givers,” yet the thought of having to “sacrifice in a relationship” makes many couples shudder. For some people, the idea of sacrifice in a relationship could sound extreme. It could conjure up images of one of you toiling away at seven different low-paying jobs while the other chases a silly fantasy like becoming an artist. For a lot of us, giving up what we want outright in a relationship means making sure that the other person gets to do what they want. If this is how you see the sacrifice in a partnership, it does sound terrifying!

Sacrifice, depends on your point of view, like with most things in life. Your quality of life is strongly impacted by how you see things, therefore having a positive attitude toward giving something up will affect how it affects you. For starters, the idea that we are “losing” or “giving up” something might cause us to feel deficient. This encourages you to obsess about the things you formerly had but no longer possess.

Even though you can’t help but feel like you’ve “lost” something, keep in mind that failure frequently results in learning, development, and the capacity to endure. Here’s a constructive approach to thinking about sacrifice: It frequently determines how successful you are in life. By making a decision, you make room for something greater or more productive. One of the hardest things to do is having to make sacrifices that impact other people. Whether we like it or not, those closest to us often have expectations of us, and vice versa. It might be difficult to “let people down,” but those who care about us will undoubtedly realise that sometimes you have to put other things before them.

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The Significance of Practising in the Pursuit of Skill Improvement

By Azuni Voice

We are so used to taking shortcuts in life that we search for them everywhere, even while learning an art. We were disappointed to learn that there is just one way to get there and that there is no elevator. There is no denying that the adage “Every master was once a beginner” is well known. Nobody has ever developed talent or an art form from scratch. Any type of art requires patience, perseverance, and practice to perfect. Yes, practice is essential to learning any ability.

People who are just talented do exist in life, but even for those exceptional individuals, practice is crucial. A really talented artist will never take his work or skill for granted. Instead, they are always striving to improve both their art and themselves.

Practice is the only way to expand the range of your skill’s progress and mastery and maintain it once you do. You may learn a lot about your commitment to an art form and the course it is going by practising it. Only with experience will you be able to evaluate your art more accurately. The only way to make your desired talent your best friend is via practice.

Practice aids in sharpening your attention, allowing you to comprehend your craft better and giving you time to consider your flaws in order to get better over time. When learning a new skill, maintaining your concentration is crucial. For instance, you could be seeking beginner-level online dancing lessons or beginner-level online music courses because of the epidemic. As a novice, you can’t learn everything in an hour, but with practice, you’ll be able to identify the areas that still require improvement.

When you engage in a religious daily ritual, you prepare yourself for automaticity. Automaticity is the capacity to carry out tasks without preoccupying the mind with the minute particulars necessary, enabling it to develop into an automatic conditioned response or habit. It normally happens as a result of practice, repetition, and learning.

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