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The Most Important Mental Quality

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The most important mental quality to have is grit, which is one’s ability to stay committed when stressed. Let’s investigate why grit is so important.
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Energy and Motivation

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We don’t climb because we benefit by the physical and mental exercise; we climb because it makes us feel alive. Let’s investigate how we become motivated.
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We Have Work to Do

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We tend to have a negative perception of work. It’s not something we want to do, but rather something we have to do. Let’s examine how we feel about work.
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Simple, not Easy

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Mental training is simple. However, Mental training becomes complicated when we involve too much thinking. Let’s learn the difference between simple and easy.
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Something for Nothing

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We must give first before we receive. Yet, we can fall into unconscious habits of focusing on receiving before giving. Let’s learn how to give something for something .
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A Unifying Thread

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It’s helpful to have a unifying thread to process us through the chaos of learning. Let’s investigate how this thread aids in our learning by giving us a center to work from.
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The Wheel of No Change

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One of the biggest challenges for staying focused is change. Situations are always changing, or are they?
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Death as an Advisor

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The warrior literature has a concept called “Death as an Advisor.” As usual, we’ll look at attention and the learning process to evaluate Death’s benefit.
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A Time To Wonder

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It’s important to bring awareness to these limiting tendencies of the mind. However, it’s also important to remember that comfort is an essential part of this process.
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End Result Expectations

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I’ve often wondered why the mind has a tendency to focus attention in the future on end results, rather than in the present on processes. Looking at the mind’s limiting tendencies can give us some clues.
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