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I have heard the phrase, โ€˜crossing the rubiconโ€™ many times before.


And to be honest, I never had any idea of where it came from. I just knew that it meant embracing a challenge of sorts.


Turns out that it came from a battle that Julius Caesar fought, when he was outnumbered big time, not prepared on the surface and he was recommended by his advisors to wait.


Julius obviously didnโ€™t wait, crossed the Rubicon River and the rest, as they say, is history.


One of the main Mind Map principles is that your brain needs clarity in order to progress.


Otherwise you will go into a freeze mode of sorts.


But, crossing the proverbial rubicon means a lack of clarityโ€ฆ.


Or does it?


On the surface it means facing great challenges and odds.


A big part of what I teach with Mind Map comes with knowing how the brain works but also knowing how to take on a challenge.


When we force our brain to confront a challenge, it grows much more rapidly and gains supreme clarity as you move forward.


Just because the brain needs and craves clarity, doesnโ€™t mean you have to wait until everything is perfect to move forward.


Hereโ€™s the secret: clarity doesnโ€™t mean knowing the outcome, it means knowing the next step.


Within that next step, chaos is a very real possibility.


This just means to expect chaos as you go.


When chaos is planned for, it wonโ€™t be a disruptor, it will be a welcomed opportunity to expand your mind.


Repetition is the mother of all skill, reframing isnโ€™t too far behind.


Be Unconventional - Kyle Newell


P.S-If you would like a copy of our FREE mini-book, 33 Principles to Help you Win at Life, then you can go towww.newellstrength.com/33.

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