Should we strengthen our brains like we do our bodies?
The problem is that we’re rarely taught how. And what we hear about sometimes sounds weird or even embarrassing. But it’s incredibly important.
As Christopher Paolini says, “the monsters of the mind are far worse than those that actually exist. Fear, doubt, and hate have hamstrung more people than beasts ever have.”
In this episode of the Habit Chef Podcast, we’ll explore four positive habits we can develop for strengthening our minds and fighting stress.
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Listen in, and you’ll learn:
- What people who are mentally strong don’t do
- How to prevent yourself from doing them
- Why daily exercise is the next blockbuster drug
- How to program yourself to think differently
- How to quiet your mind
- What you should do for 20 minutes each day
Links from this Episode:
Mentally Strong People: The 13 Things They Avoid – shared by Keith Ferrazi
Episode 34: On Leading the Best Workplace in America with Ron Kitchens
Andrew Warner explaining the True Mind exercise
100 Positive Affirmations from Farnoosh Brock
Joel Osteen on the power of daily biblical affirmations
Episode 35: On Building a System of Inspiration with Meron Bareket
Episode 36: On the Power of Commitment and Flexibility with Nathan Agin
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