I train my mind
I control my feelings, thoughts, and actions. I train my mind to stay strong and healthy.
I focus on the positive. I count my blessings and express my gratitude. When faced with challenges and changes, I remind myself of what I have to gain. When I run into setbacks and delays, I find something to laugh about in the situation.
I monitor my self-talk. I reframe my doubts and fears. I give myself credit for making an effort. I accept myself for who I am now.
I adopt healthy habits. I work at making constructive choices automatic.
I engage in activities that sharpen my mental skills. I study foreign languages and play word games with my children. I register for online courses and shake up my daily routines.
I take care of my body. My physical wellbeing affects my mental strength. I eat nourishing whole foods, exercise regularly, and go to bed early.
I stay connected. Spending time with family and friends reduces my stress. I learn by listening to others and sharing my opinions and experiences.
I live mindfully. I help my brain to function effectively by organising my schedule and minimising distractions. I use meditation and prayer to help me concentrate on the present moment.
Today, I give my mind a workout. I maintain a positive outlook and cultivate the kinds of thoughts and behaviors that help me to succeed.
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- How do I define mental strength?
- Where can I learn more about exercises that can help my brain?
- How is training my mind similar to training my body?