Use These Simple Exercises to Train Your Brain to Focus on Your Goals

Start by looking backward at some of your proudest accomplishments.

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner Peter Voogd outlines some of the activities he uses to get his mind back to his goals.

The first activity Voogd uses is looking at his past accomplishments to see which he take the most pride in. Another activity is looking at what he is grateful for -- Voogd says that if he can't find anything to be grateful for, this may be a sign he is too focused on himself. 

When you wake up, you should have five distinct things that you are excited about. If you don't, this may be a sign that you are stuck in a routine.

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