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What is a life hack that you think everybody should know?



Sim Campbell, used the power of consistency to become a new person.

Updated Wed

There’s a reason why you can’t stick to a diet.

There’s a reason why you can’t “get math”.

There’s a reason why you can’t “talk to girls” (or guys).

There’s a reason why you can’t stop procrastinating.

There’s a reason why you can’t stop smoking cigarettes or drinking alcohol.

There’s a reason why you can’t do what you know needs to be done.

There’s a reason why the person you are right now and the person you want to become is separated by a chasm the size of the Grand Canyon.

It’s not because of your willpower (though initially it may be).

And it’s not because you’re lazy or inadequate.

You want to know the real reason?

It’s because you literally don’t have the right circuitry.

Here’s what this breaks down to:

Your brain is the most advanced supercomputer on the planet or the known universe.

In fact, it was the model for the original computer prototype.

Your brain is compiled of 100 billion neurons all in an interlinked network, with the ability to send a signal from one end of the chain to the other in less than a second.

Your brain is then connected to your nervous system, which is over 90,000 miles long, all wrapped up in a tiny package called “you”.

Your brain is very adaptable to change, this is called “neuroplasticity”. It’s how you heal from traumatic accidents, internalize new information, and develop new patterns, new ways of doing things.

Neuroplasticity happens every time you come into contact with something new. Your brain reacts to the stimulus and reconfigures itself to adapt to the stimulus, even slightly. Most of the time, this is going on in the background of your awareness.

Example: as a teenager, driving was foreign to you. Now? You probably drift off into autopilot mode when you drive. Why? Because your brain has created a certain pathway, a certain circuitry to the skill of “driving”.

What does this mean for you?

This means you can mold and shape yourself into who you want to be (with few limitations).

What’s the main barrier to this?

Conservation of energy. Your brain is the largest consumer of energy and calories in your body. It uses that to upkeep the brain and recycle nerve cells.

Creating new cells and neural pathways is a very excruciating process that takes a ton of energy. Your brain would rather stick to old pathways to be more energy efficient. We know these as “habits”.

In fact, it coats those old pathways in a substance called “myelin”, which makes those pathways easier to access and faster to fire nerve signals with each use. Imagine if you seran-wrapped a piece of food, placed it in the microwave and set it for high heat. What would happen? The seran wrap would literally melt into the food. That’s what’s happening when you use a pathway for an extended period of time and it gets coated in myelin.

The myelination process is very active in adolescence/young adulthood, because it’s preparing the brain for adulthood. This process then starts to slowly taper off (though it still is active).

This is the reason for all those “child prodigies” who seem to be blessed with “natural talent”. They are “heavily myelinated”.

This is why a lot of the habits we develop in our teenage years tend to stick around (for better or for worse), because the brain is just spewing connections left and right. Again, myelination.

This is why learning new skills and material is difficult and mentally taxing; generally it seems to be “easier” to learn stuff at a younger age.

This is why you feel that you can’t quit doing a counterproductive activity.

This is why most people bring their past into the future and as a result live a repetitive and monotonous existence.

How do we build new brain circuitry? Deliberate practice.

Deliberate practice is the act of consciously focusing on an area of potential improvement and giving it 100% concentration.

Focus is what signals the brain to create new neural pathways and speed up the myelination process.

By focusing on a specific action and repeating it over and over, you are telling your brain that you need it to act in a certain way for certain situations.

The brain will then adapt to that situation and make it easier and easier to perform the next time. Your body will also adapt to the stimulus.

This is why “perfect practice makes perfect”.

This is in contrast to the way many people practice any activity: distracted and half-hearted.

If you want to get better at concentration, you sit down and concentrate for as long as you can on a single subject.

If you want to get better at piano, focus on playing piano intently with no distractions.

A small caveat, though: deliberate practice is not fun. If you’re doing it right, it should feel like a rock is sitting on your head.

You are literally changing the physical makeup of your brain every time you engage in deliberate practice.

Deliberate practice is designed to take you to the very brink of your mental limits and expand them.

Personally, there have been times where I literally wept due to the extension of my mental capacities in a certain area.

This is the performance secret of superstar athletes, top performers at work, and anyone else who has achieved a high degree of skill and/or excellence at something.

How do you start? Pick a task like learning a new skill (coding, playing guitar, socializing with people) and give it 100% concentration. It will feel awkward, it will feel painful at first - but it’s worth it.

After a while, you will see that what was once impossible is now an ordinary thing. It’s like going to the gym. No one presses 315 on their first try.

Once your benchmark is surpassed, you must constantly challenge yourself and keep pushing for the next level if you want to keep performing at a high(er) level.

This is also the way you get rid of addictions too. You practice living without the substance or activity until your brain adapts to life without it. Addictions are hardwired into the brain via the same process of myelination.

It takes time. It takes time for your brain and body to adapt to your “new normal”. This is part of the reason why addicts go through a period of “withdrawal”. It’s the brain’s last ditch effort to not have to create a new pathway.

This is also not easy. If it were, we’d all be free from our vices and living our best lives. But if you look around, you can see that clearly isn’t the case.

Deliberate practice is the best life hack that you can do. Best of all, it compounds.

After 10 years of committing to a lifestyle of deliberate practice, you will be absolutely amazed at what your life will look like.

And trust me, you will never want to go back to your “standard protocol”.

