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Our Success Is Dependent On The Stories We Tell

Ask The Right QuestionsThis article really caught my attention as it’s something that I can totally relate to. I used to say things like “I’m a starter, not a finisher – which is why I struggle with focus” – if you say something enough to yourself, you’ll live it. In the words of Henry Ford “whether you think you can, or you can’t, you’re right.” This is an insightful look into the world of the stories we tell ourselves and how our success is dependent on the stories we tell from Psychology Today. If you say to yourself “why can’t I focus?” – guess what will happen!  [Read more…]


How To Double The Performance Of Your Brain (Part 2 of 4)

Here’s Part 2 of how to double the performance of your brain. It ventures into the theories of The Law Of Attraction, although doesn’t actually mention this term. It’s about about engaging the subconscious mind through positive affirmations and also explains the super conscious mind.  According to the narrator, the super conscious mind is the source of all creativity, intuition, hunches, insight and the ability to see things in a new way. It functions on a non-conscious level 24 hours a day and is capable of goal-oriented motivation, for which it requires clear and specific goals.  Also, by installing in your mind the belief that you have already achieved that goal, whether it be money, or love, or anything else, the more your super conscious mind works in the background to realise your goals.

From this episode of how to double the performance of your brain, I loved the point about the more you affirm positively from the conscious mind to the subconscious mind, you trigger the super conscious mind into action. The more think positively about the goals you want to achieve, through belief that you have already achieved them, the more your super conscious mind will work for you to achieve your goals. This is exactly what the Law Of Attraction is all about, and is explained by Napoleon Hill in his 1937 book “Think And Grow Rich” which I’ve mentioned before on this site and is also in line with Tony Robbins’ advice to always focus on what you want, rather than on what you don’t have, or don’t want.