Goal Achievement

This Is How to Train Your Brain for Goal Achievement

Author: NeuroGym Team | 2018

Do you have big goals and dreams that you can't seem to reach? Want to make more money but, for some reason, can't get out of your current tax bracket?

If so, we've got the neuroscience news that'll help you train your brain to achieve success in this lifetime.

Your amazing brain has something like 100 billion neurons (a.k.a. brain cells), which all have connections that create neural patterns and pathways. And for the first time in our lives, thanks to the latest neuroscience research, we're able to understand a little more about how the brain works.

Exciting, isn't it?

And the best part is that we, as humans, have the ability to build new neural pathways and connections to help us accomplish our goals and dreams.

In this training video with John Assaraf that aired earlier this week on YouTube Live, you'll learn all about neuropsychology and the neuroscience of goal achievement. You'll discover science-backed methods to train your brain for success.

Ready for some tips, tricks, tools, and techniques to help you reach personal success? Watch the video with John Assaraf!  

Don't have time to watch the video right now? Keep reading to discover 4 tactics you can implement today to help you reach ultimate success. 

One of the first things you must do if you want to achieve ultimate success is reinforce neural patterns that activate the visual area of the brain.

How do you use your mind's eye to bring your vision to fruition? 

1. Practice creative visualization to get started on your path toward goal achievement.

The first thing you must do when you set out on your journey to success is to make your goals clear and concise as can be. Write down what you want to achieve.

What does your personal and professional success look like? Be very detailed in your description, so that if someone read it, they would know exactly who you are and what you do on the daily.

practice creative visualization

When you practice this technique, you activate your visual cortex and your prefrontal cortex, which is also known as the CEO of your brain. 

Get creative! Dream big!  

The best way to impress your vision to your subconscious mind is by practicing creative visualization.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's an Innercise on visualization to get you started.

O.K., moving on . . . 

2. Understand WHY you want to achieve your goals and share your reason(s) with someone i.e., a loved one, mentor, or success coach.  

Ask yourself why you want to achieve your goals. Do you want to be an entrepreneur, business magnate, philanthropist, and super success like Charles Branson?

Do you want to make sure you live your life to the fullest doing the things you love with the people you love the most?

Name your big WHY by going within to explore your core values. You don't want to regret the things you didn't do, right?

Furthermore, when you understand why you want to achieve your goals, you turn off the fear circuits and turn on the motivation part of your brain.

(EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's an Innercise on how to maintain your motivation for goal achievement.

3. Train your brain to achieve success by developing an empowering belief system and healthy habits.

In order to move further along the path toward goal achievement, you must retrain your brain to have positive and empowering thoughts because, as we all know, negativity gets us nowhere.

Transform your limiting beliefs and start believing in yourself. You, and only you, have the ability to fire the inner critic that keeps telling you lies. Release the thoughts that believe you're not good enough, smart enough, or worthy.

There are so many common limiting beliefs circulating in the world that have been programmed into our minds as the truth. But your negative self-talk isn't true!

negative self-talk

That's right, the system of limiting beliefs you've been carrying around is just a load of nonsense and neural dissonance.

And did you know that illusory fear is the main reason you procrastinate and push aside what's most important to you? 

The good news? You can change the pattern of thinking that's keeping you stuck in the comfort zone (and far away from reaching your goals and dreams) by retraining your brain. And with practice, you'll be able to finally silence the voice that falsely accuses you of not having the right skills, time, or money to break free . . . 

4. Innercise daily to reinforce your positive neural pathways for success. 

Close your eyes, take some deep breaths, and see yourself celebrating at the finish line. 

Visualize what you and your life looks like after you achieve your biggest goals . . . and bring your emotions into the mix. If there's an obstacle in your way, see yourself overcoming it and notice how that feels.

Emotionalize your creative visualization practice to stimulate the release of "feel-good" hormones like serotonin and dopamine into your brain.

When you repeat Innercises like the ones above, you reinforce positive patterns for success. And with the repetition, your new neural pathways will override your old habits, beliefs, and behaviors . . .

With practice and time, you'll align your conscious and subconscious mind. Makes sense, doesn't it?

habits for success

What's Next? 

Are you ready for what's next?  Continue your journey and momentum toward goal achievement and ultimate success by joining the NeuroGym Masterclass Series with John Assaraf, Mary Morrissey, Dr. Srini Pillay, and other leading experts in the field of neuroscience and the science of success. 

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We'd love to hear from you! 

Please let us know what you'd like to accomplish in your lifetime. What's your vision? Why is it important to you? What action steps will you take today so that you can reach your goals and dreams?

We'd love to know, so please use the comment section below. And share this valuable, scientific knowledge with your friends, family, community, tribe, crew, team, squad, etc. 

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NeuroGym Team: NeuroGym’s Team of experts consists of neuroscientists, researchers, and staff who are enthusiasts in their fields. The team is committed to making a difference in the lives of others by sharing the latest scientific findings to help you change your life by understanding and using the mindset, skill set and action set to change your brain.

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