How to Train Your Brain – Tips from Hay House Author Susan Pearse

Susan Pearse Interview - Simple Life Strategies

I want to let you in on a little secret this week. Did you know that your brain is the most important piece of equipment you have!?

Think of it like your own personal computer. Like most computers, your brain needs a little training and today Hay House author Susan Pearse is going to show you how to train your own brain so you can enjoy more happiness and success in life.

I was lucky enough to interview Susan about her new book (co-written by Martina Sheehan): Wired for Life, which I have to say I cannot wait to get my hands on.

Susan and Martina have studied the brain for over 10 years and have made it their mission to make the science of the mind accessible to everyone.

They dissect why we think, decide & act the way we do and how it all relates back to the brain. So, if you’ve ever wondered why it is that some people are able to do so much with their lives and others struggle just to get by, then tune in for our first ever episode of Simple Life Strategies TV where Susan will reveal all.

Watch the video to find out:

  • About Susan’s incredible story that included a chance meeting with His Holiness the Dalai Lama
  • What the five most common fears triggered by our brain’s threat response system are and what you can do to overcome them
  • Some simple, practical tips to start training your brain today!

Susan Pearse

Watch the interview here.

I’d LOVE to hear if Susan’s five fears resonated with you today and if you have ever experienced these yourself? Go on, leave a comment below and I promise I’ll give you my 2cents worth on the subject.

Be sure to sign up to the new Simple Life Strategies TV channel here.

If this video inspired you, please share it with people who might be looking for a nugget of inspiration today!

Warm wishes

Zoe B

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11 Comments. Leave new

What an interesting read. People forget how important it is to exercise our brain.

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I need to learn how to train my brain! The mind is a VERY powerful thing. This book sounds very interesting and I think I would enjoy learning how to get my brain and thought process on the right track.

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Thanks for sharing! Our brain is a crazy thing and I don’t really think much about trying to “train” it.

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Cassie @ Southeast by Midwest
March 19, 2014 2:43 am

I love things that help you to train your brain and keep it exercised. Your brain is a powerful thing and you have to keep it limber.

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Along time ago I went to a conference that sounds a lot like what she wrote. It was amazing!

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Richard Gere and the Dalai Lami, that does sound like an amazing experience. :) Very cool video interview.

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Terin Garrett
March 19, 2014 7:54 am

I’ve heard that before, that you have to “train your brain!” :)

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A favorite teacher used to say: make friends with your mind… It is the most powerful tool we have.

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Jennifer Bullock {MommyBKnowsBest}
March 19, 2014 11:56 am

Love figuring out how our brains work and why they work that way. Thanks for sharing this info.

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I worry about losing my memory and need to check out this book. My family has a history of dementia; I have to make sure that I take care of what I can. I will be checking this book out.

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Lauren (Lolo)
March 19, 2014 3:24 pm

I need to train my brain to be more positive and to not worry so much.

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