Seven Exercises to Achieve Mental Fitness
What is mental fitness?
Mental fitness is an attitude of optimism, self-confidence, and good cheer that positively affects everything you do.
Like muscle building, you must work every day until it becomes a natural part of your daily routine.
Positive Imaging is about visualization because your outer image reflects your inner vision.
This idea is nothing new Anthony Robbins and Brain Tracey have spoken and written about visualization for years.
The idea of visualizing is very foreign to a lot of people.
So I will give you an example of how I use visualization.
I meditate every morning for twenty minutes, and sometimes I use that time to visualize my retirement house.
I have been doing it for so long now I can see every aspect of the house and yard in great detail. It has a very calming effect on how I feel.
Another way is to picture how you want to look in the future, see yourself crossing the finishing line of that marathon, or weigh your desired weight.
Athletes use visualization all the time.
Tip: Take some time for yourself. As little as three minutes a day can positively impact your prefrontal cortex, improving your brain!
Denis Waitley once said, ” Your imagination is your preview of life-coming attractions.”
You might be wondering what mental fitness has to do with Modafinil.
Modafinil is a potent nootropic, and like most nootropics, Modafinil increases our ability to focus so much that I recommend that you plan your day.
Because it’s pretty common to get zoned in on the current task that we forget to hydrate, which often leads to the Modafinil headache! “So Stay Hydrated.”
We should use Modafinil as a tool and practice the seven mental exercises to accelerate our best results.
- Positive self-talk,
- Positive Imaging,
- Positive Mental Food,
- Positive People,
- Positive Training and Development,
- Positive Health Habits,
- Positive Actions.