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Saturday, 18 May 2013

Focus to be successful

Focus to be successfull


The negative thoughts we conjure every day also enforce the very negative thoughts that you wish not to happen
So it happens

 The positive thoughts we conjure every day also enforce the very positive thoughts that you wish to happen
So it happens

Read it again, just in case your brain did not receive what it just read

Quite a statement on how we think everyday every hour every minute of our lives, positive and negative thoughts going through your mind in split seconds whether provoked intentionally or subconsciously. Your mind is working overtime receiving information, processing and putting into action immediately what is required at the moment or to be used at a later time. 
''Memory'' remember that word

The speed of all this happening so fast, makes us even faster than a computer

For decades computer scientists have strived to build machines that can calculate faster than the human brain and store more information. The contraptions have won. The world’s most powerful supercomputer, the K from Fujitsu, computes four times faster and holds 10 times as much data. And of course, many more bits are coursing through the Internet at any moment. Yet the Internet’s servers worldwide would fill a small city, and the K sucks up enough electricity to power 10,000 homes. The incredibly efficient brain consumes less juice than a dim light bulb and fits nicely inside our head. Biology does a lot with a little: the human genome, which grows our body and directs us through years of complex life, requires less data than a laptop operating system. Even a cat’s brain smokes the newest iPad—1,000 times more data storage and a million times quicker to act on it.... Taken from http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=computers-vs-brains

The speed of all this happening so fast, makes us even faster than a computer? the above paragraph does not agree with that? 

So how can a brain perform difficult tasks in one hundred steps that the largest parallel computer imaginable can't solve in a million or a billion steps? The answer is the brain doesn't "compute" the answers to problems; it retrieves the answers from memory. In essence, the answers were stored in memory a long time ago. It only takes a few steps to retrieve something from memory. Slow neurons are not only fast enough to do this, but they constitute the memory themselves. The entire cortex is a memory system. It isn't a computer at all." A biological mass working in our skull from memory, that is pretty powerful. So your computer only stores data and not memory of any great significance as to what the brain can do. Although in computers that is beginning to happen.

So why is it important when you buy a PC to ask the question ''What is the gigabyte of memory'' probably one of the first questions to ask your store about if your a ''gamer''. Memory as pointed out is easily retrieved rather than a string of process's to get to the same point. Speed is of essence for a computer game to run smoothly.

Now we have that out of the way, how does this have any affect on being ''focused to be successful''
Brain training or reprogramming is not what one thinks about in our daily lives and yet subconsciously we do exactly that. For the sake of a scenario, you would not cross the road when a car is coming, the positive thought there is ''I will not cross the road'' so you don't do it. Why? from your memory comes the thought of death even visuals of what could happen if you did. This memory has been with you for a very long time an instantaneous reaction to something that could harm you. And your brain know this or your memory does.

How many of us go about doing the same thing over and over without really thinking about it. We all do, whether your having breakfast or doing another lecture on the same subject to another class of students. Pick anything you do each day that is Representative of a daily chore. Everything is ''Memory''.

How do we reprogramme our brain to do others things of that we wish to be more desirable than what was programmed into us through our growing lives. Memory is easily destroyed on a PC but the brain is biological and we cannot destroy living tissue or reprogramme that neuron to become something different. How ever we can create another memory neuron to do just that, in fact we can make a whole neuron base, a new memory. Why do people feel ''oh that's not right'' or ''no that would not work'' or ''that would go against the grain'' or ''thats a dangerous thing to do'' This is just our negative and positive working with what we have memorised. I will not walk across the road as I would die if a car was coming. A positive memory thought.

So to reprogramme or create a new memory we must now take to task on how we should go about creating this new memory. In the new work place (new job) you would go about new tasks and training by the staff of that company in other words THEY WILL PROGRAMME YOUR BRAIN to do the job. Your brain will now start to memorise all that is required to do the job. A new memory base is being created. You have focused yourself to learn this new job.

Focus or Attention;
From Wikipedia.... Attention is the cognitive process of selectively concentrating on one aspect of the environment while ignoring other things. Attention has also been referred to as the allocation of processing resources. Attention is one of the most intensely studied topics within psychology and cognitive neuroscience. Attention remains a major area of investigation within education, psychology and neuroscience. Areas of active investigation involve determining the source of the signals that generate attention, the effects of these signals on the tuning properties of sensory neurons, and the relationship between attention and other cognitive processes like working memory and vigilance.


The ability to change who we are and where we want to be is solely dependent on what you want out of life. You have many choices to choose from. There is no ''I cannot'' unless it is debilitating in some form (that is not an excuse for not trying another way). Someone in a wheel chair could not possibly go up a very steep hill, the energy and muscle power required would be to great (gravity is not always your friend). The thought or desire of wanting to go up that hill because there is something up there you want to see then becomes a challenge to over come not ''I cannot''. You will find away to get up there, by some means. Being hauled up by a rope or by some strapping strong man to carry you on his back or a helicopter. Nothing is insurmountable, you just have to find a way. I know someone who has no legs or arms and can swim and play golf. This person contemplated suicide because of his thoughts about how he looked and his ability not to be able to do the normal things in life that so many took for granted. So he did something special that we can all do and that was to change his thinking, place a whole new thought process in his head. He is also financially well off, thanks to reprogramming himself.

Focusing on something will produce new memory for you and a new memory is a new you and maybe a whole new direction in life.

Watch something. Read something. Surround yourself  with people who you wish to be. Go to seminars or other meetings. Listen to audios. Do the things that you would not even dream of doing. The results will take you places you never ''thought'' ''memory'' would happen.

''Focus to be successful''
Reprogramme yourself, anyone can do it.



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