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The Hindsight Window: How To Master Your State Of Being

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Mastering your internal state doesn’t have to be hard. Not even in times of stress and anxiety.

In this insightful and brilliantly humorous 17-minute training, entrepreneur and creator of the WildFit program, Eric Edmeades, reveals a powerful model he calls the hindsight window.”

About The Video

The hindsight window represents the time between when you experience a negative event and the time in the future where you end up perceiving that same event as a “blessing.”

According to Eric, the shorter your hindsight window, the easier it is to achieve happiness in the present.

In this fantastic video, Eric reveals a simple process to minimize that window so that you can respond better to negative situations. You’ll hear:

  • (2:48) — How to shorten your hindsight window and ensure less regret in the future;
  • (7:58) — How to find gratitude for the difficult circumstances in the past;
  • (12:41) — How to transform a bad situation into a massive opportunity for success, happiness, and gratitude.

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Tatiana Azman

Tatiana Azman is the SEO content editor for Mindvalley and a certified life coach. She brings a wealth of experience in writing and storytelling to her work, honed through her background in journalism. Drawing on her years in spa and wellness and having gone through a cancer experience, she's constantly on the lookout for natural, effective ways that help with one's overall well-being.
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Tatiana Azman

Tatiana Azman is the SEO content editor for Mindvalley and a certified life coach. She brings a wealth of experience in writing and storytelling to her work, honed through her background in journalism. Drawing on her years in spa and wellness and having gone through a cancer experience, she's constantly on the lookout for natural, effective ways that help with one's overall well-being.
Eric Edmeades, trainer of Mindvalley's "WILDFIT®," "The Immunity Blueprint," "7 Days to Breaking Up with Sugar," "Business Freedom Blueprint," and "The Stage Effect" Quests
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Eric Edmeades is a dynamic international speaker, author, and pioneering authority in fields such as evolutionary biology, nutritional anthropology, and public speaking. From a challenging start as a homeless teenager, Eric transformed his life to become a celebrated speaker and entrepreneur, sharing stages with icons like Richard Branson and Bill Clinton.

His profound health struggles led him to profound discoveries in dietary health, inspiring his creation of the transformative WILDFIT® program, which has helped thousands achieve radical health breakthroughs. Eric’s work has earned him accolades, including a medal from the Canadian Senate and recognition from the Transformational Leadership Council.

Today, he continues to empower individuals worldwide through his innovative seminars and programs, advocating for holistic health and effective communication to enhance life quality. Eric further extends his expertise through Mindvalley, where he is the trainer for the WILDFIT®, The Immunity Blueprint, 7 Days to Breaking Up with Sugar, Business Freedom Blueprint, and The Stage Effect quests.

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