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3 Surprising Ways to Wire Your Brain for Success

Many of us need to have a very good reason or reasons on why we should change what we do. So hopefully this article gives a little nudge.

I’m a great believer in following what science is telling us. When it comes to success in productivity it makes sense to me to work with how our brains behave rather than trying to constantly force ourselves to override it. So a little more knowledge about how your own brain works can give you an advantage.

Please let me know if you find this article helpful.

The featured article below is written by Julian Rosen, a writer from Influencive.com

3 Surprising Ways to Wire Your Brain for Success

As passionate human beings, we are born with this roaring fire inside that tells us to grow and expand as big as we possibly can. Yet we are also stuck with these overprotective, and sometimes primitive, brains that are wired to resist change and transformation.

 

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