Cincinnati, OH – You Become What You Think About
How do you know “what” to do if you don’t know “what” you want?
Our mind is coded like a supercomputer to process the inputs that we give it.
It’s like the adage from my IBM days, “Garbage in, garbage out.”
“George Fuechsel, an early IBM programmer and instructor, is generally given credit for coining the term. Fuechsel is said to have used “garbage in, garbage out” as a concise way of reminding his students that a computer just processes what it is given.”
We make incremental changes to our activities to accomplish what we think about. Your internal compass will point you to what your thoughts direct you to do.
Fill your mind with good and you get it. Fill your mind with bad and you get that too.