How to enrich your personal reward system

It’s up to you to find the motivation to change your life for the better. And if you find a way to enrich your personal reward system and the way you congratulate yourself on successes, your mind will definitely push you even further forward.

It all begins from inside and you should start here:

Do something different

Even if you do something you love often with mathematical precision there will come a time when you won’t be attracted to it so much. This makes perfect sense and is confirmed by science, according to which – the dopamine levels that are released when you do the same thing over time, decrease over time. But when you choose to go one step further, jump higher or do something that excites you, the data changes as well as your inner reward system.

Use visualization

World-class athletes such as swimmer Michael Phelps and mixed-martial artist Conor McGregor have spoken openly about the visualization techniques they use. According to them, they visualize the upcoming challenges in their minds. Expecting both difficulties and pleasure of success in advance. Which helps them a lot when time comes to actually do the thing. This fact is enough to make you more mobilized. Taking a dose of what can actually happen whets your appetite for more and bigger goals. Bo Bennett reminds us that, “Visualization is a form of daydreaming.”


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