This week Jake is talking about creating a new story in your life.
Our brains learn because of a tissue called myelin, which wraps around the nerve fibers that fire when we learn or experience something in our lives. This is what tells us what things we enjoy and what things we don’t like. The process of generating myelin happens repeatedly whenever we experience something and it becomes a part of the habits in our lives.
Myelin comes into play in our fears also. When we tell ourselves that we can’t do something—speak in front of people, go into high places, not go after that dream job—myelin, or The Doubt Man as Jake calls it, wraps around those neurons in our brains. It happens again and again, until we absolutely believe that we can’t ever do those things.
We can’t erase myelin, the only thing we can do is replace it with a new story. Listen in as Jake talks about how to replace your story and the myelin in your brain with a new story and a new you.
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