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5 Ways To Commit Yourself To Continuous Personal Growth

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Research has found that the act of visualizing success is just as convincing to the human brain as achieving that success. In other words, when you visualize well, your brain becomes certain that it will achieve that goal and becomes more committed to it.

Visualizing the act of growth and the actions you have to do to achieve that growth is also as helpful as imagining success, and it commits your brain to the imagined actions.

ADVERTISEMENTThere are, of course, some caveats to this. Overindulgent visualizing will likely not provide the same positive benefits.

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