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Jun 16, 2019 17:44:11

A case for affirmations

by @keni PATRON | 200 words | 290🔥 | 294💌


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I recently publicly announced that I wanted to do affirmations. 
@brianball asked for more details..

I think affirmation is a bridge between wanting something and taking action.
Since making the declaration of my affirmation, I find that I am constantly asking myself what I need to do to achieve my goal. I have since created a document with the details of the steps I need to take. I have researched extensively and even made changes to my website. I am sure - there is a whole lot more work that this affirmation I made will entail but I am happy with the progress so far.

Just this week, I discovered this article on Business Insider.  

Russian scientists who conducted a study comparing the training schedules of four groups of Olympic athletes.
Each group used a different combination of physical and mental training:
Group one: 100% physical training
Group two: 75% physical training, 25% mental training
Group three: 50% physical training, 50% mental training
Group four: 25% physical training, 75% mental training
The scientists found that the fourth group performed the best during the Olympics.

I am a believer of the power of the mind.
Affirmations use that power.

In 2019, I, Keni had the most successfully funded Kickstarter Campaign. 

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    @keni - Scott Adams also likes them.. right?

    Brian Ball avatar Brian Ball | Jun 28, 2019 21:16:55
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      @brianball - He does. He talks about them a lot in the book - How to fail.

      Keni avatar Keni | Jun 29, 2019 12:47:45
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    @keni Love it! The enthusiasm is leaping off the screen.

    Brandon Wilson avatar Brandon Wilson | Jun 16, 2019 15:57:32
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