Conditioning Your Mind.
The human mind is amazing. You need to remember that the organ in your head has been responsible for building civilizations, going to space, and creating the screen you’re looking at right now. Being the most evolved creature on the planet, we can do many things, but few reach that potential.
Some people sit in their cubicles, doing menial tasks for fair pay, when they could be improving themselves and the world around them. By this, we don’t mean that everyone has to reinvent the next wheel, but instead live life to the fullest. Take calculated risks, be more confident, and set goals that they’ll end up accomplishing.
It’s difficult to reboot the mind into something that’s purpose-oriented, and this is where this book comes into play. In this book, you will learn how you can reprogram your mind to be more positive and bulletproof. No longer will your thoughts be weighed down by doubts, but instead going after your goals despite the risk. And you’ll be able to think clearly and decisively
The way your mind works has a lot to do with your past, whether you’re aware of it or not. You don’t need to have a tragic childhood to have had some trauma that prevents you from making it to your full potential; sometimes an innocent event can shape you without you realizing it.
For example, if your parents were overprotective and didn’t allow you to dress up your own way or play with your friends, you may be more likely to be codependent when you’re an adult. If you grew up in an environment of drugs and alcohol, you may find yourself toughened. Bullied children will grow up to be distrusting adults.