Brain Tip of the Week: Find Your Why

superheroyou Brain Tip of the Week- Find Your Why

Have you ever heard of my H Cubed formula? This success formula involves three Hs: your head, your heart and your hands.

Think about it: you can put things in your mind all day long. You can affirm and visualize. But if your thoughts don’t reach your hands — aka don’t turn into action — then you’ll never get the results your desire. What’s often missing from this equation is the third H: your heart, or your emotions.

That’s why my Brain tip of the Week is to find your why.

You’ve probably heard the Stan Lee quote, “With great power comes great responsibility.” I look at it this way: With great responsibility comes great power.

When you’re learning, the responsibility isn’t on your teacher, whether that’s a book or a speaker. You are responsible because you have a superhero in you. You have powers inside of yourself and when you take the responsibility, then you can have the power.

So next time you want to learn something, ask yourself why. Why do you want to learn this? Why do you want to read this book, or remember this name?

If you’re having trouble, ask yourself: What is most important to you in work, in life and in learning? And how can you personalize your learning around these values?

By tapping into your emotions and motivations, you’ll have more profits in your life — not just financially, but spiritually as well as in your health and relationships. And in order to do that, you must ask yourself why.

Want to boost your brain even more? Get more brainpower and memory tips HERE!

Written by Jim Kwik

Have you ever heard of my H Cubed formula? This success formula involves three Hs: your head, your heart and your hands.

Think about it: you can put things in your mind all day long. You can affirm and visualize. But if your thoughts don’t reach your hands — aka don’t turn into action — then you’ll never get the results your desire. What’s often missing from this equation is the third H: your heart, or your emotions.

That’s why my Brain tip of the Week is to find your why.

You’ve probably heard the Stan Lee quote, “With great power comes great responsibility.” I look at it this way: With great responsibility comes great power.

When you’re learning, the responsibility isn’t on your teacher, whether that’s a book or a speaker. You are responsible because you have a superhero in you. You have powers inside of yourself and when you take the responsibility, then you can have the power.

So next time you want to learn something, ask yourself why. Why do you want to learn this? Why do you want to read this book, or remember this name?

If you’re having trouble, ask yourself: What is most important to you in work, in life and in learning? And how can you personalize your learning around these values?

By tapping into your emotions and motivations, you’ll have more profits in your life — not just financially, but spiritually as well as in your health and relationships. And in order to do that, you must ask yourself why.

Want to boost your brain even more? Get more brainpower and memory tips HERE!

Written by Jim Kwik

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