Focus - Deepstash


When the brain is rewiring itself, it responds best to clear, specific directions, not to messages that are vague and unfocused.

The clearer the picture you're able to give your brain, the more detailed the neural imprint of that goal will be recorded in your brain.

Your brain, when seeking a goal, will record only what you tell it, and exactly what you tell it, and only as completely as the picture you present to it.Anytbibg you leave unclear induces the brain to come up with its its own version of what it thinks you want.


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