Optimizing your brain can give you that edge in life you have been looking for.
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A Crazy Realization
You'll step out of the crowd with this way of thinking, but don't worry that's a good thing.
Who wanted to live like everyone else anyways? Yikes, sounds like a boring life being just like everyone else around you.
There were always those kids that were smarter than me in school, that could remember more, that were more confident, that had a way with words in relationships and that could speak in front of people so much better than I could.
I thought that this was the way that I was born and I just didn't get those "lucky genes."
I was starting to accept this was how it was and started to "feel bad" for myself almost, thinking that others always had the "advantage," a common feeling, I am sure, between a lot of us.
Well, that is until I started to stumble across these articles on brain optimization and resetting my mindset.
I started to put these things into use in my life and they actually started to work. Crazy, right?
The strategies were relatively easy, mentally challeneging and made me step outside of my comfort zone constantly, but was in every way worth it.
The opportunities and results in my life started to increase and still are to this day, and they can be for you as well.
This might be just what you are looking for, that "unfair advantge" to set you apart in your career, in school and in life.
You owe it to yourself to start now, not juist settling and going through the motions of life.
Feel better, think better, work better, create better and live better.
The Common Belief Around Brain Function
This just isn't the case at all though...
"This is how I was born, and there's no way to change it."
A very common misconception, one that I will prove wrong in a second here, but first let's explore it a little bit.
People never even explore the option, or research the possibility to change their way of thinking, they just accept it as it is because that is the easier way to live.
Instead of facing the problems they are having with confidence, their mindset or their personality, they use this as a "cop out" excuse so that they never have to do anything too hard. Then they wonder why they aren't where they dreamed of being or why other's lives seem "better" than their own.
It is easier to do this than to actually take responsibility and be accountable for their own life because then they have to commit to something and can fall short of their expectations.
All of this stems from the belief that there is no way to "change," when there is always a way to change.
Proving This Hypothesis Wrong Using Examples in YOUR