Self-Affirmation Power: Positive Wandering Mind

Do you often find yourself just dazing off into a little dream? Thinking about something that, usually, you wouldn’t find too interesting? For many of us, these problems tend to come from simply being unable to stay concentrated but for others the “wandering mind” can be a pretty tough thing to cope with.

You will find yourself dealing with a rather challenging and difficult aspect of yourself – the fat that you don’t believe in anything that you do. When the mind wanders, does it go for something a little bit more challenging? Or does it go for a vision that has you succeeding? What most people find is that they will just go through their life facing various problems that really do come up and stand in their way.

This means that they will usually head towards the more negative angle; imagine you doing something, and then imagine yourself doing it successfully. What seems more likely? Just doing the task, or finishing it off? If you can’t see yourself finishing it and doing well then it’s likely that your more wandering mindset will be built around going for the negative side of events rather than positive spin on things.

The big thing that you need to consider, then, is how you can get the benefits that you need when your mind wanders – for some people, it’s the most powerful motivation that they have. This can come from the ability to harness and utilize self-affirmation within you as a wandering part of the mind. When you start wandering about to visions of seeing yourself easily victorious in whatever task it is that you need to undertake, it becomes a whole lot easier to start understanding how to take things a step further in the future. To do this, you need to simply start looking at the easiest ways to start preparing and planning ahead – when your path to progress is clear, visions of success are far more likely to come into play and then eventually turn out to be the reality.

What you need to do, then, is to start looking at self-affirmation power as the way to augment your mind and make yourself believe that success is not too far around the corner. The positive wandering mind, as we call it, is for those who can simply drift off and come back feeling invigorated and full of belief that they have the skillset, the ability and the mentality to make a tangible difference.

If you are able to give your body that pep talk then it becomes so much easier to start making progress in your life – the closer your wandering mind is to being a success, the closer it becomes to actually making you a success in reality.

What we wander off and think off is usually what we see as the most likely thing to happen – well, why not make this the most likely thing to happen? Why not make success, you triumphing against the odds, your story of growth and success? It’s far more believable in the mind than it is to many people who simply would look at you as if you are crazy! However, when your mind is able to see something unfolding, the chances are that it’s possible to actually attain that one day.

It simply takes the ability to plan to start changing your wandering mind – when you are more engaged with the idea of change and success than you are to dealing with something like failure or perhaps facing a challenge you aren’t yet ready for, it becomes a lot easier to see yourself being a success in the future. It takes a lot of time to get to this level of comfort and credibility within your own mind, but the best way to get there is to unblock that road between yourself and the potential you have for increased success.

All that you need to do, then, is give yourself some time and preparation. Whatever you are planning for – a date, a dance lesson, a college exam, a work presentation – you will find that taking the time to make a little map of where you need to get to is a great idea. It allows you to visualize your challenges and your problems that are going to be coming up in the near future, and makes it much easier to start planning and preparing for taking on these challenges and giving yourself a chance at becoming who you always wanted.

Carl Preston

My name is Carl Preston. the creator of Why Don't You Change?, the ultimate self-development site. Find here self-improvement tips and FREE eBooks. Register to our newsletter and get a FREE Productivity eBook

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