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Set Yourself Up for Success Everyday

WHEN MOST PEOPLE consider the concept of brain training to improve learning, they tend to think of those online game programs or puzzles that are purported to give the brain a "workout" by practicing memory and problem-solving skills to sharpen the mind. Others consider more advanced techniques aimed at optimizing brain wave activity. Although the games can be fun, I assure you there is a better way and I can help.


First, it is important to set yourself up for success. Plan your day and train your brain. Tell your mountains to crumble or walk around them. This task can be daunting if you are not ready – but I assure you when you make the choice to do so, it can change your life.


Contemplating change - Sylvester Stallone sits on the museum's steps with his beloved bull mastiff Butkus for the film 'Rocky,' 1976. (Photo: United Artists/Courtesy of Getty Images)

First you have to learn about yourself and know what you want. What are your interests, what are your goals, what skills you have as well as your set time frame? Figuring these things out can then help you find direction and a path to take, as well as helping you understand your passion and purpose. Yet, the means to know where you’re going, and how to get there may require you to become UNSTUCK. The real truth is many people to do not even realize they are stuck in the first place – problem number one.


First things first—you need to get unstuck. You need to get out of the rut you've been in for way too long. Wanting, wishing, hoping and dreaming are just not enough to do that. In order to change your life, you must be willing to change yourself.


Want to learn more? Let’s continue this conversation with a one on one discussion. The strategies I share have worked for thousands and you could be a part of that elite group. www.pennvieau.com

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