Latest "Direct your mind" Posts

#986 Focus Your Attention on What Makes You Happy

Each of us has the ability to direct our mind. It’s a proven fact that people that focus on positive things live happier, more fulfilling lives. Today we discuss thoughts on maintaining the discipline to focus your attention on what makes you happy.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Direct your mind, Gratitude, happiness, Podcasts, podcasts.

#979 You Have the Ability to Direct Your Mind

The choice is not whether you have the ability to direct your mind, it’s whether you choose to use this ability. Today we discuss ways of reigning in your mind so that you stay focused on the thoughts that move you forward.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Direct your mind, Podcasts, podcasts, stress, Uncategorized.

#850 Today is the First Day of the Rest of Your Life

Don’t let the difficult experiences of your past determine who you are today. Look forward to where you want to go and stay focused on getting there. Today is the first day of the rest of your life.

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Choose who you want to be, Direct your mind, overcoming limiting beliefs, Podcasts.

#813 How You Became the Person You Are

As you evaluate your life, take a look at how you became the person you are and the effects those pivotal life moments have had on you.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Choose who you want to be, Direct your mind, Podcasts.

#529 Direct Your Thoughts

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Stress begins with unpleasant thoughts that build in your mind. If you exercise your ability to consciously direct your thoughts, you can dramatically reduce the stress that you experience.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Direct your mind, Podcasts, stress.

Manage Stress

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As daily life happens we often get consumed in the craziness. We go off in our head and start to contemplate the “what ifs.” Next we begin to worry about these mental constructs playing out. Why do we torment ourselves? Wouldn’t it be better if we could assert some control over our thoughts? This would enable us to get grounded and better manage stress.

To make things worse, most of what we worry about never happens. The vast majority of stress is a result of worrying about the future. The body’s response to stress is meant to be short lived.…

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Posted by Joel Brookman in Direct your mind, meditation, stress, subconscious mind.

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