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Gabriele Oettingen

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Neue Wege finden: So überwindest du deine Blockaden. Mit Prof. Gabriele Oettingen

Ist das noch gesund? – Der Gesundheitspodcast der Techniker

Ich würde so gerne mehr Sport machen, aber ich komme einfach nicht hoch. Ich will weniger naschen und stehe dann doch wieder vor dem Kühlschrank. Ich wollte diese tolle Ausstellung sehen und hab’s einfach nicht geschafft. Warum fällt es uns Menschen so schwer, aus dem alten Trott auszubrechen und endlich unsere Wünsche für ein zufriedeneres, gesünderes Leben zu erfüllen? Wie finden wir heraus, was uns zurückhält - und wie können wir diese inneren Blockaden überwinden? Darüber spricht Dr. Yael Adler heute mit der Verhaltensbiologin und Psychologin Prof. Gabriele Oettingen. Sie erforscht seit über 20 Jahren, wie sich Menschen motivieren und Ziele setzen – und was ihnen wirklich dabei hilft, diese Ziele zu erreichen. Aus ihren Forschungsergebnissen hat sie eine Methode namens “WOOP” entwickelt: eine einfach zu lernende Mental-Strategie, mit der wir unseren Zielen näherkommen. Im Gespräch mit Yael Adler beantwortet Gabriele Oettingen Fragen wie: Wie setze ich mir realistische Ziele? Wie schaffe ich es, ehrlich mit mir selbst zu sein? Was bringt positives Denken? Ist man irgendwann zu alt, um seine Gewohnheiten zu ändern? Wie kann ich meine Wünsche verwirklichen? Weitere Informationen: Im WOOP-Online-Kurs der Techniker erklärt Gabriele Oettingen Ihnen genau, wie WOOP funktioniert. https://www.tk.de/techniker/2096776 Hintergrundinformationen und Quellen wie Gabriele Oettingens Buch “Die Psychologie des Gelingens” gibt es auch auf https://woopmylife.org/de/science

47mins

13 Sep 2021

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Vom positiven Denken zum erfolgreichen Handeln - WOOP nach Gabriele Oettingen

Coaching Inspiration

Kennst du das Gefühl, dass du trotz positiver Gedanken, Affirmationen und Hoffnungen trotzdem nicht erfolgreich handeln kannst? Genau hier setzt die Methode von Gabriele Oettingen an. Sie hat durch empirische Untersuchungen etwas Interessantes festgestellt: positive Gedanken reichen nicht aus. Vielmehr ist es wichtig, dass wir weitere Schritte hinzufügen. Ganz besonders entscheidend ist dabei das mentale Kontrastieren, was in der Kombination aus positiven Denken und der Vorstellung von Hindernissen besteht. Der Vorteil besteht darin, dass wir so unser Verhalten in der Realität verankern können. Das hört sich für dich interessant an? Dann wünschen wir dir ganz viel Spaß beim Hören und mit der WOOP-Methode von Gabriele Oettingen!  {00:30} Einleitung und Zitat {01:00} Wie wichtig ist positives Denken überhaupt? {01:40} Wer ist Gabriele Oettingen (TA)? {02:35} Das mentale Kontrastieren {04:20} Die WOOP-Methode {10:15} Die Anwendung der WOOP-Methode  {16:45} Tipps zur Umsetzung der WOOP Methode: https://woopmylife.org/de/practice Quelle: "Die Psychologie des Gelingens - Gabriele Oettingen" Creative Commons Music Credit: AJ Super - Wonderous Schickt uns gerne eure Fragen und Feedback an: coaching.inspiration.podcast@gmail.com Für neue Informationen folgt uns gerne bei Instagram: coaching_inspiration_podcast https://www.instagram.com/coaching_inspiration_podcast/ Du willst mit uns arbeiten, dann schau dir unsere Internetseiten an: Sebastian: https://ubu-health.com/ Anja: www.Expedition-coaching.de Marian: https://www.provenexpert.com/de-de/marian-bansmann/

19mins

6 Jun 2021

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Gabriele Oettingen Professor of Psychology - Department of Psychology New York University

KUCI: Get the Funk Out

Princess Gabriele of Oettingen-Oettingen and Oettingen-Spielberg, known professionally as Gabriele Oettingen, is a German academic and psychologist. She is a professor of psychology at New York University and the University of Hamburg.WOOP my LIfewww.woopmylife.org

3 Jul 2020

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Move Note: Rethinking Positive Thinking by Gabriele Oettingen

Mind In Movement

This Move Note is a selection of some of my favourite ideas from Gabriele Oettingen's great book 'Rethinking Positive Thinking: Inside The New Science Of Motivation. - Move Notes are brought to you by Hazel from Mind In Movement. Hazel is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and movement nerd. She loves geeking out on great movement books. She shares her favourite ideas from her favourite books to help you get smart about how you move. Download PDFs and MP3s of the Move Notes and find out more at www.mindinmovement.co.nz.

