1 Plain rice cake
1 Tbs all natural organic peanut butter (nutty)
1 TS Welch’s Natural strawberry spread- all natural
½ Banana (Sliced)
2 Tbs Fresh blue barriers
2 Tbs Whipped cream
Will it stop the cravings for other unhealthy snacks? Hell Yeah!
Will my kids love it too? You bet ya!
I used to eat these tips of desserts right up until a week before a bodybuilding competition.
Let’s think about Trainwashing in this way. The successes and failures we’ve had to date, as well as the successes and failures we can imagine for the future, all stem from our life experiences since childhood. From early childhood we use our five senses in order to judge and guide us through this experience we call our life. We rely on what we see, our sense of sight. We rely on our sense of smell.
Our sense of touch sends signals to our brain about what is hot, cold, or has texture. We absorb this information for later use in life. We rely on our sense of hearing to get messages from other people who tell us how we are to live this life experience. Our sense of taste allows us to eat certain things, which bring us pleasure or make us gag. These are the five senses we are very aware of them because we use them daily.
So we know that our five senses are activated from birth in order to create this experience that we call life. Our five senses guide us on our journey of life until we are old and gray and our senses begin to fail. The human senses allow us to have perceptions of what is good, bad, what we are doing right, and what we are doing wrong during our life experiences.
But these five senses are not always accurate in developing the experiences that will allow for a completely successful life. Furthermore, they may not allow humans to be able to attract and manifest whatever it is that we want in life. These five senses can be tricked into giving false feedback which will completely hinder whether we are able to attract into our lives a life that is completely successful.
In our human experience we also have a sixth sense. The sixth sense is very much a part of our entire life’s experience and may be the most important sense that we have and yet the least utilized. I would go even further to say that our sixth sense is the one that we trust the least but is the most important to develop in order to achieve and attract into our life everything that we wish.
First let’s talk about the five senses and how they apply to the human experience and how it applies to what you can attract into your life or into this experience. Then I will discuss how the very important senses apply to the Trainwashing experience.
Think about everything you experience in life from childhood as if it is a box or room in which information is stored. I say a box or room because our minds are mass storage centers which store and keep all of the data in our lives. The information that you take in to this box or this one room is the information that you will be able to pull from at a later date whether conscious or unconscious.
In the end, this box or room contains your complete life experience and is also the fabric of how you live and think about the value and quality of your life. The information that you put into this box or that is put into this room by others is the information that you are able to pull out to utilize during this life experience. Now obviously we do not choose all of the information that we put into our boxes or our room on our own.
The information that goes into this room when we are children is mostly dictated by our parents or guardian. This information, believe it or not, is the beginning of your brainwashing. Yes, Brainwashing. The information that is put into our mind, into this room, can be positive brainwashing or negative brainwashing. So how does this box or room work for and against us as we strive for better life and human experience?
Let’s say within the contents of this box or room we have at the top one big window.
We also have within this space five separate doors, the last one being a Big Glass Door. We were born with this window and five doors. The window and doors are your five senses and one sense you are less aware at this point in life, your sixth sense. The window at the top is your sight. The first door below the window is your sense of smell. The second door is your sense of touch. The third door is hearing. The fourth is taste. The filth big glass door is your sixth sense.
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Building New Mind Bridges- From Trainwashing: The Secrets of Positive Brain Washing
The process of learning something new helps to stimulate creative growth or creative inspiration. It is very important not to fall into a mindset of being stale or losing your creative inspirations. Moreover learning new tasks is proven to stimulate different parts of your brain. For instance learning an instrument such as the piano or guitar helps to stimulate neural connection growth in the brain which allows for greater creativity in other areas of your life.
This means indirectly if you were to sit down understand and learn to play the piano you would be creating new ways to put together creative win-win business deals. Anything you can do to spawn creative thoughts will increase your success potential. You are probably thinking up to this point there is a lot of work that has to be done in order to become successful. Yes there is some work to do but everything in this book should be thought of as fun, joyful, and creative, not work.
Learning to make small business deals for future wealth from my book Trainwashing: The Secrets of Positive Brain Washing.
Another important tool I can teach you which you will need to learn in this book is to make business deals though written contracts now rather than later on the success journey. You do not have to be a big businessmen, entrepreneur, or high level salesman in order to make a deal. You do not have to have a bank loan, a million bucks, or friends in high places to make a business deal. You do not have to have a college degree, a business degree, a certificate, or a license of a particular kind to make a business deal.
If you have a skill, an idea, or something to barter, whether it is your own time or an item, practice making business deals. The art of making business deals will help you tremendously on your quest for success. At some point you are going to have to make business deals anyway if you are going to be successful. Therefore the deal-making process should be practice before you become successful.
