ANTs—Automatic Negative Thoughts—can significantly impact your performance, productivity, self-esteem, and self-worth. It’s one thing to be able to critically analyze a situation. But it’s another thing entirely when that analysis turns into a self-critic who sits in your head voicing an opinion on everything. This can seriously interfere with your relationships, life goals, daily tasks, and eventually, even reduce your brain’s ability to perform. If you start to notice negative thoughts are taking over, here are three exercises that can help you overcome negative self-talk and get these annoying (and often disabling) ANTs out of your head.
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What if we told you that you could train your brain to read faster, make decisions quicker, and recall information more accurately? It might sound too good to be true, but that’s exactly what we do at Kwik Brain. Our brain-based coaching programs focus on rewiring your brain by training it to work more efficiently. Similar to the way you exercise other parts of your body to be stronger and faster, our programs are a workout for your brain. If you’re curious about whether a brain coach is right for you, this ‘kwik’ read is a good place to start.
Most people know what a coach is. But what about a brain coach? Your brain is like any other muscle in your body, and if you don’t use it, you lose it. Read on for more information on what a brain coach is and how brain coaching can help you.
Your brain is complicated, and it’s natural to overthink from time to time. But getting stuck, or ruminating, can have serious consequences on your brain health. Here’s how disrupt repetitive thoughts for a better state of mind.