Do You Know How To Develop This Secret Power?

Posted by Jane H.T. Grow-Your-Willpower

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I believe you would agree that one of the principal qualities that set apart every truly independent, strong-minded and success-oriented person –  the Warrior in spirit – is relentless and unswerving willpower.

The ability to stay focused in spite of distractions and keep going when others have quit is often what decides on your victory or defeat with any goal that you set for yourself.

I’m sure you are aware of this already. Everyone will tell you what a great asset strong willpower is. They won’t tell you, however, how you are supposed to develop it and what are the main pitfalls you should be aware of.

Until now, you had to learn these things yourself through trial and error.

But it doesn’t have to be that way. I would like to share with you some willpower boosting tips that will streamline the learning process, saving you a lot of valuable time.

Warrior Willpower

Willpower is important as the first step on your self-development journey, but it’s equally important later on. The higher you get in life, the more you will notice the pressure to stay congruent with your values. You have surely heard of some spectacular downfalls of famous personalities – CEOs of big companies, top class athletes, politicians, celebrities and the like, whose willpower failure have ruined their reputation overnight and made newspapers’ headlines.

You don’t need to be a celebrity though, to have a first-hand experience of the importance of will power. This is what moves you forward in your day-to-day life. This is what helps you say ‘no’ to an extra slice of cake, a cigarette, an unnecessary purchase or a tempting deal that promises temporary financial benefits for the price of compromising on your core values.

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to simply turn away from the temptation and choose the right option instead? To make a decision you’ll later be proud of, rather than bitterly regret?

The good news is that willpower is very much like a muscle. This means that you can exercise it and develop its strength, so you can relay on it always when you need it. You can also ‘conserve’ your willpower thus increasing this powerful resource.

Watch the video below to find out how.

Willpower in the brain is connected to the prefrontal cortex, which is activated during meditation. A series of scientific experiments have shown that people who meditate increase their willpower faster and find it easier to stay congruent to their higher values (which is one of the key elements to inner peace, both mentally and emotionally.)

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