If You Wait, It’ll Be Too Late
7 months ago, the country, and world at large, went into lockdown mode.
There was mass panic and fear, which led to a lot of irrational decisions and actions. For me, from a Mind Map perspective, this whole time has been a fascinating thing to witness as I watch the real world application of Mind Map unfold.
For one, the emotional center of your brain functions opposing the logical, more human part of your brain. When emotions are high, logic goes out the dang window.
Nevertheless, the point I want to make today is that I have had more people than I can count, reach out to me privately, to ask me how I’ve been able to stay positive and strong throughout.
How’d I do it? I’ve been preparing my mind my entire life to deal with whatever comes my way. If I had not been such a student of the mind, then I may have fallen in lockstep with the masses and gone into a fearful state.
If you are setting out to do a marathon, you train for it. You don’t just show up the day of and hope for the best.
The good news is that even if you’ve never trained your mind before, you can begin now. You never know when the next time you’ll need to call upon the powers of your brain.
But if you wait and keep putting it off, it’ll be too late.
Be unconventional - Kyle Newell
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P.P.S-We will be having our annual Thanksgiving workout for charity on Thanksgiving morning at 7 AM sharp. It will be outdoors due to circumstance but the show must go on. Non-members are welcome to join including out of town visitors. There is a minimum $10 donation to participate. All proceeds will be going to a local man, more details to come.
P.P.S-Our annual deadlifting contest for charity will be Saturday, December 12th. If you’d like to participate, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org