In this episode, you’ll learn how to use simple neuroscience to train your mind to start working for you.
The research, tools, and strategies you’ll learn in this episode are from an experience I created and taught to more than 250,000 students called “Mindset Reset.”
The fact is, your mindset is critical to your happiness, success, relationships, and fulfillment.
Listen to today’s episode and you’ll learn how to train your mind using this easy, science-backed method.
By the end of this episode, you’ll know how to use an amazing filter in your brain to reset your mindset.
This episode is also packed with takeaways and insights you can apply to your life and one surprisingly fun “brain game” you can play every day (even with your kids) to actively program a more powerful mindset.
I can’t wait to share this with you and for you to apply it to your life and share it with the people who matter to you most.
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- 4:15: What does “mindset” even mean?
- 9:00: The truth about why mindset matters.
- 10:00: Is this just toxic positivity?
- 16:30: Your brain has a filter. And if you’re not programming it, it’s probably working against you.
- 26:00: How to beat self-doubt.
- 31:00: Why you’re not meeting that special someone.
- 37:00: The fun and simple brain game I play with my daughters.
- 47:45: What to do when your thoughts and mindset spiral into the negative.
- 55:00: I want this for you.
Resources and go deeper:
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- The Mel Robbins Podcast: Signal Award Winner. Thank you for your support!
- Baylor research: "Saying “No” to Cake or “Yes” to Kale: Approach and Avoidance Strategies in Pursuit of Health Goals"
- University of Wisconsin: Self-affirmation activates brain systems associated with self-related processing and reward and is reinforced by future orientation
- BBC Lab UK: Brief Online Training Enhances Competitive Performance: Findings of the BBC Lab UK Psychological Skills Intervention Study.
- Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg: Expectations affect psychological and neurophysiological benefits even after a single bout of exercise
- University of Toronto, People who wear rose-colored glasses see more
- Wake Forest: “What you say about others says a lot about you.”
- New York Times: Feel Like You’re Going Out of Your Mind? Consider Mindset.
- Scientific American: Unraveling the Mindset of Victimhood
- Forbes: What Your Brain Thinks of Productivity (RAS helps you concentrate)
- Resilience Institute: How to build a flexible mind
- Dr. David Eagleman, neuroplasticity book
- ScienceDirect: Reticular Activating System
- Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience Journal: The Brain’s Conversation with Itself: Neural Substrates of Dialogic Inner Speech.
- Dr. Sandra Erdelez: Information Encountering: It's More Than Just Bumping into Information.