3. Repetition as a tool for success.
We will have a guided, intelligent and effective repetition on the right path.
Human beings don’t usually like change, actually resisting it when it appears. It seems that something exists in the mind they would like to maintain us in a routine. This is due to the existence of an area in our brain called amygdala, which is opposed to any change in the daily routine. This behaviour was very useful for our ancestors to survive many years ago, but it has little use in today's world.
How could we overcome this inclination? Daily repetition.
Through repetition, we will invert that brain circuit that prevents us from improving, teaching our brain that change is good. The mind will cease to be our enemy.