Why wouldn’t we want to have our brains operating at a high level? Everything that matters to us is subjected to our mental processes. It begins with our feelings and how we manage them inside our heads. Our feelings then dictate our body language which puts out non-verbal aura into the world around us.
Next, it is our words that others hear us speak which cause them to make their own interpretations about who we are the depths of our character. This is where our relationships are launched and how others react to us. Good or bad, we attract the people who can relate to what are saying and the actions we take. Bad words come from bad thoughts and attract people who have bad thoughts. Good thoughts do the complete opposite.
This leads us to the influential people that have enormous and direct impact on our lives. We are referring to our teachers, our employers, and authority figures we encounter. Their decisions about us will determine the quality of our lives. They decide what grades we get in school, what promotions or jobs we get, and how much income we will ultimately earn.
Before long, we find ourselves living the type of life that we really did not desire. Yet the life we are living is the results of what kinds of thoughts our brains processed and minds accepted. A tired and poorly nourished brain will give us poor thoughts regardless of our character. And the life we are now living has come about because of our thoughts. This is why we must pay close attention to what we think and more importantly – what we believe. It is urged that you view the short video below and take the recommended actions. These very short exercises can change your life in the long term if you commit to doing them daily.