I was putting on makeup in my office, getting ready to go on TV, when I noticed sweat stains on my summer sweater.
“Uh oh,” I thought to myself.
I had less than an hour before showtime, and a decision to make: I could freak out and scramble to buy a new shirt, or I could decide not to worry about it.
I decided not to worry.
In that moment, I was leaning heavily on Carol Dweck’s book, “Mindset, The New Psychology of Success,” one of my favorite books that informs my coaching, my parenting and my self-care.
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