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Podcast with Stella Grizont

Do You Need A Play Mindset? Podcast with Stella Grizont

Today’s Guest:

Stella Grizont is a graduate at the University of Pennsylvania’s Master’s of Applied Positive Psychology programme and is an executive coach who has worked with over 14,000 people in 21 countries. Stella has also delivered workshops to organizations including Google, Johnson and Johnson, Young & Rubicam to inspire their employees to develop a positive work culture. Her unique approach to loving your work has been featured on MSNBC, ABC news and the Today Show.

In today’s episode Stella explains the power of playful mindset to help us avoid getting stuck in the common mind traps most of us struggle with at work.

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You’ll Learn:

  • [05:06] – Stella explains how the playful mindset can help approach uncertain situations with curiosity rather than fear at work.
  • [10:38] – Stella shares how complaining can become a common mind trap, because it triggers our negativity bias over and over again.
  • [11:56] – Stella talks about how comparing yourself to others is another mindtrap in which people often become stuck.
  • [13:56] – Stella outlines her “Vision Generator” exercise, and how it can help you to generate your vision and clarify how you want to be to avoid comparisons with others.
  • [14:34] – Stella explains how criticism – especially of ourselves – gets many of stuck when it comes to our work and what we can do to be more supportive of ourselves.
  • [19:29] – Stella shares what she wishes she known when she first graduated from the Masters of Positive Psychology program.
  • [21:24] – Lightning round with Stella Grizont.

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