‘Bookmarks’ v/s ‘Browsing History’


Why do we fear taking risks or doing new things? What makes it so hard to get out of our comfort zone?

We avoid doing new things because we fear failure. Most of our fears are based on bad experiences that happened to someone, somewhere. It is just like browsing the internet. Everything we browse, gets saved in our ‘browsing history’ (human memory).

In order to start a fresh day with a new resolve, we must firstly delete the browsing history of our bad experiences.

That is not enough.

We should also learn to ‘bookmark’ the successful and happy experiences of ours and people around us in order to remain consistently motivated and inspired.

Once your ‘bookmarks’ outnumber your ‘browsing history’, you start walking on a happy and successful path in your life!

Comments
2 Responses to “‘Bookmarks’ v/s ‘Browsing History’”
  1. Bill Silcock says:

    What role does visualization play in these mental rpocesses

  2. iLadekzdroj says:

    Amazing! This blog looks exactly like my old one!
    It’s on a entirely different subject but it has pretty much the same page layout and design. Outstanding choice of colors!

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