Picking ur brains out

“Some succeed because they are destined to, but most succeed because they are determined to.”

    We all have areas in our lives that need improvement, sounds like a huge undertaking in some part. It all starts with making goals and taking that first step, sometimes even that sounds daunting and we need a little bit of inspiration before we can take any steps. The thing is, our minds don’t work the way we often think they do. Therefore, we seek the comfort of encouragement. But often we don’t recognize the value of self-determination, the majority of us, are in the assumption of general theory of motivation and what it’s merit will bring to the table. They argue that we have a fundamental need that is basic to human motivation to engage in actions with a full sense of choice and conviction. 

    According to some people, visualizing your end goal is pretty much all you need to do in order to achieve it. In fact, this is an excellent way to ensure that you never achieve your goal, no matter how many seminars you attend or products you buy in an attempt to find out why you haven’t “made it” yet. That if, we don’t allow that irrational fear that we will not succeed. Of course, fear of failure is often discussed as a reason for procrastination. And another reasons is not taking action that we’re spending our action-taking time convincing our mind that we are already have what we want. the alternative is to focus in the process of reaching goal, rather than the outcome, increase the likelihood that we’re achieve it.

    Although we might all have some fear about the future and alter our function to engage in the tasks ahead of us, it may result on not giving 100% effort through the goal we setup to achieve, that’s the point at which we run out of willpower, because like energy or strength, it’s a finite resource. At the very least, find ways to reduce your resistance, or giving in from negative thoughts and self-doubt. Focus on fundamentals how you started this process in the first place (feelings that are often related to avoidance goals), fear of failure doesn’t predict procrastination. We get on with our goal pursuit. Again, it’s about making the process itself worthwhile, rewarding and enjoyable, and about celebrating milestones towards your goal, not putting off all the happiness for when you eventually achieve it, by paying attention to your process, you give yourself a motivational advantage and you’re much more likely to achieve your goals successfully.

“Follow your heart says, don’t let your brain stop you”
“Praise to those whom are, contribute to your character building”
“Good deeds never go unnoticed”

You not looking getting further from them, you are looking to finish.
If you aren’t sure which way to do something, do it both ways and see which works better.
~ Captain and Company commander, Greg Plitt ~

They serve us, Lets serve them

Is launching a new $100 million campaign to support service members afflicted by invisible wounds of Traumatic Brain injury and Post Traumatic Stress. 

Help us to make it visible,



In 2007, Congress mandated that the Department of Defense (DoD) create a center to advance our nation’s understanding about the invisible wounds from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. This center would be designed to respond not only to the growing needs of those with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and psychological health (PH) conditions, but to serve as a center of excellence that would influence the military health system.

The Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund (IFHF) led the fundraising effort for the NICoE by securing $65 million in private donations and overseeing the construction and equipment of the facility. The 72,000 square foot, two-story facility located on the campus of Naval Support Activity Bethesda, home of the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) and the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences.

The NICoE began seeing patients in October of 2010. With a vision of “hope, healing, discovery and learning,” the NICoE is committed to providing interdisciplinary diagnostic evaluations and treatment of complex TBI and PH conditions in a family-focused, collaborative environment that promotes physical, psychological and spiritual healing. In addition to advanced diagnostics and long-term treatment planning, the NICoE also provides family education and reintegration support to help a service member’s transition back into his or her career, and serves as a research hub by utilizing the most current technical and clinical resources to advance medical science in TBI and PH.