Your Secret Weapon, But I Think You’re Holding it Wrong

Did you know that you have a secret weapon?

Something so powerful, it would give you a totally unfair advantage over everybody else.

Ok, so it’s not an actual ‘secret’ — we all know what it is, and we all have one:

A mind.

Except, you’re holding it wrong. You might be different, but that’s what I see with most people.

‘Wrong’ as in using the mind in unproductive, inefficient ways. Letting it do things it wasn’t built for.

You’ll get nowhere creatively or professionally if you use your mind to store reminders.

You won’t create clarity if you perpetually rehash the same inner conversation over and over again.

You won’t grow or have healthy relationships if you let your mind decide on auto-pilot how to interpret your world and the people in it, and then assume that the first conclusion it comes up with is correct, instead of a theory, a hypothesis to be tested.

I don’t know why, but somehow we’re not taught how to think.

Instead, we’re taught to go to college, learn stuff, get a mortgage, get married, go to work. Buy happiness with a credit card, suck it up until retirement.

I don’t teach that stuff, obviously.

Me, I teach how to think differently, so that you end up with different, better, more fulfilling outcomes, and with more impact on the world.

But that does mean you’ll need to question what your mind automatically concludes.

And for many people, that’s the hardest thing to do.

As I’m wont to say: there is no truth.

Especially when it comes to the things your mind tells you, it’s really useful to ‘question everything’.

Just don’t forget to listen to the answers.

That’s how you turn thinking into a superpower.

Take time to think, before you decide, and you’ll have the secret weapon, the unfair advantage.

Oh and a happier life — no credit card required — plus the mindset and operational mind that helps you build a business that works.

Can’t wait to launch the webinar where I teach it all — waiting for my designer to finish up the slide presentation…

Cheers,

Martin


Originally published at MartinStellar.com.

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