Sobering Facts About Thoughts
Here are some fascinating statistics from a study done in 2020.
According to this insightful study, humans average around 6,200 thoughts a day, and they tend to be on the negative side for most of us. No wonder you and I seem to be in a constant state of dealing with damaging “thought worms!”
I love the way Tommy Newberry puts it in his book, The 4:8 Principle.
“The secret conversations you hold in the privacy of your own mind are shaping your destiny, little by little. With every thought that races through your mind, you are continually reinventing yourself and your future. This is either good or bad news because every thought moves you either toward your God-given potential or away from it. No thoughts are neutral.”
If you want to see a significant shift in old habits, change your thoughts and change your life, give these tools a try.
Tip # 1 – Supervise your self-talk.
Tip # 2 Stop comparing yourself to others.
Tip # 3 – Stretch your limiting beliefs.
Tip # 4 – Build up others.
Here is the link to the article.