Get into the habit of getting smarter
Doctors and other scientist used to believe that we were born with a brain that was either high functioning or not. Either you were inherently wired to be smart, focused, and be able to learn easily — or you weren’t. It wasn’t until around the end of the twentieth century that scientists began to understand the concept of neuroplasticity, the brain’s ability to grow new cells and forge new neural connections throughout your life.
You can use these new cells and newly formed connections to develop new habits and beliefs, learn faster, and remember more effectively.
These are dramatic upgrades that can have an enormous impact on your performance in every aspect of life. It also means that if you think you are not smart enough or not good enough, it doesn’t matter. You can change it.
I wish you a happy Tuesday today!