16mins

16 Jun 2020

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Gabriele Oettingen – Rethinking ‘Positive Thinking’ a formula for the current crisis? #119

Karl Morris - The Brainbooster

On today’s Brain Booster it is my great pleasure to introduce as my guest Gabriele Oettingen. In this current situation this may well be one of THE most important podcasts I have ever done. Gabriele’s work is truly groundbreaking and incredibly thought provoking. It is counter intuitive to ‘conventional wisdom’. So often in golf or life we are inundated with advice to “think positively.” Just ‘Think positively, believe in yourself’!!! The general message is the same: look on the bright side, be optimistic in the face of adversity, and focus on your dreams. And whether we’re trying to motivate ourselves to win a golf tournament or run a marathon, we’re told time and time again that focusing on fulfilling our wishes will make them come true. Gabriele Oettingen draws on more than twenty years of research in the science of human motivation to reveal why the conventional wisdom falls short. The obstacles that we think prevent us from realizing our deepest wishes can actually lead to their fulfillment. Starry-eyed dreaming isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, and as it turns out, dreamers are not often doers. Based on her research and large-scale scientific studies, Oettingen introduces a new way to visualize the future, called mental contrasting. It combines focusing on our dreams with visualizing the obstacles that stand in our way. By experiencing our dreams in our minds and facing reality we can address our fears, make concrete plans, and gain energy to take action. In Rethinking Positive Thinking, Oettingen applies mental contrasting to three key areas of personal change— becoming healthier, nurturing personal and professional relationships, and performing better at work. She introduces us today to the key phases of mental contrasting using a proven four-step process called WOOP—Wish, Outcome, Obstacle, Plan—and offers advice and exercises on how to best apply this method to daily life. Through mental contrasting, people in Oettingen’s studies have become significantly more motivated to quit smoking, lose weight, get better grades, sustain fulfilling relationships, and negotiate more effectively in business situations. The potential effect you could enjoy in your game as a result of this information are profound. To find out more about WOOP and Gabriele’s work go to: www.woopmylife.org To become a Mind Factor Mindfulness Practitioner contact me directly on karl@themindfactor.com The course starts 6pm on Thursday April 23rd IMPROVE YOUR GOLF AT HOME If you want to STILL improve your game whilst at home. Study my ‘Breakthrough Program’ 18 Videos Audio Course E-Book Go to https://themindfactor.net/product/breakthrough-video-course-programme-sp/?mc_cid=21af2b8351&mc_eid=%5bUNIQID%5d

51mins

10 Apr 2020

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Ep. 76 – Focusing on Obstacles with Gabriele Oettingen

Swarfcast

Today’s guest on the podcast is Gabriele Oettingen, professor of psychology at NYU and author of the book “Rethinking Positive Thinking: the Science of Motivation.” Contrary to conventional wisdom that asserts “positive thinking is always positive,” Oettingen’s studies have shown that people who embrace only positive thinking as a way to reach their dreams are […]The post Ep. 76 – Focusing on Obstacles with Gabriele Oettingen first appeared on Today’s Machining World.

31mins

3 Apr 2020

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#28 The Science of Making Your Dreams Come True, with Prof. Gabriele Oettingen

BrainFirst Radio: Applied Neuroscience and Biohacking with Ramon David

Gabriele Oettingen, Ph.D. is a Professor of Psychology at New York University. She is the author of more than 150 articles and book chapters on thinking about the future (and the control of cognition, emotion, and behavior). Her major contribution to the field is research on the perils of positive thinking and on Mental Contrasting - which a self-regulation technique that is effective for mastering one’s everyday life and long-term development. Gabriele’s work is published in social, personality, developmental, educational, health and clinical, and organizational and consumer psychology, as well as in neuropsychological and medical journals. I know you guys are going to love this episode, and it contains such a powerful, research-backed tool that you can implement straight away. So welcome to the science of making your dreams come true. You can find out more about Gabriele’s work at www.woopmylife.org - where you can also get the app, and links to get the book: RETHINKING POSITIVE THINKING: Inside the New Science of Motivation.Visit us for more cool stuff: https://www.mybrainfirst.comInstagram for daily quotes & tips: https://www.instagram.com/mybrainfirstJoin the BrainFirst community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/MyBrainFirst/Connect with me:https://www.instagram.com/ramondavidneuroSponsored by BrainFirst Training Institute. Accredited neuroscience and brain-based training programs. https://www.brainfirsttraininginstitute.com

1hr 6mins

6 May 2019

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The Shocking Counter-Intuitive Science Behind The Truth of Positive Thinking with Dr. Gabriele Oettingen

