The Brain Hack

The Brain Hack

There are many ways in which we can hack our brains to further our positive mindset.

Negativity is Seven times more potent than positivity.

If you shout a loud negative word, it becomes ten times more powerful.

Think about how many times you have been upset and screamed abuse to yourself.

Brain hacking is a must in our busy, stressful lives. The ability to

change particular negative behaviors in the moment is an essential

tool that we can all learn quickly when we know-how.

How we talk to ourselves is of paramount importance.

Think about how many times you have scorned yourself in your lifetime,

and in doing so, you have unwittingly programmed your subconscious to believe these statements.

The job of your subconscious is to collect information from the outside world. Your subconscious is entirely indifferent and does not discriminate between what’s real and false. Every time you use self-criticism, your subconscious believes it to be true and provides the ideal conditions for you to fail. You ultimately become an endless cycle of negativity that helps nobody.

Brain hack: positive self-talk.

Change how you talk to yourself negatively as much as possible.

What to say when you talk to yourself cannot be underestimated enough.

Begin telling yourself how good you are when opportunities arise.

Be nice to yourself vocally; it will pay dividends in the future.

Brain hack: The five-second rule

Made famous by Mel Robbins is counting down from five to zero; on zero, you make the decision to act. This technique is a great way to get things done.

Brain hack: Drinking water

Keeping your body hydrated has many benefits, such as balancing the brain’s chemical compositions and thinking faster and improving focus.

Plenty of sleep has shown to help with psychological balance

and overall wellbeing and providing you with more energy throughout the day.

Brain hack: Exorcise

Exorcises a tremendous way to release dopamine and endorphins, helping you feel happier, keep you in shape, and burn unwanted calories in the process.

Brain hack: Meditation

Meditation is a fantastic way to take time out for yourself. Allowing yourself to go within has been shown to have incredible psychological benefits. Such as improving emotional stress, increasing your lifespan, and improving self-awareness.

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