“All of us lose hope, all of us lose confidence. But you can get it back
by renewing your mind.” – Brian Buffini
Today’s world often exposes us to an overload of damaging and divisive information. In this episode, Brian teaches how to renew our minds so that we can reject the negativity we’re constantly subjected to and instead gain clarity, become more positive and achieve growth. Topics discussed include: the value of journaling, the usefulness of a ‘technology fast’ and the importance of monitoring what we consume and who we associate with.
YOU WILL LEARN:
- How technology creates a social dilemma.
- Why a renewed mind is so powerful.
- How to renew your mind.
MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
“The Power of Positive Thinking,” by Norman Vincent Peale
“The Social Dilemma,” documentary-drama
“Learned Optimism: How to Change Your Mind and Your Life,” by Martin E.P. Seligman
“Man’s Search for Meaning,” Viktor E. Frankl
“The Shawshank Redemption,” movie
“Mindset: The New Psychology of Success,” by Carol S. Dweck
“As a Man Thinketh,” by James Allen
Episode 200, As a Man Thinketh
“Think and Grow Rich,” by Napoleon Hill
“How to Win Friends and Influence People,” by Dale Carnegie
Episode 112, Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Life
Episode 115, How to Be Resilient
Episode 138, How to Be Mentally Tough
Episode 111, Developing Your Self-Belief
Episode 061, The Strangest Secret – by Earl Nightingale
INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES FROM THIS EPISODE:
“Do not conform; be transformed.” – Brian Buffini
“The person who dumps garbage into your mind will do considerably more harm than the person who dumps garbage on your floor, because each load of mind garbage negatively impacts your possibilities and lowers your expectations.” – Zig Ziglar
“Dwelling on negative thoughts is like fertilizing weeds.” – Norman Vincent Peale
“Your input determines your output.” – Brian Buffini
“We become what we think about.” – Earl Nightingale
“Once you’re clear, you can take action. If you take action without being clear, you will be in a constant state of anxiety.” – Brian Buffini