Strategies for Improving Memory; The Power of Intentional Thinking with Dr. Hank Seitz

150 150 Dr Rozina Lakhani

Are you having a hard time improving your memory and boosting your brainpower because you are in a disorganized state of mind?

Oftentimes, our ability to remember things is directly correlated with the quality of our thoughts. When we are in a negative state of mind, our ability to focus decreases, therefore, affecting our memory.

Would you like to learn practical tips for improving the quality of your thoughts so you can have a sharper and healthier mind?

In this program, our guest, Dr. Hank Seitz explains how being in the best mental state can improve your ability to store, organize, and access information in your brain.

Dr. Hank is a Mental Scientist and has helped Fortune 100 Companies around the world, and thousands of individuals be, do and have more through the gift of our mind power and love. He is the author of 15 best-selling and Quilly Award winning books including “The Happiest Man In The World!”, “Think, Feel, and Grow Rich!” and “Your Royal Path To Riches!” He specializes in helping others enjoy better health, happiness, and independent wealth.

Check out this video so you can discover the power of intentional thinking in improving memory.

In this interview, you will learn:

00:00 min – Introduction

02:37 min – How to use the power of the mind to change your life (Dr. Hank’s story)

04:37 min – 3 steps in creating our experiences/memories

08:29 min – How our thoughts shape our reality

15:12 min – A technique for increasing your memory (intentional thinking)

23:18 min – FREE resource from Dr. Hank: Joy Shop

24:01 min – To connect with Dr. Hank, you may email him at [email protected]

24:28 min – Special of the Day: What is Integrative Psychiatry?

To get your FREE resource (Joy Shop), SIGN UP at https://bit.ly/HHMGSU

So let me share some of my favorite lines from this interview:

“Before doing anything, let’s say, you’re studying for a test, say: ‘I want all of these ideas, these thoughts, this learning, this knowledge that I’m getting to be deposited into my memory bank.’ ”
-Dr. Hank

“If you don’t like something, say it one time. And if you really like something, say it five times so you increase your positivity rather than the negativity.”
– Dr. Rozina

“When we are in the best mental state of mind, our ability to focus and to remember things improve. Because memory is not just remembering what happened. It’s a three-step process: what you observe gets stored in your brain-computer, and then you store it in an organized way so that when you need it, you can go to that file and pick it up. But when you are all this disorganized and your thoughts are all over and you are so negative, then what you’re observing does not sink in and it does not get stored in the right place, so when you’re trying to look for it, you can’t find it.”

– Dr. Rozina

How about you? What was your biggest takeaway from this interview and is there a question you would like me to address in the next session? Let me know by submitting your feedback here: http://bit.ly/HHMForm

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Remember, positive thoughts put you in a healthy state of mind. If you want to be able to focus and remember your goals, you need to think positive thoughts.

So before you do any task today, choose to think intentionally. Welcome the ideas, be mindful of your task, and most importantly, enjoy the experience.

Dedicated to your health and happiness, 

Dr. Rozina

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