No.

No.

You and I are incomplete people.

To become compleat we have to try new experiences, say something, go somewhere different…

Why…

New situations activate genes and these genes activate proteins that build new structures in the brain

So doing the same things over and over again we never activate these genes and remain incomplete

The more we do the same things over and over the harder, it is for us to try/say/do new things.

Like saying No for instance.

The more you say yes the harder it is for you say no, Like when your boss asks you to work overtime and you know you don’t want to…

But you say yes anyway, the next time your boss asks you, the chances are you’re going to say yes again.

And by the time your boss asks you to do something ridicules like working 40 hours for free… Your brain isn’t structured to say no.

The same is true when you’ve just joined the gym but your friends are asking you to go out again, you really don’t want too… What do you say?

Rebuild your brain
So you can rebuild yourself.

Old and New Can’t Live Together.

Old and New Can’t Live Together.

Ok this isn’t entirely true, if you go to Rome you’ll see ancient history blended into modern-day living and it makes one beautiful city (I think I’ve never been) Old and new clearly can live together there.

However…

When it comes to me and you

Old cannot live with the New.

The old way of doing things and a new way of thinking that is.

You want to achieve that big goal. That requires a new way of thinking.

But thinking alone can’t change anything…

So you have to change the way you do things too,

You can’t want to lose weight, but still, do the things that made you gain the weight in the first place.

You can’t get rich by doing the stuff that got you broke…

Do you want change?

The old way has to be evicted.

Hall Of Famers Fail 70% Of The Time

Hall Of Famers Fail 70% Of The Time – MJ DeMarco

Failing can be disheartening,

You put in all your efforts, your tired, Exhausted…

You hit launch, Go for the big lift…

And you miss it, nobody signs up for your product or the outcome isn’t what you thought, your shop fronts empty.

You feel down, you want to give in or just curl up in a ball and hide your head in a pillow whilst thinking about everything else you could have done in that time…

Well that’s just part of the process

especially on try no.1, the chances are you are going to fail.

But just because you failed your 1st attempt that doesn’t mean you have to stop.

You can launch 10 products – 7 will probably fail but the 3 that succeed will probably come from the lessons you learnt creating the 1st 7.

Whatever your attempting today, be prepared to fail,

Failure is part of the process of becoming a hall of Famer

The cost of failure is…

The cost of failure is…learning. Neil Strauss

In life, there is Winning and there is learning

The only way you lose is if you let yourself lose…

Losing is lazy.

When we lose, we shut off our brains, sulk and most likely blame something or someone…

We don’t look for the lesson – That would require work.

When we look for the lessons we stop losing.

It’s impossible to lose if we gained something

Don’t be a loser,

Be a learner

Falling down is an accident. Staying down is a choice.

Falling down is an accident. Staying down is a choice.

Sometimes the fall can hurt.

We can fall far,

We can fall fast &

We can fall hard

 

We got so consumed in moving towards the objective that we don’t see the obstacles or the mistakes.

We just feel the fall.

and it hurts.

It hurts so bad that we don’t want to get back up, so we stay down.

Even when the pain has gone.

Because we remember the pain.

But if you looked back to the fall and the actions leading up to the fall… You will find the cause of the fall.

And in looking back at the fall and finding the cause of it, You will have discovered something more valuable than if you never fell.

Which can take you further than you have ever been before… But it can’t, Not if you don’t get back up… Falling down can hurt or
Falling down can be an education

That choice is yours

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