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How does the human mind work? And most importantly, how can we use the mind to work for us? Join Dr. Eric Amidi on a journey to discover and discuss the wonders of the mind and how it relates to our perception of the world around us. Eric is a Quantum Physicist and best-selling author. Bookstores are always well stocked with self-help books. Internet is full of articles and videos with much the same. The truth is, self-improvement can impact every facet of your life.

Below are ten amazing positive effects that self-improvement can have on your life. For starters, the journey towards self-improvement is also an exercise in character-building. When you make a goal to improve some aspect of your life, you need discipline. You will need to see it through from start to finish. You have to be willing to ask for help and seek advice in areas that are unfamiliar to you.

So it makes sense that strengthening these qualities will also help you improve. Studies actually bear this out. For example, one study focused on school athletes who improved interpersonal communication.

Surprisingly, this improvement resulted in better athletic performance. In fact, their improvement was even higher those focused only on athletic performance. The same can apply to you as an adult. When you focus on character improvement, you will improve in other areas of your life.

It Opens up New Opportunities. You have to change your way of thinking. You need to learn new things by reading books or taking a class or just going online, and you have to try new things. Getting out of your routine helps changing your patterns of thinking. Doing new things expands your horizons. This can open you up to opportunities that you might never have dreamed of. Learning new things can expose you to opportunities you never knew existed.

Also, changing your way of thinking can make you more open to pursuing them. Enhancing your skill set can give you the tools to make that opportunity a reality rather than only a dream. The form that these opportunities take might surprise you. For example, you might try learning a new language with a goal of traveling somewhere new. But then your language skills open up a new job opportunity instead. It Builds Your Self-Esteem. Self-improvement can improve your self-esteem because it requires you to focus on yourself.

But, it also requires getting out of your comfort zone. You have to get uncomfortable and be open to trying new things. This can be difficult if you have a low self-esteem. After all, trying new things comes with risk of failure. You may also open yourself up to criticism from others. As you focus on your own self-improvement, it will naturally improve.

As you try new things and start to succeed, it will continue to improve. After all, failure is just another opportunity to try again. You are the only one whose approval you need. People who are committed to self-improvement are also more accepting of constructive feedback. They deflect and defend themselves. They insist the critic is wrong, and they may even turn to insulting the person who tried to give them feedback.

This can come from a sense of narcissism everything I do is perfect. Either way, the person who refuses to accept criticism can never improve. In fact, they willingly try new tasks in an attempt to seek out feedback.

As a result, those who value self-improvement have a higher self-esteem and self-confidence. When talking about criticism, you should distinguish between constructive feedback and negative criticism. When friends offer constructive feedback, they are coming from a place of caring. They want to help you succeed. Negative criticism, on the other hand, is a mean-spirited attempt to cut you down. It may hurt you, and deliberately thwart you from being able to achieve your goals.

The same principle applies in how you talk to yourself. You can give yourself constructive feedback. But always remember to be kind to yourself. The truth is, people tend to be a lot kinder to their friends and loved ones than they are to themselves. When you blame and criticize yourself for your mistakes, you will lose your drive to improve.

If you truly want to improve yourself, you must treat yourself with kindness and compassion. Even if you are normally critical of yourself, you can achieve self-compassion. When you are kind to yourself, you are also able to focus on taking care of yourself.

Society tells us that ignoring our own needs in favor of prioritizing the needs of others is a virtue. Indeed, compassion and kindness are fundamental human values. The same principle applies to self-improvement.

It is also about taking charge of your mental and physical health. First of all, you acknowledge the fact that you are a human being with mental and physical needs.

Only then, you can start respecting your own right to take care of those needs. When you are meeting your own needs, you can become a better person and you are better able to help others. Prioritizing self-care and meeting your needs has consequences beyond day-to-day life.

It also means you are better equipped to deal with life upsets and trauma. In fact, studies show that people who engage in self-reflection after an upsetting event experience a quicker emotional recovery. Some would consider self-reflection as a form of meditation. Self-reflection means taking the time to analyze your thoughts and emotions.

If your thoughts are unhealthy, an honest analysis can lead to actionable steps. This may involve seeing a counselor or reaching out to a trusted friend. And it will result in return to a healthier, more balanced frame of mind. A common alternative to self-reflection is to just ignore the problem and pretend that nothing is wrong.

At best, you stagnate. At worst, you self-destruct. But, in the long run, they can get you on track towards a healthier frame of mind. As a result, it makes you grow. It Emphasizes Action. Many articles that talk about self-improvement focus on the power of positive thinking. Just imagine yourself where you want to be. Visualize what it will be like to have a perfect life, and it will naturally be drawn to you. For self-improvement to be effective, dreaming and visualizing is merely the first step.

The next and most important step is to take action on those dreams. Many who want to improve their lives make the mistake of waiting on the motivation. If that motivation never comes, they will never take action. They never make the changes they dream about. Self-improvement requires that you take action now, regardless of if you feel like it or not. The motivation will come with doing.

The more you take action steps, the more proactive you become in other areas of your life. It Makes You a Better You. The goal of improvement is to become better version of yourself. You become a better you when you: Work on building your character Chase down new opportunities.


Dr Eric Amidi

Serendipitous events start pouring into your life — Suddenly, it seems everyone and everything wants to help you to get you what you desire. People and places are suddenly so accommodating to your desires. Your Reality starts shifting, even though you may be around the same place and people that you were before. But before you download the ebook you have to promise me that you: Use this powerful method for good only. Better late than never. I am practical and direct to the point. I look for results.


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The author of the book is Dr. Eric Amidi who seems to be a Quantum Physicist and have acquired vast experience in this field. However, the book which he claims to be the roadmap for success is nothing but list of tips that you usually come across. While introducing the book, Dr. Eric Amidi went through months of research along with a group of great Physicists at Fermilab to discover the ways our brain works.



I took about 20 pages of notes from the ebook. Your ebook put things together for me in a way that the other books did not touch on. I am truly blessed and encouraged to have read your book Believe and Manifest. I am once again focused. People and places are suddenly so accommodating to your desires. Eric has worked on its promotion but not on the content. However, the book which he claims to be the roadmap for success is nothing but list of tips that you usually come across.

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