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Improving your mind is everything. Until you let yourself be carried by your thoughts, immediate pleasures, fear, and pain, you will experience exactly what you “cultivate”. As they say, you reap what you sow.
This refers to the universal cause-and-effect principle, which suggests that every thought and feeling you experience and every action you take will generate an effect. Good or bad, that’s totally up to you.
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Mindfulness implies self awareness. Practicing mindfulness is nothing more then focusing your entire attention on the present moment. Your present tought and feelings, the environment that surrounds you, your breath, your heartbeat…you choose. It doesn’t matter what you focus on — as long as you’...
When we do something, we do it because we seek pleasure or because we want to avoind pain. Think about it, whebn a student must do their homework, they procrastinate because there subconsious minds signal incoming pain. When the deadline is close, they’ll take action in order to avoid the pain of...
Very few of us are making real dicisions. A decision is a deal with your mind that no matter what happens, your decision sticks. Therefore, when you say, "i should exercise", you should immediately replace the “should” with “must”. Otherwise, your brain won’t take your intent seriously and it won...
What do you do when you want to build muscles? you exercise. Not just once, but regularly. Training you brain to stay focused is a matter of practive. Everytime you experience distracting thoughts, you have to acknowlegde them for what they are "time and attention killers"
Multitasking has been proven to reduce our cognitive abillities due to the fact that the brain can only fully focus on one task at a time. Even though multitasking can be beneficial in various situations, you should avoid it as much as you can whenever you deal with important tasks.
Some people perform better during the day, while others do great during the night. To find your most productive hours "the peak hours", you should actively measure your productivity during various hours of the day.
Pay attention to your energy, thought patterns, distractions, motiva...
Our thoughts shape our reality. Why? Because our thoughts generate feelings, feelings lead to action, and action leads to result.
As a part of your morning routine, establish one to three critical tasks that must be done throughout the day. Don’t just think of them superficially. Vi...
Sovereignty is the practice of alining your thoughts, emotions and actions. Most people lack sovereignty
which means that their emotions aren’t in harmony with their thoughts, neither with their actions.
For example, if you want to read a book today but you instantly feel that...
If you build empowering habits, you'll no longer have to use you motivation and willpower to becme focused. your mind will recognize the pattern and will make your job easier. For example — when you wash your teeth and face in the morning, you’re doing automatically without using any significant ...
You can't train your brain to stay focused unless you ensure that your external environment also lacks distractions. Your phone, for example, should never disturb your attention. Turn off the notifications, say “NO” whenever someone interrupts you, and be committed to cut off every possible distr...
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“You reap whatever you sow. If you sow to your own flesh, you will reap corruption from the flesh; but if you sow to the Spirit, you will reap eternal life from the Spirit”
Sometimes, however, people don’t reap what they sow, because someone else steps in ...
A good way to see the butterfly effect is with a game of billiards. No matter how consistent you are with the first shot, the smallest of differences in the speed and angle with which you strike the white ball will cause the balls to scatter in different directions every time.
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