Mindstrength 30 Challenge

This thirty day online course is designed to help you sharpen your mental game, regain self-control, and rid yourself of old habits. Try to think of it as a research and design department for your life. A laboratory focused on personal evolution, dedicated to maintaining order instead of correcting disorder. Through self awareness exercises, daily habit tracking, and neuroscience education each participant gets the chance to maintain equilibrium in their lives by better understanding themselves and the “reality” in which they live. Overall, the Mindstrength 30 Challenge is a lifestyle redesign program for anyone who wants to stop living on automatic pilot in order to regain manual control of their lives.

 
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Components of Program

  • Online Self Awareness Exercises

  • Breath Anchoring

  • Interactive Exercises

  • Holistic Living Information

  • Co-Mentoring Design Structure

  • Exposure Desensitization Training

  • Addictive Living Education

  • Neuroscience of Risk Education

  • Mindfulness and Meditation

  • Preventative and Reactive Coping Strategies

 
 
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Micro-Science

The backbone of the Mindstrength 30 Challenge is based on three main schools of thought: Evolutionary Psychology, Social Neuroscience, and Positive Psychology. Together these theoretical foundations lay the ground work for understanding what motivates humans and how to apply that knowledge. Our brains are designed for survival not happiness, so the best we can hope for is to understand the mental machine nature has given us and find loopholes into contentment. Too often people focus on the foreground symptoms in their lives and forget to dig deeper into the background root causes. Therefore, the Mindstrength 30 Challenge peels back the layers and helps you become the best version of yourself.

 

Meditation

People tend to forget that we are human beings, not human “doings.” The Mindstrength 30 Challenge seeks to rebalance your lifestyle to take away some of the gas pedal and add a little more brake. Through meditation and mindfulness exercises, the Mindstrength Project regulates the hamster wheel of thoughts that intrude into our everyday lives. Learning how to redirect our attention while having a conversation with our minds and bodies is paramount. Meditation is the cornerstone that may help improve the quality of your life and bring about peace of mind.

 
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Motion

Life is just plain better when your moving. Learning is essential for change but when you combine new information with active engagement its like giving your memory steroids. The body needs movement to create new brain cells, through neurogenesis, but if those new cells don’t attach to new information they die. Getting your heart rate up and teaching your body how to break old patterns, delay gratification, and cope with stress is the bedrock of what it takes to have Mindstrength. Too often we focus on what is going wrong in our lives without giving much attention to possible solutions.

 

Ready to Get Started:

Step #1: Find a supportive family member or friend to partner with for this 30 day challenge or just do it by yourself.

Step #2: Print out the MSP 30 scorecard to keep track of your personal progress and goals.

Step #3: Daily email reminders of what is in store for that day are really helpful to keep on track. So email ryanburke11@yahoo.com to sign up for the course and get daily stoke sent your way

Step #4: Well I guess its time to start already!!!!

What to Expect:

Its time to start keeping score. Accountability is the name of the game and someone needs to be watching, even if that person is you. Yesterday is too late and tomorrow hasn’t happened yet. Time to get down to the nitty gritty and get down to business. Your future self will thank you . You won’t regret it, just do the thing. Get down your hands and get dirty.

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MSP SCORECARD

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