Feed Your Brain

What I hear, quite often, from those who follow me either right here on Facebook or who get the same post emailed to them (Yes, you can have this emailed to you!) is this: “Thank you so much for this post, I shared it with my kids (or my team, my family, my husband, etc..) I am ecstatic when I receive messages like this, but that’s not why I am sharing this piece of information. I want you to know, and maybe you already do, that what you feed your brain every day makes you who you are—it defines your thought process. So look long and hard at what you are feeding your brain every day because it absolutely matters.

I also have a lot of people send me ideas. They say things like, “I saw this and I thought of you—this seems like something you’d post about.” Again, this is very flattering, but do you see what has happened to them by reading my inspirational messages? They are seeing the messages themselves in everyday life! They are looking at the world differently because of what they feed their brain every morning at 8 am! It really matters.

Today I simply want to point out how important it is to feed your brain inspiring thoughts every day. I want to thank you for reading these missives every day and sharing them as well. And I want to encourage you to encourage those you love to sign up, too. Get everyone to sign up—It’s free for goodness sake, so why not? The commitment is honestly less than 2 minutes a day! 2 MINUTES!! Who doesn’t have 2 minutes each morning to feed their brain good food? 

Let’s GO! WE GOT THIS!
Beth
P.S. Please email me if you know of anyone who would want this daily post sent to their inbox each morning at 8 am. And on the next rainy day, I will share my daughter’s recent, “Mom, I saw this and thought of you,” idea. It’s even inspiring the “yutes”!

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