Learning how to improve mind power is one of the best ways to secure one’s higher chances of success. In life, it all starts with the mind. No matter how skillful or talented a person is their ability to earn more, deliver more, and dream more whether in work or play. Simply put, the mind and its quality sets the stage to the life that the person wants to achieve and better yet, is the reason why it happens.
The mind, although can be quite delicate and complicated at the same time, can be easily manipulated by daily skills and practices.
For many years, people have espoused the importance of productivity and congratulated people who can easily multitask. However, latest research has shown that multitasking is not just ineffective, it also does more harm than good. Instead, do one task at a time. Focusing one item in one’s to do list harnesses the full power of the mind to accomplish it, not to mention, there are no brain cells dying in the process.
If you have a lot of things in your plate, the best way to do it is to not do it all at once, but to start early. Sleeping early the night before and then waking up early means you are working with a brain that’s ready to handle more challenges. Eat your frogs first so to speak and use that prime time in the morning to handle the hardest tasks which need your decision-making skills more and then tackling the more administrative items on your to-do list by the end of the day where your mind is not as sharp.
Emptying your mind sounds counterproductive but this is exactly how you can make your mind become even more powerful. Silencing your mind for a few minutes helps a lot in fighting anxiety or mental blocks when you most need it. It helps you process information better and remember important details especially at work or while studying. Lack of meditation leads to agitation, incoherent ideas, and in most cases, illnesses from stress; remember, what yoga does for the body, what meditation does for your mind.
Most people advise that reading a lot is beneficial. Although reading widely makes one more well-informed, it does not add to one becoming more mindfully powerful; as with the rest of the body, garbage in, garbage out. Make sure you are reading only items that are factual or at least exactly what you need at the moment.
Mix your reading arsenal with great fiction and non-fiction books. Better yet, don’t force yourself to finish a bad book. Add in some more sources of information such as visits to the museum or watching amazing documentaries. This makes your mind process different kinds of content and in the end, leads to its quality in the long run.