Jun 6, 2016
Becky and Diana discuss the
negative effect that All or Nothing thinking has on your
All or Nothing thinking
is about having a preconceived outcome for a situation.
- The focus is solely on the
outcome, causing you to miss the process, learning, adventure, and
other possible, often better, opportunities.
- It’s similar to the ideology,
“My way or the highway.”
- When subscribing to this thought
process, you tend to settle for what is instead of being
open to what could be.
- Being “All In” is not the same
as “All or Nothing.”
- All or Nothing thinking
frequently leads to paralysis and is used as an excuse to not
- Even baby steps count when
- The road to success is to just
start and keep moving.
- Approach your choices as
versions that can be learned from and tweaked instead of done
Stamp Of Brilliance
When you’re in “All or Nothing”
mode, you’re concentrating on the outcome so you miss the process,
learning, and growth that can happen with a more flexible