Reframe negative thinking by using ‘yet’

When you’ve got someone in front of you that doesn’t believe they can do it. Maybe they’re saying things like:

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  • I can’t …
  • I don’t know how …
  • I haven’t got …
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One of the easiest ways to reframe their thinking is to add ‘yet’ to the end of their sentence.

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  • You can’t do it yet, but you will.
  • You don’t know how to do it yet but you will.
  • You haven’t got the skills yet, but you will.
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And it works on yourself as well.

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