Working with a Positive Mindset


This summer we enjoyed the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, and one thing that never fails to impress me when I’m watching these games is the mindset of the competitors. With rare exception, they are dedicated to making the most of their moment and smashing through terrific physical and mental barriers to compete at their best level and win.


Mindset isn’t exclusive to the world’s top sports competitors. It’s something we all need so that we can get through our days both at home and at work and be satisfied that we did our best and achieved something: it makes all the difference, not only to how we approach life’s many challenges but also to our wellbeing, to how we feel about ourselves whenever we ‘win’ or ‘fail’ at something.