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.
Have you ever wondered how some people can set goals, and then everything in the universe works together to help them achieve them?
Once you can tune your brain to be aware of the right opportunities, you’ll begin to notice yourself drifting naturally toward your goals and dreams, too.Read More >
Have you ever made a mistake and then immediately fell into a dark pit of self-doubt?
Reliving the experience in your mind, wondering how you could have (woulda, shoulda) handled the situation so that things didn’t take a turn for the worse?
If you answered yes, you’re not alone. Mistakes happen all the time. No big deal. We’re only human . . .
The real bummer is the aftermath of failure: What our emotional reactions do to our self-confidence, sleep patterns, and overall well-being. For most of us, the repercussions of failing can be a self-fulfilling cycle of doom and gloom.Read More >
Whether attempting to exercise regularly, cut back on aimless scrolling . . . or meet work deadlines on time, anybody who has tried breaking a longstanding habit knows how hard lasting change can be.
But why is it so challenging, despite our good intentions? What do those few who succeed know that the rest of us don't know?
These questions are as intriguing to scientists as they are to those of us aiming toward our own goals, and decades of research have given us a good idea of the answers. Lifestyle changes require adjustments to mindset, motivation, and intent.Read More >
Are your daily habits crushing your chances of success?
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Have you ever noticed how some people have a seemingly endless supply of motivation while other people struggle to take action?
Well, there's a perfectly reasonable explanation.
Welcome to the Innercise on motivation! 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 the motivation part of your brain alive and active.
Do you want to find out how to reach your full potential as a human being?
Deep down we all have what it takes to be great, right? But does it ever seem as if you're standing on the edge of what you want instead of leaping into it? Well, here's your chance to dive in . . .Read More >
Want to change a behavior or learn new skills? If you follow a proven formula for learning, you’ll be able to develop and maintain any skill or habit you choose.
As Nobel Prize winner and neuroscientist Eric Kandel discovered, you need “repeated training interspersed with periods of rest.” Some people get super enthusiastic about learning something new, only to let their interest fade after a short while. Instead of overwhelming yourself, it’s much more effective to pace yourself.Read More >
Is your brain keeping you from achieving your biggest goal?
Yep. According to the latest research in neuroscience, your brain's to blame for not being able to reach your goals.
And it's not because you're not smart enough. You're smart enough! Here's the deal: There's a big difference between setting goals and achieving goals.
When we decide to set a goal, we may be at our computer typing or we may be writing it on a piece of paper . . . and that's fine.
But how do we actually set goals so that we can accomplish them? First, we have to rely on the imagination.
Keep reading to find out what else you need to do to achieve your goals faster and easier . . .Read More >
Have you ever stopped and thought about your past resolutions, and how many fell by the wayside?
What if this time around, you don’t just make resolutions, but take the kind of effective action that will make sure you see yours through?
You can disrupt negative thoughts and behaviors that cause you to fall short of your goals, and divert that energy toward the positive ideas and habits that could drive you to success!
How do you ideally see your life unfolding when it comes to your health and relationships? How about your finances? Your career? Are you interested in achieving your vision?
These are all important questions to ask yourself. But most importantly, are you committed to achieving your goals and dreams?
My first mentor and coach, Alan Brown, said to me: "If you’re interested in achieving a goal, you’ll only do what’s most convenient. You’ll likely come up with stories and excuses as to why you don’t want to do the work necessary to grow and to learn what you need to learn. But if you're committed, you will do whatever it takes."Read More >
The word “failure” just sounds bad, right?
Failing a test, or a class, or a failed marriage . . .
What about a failed business?
(Probably not much fun either.)
Here’s the good news: “failures” are great opportunities to learn.
No matter what you try, your chances of getting it right the first time are slim.
Think about a sport or game you play. If you play against great players, you’ll lose a lot at first. If you keep playing with them, you’ll improve to their level.
Leveling up is almost always uncomfortable, and necessary.
These 11 entrepreneurs are a great example of what can happen if you make it past the challenges.Read More >