Did You know the average person thinks around 70,000 thoughts a day?. That’s a lot, especially if they are unproductive, self-abusive and just a general waste of energy.
It is your mind, your thoughts; isn’t it time to take your power back? Isn’t it time to take control? Choose to be conscious of your thoughts. Become the master of your mind.
When you change your thoughts, you will change your feelings as well and it provides you with a greater level of peace in your mind.
Let me show you 3 detailed ways to Control Your Mind :
Believe in yourself and that you can change.
Your subconscious mind where all your habits are recorded is a comfort zone that provides the feeling of familiarity, safety, and confidence. To get out of the trap of comfort zone try to take some risks at least once a week. It can BE AS SIMPLE AS
Talking to a stranger OR
Making a video and posting it online ( you can always delete it later - Remember you are in Power) OR
Dancing to your favorite tune in public.
The list goes on. Just be uncomfortable for 5 mins a week and see massive shifts in your Personality.
2. Create a plan for your life.
Write down the major things you want out of life: Is it a good career? Having a family of your own one day? Becoming financially wealthy?
You don't have to lay out very detailed steps for achieving these goals as part of this exercise; instead, remember to keep your overarching goals in mind so you stay on track in your life.
To see tangible amounts of progress as you work toward accomplishing your more distal goals break big goals into smaller goals. E.g Learn to code is a Big Goal. A smaller code would be to select the best coding language, the next small goal will be to read chapter 1 of that coding language.
3. Reduce stress.
The mind and body are deeply connected; the mind can make the body stressed, and physiological stress in the body can lead the mind to feel stressed.
When people are stressed they exert self-control to deal with those stressors and often have reduced self-control afterwards. Some alternate techniques are :
Try relaxation techniques such as deep abdominal breathing, which involves breathing in deeply and holding your breath for a few seconds then slowly exhaling over the course of several seconds.
Take a break and pamper yourself.
Talk to friends and family, since social support can act as a buffer against stress.
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