Keeping a strong mindset…
As everyone knows – I’m a pretty freaking hard-headed freakishly strong kinda crazy bird… life’s too short to be just like everyone else – and I’ve been shown that first hand. I have absolutely no desire to fit in.
People wonder how I do it – Keeping a strong mindset, since living with a TBI is not easy… I have educated myself for years on how to overcome my struggles to enable me to live my best life.
The first big side effect I overcome was ANGER. I won’t go into it today – but feel free to read the article from Brainline by clicking ‘Anger.’
I have found different triggers that calm me down and prevent me from being a raging physco! – although the angry bird Aquo feels the urge to surface every so often, I try my absolute hardest to keep her burried deep deep down. She’s not a nice person.
I love podcasts because they make you think. I have become a religous follower of ‘The mentor mindset’, ‘Maximize your influence’ and ‘the productiviyist’ – they help me in so many ways push through the day and enable me to reach my short term goals.
Every so often I will Google fitness/mindset/positivity/wellness memes to help curb my thought patterns.
Over the years I have found different videos on YouTube that also help to keep me in a positive mindset.
When I feel the need to just chill, I switch on Netflix and put on a documentary so I’m learning something – at the moment my favourites are ‘Strong’, ‘Born strong’, ‘The C word’, ‘Functional fitness’ and ‘The mind explained.’
However, the days I go to the gym twice I will do 45 minutes on the treadmill watching sex in the city, I don’t know why but it gets me so motivated and when I get home I’m usually bursting with creativity to conqure one of my million projects on the go.
Remember that above everything your mental well-being needs to be nurtured. Take time to meditate and focus on the things you are grateful for. Taking time to replenish your mind and spirit is paramount to sustaining mental health and giving you a sense of well-being. And that is key to becoming and maintaining your best self, now and over the long haul.