Studies have found that focusing on improving one area of your life with a proven system leads to amazing results faster than you would imagine possible.
Motivation is the measurement of the energy put into any endeavor. And when you write a book you are bound to struggle with periods where you lack the motivation to write or experience writer’s block.
To combat this, you need an arsenal of tools and techniques that you can use to help you overcome motivational issues like getting started, finding your message, or getting rid of writer’s block.Read More >
May 19, 2017
Your brain is complex, but if you get the all the pieces in place, you'll figure out how to succeed.
In this video, I discuss the best approach to figuring out your personal success puzzle. Check it out! It's easier than solving the Rubik's cube.Read More >
May 18, 2017
Although many people believe they have barely any control over the things that happen to them, there are others who firmly think they can benefit from what’s called the Law of Attraction.
This law dictates that your mind and your beliefs are strong enough on their own to encourage the things you want to come to pass.
Keep reading to learn some specific ways about how it can significantly make your life better, both regarding your personal and business-based interactions and pursuits.
Unfortunately, we all have limiting beliefs that unconsciously (or sometimes consciously) hinder our ability to succeed at manifesting what we really want in life.
And the fact is, they’re sometimes so powerful that they can control our thoughts, actions, and emotions, shaping our reality and identity with false beliefs.
Do you want to learn how to overcome limiting beliefs?Read More >
Even though we don’t know exactly what makes extraordinary people, brain science offers us clues as to why some minds are exceptional . . . and have changed the world.
People like Leonardo da Vinci, Marie Curie, John Coltrane, Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, and Albert Einstein knew how to find the inspiration to fuel their creative power.
But how did they do it? Here's what we know about what makes great minds creative and brilliant.Read More >
When setting out to be an entrepreneur, it can be kind of scary. There’s getting past the idea of being "employed" by someone to making it on your own.
And it’s estimated that 96 percent of entrepreneurs fail within the first 10 years of starting a business. Pretty staggering, right!?
Chances are most people do not strive to be a part of the 96 percent. Yet, this is where most of them “statistically” end up.
What about the other 4 percent? How do they do it? How do they succeed?
What are the tricks and methods that successful entrepreneurs use to head down the path of success and how do they overcome the roadblocks along the way?
Have you ever set out to complete a goal then were all over the place with it. . . . expending energy and focus inefficiently, and ending up with poor results?
Understanding how your brain works in the goal attainment process is crucial.
Welcome to the Innercise on visualization! Here's where we use proven psychology and the latest advancements in neuroscience to help you visualize your goals into action and accomplish your goals.Read More >
There’s no shortage of information on the internet—especially when it comes to weight loss.
But the way you view weight loss may change after reading these scientific studies. And the knowledge you gain by looking at the research may help you develop a mindset to lose weight naturally and keep it off for good . . .
Here they are.Read More >
April 28, 2017
Do you believe that willpower is a finite resource? Once you use some, you have a little bit less?
It can be easy to attribute poor decisions made at the end of the day to a lack of willpower. Have you ever felt like it’s harder to say no to a second beer or a slice of cake at the end of a long day?
Although the idea of “willpower depletion” has been widely popularized, it’s not a completely accurate account of what’s going on in your brain . . .Read More >
April 26, 2017
Every diet works short-term, but they almost never work long-term. Am I right?
In this video, I share the secrets behind what I discovered about weight-loss . . . by hiring some of the leading experts in the world. I put them on to my team to help me understand the "inner game" and the science and nutrition around fat loss.
Learn how I went from fat and flabby at 45 to fit and firm at 55.
April 24, 2017
Have you ever missed out on an opportunity because you were afraid?
Fear is an insidious obstacle. Sure it used to keep us alive, back in the days of dwelling in caves when large, predatory animals were roaming around the territory. A keen awareness and clear focus saved many of our ancestors' lives.
Nowadays, there aren’t as many real threats to our immediate survival. Inside your brain, however, you have the same fear circuit that your cave-drawing ancestor had.
Instead of flaring up when a mountain lion is nearby, your fear circuit responds to more modern terrors (i.e. fear of public speaking, fear of flying . . . fear of failure, or fear of rejection).
The trigger is different, but the fear response is the same, and your nonconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between something that's real or something that's in your imagination.