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5 Tips to reprogram your mind

mindHi guys, Thank god it’s anoth­er Mon­day and we are alive and well. Do you know that every day you are pro­gram­ming your mind? or should I say your mind is being pro­grammed? When you watch TV or lis­ten to the radio you are being influ­enced. Oth­er person’s beliefs and opin­ions are being put out there for you to accept or reject. Ensure that what you are putting into your brain is accu­rate. The rea­son why this is so crit­i­cal is because our beliefs deter­mine where we end up in life.

When a child grows up in pover­ty and is sur­round­ed by peo­ple with a pover­ty mind­set he has lit­tle hope of escap­ing the pover­ty cycle. Only by delib­er­ate­ly pro­gram­ming his mind for suc­cess will he be able to break free. Take time out of your day to delib­er­ate­ly pro­gram your mind. Whether it’s lis­ten­ing to a moti­va­tion­al audio­book or watch­ing a moti­va­tion­al video. I rec­om­mend read­ing the book: think and grow rich by Napolean hill. This book is a great read and has helped thou­sands of peo­ple to change their mind­set.

Reprogramming the mind

When a child grows up in pover­ty and is sur­round­ed by peo­ple with a pover­ty mind­set he has lit­tle hope of escap­ing the pover­ty cycle. Only by delib­er­ate­ly pro­gram­ming his mind for suc­cess will he be able to break free. Take time out of your day to delib­er­ate­ly pro­gram your mind. Whether it’s lis­ten­ing to a moti­va­tion­al audio­book or watch­ing a moti­va­tion­al video. I rec­om­mend read­ing the book: think and grow rich by Napolean hill. This book is a great read and has helped thou­sands of peo­ple to change their mind­set.

There are many peo­ple who have turned their lives around. They did this by tak­ing con­trol of their minds.Be proac­tive take con­trol of your life, don’t let your sit­u­a­tion deter­mine how you think. you have the pow­er with­in you to become what you want to become.

Tips to reprogramming the mind.

Reading

I don’t know any­one who is suc­cess­ful who doesn’t read that is a major clue. If you want to change your mind­set you have to read. When you read, you expose your mind to oth­er ideas and views of peo­ple. Read moti­va­tion­al arti­cles. Read about the strug­gles that the most suc­cess­ful peo­ple had to go through. When we see peo­ple who are suc­cess­ful our minds tend to ignore all the strug­gles that they went through.

There are peo­ple who have been home­less for most of their lives before they received suc­cess. James Cameron the direc­tor of the Ter­mi­na­tor and oth­er high­ly acclaimed movies was home­less. Les Brown one of the best moti­va­tion­al speak­ers used to be home­less. Let their sto­ries strength­en your mind­set. When I feel down I read some of their sto­ries and it real­ly makes me feel like my life could be worst. That’s what read­ing does.  Let’s say you were diag­nosed with dia­betes and as far as you were con­cerned that was a death sen­tence. Then you read about a guy who has sur­vived for the last 20 years with dia­betes? your mind­set would change!

I rec­om­mend read­ing at least one book per month to feed your mind, in all you should be read­ing and aver­age of 12 books per year.

Listening

What we lis­ten has a con­sid­er­able influ­ence on us. Have you ever hat­ed a song so much but heard it played every­where, then you catch your­self hum­ming the very tune of that song? what’s hap­pen­ing? We are influ­enced by audio every day of our lives. This is why it is crit­i­cal that you choose what you lis­ten to care­ful­ly.

Here’s a sto­ry; A moth­er has a child that she con­stant­ly tells that he is a good for noth­ing and that he is worth­less. After a peri­od of time he believes it so strong­ly that he begins to mis­be­have and starts to get into trou­ble at school. As a full grown man, he ends up becom­ing a crim­i­nal. I’ve said it before your mind is a bio­log­i­cal com­put­er. A com­put­er doesn’t care what infor­ma­tion you feed it. It just acts upon the infor­ma­tion you feed it.

Lis­ten to pos­i­tive affir­ma­tions and audio every day, you will slow­ly notice how your mind­set changes for the bet­ter.

Watching

Do you watch movies that just leave you feel­ing dis­turbed? Do you find your­self watch­ing movies such as human cen­tipede and oth­er use­less garbage that does absolute­ly noth­ing to feed your mind? Then stop and assess what you watch. If you get up every day and the first thing you watch is a fail video on youtube or news of some crim­i­nal activ­i­ty you are putting your mind in a neg­a­tive state.

Think of your mind like your body. Eat­ing junk food might taste good but you will notice how unfit you become when you do this. When you watch these videos you are mak­ing your­self men­tal­ly unfit. Ensure that the videos you watch are pro­vid­ing some val­ue for your life because that’s time you will nev­er get back.

Watch at least one moti­va­tion­al video ever day. Do this task in the morn­ing before you start your day.

Taking action

Tak­ing action on any­thing is prob­a­bly the sim­plest things to do. So why do a major­i­ty os person’s includ­ing me find it hard to do this? I believe I have the answer. If you observe your­self you will notice that you are more like­ly to take action after feel­ing moti­vat­ed and pos­i­tive. This is why you need to build up to this. Tak­ing action is the phys­i­cal man­i­fes­ta­tion of what you read, lis­ten and watch.

When you take action, whether you get results or not it influ­ences your mind. If you get good results it strength­ens your resolve, it improves your con­fi­dence in your abil­i­ties. If you get bad results it may dis­cour­age you from tak­ing action in the future. How­ev­er if you have for­ti­fied your mind by read­ing, lis­ten­ing and watch­ing pos­i­tive peo­ple you will have a strong mind­set.

Take action towards your goals ever day. It doesn’t mat­ter how small make progress towards your goal. After a time it will build your momen­tum until tak­ing action becomes nat­ur­al.

Repetition

Rep­e­ti­tion is impor­tant to the mind. When you study you have to prac­tice repeat­ed­ly in order to mem­o­rize what you are study­ing. When you go to the gym you have to exer­cise repeat­ed­ly and con­sis­tent­ly to get desired results.

Repeat the pre­vi­ous tips every sin­gle day. What you will real­ize is that your mind­set is going to change from neg­a­tive to pos­i­tive.

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