There's a special kind of goal called a "commit or quit" goal. If you haven't heard of this, that's not surprising, because I made it up. I made it up because I noticed I was doing too many things half-assed: not fully committed, not fully enjoying, not doing it as well as I could. Do you have half-assed commitments in your life?
Free yourself! Read "5 Steps to Whole-A$$ Commitments" to discover how to do get out of that life-draining bind of doing things your don't fully enjoy. You may be surprised to discover what my recent commit-or-quit goal revealed to me.
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WHAT DO YOU THINK IS your greatest professional asset? (Here's a hint: it's between your ears.)
Your brain's speed and capacity far exceeds any computer. Researchers in Japan recently tried to simulate the processing power of the brain. Using the 4th most powerful computer in the world, the "K Computer," they wired together almost 83,000 processors, which represents only 1 percent of the neurons your brain contains. Even with all that super-computer power, it took 40 minutes to replicate what the brain processes in 1 second.
That's right, 83,000 of the fastest processors in the world took 40 minutes to do what your brain does in 1 second.
One of your awesome brain's most awesome features is its plasticity, its malleability. A healthy brain continues to create new neural pathways and alter existing ones to accommodate learning, processing experiences, and forming memories, for your entire life.