The Science of Success

In this episode we discuss the shocking truth about the dangers of positive thinking. Is it always good to visualize your goals? Could there be potential downsides to daydreams and fantasies about the future? How can we identify what stands in the way of our goals and take concrete action to get there? We look at these questions and much more, along with a proven evidence-based methodology for creating effective behavior change - to actually achieve what you want - with our guest Dr. Gabriele OettingenDr. Gabriele Oettingen is a Professor of Psychology at New York University and the University of Hamburg. She is the creator of the WOOP process and author of the book Rethinking Positive Thinking: Inside The New Science of Motivation. Her work has been featured in The Harvard Business Review, NPR’s Hidden Brain, and much more!Positive thinking must be positive, right?The shocking and counter-intuitive science behind the truth about positive thinkingPositive fantasies and daydreams about the future can be very helpful when we think about improving our mood - but when it comes to actually executing and creating results, positive fantasies can have a serious negative impact on our behavior and our resultsStudies show that inducing positive fantasies about the future causes a drop in energy and motivationPositive fantasies and daydreams sap our energy for moving towards our goalsMental Contrasting of the Positive Future and the Inner Obstacles of Reality standing in the way of that positive futureMental contrasting helps you prioritize your goals and figure out the right ones to pursue The myth of “positive thinking” and “being optimistic” is very seductive - but it can be dangerous and misleadingMost of our wishes are more challenging, difficult, and complicated than we think they areSheer positive visualization won’t help you get to your goals, and may be harming you and making it less likely for you to achieve your goals Positive visualization creates a measurable physical change in your body that makes you less likely to the action and create results The idea that you have an obstacle in the way will stir up the energy necessary to overcome your obstaclesThinking about your obstacles will produce strategies that will help you overcome your obstaclesThe Conscious Exercise of Mental Contrasting triggers nonconscius processes and the conscious processes do the workThe work of Mental Contrasting builds associative links to the subconscious that produces the behavior change necessary to achieve your goalsThe combination of Mental Contrasting + Implementation Intentions it the “WOOP” StrategyWishOutcome (imagine)Obstacle (imagine)Plan (if/then)It only takes 5-10 mins to apply the WOOP methodology - 5-10 mins of concentrated focusSlowUninterruptedFocusedBy yourselfWOOP builds the subconscious framework that creates the behaviors that result in actionWOOP is a skill you can learn and its different because it draws on automatic subconscious processes to create behavioral changeWOOP is a discovery tool - dig a little deeper into your wishes - what is it really that stands in the way?Homework: WOOP for yourself (details on woopmylife.org)Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

55mins

27 Sep 2018

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ML60: Gabriele Oettingen on Rethinking Positive Thinking, The Science of Motivation and How To Achieve Your Goals

MetaLearn

Gabriele Oettingen is a Professor of Psychology at New York University and the University of Hamburg and a bestselling author. Her research focuses on human motivation and goal setting, exploring the impact of the way we look at the future on our emotions and behaviour. We’re living in an age where positive thinking is all the rage – from pop music to political speeches thee message is the same: think positive, focus on your dreams and they’ll come true before you know it. The problem with following this advice is not only that it’s empty and hard to action – but that it can actually reduce your chances of achieving your goals. Gabriele Oettingen has spent twenty years researching the science of human motivation and discovered time and again that conventional positive thinking falls short. By changing the way we think about the future her research has proven that we can become healthier, improve our personal relationships and perform better at work. In this conversation we discuss a range of topics including: - How people normally set goals and what they’re doing wrong - The pitfalls of positive thinking and how to avoid them - The practical tools you can apply to get better results in your life So whether you’re looking to make some major changes in your life or just level up that extra one per cent, you’ll learn the practical strategies needed to change your mindset and habits in order to achieve your goals.

48mins

6 Jun 2017

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Dr. Gabriele Oettingen: Rethinking positive thinking

Amy Alkon's HumanLab: The Science Between Us

Amy Alkon's Advice Goddess Radio: "Nerd Your Way To A Better Life!" with the best brains in science.My guest today, NYU psychology professor Dr. Gabriele Oettingen, draws on more than 20 years of research on human motivation to show why conventional wisdom on "thinking positively" falls short. On tonight's show, she'll lay out her science-based method for achieving goals and explain why seeing the obstacles and not just the rainbows and pots of gold gives you your best chance for success.Her book we'll be discussing is Rethinking Positive Thinking: Inside the New Science of Motivation.Join me and all my fascinating guests every Sunday, 7 to 7:30 p.m. PT, 10 to 10:30 p.m. ET, at blogtalkradio.com/amyalkon or subscribe on iTunes or Stitcher.Please support this show by ordering my book, the well-reviewed, science-based, and funny "Good Manners For Nice People Who Sometimes Say F*ck."

59mins

18 Jan 2016

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