A lot of people are interested in health and fitness these days and to that end, they will spend a lot of time in the gym or out running in a bid to try and build more muscle and increase their physical fitness.
But while this is an admirable aim, it’s maybe an example of us having the wrong priorities. Why? Because these days we don’t use our bodies half as much as we use our brains. Our brains are what we use for the majority of careers these days, they are what we use to manage our relationships and they are what we use to handle money, navigate, learn and more.
So if you’re going to spend time training your body, it only stands to reason that you should spend at least the same amount of time training your brain.
So why aren’t more people already training their brains? Largely, this comes down to the fact that many people don’t realize quite the extent to which their brains can be trained, or quite the extent to which their brain function can be improved through simply following the best health practices – through the right nutrition, lifestyle and more.
And more to the point, most people are completely unaware of just how unhealthy their current routine is for their brain. They have no idea that the things they’re doing every single day are actually damaging their brains. And not only does this prevent those people from performing optimally every day but it could also lead to a higher chance of dementia or Alzheimer’s.
Just think what you could accomplish if instead of degrading and abusing your brain, you instead focused on nourishing it, training it and helping it to grow. You might just become limitless...