1:-You have a finite amount of willpower each day because to exercise your willpower you need energy in the form of oxygen and glucose. That’s why it’s harder to say ‘no’ when you are tired or not feeling yourself.

2:-A thought is a physical pathway in the brain. The more you have that thought, the more you groove and strengthen that path and the easier it is to have it again and again.

3:-Even if you consider yourself a creative right brained person, your brain will increase blood circulation to the left of your brain side every 90 to 120 minutes, giving you a greater ability during those times to think linearly.

4:-Your brain only weighs about 3lbs, yet the greedy bastard uses between 20% and 25% of your energy supplies each day, so make sure you stay hydrated and eat high quality food.

5:-Speaking of large numbers, there are approximately 1.1 trillion cells and 100 billion neurons in the average human brain.

6:-A piece of brain tissue the size of a grain of sand contains approximately 100,000 neurons and 1 billion synapses.

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  1. Wow that is interesting. I had no idea about the “saying no” effect from being tired, etc. That makes a lot of sense. It also makes me think about how staying inside and being around so few people for the last year has caused me to become very anxious when I have to be around a lot of people. Very interesting post my friend. Have a blessed week and thanks for this. Hugs, Joni

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  2. 💜 The Zone; that Place where YOU!!! THINK!!! YOU!!! CANNOT!!! YET YES YOU CAN!!! “Whether you think you can or you can’t you are right.” ~ Henry Ford, “Any colour you like; as long as it’s black.”


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  3. Based on my studies, there is a separation between mind & brain. The brain needs “oxygen and glucose”, but the mind may not. Therefore, I question (1.) since willpower has more to do with the mind than the brain.

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