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Its Not Your Fault


Have you ever wondered what's really holding you back from achieving all your dreams and making the money you really want to make?

Well, worry no more. It's not your fault. The latest research of the most advanced information on the human brain and its effects on our success uncovers truly revolutionary insight.

Here are just a few of the newest neuro-scientific discoveries that are blowing away scientists:

1. It is now known that humans think on 6 different levels at once, yet only one sixth of it is at a conscious level.

This means that 83% of the time you are acting automatically at a non-conscious level. This explains why just making a decision is nowhere nearly enough if you want to improve any of your results. You must re-train your brain if you want to achieve more. This is also why diets don't work.

2. Another great discovery is that non-conscious brain cells (neurons) can detect and pick up information up to 800 times faster than conscious neurons. The good news is that you can now train these faster brain cells to work for you, not against you. This is absolutely using your real power and not just 17% of your real abilities.

3. A third great discovery has to do with your Amygdala. This part of the brain has been conditioned at a very young age by your parents, teachers and the events in your life.

The Amygdala doesn't like change and will release neuro- transmitters anytime you try to change something in your life. Any deviation from what is your norm right now sets this off and basically causes you to revert back to your old patterns of thoughts and behaviors. This explains why most people have a hard time leaving a job or relationship they aren't totally happy with.

It also explains why people stay at the same income bracket year after year. It may not be what they want, but it's what they are accustomed to and conditioned to expect.

So if you wondered what was holding you back from achieving all your dreams and making the money, don't worry. It's not your fault. For a free weekly report on advanced thinking for achieving extraordinary results in your life and business, sign up at www.thestreetkid.com.

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