I recommend to the person who is on their journey and looking for success in life, create five deals per year. This means during a one year period of time there should be at least five deals which are contractually binding in your file cabinet or in a notebook somewhere in your possession.
This does not mean every deal you make has to be with someone else. The reason you should work on five deals per year is because I have found that five deals keeps a good amount of positive pressure on your deal creativity. You may end up doing less than five deals in one year but be sure to focus on accomplishing five complete deals.
We can make creative deals which are binding with ourselves. Here’s an example: go online and find a general contractors, specialist or sales contract. You can find these anywhere just by typing contract agreement into an internet search engine. ——
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There is a visual connection between what we see and how we perceive taste. Studies have shown that people’s ability to identify flavors – and consequently their enjoyment of food – is greatly diminished in the absence of visual cues. We have learned to associate certain colors, shapes, and other visual cues with both flavors and judgments of taste. Again, the mind figures prominently here, storing and retrieving these associations based on visual (as well as olfactory) cues. For instance, when you see an ad on television for a juicy cheeseburger with all the fixin’s, along with some perfectly crisp French fries and a cool creamy milkshake, your reaction is likely, “Mmmm!” The image of those foods is correlated with good taste in your mind. You may even feel a hunger or craving for these items simply based on reading these descriptions.
The presentation of food and perceptions of taste also go hand in hand. You are probably familiar with one of the many cooking shows on TV today. The way the chefs prepare and present their dishes on these shows is likely different than how you do so in your own home. When the featured recipe is complete and plated – even if it is composed entirely of vegetables, lean protein, or other “unglamorous” healthy foods – the careful and appealing presentation of the dish is attractive to our eyes, which signals positive associations to the mind. “This looks so good and tasty!” Perhaps its teriyaki salmon with a side of spinach and quinoa – not something that makes your mouth water when you read the words. But presented elegantly, with an herb garnish or drizzle of the marinade, this meal looks delicious and your taste buds are primed to experience it as such. When we recognize these visual associations, we can use them to our advantage.
The Power of Visual Associations
To get a better idea of the power of visual associations, you can do a little experiment right in your own kitchen. Mix up some cake batter according to the usual recipe, then add way too much salt — and I mean something like a half cup (substitute out some sugar to maintain the right consistency). Bake the cake and then frost it once it cools. Place the finished product right in front of you. When your eyes look at the finished product, this beautiful cake, even though you know that there was an extra half cup of salt in the batter, the urge to eat the cake does not go away. The reason these urges to eat the overly salted cake do not go away is because of association. When you’re sitting at the table looking at this cake, you’re associating the cake with good taste.
If you want to take the experiment a little bit further, cut yourself a nice big slice of this beautifully iced cake. Try to eat a slice of cake. You’ll probably throw it into the trash or spit it back out on the plate. But do not throw the rest of the cake away. Leave it sitting on the table and try to forget about it for an hour or two. What happens when you go back in the kitchen again and see the cake? You likely will be tempted to sit down and cut yourself another slice, even though you know and have tasted how awful it is!
TIP: If you want to eat more healthful foods, and enjoy them to create new positive associations, change the way you present meals to yourself. Once you make the conscious decision to change your eating habits, shop for one place setting you really like. It may be elegant, colorful, funky, or plain, so long as it is aesthetically pleasing to you. Buy one (small) plate, a bowl, a glass, and a fork, knife, and spoon. The act of “treating” yourself to something appealing alone sets up positive associations (even in the sometimes resistant subconscious mind). Then, each time you prepare a healthy mean – and only for healthy meals – present it to yourself on your new place setting as if you were a chef displaying it to an audience, complete with garnish or other flourishes if those are appealing to you. Treating your meal this way will create a positive visual that your mind will interpret as good tasting food – and eventually better tasting than the burger and fries served on foil paper out of a grease-stained bag. Again, we are not trying to eliminate fast food entirely at this point, only trying to create new, positive sensorial associations with healthy food. By focusing on presentation, we simultaneously bypass the ego’s rejection of change and appeal to its pleasure centers aesthetically. This is an inexpensive way to start retraining your brain and taste buds toward a healthier style of eating. You don’t have to be a gourmet chef, use fancy ingredients, or have restaurant experience – simply pick a place setting you like and use it only for healthy meals.
Authors Notes: Learn to each healthy in minutes and have your food taste great! Our visual stimulation assists in the actual taste of what we eat. If it looks good 9 times out of 10 it will taste good! This was a quick and healthy Sunday morning meal that some friends and I enjoyed very much! Simply put, eggs, turkey bacon, wheat toast with a strawberry, tomato, chocolate garnish. To read more on food and visual stimulation get my book I’m Core Fit: Success in One Day for the Rest of Your Life! or The Ultimate Fitness Tips: Expert Guide to Fitness by Michaelson Williams.
