Some Cool Eustress Words From My Old Notes (I Often Carry) Which I Got From Cool Eustress Books And Movies
By Byron M. Vidal
Using all the skills of an astute observer and taking them to brand new heights.
Thinking Smart not hard. More important, giving our brain time to rest.
Smart Day’s Work.
Those unbalanced negative emotions are not the calling card of a true human being, and so we must release and be free of them before we can achieve our goals.
After all, memory starts and ends in the mind. So to have a healthy mind, believe that you can achieve anything you desire.
Meditating with a positive chant, something like, “I can do whatever I set my mind to,” can help in this regard.
The goal is to make each situation as pleasant as possible, then your chances of recall are improved significantly.
And the less pleasant the experience, the better the chance that your memory will try to shut it out as much as possible. SO LET’S TURN THIS AROUND AND MAKE THIS A MORE SOOTHING EXPERIENCE. A basketball player might picture the perfect shot. IF YOU CAN LINK A RELAXING PAST EXPERIENCE TO THE PRESENT, you will start to feel more at ease and your memory will soak up the information at hand.