At 30 years old he was left devastated and depressed after being unceremoniously removed from the company he started.
It is important to realize everyone gets a great opportunity to go through challenge and if really lucky may even get to experience failure. By consciously increasing our focus to be stronger we learn an important lesson to train our brain to be positive. Whats equally important to acknowledge is that our brains are more likely to seek out negative information and store it more quickly, says Mathew Della Porta, a positive psychologist and organizational consultant. Quite often we go over board and beat ourselves up for failure.While we now know our inclination towards negative affirmations. How can we train our brain to stay positive to create magic like Steve created?
The answer is simply by feeding your brain with three simple meals:
- Express Gratitude for breakfast
- Repeat Positive Affirmations for lunch
- Challenge negative thoughts for dinner
Remember: If you can’t stop feeding your body then you shouldn’t stop feeding your brain?
Source of inspiration: Entrepreneur.com by Nadia Goodman