The Psychology Of Winning (Infographic)

Posted on Feb 18 2014 - 10:25am by Alexandra Ashton

There’s a new season in Comedians Getting Coffee with Louis C.K. and Tina Fey in them, all winning personalities, and how can you enjoy streaming the videos with Jerry Seinfeld if your brain is not ready to tackle their tricks? There’s a new list of good books from The Millions and it’s such a disgrace to skip reading them because you think your brain can’t handle it. There’s too much evolution to go through and too many new Sarah Silverman videos to stream by and you’re stuck there, unresolved in your dilemma of whether to decide to not be shallow and obtuse about your brain?

The brain helps to improve your lifestyle and mastering it, exercising its functions, deciding to use it and structuring your thoughts in the smartest way possible. Imagine how much pleasure you’re getting when all your nerves in your brain are at its optimal rate and you hear little things and digest little details and get so much pleasure from it. Imagine the satisfaction. You don’t have to buy more stuff, travel so much, and waste so much resource from the world. Mastering your brain can get you far, so much and get your personality all equipped with how to deal with people with the kind of intelligence, selflessness and compassion that gets you to your dreams with full lightness in the heart.

You don’t get to where you should be when you can’t master your brain, when you can’t control that much emotion you have, when you lose control. Harnessing your strengths and weaknesses gets you understand who you are. Self-awareness is rare. This infographic can tell your more about your brain than your brain needs, but you can never know enough about your brain.


About the Author

Alexandra Ashton, Communications at Neomam Studios , the UK based Infographic Agency. Alexandra is a content and design enthusiast with a keen eye for detail.