Are you ready to apply scientifically proven methods and technologies to help you strengthen your mental and emotional abilities? Would you like to know how to earn more money while doing what you love to do?
If you're ready to make more money, create a life filled with purpose and passion, and save a bunch for retirement, you must first develop the right mindset: a mindset that removes obstacles that prevent you from reaching your goals.
Your beliefs, values, habits, emotions, attitudes, and perceptions make up your mindset. People often get stuck in a fixed mindset. A cycle of scarcity, which makes it pretty much impossible to break free from limiting belief systems and behavioral patterns that are less than desirable.
If you’re reading this, you may already know that if you lack financial abundance and are unable to attract healthy relationships and overall well-being into your life, you may have a deep rooted mental or emotional block buried in your subconscious mind.
It’s the limiting beliefs, destructive habits, and negative thinking that keep you stuck in the comfort zone. This mind trap hinders many people from reaching their full potential.
How? According to the latest brain science discoveries, overcoming inner struggles is easier than ever before. It’s all about learning how to retrain your brain for success.
Research conducted by major universities like Harvard, Yale, and UCLA, along with evidence from tens of thousands of neuroscience studies, show us that the human brain is, malleable and can be trained to help us succeed faster and easier than ever before.
Once your brain is trained to operate from a growth mindset wired for success, you'll automatically begin to think and behave differently. And when you take action in a way that's aligned with your ultimate goals you can easily achieve the lifestyle of your dreams.
Here are 3 ways, according to neuroscience and the Law of Attraction, to help you overcome the difficult challenges blocking your success and living your full potential.
Stress can be extremely deliberating and anxiety affects approximately 40 million people in the United States. Sure there are different levels of severity, but stress can often lead to chronic health issues. To curb it, experiment with preventative practices and stress-reducing techniques to figure out what works best for you.
Here are some time-tested ways to let go and unwind:
Are you money blocked? Everyone has a hidden “money story” made up of a collection of ideas and experiences associated with earning, saving, and spending money. It stems from childhood, just like almost everything else, and often ties to your closest circle of family and friends.
Many people aren’t fully aware of the themes surrounding their personal money stories. They just experience happiness or frustration, wealth or financial hardship.
To discover your money blocks, start by repeating money-centric affirmations to yourself. As you do, notice your knee-jerk reaction to each concept. Be completely honest with yourself and let your thoughts flow freely.
Now that you’ve said the above affirmations to yourself, take note if you felt any resistance. Can you think of a time in your life where this resistance held you back?
If your relationship with money feels stagnant or blocked, start to recognize when your hidden beliefs or resistance show up. Realize that it’s just a made-up narrative you keep telling yourself, and you can choose to believe it, or not.
How do you talk to yourself? Think about it for a moment. Do you repeat the same, old story hoping for a better outcome? Do you have a mean, inner critic that keeps you from believing in your abilities?
If you want to release the negativity from your brain and strengthen positive neural pathways, the first step is to notice your thought patterns.
Dr. David Krueger explains that the brain operates to expend the least amount of energy to do a task. In other words, “the brain takes shortcuts based on what it already knows – the tracks already laid with neurons tailored to certain tasks.”
So if your default thinking is negative, you’ll end up with more negative messages because it’s easier and faster for your brain. Therefore, neural pathways strengthen each time we repeat a particular thought or behavior, so if you believe your inner critic, and you let its voice run rampant, you’ll end up with unpleasant noise in your head all the time.
When it comes to letting go of negative self-talk a good rule of thumb is to practice building positive neural pathways. This can help you break down the negative ones.
If you continue to say things like: “I can’t seem to change my life” then your brain will believe you.
And this type of self-talk can keep you from becoming the best version of yourself. Instead, be flexible and curious about the idea of change. It doesn’t always have to be grueling or frightening. It can be freeing.
Go ahead and remove “I can’t” from your vocabulary and surround yourself with positive people. And why not invite your inner guru to speak in place of your inner critic?
Are you ready to develop the mindset, skillset, and action set to reach your full potential in this lifetime?
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