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Who You Can Trust


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Who is the most trustworthy person you know? If you name someone other than yourself, this article will give you priceless insights and information to move your life forward at lightning speed. If you can’t trust yourself, how can you trust others? Learn the reasons why you can trust your brain, the knowledge it holds and its amazing problem solving ability. Then, learn how to identify people with the best potential to become your trusted advisors so you can achieve more of what you want in life including greater prosperity, a fulfilling career and better relationships.

Trust Your Brainpower

Did you know that your brain is the only known organism in the entire universe capable of analyzing itself? It weighs in at about a whopping 3 pounds and is equipped with approximately 100 billion neurons that build the networks for memory and problem solving. Your brain has the same potential as the brain of Albert Einstein or any other genius you admire. That means it’s not how many neurons you have but how you use them. Pretty mind blowing, isn’t it?

Your brain takes in sensory information continuously on conscious and unconscious levels. You are bombarded with visual, kinesthetic, auditory, olfactory and taste inputs, even when you sleep. Your memory bank is a rich treasure chest filled with life experiences, facts and figures. It’s your representational system to navigate life. You have the cognitive ability to access memory, continuously learn and improve, solve problems and make decisions. The potential of your brain to achieve what you can imagine, plan and implement is limitless.

A good start to understanding and using your brainpower is determining your sensory and cognitive thinking strengths and “blind spots.” Be sure to select a trustworthy service provider having a statistically validated survey and practical neuroscience tools customized to your sensory score sequences and cognitive thinking preferences.

How to Make Good Personal Decisions

First, decide on the outcomes you want to experience. Be as specific as you can; use numbers, dates, and vivid descriptions of what you really want. Avoid stating what you don’t want as your brain will arrow in on these thoughts and give you more of what you want to avoid.

Next, ask yourself the following questions when looking at the possible solutions: “What looks, feels and sounds the best to me?” “What seems the most logical and at the same time has potential growth and opportunities?” “Will I regret or be happy with this decision in 3 years?” “Will I have caused any harm to myself or others as a result of this decision?” Be sure to “check in” with your heart, as well as your brain on these questions. You can trust your heart and brain to give you reliable information and insights.

Trusted Advisors Multiply Your Trust Factor

Trusted advisors help you achieve your goals faster and with less stress. They fill in the gaps left by what you can’t do or need to learn. Trusted advisors are a comfort when you feel alone. They can also help you make more accurate decisions and avoid potential pitfalls.

Decide, thoughtfully, who your trusted advisors are. These people help you with life challenges regarding finances, childcare, health, career and relationships. The most important criteria for your trusted advisors is that their fundamental values are equal to or higher than yours. Values drive behavior and outcomes. You want advice and ideas that are based on high values that serve you and others in good ways. Be sure your trusted advisors also have the experience and knowledge you need.

You may be surprised at how many of the people you respect and admire will be honored and thrilled to be considered your trusted advisor. Also, ask your trusted advisors how you may be of service to them. You may be stunned by how they view your gifts and what you have to offer them in return for helping you. Giving and receiving are two sides of the same coin.

In conclusion, you need to trust your caring nature and your brain before seeking trusted advisors. Your heart and brain are miraculous masses of protoplasm.  Becoming better acquainted with your hearts desires and brain strengths actually strengthens them. Neuroplasticity is the mechanism for continuous learning, cognitive problem solving and decision-making. Imagination is your greatest gift, coupled with your ability to take action, to leapfrog your life forward beyond your wildest dreams.

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