Monday, October 17, 2016

It All Starts with Your Mind

I believe that knowledge is power.  Everyone should improve themselves no matter what stage of life they're in.  Moving forward is key.

No matter what it is you want to achieve in life, what makes you happy, or how you hope things are going to turn out – it all starts with your mind. That is to say, that your mind – and your mindset more specifically – is responsible for how successful you are in any pursuit, how others see you, your health, your physical strength and even how happy you are with what you have accomplished.

Any change you want to create in your life starts with the decision to make that change. That alone is enough to mean that all change necessarily must come from within to begin with. It is then your conviction about that change that ensures you’re able to accomplish it, your planning and your determination. And finally, it is your perception of that change that determines whether or not you are content with it.
Take a look at any of the most successful people in the world. One thing they almost always have in common is an absolutely unwavering commitment and determination to what they want to achieve. Take Arnold Schwarzenegger for instance – reportedly, he was so determined to become a champion bodybuilder that he would even break into the gym on the days when it was closed in order to train. He once even snuck out of army barracks during his conscription in order to attend a competition!
People who are truly committed to what they want to achieve will be more than happy to wake up at 5 am every morning in order to workout, to work on their project, to research, to learn or to train. They never tire and they never simply give up. This same commitment and passion is what helps you to focus on boring work, to finish early or to see breakthroughs that you otherwise might have missed.
And simply having the conviction and belief that you can and will success is often enough to draw people to you and to increase your chances of success. When you are truly driven and when you have complete faith in yourself, you exude passion and confidence – which inspires others and convinces them to take risks on you. This is called the ‘law of attraction’ and in a nutshell, it means that for others to believe in you, you first need to believe in yourself!
But perhaps you don’t need any of those things? Perhaps you already have everything you already need to be completely happy but the problem is simply acknowledging that and being content with it. Perhaps it’s just the ‘hedonic treadmill’ that keeps you in a perpetual state of dissatisfaction and prevents you from living life to the fullest and making the most of your opportunities, experiences and relationships.
I'm about to change all that, teaching you the skills you need to really take control of your own mind and to thereby take control of your body and even your situation. 

In this Monday Motivation series, you will learn:

  • How your brain works and how this impacts on your experiences and your capabilities
  • How you can take control over the workings of your brain in order to alter your emotional state and more
  • How controlling your own mind can help you get into the best shape of your life
  • How to be happier and more content
  • How to manipulate others by understanding the workings of their mind
  • How to increase your confidence and use the ‘law of attraction’ to get whatever you want in life
  • How to overcome your fears and other obstacles
  • How to increase your energy levels and never have a lazy evening again
  • How to accomplish incredible focus and tap into ‘flow states’
  • How to be engaging, charismatic and attractive
  • And much more…

There are 14 days until Halloween, 38 days until Thanksgiving, 69 days until Christmas, and 76 days until 2017.  What are some changes that you want to make by these deadlines?


  1. Interesting series! Taking control of your mind can definitely be a challenge.

  2. Definitely! Half of our limits are based on what our mind sets and not what we actually are capable of!

  3. Our mind is definitely a big part of our successes and how far we go. Sounds like a neat and interesting series.

  4. I love the Jackie Chan quote. I've always believed the mind is the strongest and most powerful thing we have. It can either upbuild us or destroy us. I look forward to your series.

  5. I totally agree with everything you wrote! Everything begins as an idea, and it's up to us (and our mindsets) to turn these ideas to reality.
    Nice series!