How to Hack Your Brain to Be Successful
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In today’s episode of Agent’s Influence, Jason Cass interviews Robb Zbierski, Professional Speaker, Instructor and Coach at Freedom Personal Development. Robb teaches us how we can hack our brains to be more successful. The difference between a business continuing and failing is a mindset. Check out Robb’s book “Master your Mind” to learn more about how you can hack your brain.
- Introduction of guest, Robb Zbierski
- Robb is a coach and professional speaker focused on training people’s brains to be successful
- How the brain overemphasizes negativity
- Why our brains don’t understand the difference between activity and productivity
- How you can hack your own brain
- Why it is important to understand your brain waves at different times of your day
- The impact of your thoughts on your subconscious
- Self-awareness is key
- The mindset you carry into your day is what is going to keep you in business
- How do people get coached and what does that look like
3 Key Points:
1. Being successful is a mindset.
2. You can hack your mind to be successful.
3. Shift your perspective and it will shift your day. Self-awareness is key.
– “Mentally available for something amazing to happen me today.” – Robb Zbierski.
– “Our brains have unhelpful default settings.” –Robb Zbierski.
– “It is the little things that stack up.” – Robb Zbierski.
Jason Cass is a thought leader, speaker, agency owner and champion for the independent insurance industry. He is the founder of Agency Intelligence (AI), a place where insurance agents and agency owners can connect, share knowledge and work together to improve their agencies and move the industry forward.
Jason hosts two major insurance podcast series, Agent’s Influence and Agency Intelligence where he talks with those that influence the insurance industry and connects with independent insurance agents all over the country. He is also the author of the Amazon Bestselling book, Customer Service is Just Foreplay, and is working on his second book titled, The Great Separator.