Whether you expect to succeed or expect to fail, your expectations become self-fulfilling prophecies.
When you expect failure, you communicate your expectations to your subconscious mind. Your brain accepts the notion and prompts your actions as if you will fail. You actually program yourself to do the things that will lead you to fail. This creates anxiety that contributes to stress and negative feelings.
In contrast, when you expect to succeed, you prompt your subconscious to succeed.
This optimism and positivity may lead to many things, including an extra effort that could be the difference between success and failure and the move to seek out people who can contribute to your success. In short, your subconscious can be the spark … >>>READ MORE >>> →