Your Mind Has Your By The Balls
We all wish we could control our thinking 100% of the time.
I mean, let’s think about it this way…
If there was a positive pill that you could take every morning to guarantee you’re a positive person all day, wouldn’t you take it?
…Or would you say “No, it’s OK. I can keep a positive attitude all day on my own.”
The answer is obvious, you’d take the pill to ensure you’d be positive.
Because depending on controlling your own mind isn’t as effective or guaranteed.
Just one thing can go wrong and affect the rest of your day by putting you in a negative mindset.
Therefore, we can safely say that your mind has you by the balls.
It decides what you do and when you do it.
It also decides how you react to situations.
In other words, your mind controls your life.
Is this always a bad thing?
The answer is that it depends.
If you’ve programmed your mind to push through fears and doubts, then it isn’t a bad thing.
For example, if you’ve developed the habit of taking action even if you feel you can’t do something, then your mind doesn’t have you by the balls.
If you want to achieve something new and suddenly realize you have no idea how, get scared, and quit; Guess what? Your mind has you by the balls.
Instead of pushing through fear, going out and learning everything you need to know, applying that information, and ultimately getting results; your mind stops you.
So how do you get your mind to let go of your balls?
You fight it.
As soon as a doubt pops up, you ignore it and keep moving forward.
Here are a few examples:
“I don’t know how to make money online, but let me do research and try different things until I figure out how.”
“I don’t know how to get better at talking to people but I’m going to read books, start conversations with strangers more often, and get better every day.”
“I don’t know how to say ‘NO’ when someone asks me to do something I don’t want to do but I’m going to say ‘NO’ anyways and prove to myself that nothing bad will happen”
Your mind will always prevent you from succeeding unless you push through fears and do things you feel you can’t do.
People who succeed in life were either programmed to believe at a young age to that they can be successful or they figured out that any doubts in their mind aren’t real.
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They know that doubts are self-imposed limitations.
But most importantly, that they can be eliminated by pushing through and taking action.
So what happens next time your mind attempts to convince you that you can’t do something?
Next time it grabs you by your balls and tries to prevent you from being a man of taking action and getting results?
Next time it tries to prevent you from achieving everything you want and deserve in life?
You ignore it and go get what you want anyways.
Everyone is born with the same brain.
It’s our childhood, upbringings, and life experiences that program it with either good or bad things.
But it doesn’t matter what you’re programmed with.
What matters is that you fight any doubts and get your mind to let go of your balls.
That’s how you succeed over and over.
You take action, have self-belief, and push through any fears you may have.
What, you don’t think I had any doubts before starting this blog?
My friend, I had MANY.
But I knew better than to let my mind control me and decide my results.
Look at how much I’ve accomplished by pushing through doubts and fears.
Don’t tell me YOU can’t do something.
Tell me you have fears and doubts, that your mind has you by the balls, and that you’re going to push through anyways and get results.
That’s what I want to hear.