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Is it time to rewire your brain?

Rewire-brain-200Most people are emotionally attached to being the same person year in, year out. I get it. I’ve been there.

But it doesn’t serve you emotionally, relationship-wise, socially or in your career or business.

Doctors’ surgeries see a host of people requesting drugs to alter their moods because they’re unable to cope with change.

Bankruptcy courts deal with the consequences of many business people who didn’t adapt to market forces.

And the cemeteries house a plethora of people who lived a life of regret and whose dying words were: “If only”.

I read an article in the Sydney Morning Herald recently about a woman who said her two-year marriage, which ended 20 years ago, was still the cause of her not having relationships today. This is a classic example of holding your past responsible for everything that happens today and in the future.

Like I said, I’ve been there and done that and I know it’s no way to live life. So, it’s time to get your slow brain into action in the fast lane!

You know I help people get over crisis fast. Well, in reality there is more because as you live your life you also need to go on to be flexible today and in the future.

Adaptability is the key to an extraordinary life.

Nothing stays the same. We are not designed by nature to stay the same. The only guarantee in life is that change will occur.

Yet society, families and many other groups try to convince you to stay in your own little corner of the world. You may even tell yourself to stay the same and not rock the boat, in an attempt to remain safe.

But change will happen, with or without your permission. How you handle it will determine your level of happiness and satisfaction with your life.

Here’s the good part: You can rewire your brain, change your thoughts, behaviours, emotions and circumstances fast when you surrender yourself to the possibility of change and learning new Survive and Prosper skills.

Last week, as you may recall, I broke my arm. As well as using this as an opportunity to further develop my resilience muscle, I also set myself the challenge of becoming fully ambidextrous within a week.

Here’s a short video of me 48 hours after the break, writing my name with my non-dominant hand. Click ‘play’ to see which easy and fun technique I used to rewire my brain and make this happen:


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