Puppy-Training Your Mind

When your mind has a mind of its own.

Odille Remmert
Mar 14 · 4 min read

Puppy-Training Your Mind


Step One:


Step Two:

That means, every time the puppy pees on the floor, you calmly and patiently pick it up and put it outside. Then you clean up the mess. And the sooner you catch the puppy about to pee on the floor, the less of a mess you’ll have to clean up. It’s about being vigilant, patient, calm, and consistent.

Every time you do that, you’re firing a different neural connection in the neocortex of your brain. And as you calmly and consistently continue to repeat the redirection, that new neural connection will start to become stronger than the old one — and you will find that it eventually becomes automatic.

The calmer and more consistent you are, the quicker you’ll achieve your goal — with both the puppy and your mind.


What Does It Mean?

Consistent Redirection, and the Neuroplasticity of the Brain:

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Odille Remmert

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Ex-struggler, empowerment coach, writer, brain enthusiast, and effervescent cheerleader of those who choose to find ways to improve themselves and their lives.

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