Ryan McChesney Tampa, Florida, United States
As we all grew up in our lives, we were taught in school about the brain. We were taught many things about the brain, but we we weren't taught the same that we learned in this chapter.
The brain, as we are taught in this chapter, is both a receiving and broadcasting station of thought. The way we can either broadcast or receive a thought from someone else is that our brain must be harmony with the other person's brain. Many people ask how we can influence others, and the way we can do that is by what Hill tells us in this chapter.
Hill states that the man inside ourselves is more important than the physical self we can see in the mirror. In other words, we are dominated by the things that we cannot see, and that our thoughts, feelings, and brain are important to our success in life. Our brain must be in harmony with others in order for us to broadcast our thoughts to them. That is why relationships are so important, not only in our business, but in life. In order to to broadcast a thought to them, we have to be in harmony or rapport with them.
Ultimately, our relationships in life can either make or break us. So what thoughts are you broadcasting to better, not only yourself, but to the others around you?