When you think about building something, let's say a toy, a house or a computer, you need to take a lot into consideration, plan, make drafts or read instructions and then give the best of you to put it together.
So when it comes to build character, to get to a better version of yourself, what steps are you willing to take?
John Hayes, a cognitive psychology professor at Carnegie Mellon University, dedicated a lot of time and effort to study the onset of greatness in diverse people and in a few words, he found out that repetition is one of the keys to create new habits and change.
In my opinion, and personal experience, repetition is the tool used by the majority of marketing gurus, fitness trainers, business experts and nutritionists to spark off the fire and put in motion the wheels of prosperity, success and sustainability.
Using treasure maps, affirmative phrases, motivational cd's, images of how we want to look like, is a way to repeat over and over again our goals and plans until they are attainable.
Infuse your thoughts and positive thinking in everyday apparel, glasses and cups and be constantly in touch with your inner strength and train your mind to work harder and challenge itself in order to pursue your dreams.