It seems the brain blocks your own decision making intelligence, and tends to shut down when you hear an “expert’s” advice. Rather scary research, if you think of the financial gurus who make our decisions in the stock markers and banks.
Check out Dr. Greg Berns’ fascinating finds about the brain shutting down and you’ll see how people stop using their own best judgments – when they begin to rely on experts.
Ask yourself if this brain nuance could be responsible for your lack of financial progress? Then consider an anonymous person’s:
Definition of Expert:
X = the unknown in algebra;
spurt = a drip under pressure.
Perhaps it’s time to toss your own brainpower back into money matters for a new win. What do you think?