Delete some files!Delete some files!

Thursday, August 4, 2011

Today’s mental workout aims to do some deep spring cleaning. Deleting excess files is very important to keep your computer running smoothly and efficiently. Before you hit delete on your computer keyboard, I am not talking about the thing you are using, I am referring to the giant supercomputer that is your brain. Unfortunately humans are estimated to only use about 20% of their brain’s total processing power and potential, and if you look around the world, you can see its terrible consequences. The most important files to delete are obviously going to be the negative ones. So tap into your brain super network, a network I would like to add is faster than any broadband network available on the market. It’s a good thing too because AT&T would charge you premium to use it if they could, but I digress. Delete any negative thoughts that have held you back from exploring your true goals in life. Cast out any records of failures and setbacks that prevent you from taking further action. Eliminate any self-doubt about living to your absolute full potential. Most importantly we are going to delete any files under the subject ‘FEAR.’ You’ll be surprised how much better this cleanup will make your brain work.

Negative thoughts and doubts in general mostly arise out of fear of the unknown. In fact a majority of the world operates in constant fear mode. There is fear everywhere, when you read the newspaper if anyone does that anymore these days; fear in the news of course and all over the internet. Understand that fear is just built into the human condition, but you can learn to overcome your fear. You can learn to master your fear. Fear is just a way of your brain asking you for more information, more reassurance that everything is going to turn out alright. Of course you cannot guarantee success in any venture, nobody can predict the future of course, despite what your Stock broker tells you. Confront your fear by proper analysis of the basis underlying it. Do your homework! Proper planning and preparation can eliminate the fear. After you delete your fear based files, input some positive information into your hard drive. Research your endeavor, read books, talk to people who have done it before, find a local mentor or coach. Learn to take calculated risk. Important thing is to take action if that action is going to bring you closer to your life dreams. If you take action, the rewards could be endless, if you fail to, we already know how that story will end. As always enjoy your mental workout.