Last night some friends and I celebrated the release of my new fitness book The Ultimate Fitness Tips. I love to cook and this is what we had for dinner. Filet Mignon, mixed veggies, red wine, and my very own recipe double baked, double sweet sweet potatoes. Filets are fairly simple to prepare and cook so I will only be sharing the receipt for my sweet potatoes. This is a very simple and healthy fast burning carbohydrate recipe. What is a fast burning complex carbohydrate in my opinion? This is a complex carbohydrate that is naturally sweetened with less starchiness such as sweet potatoes, yams, bananas, etc. The body can process these types of carbohydrates faster than regular potatoes, rice, pasta, and bread. Here’s the recipe for my double sweet sweet potatoes. I promise you that you will love this and it will be hard to have leftovers, and that’s okay!
Bake in the over 4 to 6 regular sweet potatoes, 45 minutes to 1 hour or until middle is soft.
Once cooked carefully cut away the skin and place in a mixing bowl.
Add one table spoon of butter or margarine.
1 tablespoon of raw all natural honey
Sea salt, 1 pinch or ¼ teaspoon
¼ cut of skim or 1% milk
2 tablespoons of red wine, not cooking wine
Mash with a fork until most but not all of the lumps are out of the mixture.
Place in a cooking pot or skillet
Top with unsalted almonds and cut strawberries
Cover and place on the grill or back in the oven until the almonds and strawberries begin to sink into the potatoes.
That’s it, it ready to serve to your family and friends.
They will love you and you will look like a professional chef.
MMA and Other Methods of Cross Training
If you consider yourself advanced in your fitness and you want to take your level of fitness up a notch, then cross train your fitness. Cross training in fitness can mean many different things to the athlete, but what it means to everyone is doing something in addition to whatever you’re doing currently. Therefore if you use a virtual platform like I’m CloudFit or still go to a brick and mortar, you want to add something else without over training.
A great way to cross train is to take up swimming a few times a week. Training jujitsu, wrestling or any grappling martial art is an awesome way to build your level of fitness through cross training. The grappling arts can be some of the most difficult cardio and muscular workouts that you can ever perform as cross training.
The grappling arts are outstanding for increasing levels of fitness because they require using the entire body at once. When you are grappling, there is no muscle — including cardiovascular — that gets left out during the training. MMA has become the leading exercise and staple of cross training. Every martial artist who fights in the UFC or in any octagon type of fighting platform cross trains their fitness.
Most of the fighters who fight MMA study three to five different martial arts or styles of fighting at one time. These guys take up swimming, they run, rock climb, bike and any other exercise that pushes them to the absolute limit of their fitness level. The great thing about cross training through MMA-type training is these platforms are also moving to the virtual world.
You don’t have to be a professional fighter in order to build your level of fitness through cross training. There are very simple ways to cross train your fitness safely in your everyday life to build your health and fitness. If you are going out for a couple mile run, to cross train just implement push-ups, jumping jacks, and free squats while you are on your run. When you are cross training you want to have a trilateral fitness regimen.
What this means is you want to be able to work your muscles through weight training while increasing cardiovascular system workouts and generating better balance and core by training your stabilizers muscles. As always, if you are adding cross training into your fitness regimen, start off very slowly and build over time. You are not going to become a superman or superwoman overnight, so make sure that you use precautions and safety first when cross training.
It is very important that you use safety when performing any of the exercises or exercising in any of the locations mentioned within the pages of this book. You want to make sure you exercise caution when implementing new exercise regimens because new workouts and exercises are almost always more difficult. You do not want to injure yourself during the implementation of new cross training workouts. Incurring an injury will set you back a great deal and the fight back from an injury can be a difficult and long unnecessary process when safety could have been used. Getting injured will suck the motivation completely out of you. My point is, if you didn’t get it, Be Safe!
First I want to truly thank the author of The Four Hour Workweek Tim Ferriss for writing this book. In the back of my book Trainwashing is some recommended reading material from some AWESOME authors and I would put Timothy Ferriss in this category. Believe me, when I say that everyone should find The Four Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss and us his book as part of the Trainwashing techniques that I teach in my book Trainwashing: The Secrets of Positive Brain Washing, I mean it! I am the type of person who feels or even intuitively has to have my hands personally in every project that I am working on directly. This is not cohesive for my type of mindset because I am a “idea man” meaning I could write down a new business idea virtually everyday. I am learning from Ferriss that time is important in a different sense. I have to preface by saying I am not a micro manager but a workaholic to the fully degree of the word. I am understand more and more I do not have to do every facet of my work to make sure things are done the way I want them. Sometimes things need to be done right.;) I love to work hard but working hard slows the process of working smart exponentially. Do yourself a favor just as I did and read this book by Tim and us my books Trainwashing principle to help you work smarter not harder. Lets all meet on the sunny beaches of life. I’ll See You There!
PS. I will post more on this topic in the future.
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