Much of my success and happiness can be attributed to knowing the importance of the 3 M's: mindset, meditation, and masterminding. This week, I want to share with you why you should incorporate these 3 practices into your daily life.
- Changing your mindset and the way you think about your surroundings will open you up to new possibilities happening all around you.
- Meditation will help clear your mind while at the same time helping you increase your self-confidence and expand your awareness.
- Masterminding will help hold you accountable for your own personal growth and development, and bring you new techniques and resources from others to achieve your goals more quickly.
Scientists have long concluded that our belief about whether something is possible or not is a byproduct of our life experiences. Naturally, our brain learns what to expect and is molded to think a certain way. As a result, we often achieve exactly what we expect.
So, your thoughts ultimately decide whether or not you can achieve something.
This is why it's important to hold positive expectations in your mind so that your brain will take over the job of making sure things turn out exactly as you believe they will.
And with that, I'll leave you with this quote to get you thinking:
"Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve."
— Napoleon Hill
To your mindset,
America's #1 Success Coach
CEO, The Canfield Training Group
Co-creator of Chicken Soup for the Soul™
New York Times Bestselling Author
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