Breaking the Code of the Mind

When I truly started to understand how my mind worked but also how I could train my mindsets and thought patterns to drive success and results, I felt like I had broken the code.

I felt like anything was possible.

See, thoughts drive every part of our lives.  They are the dominos that drive our actions and our results.

It’s a little more complicated than that due to the deeper thought patterns and subroutines, but I’ll get more into that later.

While I’m not an Einstein and most likely, you’re not either, it doesn’t mean that you aren’t brilliant or have genius.

In fact, your mind can be trained to do incredible things and lead your actions towards incredible results.

Think about it.

•    A dentist trains his body and mind to perform very difficult and precise work.
•    A great basketball player trains her mind and body to work automatically to play defense, shoot free-throws, and score points.
•    An actor trains his body to memorize vast dialogue and sequences.

Science used to think that after a person matured and became an adult the mind was basically “stuck” (don’t you love the official term).  You had, what you had at that point and there was no amount of effort that could change the brain.

But recent science in the last 20 years or so has broken that myth apart.  Basically, with the right desires, tools, and actions, a person can create new neural pathways.

Exert from my newest book under construction called  “Mind Traps”