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I invested a good part of my time today with what I call “Mind-Feeding.” Mind-Feeding is simply consuming wisdom, knowledge, information, ideas and philosophies to improve my life and businesses.
I’ve been a student of personal and professional development and self-education for most of my life. I’ve always had an obsession with growing my mind, self and skill sets, and constantly seeking to improve myself so that I can be better in every area of my life. Doing this has empowered me to more effectively serve people and businesses over the years.
The health and strength of our minds are so important. We must feed it with good ideas, wherever they can be found. I challenge you to always be on the lookout for a good idea... a business idea, a product idea, a service idea, an idea for personal improvement. Every new idea will help to refine your philosophy. Your philosophy will guide your life, and your life will unfold with distinction and pleasure.
Philosophy is mostly influenced by ideas, ideas are mostly influenced by education and education is mostly influenced by the information and people with whom we associate.
Here are 5 simple tips for Mind-Feeding:
1. Audio books/Audio programs – Audio programs are a great way to feed your mind while performing a task.
2. Books – Reading physical books instead of the digital version helps avoid distractions.
3. Research – Use the internet as an educational tool. It’s all about what you put in the search bar.
4. Feed your mind daily – Feed your mind daily with material that will encourage growth, motivation, inspiration and action.
5. Workshops/Seminars/Trainings - One of the best ways to hack success in any area of your life or business is to find someone with the desired outcome that you want who is making their processes, blueprints and systems available to you. By Mind-Feeding this way, many times you will learn a specialized skill set or knowledge about a subject, removing years of doing something the harder way and saving you a ton of money and resources trying to figure it out on your own.
Do you Mind-Feed often, and if so, which of the 5 methods above works best for you?