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The Mind is Your Secret Weapon: Time to Build It Up

By : Faiz Uddin| 27 July 2020
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The Mind is Your Secret Weapon Time to Build It Up

Even in the midst of this madhouse we call life at the moment, it is important for you to look for sources of optimism. For instance, the effects of coronavirus have devastated the world, however, this just may be your opportunity to take a step back and reevaluate the road you are heading down. Life is meant for you to enjoy, therefore if you find yourself merely getting by, it’s time to adjust your plan and go after the lifestyle you truly desire. After all, you probably have a lot more free time on your hands, so invest that time back into yourself and start building your mind.

Ziad says,” Your mind impacts the level of success you will reach. Therefore if you aren’t mentally prepared for success, you are setting yourself up for failure”. During trying times like these, it’s easy to become mentally drained. “That is why you must do the work to keep your spirits lifted,” he says.

Ziad K Abdelnour was pleased to share a few tips that could create a strong mindset needed to excel in life. The following is a shortened version of his remarks, which has been loosely edited for clarity.

Take Advantage of Online Learning

I cannot stress how important it is to always seek knowledge. Knowledge is power and the more educated you become, the more strength you’ll find within yourself. No longer can outside sources corrupt your mind and make you feel like you are incapable of success. One thing you should be doing is taking advantage of all the online training courses, webinars, workshops, etc. that are being promoted with the significant increase of online learning during COVID. This is your opportunity to learn a new skill, grow your knowledge and even expand your current way of thinking.

Increase Your Mindfulness

Becoming more mindful will help you to align with your true being and keep you centered even as the world around you erupts in chaos. The most successful people in the world have been known to meditate which is the most common practice to become more mindful. But you should also consider other things like eating the right foods, exercising and reading which will all serve to enhance your mindfulness. Take care of yourself and overall health because the mind, body, and spirit are all connected as one.

Staying Intune with yourself helps you to maintain your individuality. It’s time to detox all that negativity being poured into you via media outlets. And with a strong sense of self, you will no longer fall victim to the manipulation of the media who are set out to keep you under mind control.

Get Creative

Ask yourself, how can you serve the needs of the word right now. Get creative and find ways that you can capitalize and utilize your skills to serve the unique needs presented right now. Capitalism is still alive and well, you have to use your brain and figure things out if you really want to win.

Keep in mind creativity alone does not make you successful, you must put in the work to get there. Once you have an idea, don’t just sit around, execute a plan to make it a reality. There are numerous ways to make money, so there’s no need to wait for the government to rescue you or your job to call you back. Be a real warrior and go out and take your share of the pie. This may just be your chance to gain real wealth.

Sharpen your mind as it is the secret weapon to achieving success. Doing the groundwork now while the rest of the world dwells in their misery is going to put you so much further ahead moving forward. Ultimately, your future lies in your hands and it is up to you to make it bright.

Ziad K Abdelnour, Chairman, President & CEO of Blackhawk Partners Inc, is widely regarded as one of the world’s top business leaders. In addition to being a best-selling author, he is also a founder and Chairman of the board of the� Financial Policy Council.

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