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The Upside of a Meltdown

A company I follow, Adaptiv Learning, recently shared an article on strengthening resiliency for navigating "iceberg beliefs." It calved a few thoughts of my own that I thought might be beneficial to share. To start, an iceberg belief is a deeply held belief of our place in the world and whose "mass" is greater below the surface of our consciousness. Iceberg beliefs reveal themselves in a couple of ways: 1) when our emotional response to a specific adversity is out of balance, like when you react with terror to an email from the boss that hits your inbox, and 2) when our belief is a universal judgment, like "as the boss, I need to know everything." Melting our iceberg beliefs begins with an

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