The Autobahn is a highway in Germany with no speed limit. You can drive as fast as you want…and people do.
Imagine your brain functioning like a Ferrari on the Autobahn.
Imagine the connections in your brain running 2x, 5x, 10x…even a 100x faster than they do now.
You could think faster, remember faster, and function faster.
Everyone else would think you were moving in FAST FORWARD.
Science has proven that you can reach this potential by developing more myelin.
Myelin is what wraps around your brain neurons. It protects them and allows electrical impulses to travel faster and faster and faster (the more myelin there is).
Myelin allows for high speed delivery.
It builds around the connections of the brain that you use the most.
How do you build more myelin?
Repetition. Repetition and focused practice tells your body where to produce more myelin.
Myelin is what allows rock stars to play their guitar at electric speed. It allows athletes to perform superhuman feats.
It’s also what allows me look at and memorize a deck of shuffled deck of playing cards in 30.8 seconds (I just set a new personal best yesterday).
It’s impossible to pick up a brand new skill and perform at world-class levels. When you start anything new, your brain functions as slow as a pushcart on a rocky, dirt road.
When you dedicate your daily life to practice, repetition, feedback, and focus…your myelin builds and allows your brain to function like a Ferrari driving top speed on the Autobahn.
If you want to learn more about myelin, check out “The Talent Code” by Daniel Coyle.
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Great content! Super high-quality! Keep it up! 🙂