Put Your Success On Auto Pilot -- Free Seminar
By Natalie Ledwell / Source
Is there a particular mind hack you use regularly?
Something that helps ‘trick’ your brain to be more efficient, focused or happy?
I’ve amassed a large collection of my own, but some of my daily favorites include:
1. The 10-sec time bomb:
When you catch yourself procrastinating on something, visualize a (time) bomb is about to explode in 10 secs! Then count upwards from 1 to 10, making sure you start what you were supposed to do before the ‘timer’ runs out.
2. The grateful mind:
A University of California study found that expressing gratitude daily makes people 25% happier on average. I’ve found the easiest way to get my brain focused on gratitude is to write down at least 3 things I’m grateful for, either every morning or every evening before bed.
3. Laugh it off:
When you’re feeling stressed or angry, just smile or laugh. This simple act tricks your brain into believing you are in fact happy, and can change your mood in an instant.
Want more brilliant mind hacks?
My friend Natalie Ledwell, human potential expert and founder of Mind Movies (one of the most powerful personal growth technologies on the planet) is teaming up with the world’s first ever certified brainwave entrainment engineer, Morry Zelcovitch -
To host an extraordinary online Masterclass overflowing with incredible mind hacks for peak performance.
The Masterclass is called Put Your Success On Auto Pilot.
I’ve tried some of Natalie’s and Morry’s techniques, and I can’t recommend them enough.
You haven’t seen personal growth training quite like this - it goes way deeper, and yet many of the techniques you’ll learn are far easier than what you might be used to.
P.S. Natalie and Morry are taking you deep into subjects like brainwave entrainment, visualization, subliminal messaging and more.
By the end of this workshop, you’ll have a treasure chest of exciting new ways to access your peak creativity, focus, productivity, empathy and intuition. Your spot’s waiting for you here...
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