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To get better and spend more time in the Mindset of Discovery, we must practice the behaviors that lead us there.

John Sweeney, co-author of The Innovative Mindset and owner of the Brave New Workshop comedy theatre, gives five suggestions for practicing the art of “Reframing.”

This Big 5 behavior means the act of looking at events, actions, words, pretty much anything through a new light – a positive light, a neutral light – any way of looking at it that allows you to move forward and take positive action towards your end goal.

Do you have more suggestions? We’d love to hear them! Email [email protected] and let us know how you practice Reframing. You can also engage in the conversation on Facebook.

Video and article by John Sweeney.

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