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Jack Cincotta

Aug 8 · 14 upvotes including Sim Campbell

Very interesting answer, and I agree completely! Sounds very similar to the concept of “habit gravity and escape velocity” a concept from Eben Pagan. Wondering if you’ve heard of this concept?

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Sim Campbell

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I have not. Eben Pagan is a smart man so I’m not surprised he’s thought of these ideas.

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Ankur Malhotra

Mon · 2 upvotes

Very thankful to you for this answer. Just want to know what you mean by “Personally, there have been times where I literally wept due to the extension of my mental capacities in a certain area.”

Could you please elaborate, I really wanna know. I know it would be personal to you so I won't mind the high level of abstraction… :-)

Thanks

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What is the one thing you did/started doing in life which changed everything for the better?


Andrew Ferebee, 7-Figure Entrepreneur | High Performance Coach | Podcaster

Answered Tue

There are a number of things that I did or stopped doing that have changed my life for the better.

But the vast majority of them weren’t sexy… They weren’t “cool”

And they weren’t the things you hear most gurus talking about.

But they work…

The following 5 things helped me go from in debt, heartbroken, and living on my brother’s couch to being in the relationship of my dreams, building a 7-figure business and living my best life.

I promise, if you apply them… They’ll help you too.

1. Cold Showers

That’s right…

Cold showers — Subjecting myself to gonad shrinking frigid waters — on a daily basis changed my life forever.

Why?

Simple… Cold showers suck. They REALLY suck. If you’ve ever tried them yourself, then you know what I’m talking about.

But that’s exactly why they work.

Starting your day off by intentionally getting out of your comfort zone and doing something awful (but good for you) is a powerful way to elevate your state and begin your day from a place of power.

You don’t have to go crazy here.

Even something as simple as spending 60 seconds in a cold shower after your normal hot shower is a powerful way to prime your body and mind and help you get out of your comfort zone first thing in the morning.

Try them for 30 days and I promise your mindset and life will begin to change in unexpected ways.

2. Elevating My Social Circle

The biggest transformation I ever experienced in my life was when I started spending the majority of my time with people playing at a higher level than me.

People who are so successful in every area of life that I feel uncomfortable being around them.

When you elevate your social circle, you can’t hide behind your excuses anymore.

The people in your life will call you on your b.s., challenge you to step up to the plate, and teach you invaluable lessons about life and success.

They’ll hold you accountable to your goals and push you to go further than you ever could have on your own.

If you want to change your life then commit — right now — to start spending more time with people playing the game at a higher level than you currently are.

It will change your paradigms about life and success and force you get out of your comfort zone.

And that’s where the real growth happens.

3. Trashing My Porn

Porn is (quite literally) the biggest waste of time in the world.

You’re literally getting off to someone else’s pleasure and wasting your time and energy doing it.

I used to be hooked on porn and would regularly spend more than 90 minutes a day wasting my life in front of a screen.

When I kicked the addiction and got into my LIFE, amazing things started to happen.

My brain had a chance to reset from the crazy stimulus I was feeding it everyday. Life seemed more beautiful. Real sex and intimate connection was more pleasurable and far deeper than it had ever been.

Quitting porn changed my life forever.

If you’re currently a regular porn user (meaning weekly), then I want to challenge you to give it up.

Get out of the fantasy land and into your life.

It will change you forever.

… If you aren’t convinced (I get that this can be a big ask for some people), then check out Your Brain On Porn

I promise, you’ll never look at your collection the same way again.

4. Asking Better Questions

One of the best things I ever did in my life was to improve the quality of the questions I asked myself on a regular basis.

Tony Robbins says that:

The quality of your life is proportional to the quality of the questions you ask yourself on a regular basis.

For the longest time, I asked myself questions like:

Why am I so unhappy?Why isn’t my business working?Why does this suck so much?Why am I so lazy?Why can’t I overcome this obstacle?

And my life reflected the quality of these questions.

Eventually, I started asking myself things like:

How can I leverage my existing assets to solve this problem in 30 days or less?If I was limited to 2 hours of work a day, what would I do? (80/20)What if I already had everything I need to be happy?What tools are at my disposal that will allow me to find the solution to this problem faster?What would I do if I had to achieve my 10 year goals in 6 months?

This is a HUGE topic and it’s incredibly important to your success.

To help you get the ball rolling, I’d recommend checking out Tim Ferriss’s list of 17 questions to test the impossible… It will help you change the way you look at life and the way you approach everyday issues.

As a result… It will help you change your life and overcome your obstacles faster.

5. Giving Myself Permission to Be Happy

This is huge.

For the longest time, I told myself:

I’ll be happy when I hit 6-figures (then it was 7-figures)I’ll be happy when I get into the right relationshipI’ll be happy when my health is betterI’ll be happy when my business is on autopilotI’ll be happy when I achieve xyz

Eventually, after doing all of these things and still finding myself depressed, I realized that I would NEVER be happy if I based my happiness on external influences.

I made the decision to give myself permission to be happy now.

And it changed my life.

You, yes You, have everything you need to be happy right now.

But you’ve convinced yourself that you don’t.

Cut through the b.s. and accept that happiness isn’t something you achieve, it’s something you choose.

You can choose happiness right NOW no matter how hard your life might be.

Choose happiness and your life changes.

Hope this helps

Stay Grounded, 
Andrew

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