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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 wanted to eat us for dinner.
There's no doubt about it, having a heightened awareness, stress hormones, and a clear focus saved many of our ancestors' lives.
But 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.
So instead of freaking out upon spotting a saber-toothed tiger, your body responds to more modern terrors (i.e., fear of public speaking, fear of failure, fear of rejection).
The trigger is different, but the response is the same. Your subconscious mind doesn’t know the difference between something that's real or something that's in your imagination.
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 >
The daily decisions we make create our reality. And our choices shape who we are as individuals.
In this day and age, most of us are programmed to make decisions based on fear, low self-esteem, and a lack of willpower.
So instead of making bold moves, we end up stuck in the comfort zone.Read More >
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.Read More >
Does your income match your effort? Or does it feel sorta stuck? Many people experience a plateau in their earning potential—even when they’re working harder than ever.
But guess what? It’s not your intelligence, or your skills, or even your boss. Your income may be stagnating because of . . .Read More >
Albert Einstein. Emily Brontë. Isaac Newton. C.S. Lewis.
These are some of the greatest writers and scientists in history . . . and they all have one thing in common: they were notorious daydreamers!
Numerous studies in recent years have shown that the right kind of daydreaming can sharpen your mind . . . and help with problem-solving and long-term planning.
Everything is made up of energy. So thoughts must hold immense energy, right? If we think negative thoughts, we attract negativity and unfavorable outcomes; if we think positively, we attract positive people and experiences into our lives.
So, if you think about it, the secret to success depends on the quality, frequency, and intensity of our thought patterns. If you're not getting the results you want in your life, it may be time to become hyper aware of your thinking mind.Read More >
From choosing what soap to buy, to whom you go out with. . . . the decisions you make are controlled by a combination of logic and emotion.
That sounds simple enough, but every time you resolve to do or not do something, your brain is deliberating a multitude of factors at lightning speed.
Welcome to the Innercise on logic vs emotion! Here's where we use proven psychology and the latest advancements in neuroscience to help motivate you to put your ideas into action and, with practice, keep your left and right brain active and balanced.
Understanding how the decision-making process works
The relationship between money and happiness has been a hot topic for centuries.
From the ancient Greeks to modern philanthropists and celebrities . . . we've all tried to answer the question: can humans succeed at making money and achieving happiness at the same time?Read More >
Now that you are older and wiser, are you concerned you will outlive your money?
Do you find that your IRA, 401(k), and/or pension payouts are not enough to reasonably sustain you? What about your monthly Social Security check?
Do you notice that even with all the scrimping and saving you did as a whippersnapper, you now spend beyond your means?Read More >
Do you find yourself racing for a cookie or soft drink every time your blood sugar drops? This is a common occurrence for many people . . . so if you do it, you're definitely not alone.
Becoming a creature of habit doesn’t have to be a bad thing. While the initial steps to maintaining a healthy diet and lifestyle can be tough, the end result will prove to be worth the effort. And since you’ll be feeling so energetic, focused, and happy, you’ll want to continue to nurture your healthy habits.
But diet advice encourages us to dive into a new way of eating without serious thought or sufficient preparation, right? No wonder it’s difficult to continue to "diet" when essential ingredients are missing from our shopping lists and our cupboards are full of foods that should be avoided.
And anyone who has been on a diet before will agree that the most difficult part of weight management is keeping the weight off. This article may help you to achieve long-term weight maintenance with suggestions on how to curb your cravings . . . and modify daily eating patterns to encourage a happier and healthier lifestyle, so keep reading . . .Read More >