Your mind is complex. How it takes in, learns, and remembers information and why it does it that way is fascinatingly complex.
Your mind is built to take in, learn, and remember information a certain way. If you present material in the way your mind “likes,” you will be able to excel beyond your current limits…far beyond.
However, if you present material to your brain in a haphazard and careless way – the way most people do, your mind will struggle and become overwhelmed, causing you stress and frustration.
This is the purpose of MindLily.com – to bring together radical, revolutionary, and cutting-edge tips and techniques to help people enhance their mental abilities and bring a flow of success in their lives.
In truth, I’m just like you: no better, no worse. Though I may have started off worse, a lot worse…
Growing up I had a very unquiet mind. I had trouble focusing, sitting still, and keeping my mind on my thoughts and my thoughts on my mind. My mind and emotions raced and flew all over the place in quick, intense, and uncontrolled succession. This kept me from performing well in school and affected every area of my personal, professional, and academic life. Every area!
Over the past 15 years, I’ve dedicated my life to understanding, exploring, and managing this mayhem. In my quest, I’ve left ‘no stone unturned,’ willing to go anywhere and try anything. This includes working with shamans in jungles of Amazon, experimenting with psychedelic plants in Africa, visiting ashrams in Asia, and everything in between.
This has given me an insight into the mind and human condition that is unparalleled – what’s going on inside and how different drives and mechanisms affect our thoughts, actions, and decisions. My writing, books, and courses are a distillation of what I’ve learned on this incredible journey.
I take on the challenge of enhancing your mental and personal performance by understanding that as humans, we have all these mechanisms and processes going on inside our minds and bodies.
For example, in order to learn something new, your mind needs to connect it to something it already knows.
Also, how smart you think you are is a cue to the brain of how willing it is to help you learn.
By understanding these processes, you can make them work for you, instead of against you.
I have spent decades learning and understanding these mechanisms and processes, so I have a lot of secrets to share.
When I’m not writing or teaching, I am globetrotting, having traveled to nearly 100 countries around the world.
Some of my adventures include diving with hammerhead sharks in the Galapagos, swimming with a whale shark in Honduras, biking the Death Road in Bolivia, hiking the tallest mountain range in Africa, sleeping in the world’s oldest rainforest in Malaysia, and climbing over a dozen active volcanoes.