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Our brain’s three “Voices” can harm our ability to make changes necessary to succeed on the Bar Exam. Voice #3: The Voice of Judgment. Here’s how to manage the voice that says we are not enough and keeps us from passing.
Instead of allowing the internal Voice of Judgment to tell you that you are not enough, here are 3 practices that create an open mind you can use to improve your studies and your performance on the bar exam. By focusing energy on Acceptance, Recognition and Appreciation, you can lower the volume of the Voice of Judgment and replace it with the information you need for success!
This is the third part of our series on the Voices of Failure on the Bar Exam. Previous episodes can be found here:
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Our brain’s three “Voices” can harm our ability to make changes necessary to succeed on the Bar Exam. Voice #2: The Voice of Cynicism. Here’s how to manage the voice that says we are not loved or accepted when studying to pass the bar exam.
The Voice of Cynicism is connected to our “Mammalian” Brain and seeks acceptance and love. When we try to learn or do new things, this Voice attempts to protect us, but in doing so, may keep us from growing.
When you learn to manage the Voice of Cynicism through gratitude, kindness and forgiveness, you will find a willingness to explore new ideas and try new approaches. For bar exam takers, this quality is critical to moving from a failing score to passing!
Part One: The Voice of Fear
Part Three: The Voice of Judgement
Our brain’s three “Voices” can harm our ability to make changes necessary to succeed on the Bar Exam. Voice #1: The Voice of Fear. Here’s how to beat it!
This first part of a three-part series examines Fear and where it comes from and most importantly, how to control and minimize it during the Bar Exam and throughout your study.