Today is Monday and this seems to be the day that my brain likes to argue with me. It never used to argue with me, it would just tell me what to do and I would just listen to it.
Can I just tell you that this has gotten me into a whole lot of trouble in this life so I would highly suggest you read on if you want to avoid that as much as possible. Let me just add that each of my mistakes has made my life more rich and makes this journey that much more colorful but my purpose is to guide you along the easier path and to show you what is truly possible in this life!
Most of us are very familiar with what an argument is all about. Usually it’s between two, or more, people, each having a different opinion and each wanting to prove that their opinion is better than the other.
The need to be right in relationship arguments costs us our peace.
Today though, I want to turn this relationship around into a relationship that DOES warrant a good, strong argument.
It’s the relationship between you and your brain.
I want to ask you, did you know that you could argue with your brain? You can and you should.
Actually, the best thing you can do is question and argue what your brain is telling you.
Most of us just listen to our brain and accept everything it tells us to be truth. What you might not know though is that the brain would prefer you not fight for what you want.
Your brain would prefer you:
not work hard to succeed at your goals,
take the day off,
put that task off for sometime later,
go look at social media instead,
eat the food you told yourself you wouldn’t eat,
not work on that relationship that you have been mending,
spend the money,
drink the drink,
I want to challenge you to start paying attention to what your brain has to offer you, it’s quite interesting how we let it rule over us.
To give the brain credit, it is only doing what it is designed to do, as well as what we have taught it to do. You see, our brains are created to be motivationally driven to seek pleasure, avoid pain and to seek ease, it’s called the motivational triad, which I won’t be getting into today but it is the source of many of our modern problems.
Basically your brain is going to tell you to take the day off or so that task later when it just seems too hard (seek pleasure).
It’s going to tell you to spend the money, eat the food, drink the drink to avoid the pain of whatever negative emotion you may be experiencing (avoid pain).
Then, when things start to get hard, when you’ve done the easy steps towards your goal and now you’re starting to feel uncomfortable, your brain will tell you to take a short cut (create ease).
Once you actually start seeing what the brain is offering you, the next thing I want to do is challenge you to argue with it.
This is going to feel uncomfortable for awhile but once you start doing it you’re going to win and winning will start training it to not think in it’s old way.
Yet sometimes it’s pretty sneaky, like my brain today, and you forget about the fact that you can challenge what it is offering to you.
With practice you will get much quicker at the draw and you will be able to not only argue with your brain but you will also be able to win, always.
Winning these arguments are what will move you forward into the next version of yourself. The version that completes their goals, doesn’t put that task off and doesn’t eat the food or drink the drink.
I love these arguments but even more, I love winning them!
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