There are so many aspects that go into achieving success but mental strength counts the most when it comes to working for your goals. But this mental strength can be increased by training the muscles in your body to grow stronger and more adept. There are certain approaches to strengthen this muscle instead of quick fixes. Over the years, researchers have provided some strategies for learning how to make this process work better for you.
Books can play a great part in strengthening your mental power and creating a better mind-body connection. The following are the few to read and completely understand the aspects of your mental strength.
Author: Kenny Werner
The author of this book has used his own life and experiences to explore the barriers to creativity and the mastery of music. During the entire process, he learned that mastery is available to everyone and has provided detailed ways to achieve greater confidence and proficiency in any endeavor.
Author: W. Timothy Galloway
For overcoming self-doubt, nervousness, and lapses of concentration, this book is a must-read. It helps you to stay motivated and to achieve success. It teaches you how to be fully conscious and concentrate on what you are working at.
Author: Alex Hutchinson
When you experience stress, your brain starts telling you that you are fatigued and need to stop in order to survive. According to Alex, the human brain includes a margin of safety in the survival process. It is an interesting read for people who put themselves out on a regular basis.
Author: Mathew Syed
This book is written by a two-time Olympian Matthew Syed and focuses deeply on the psychology of resilience. It teaches you how to stay focused when you are working hard to achieve your goals. It helps readers to understand how to move forward by slowly and patiently handling the ups and downs in life.
Author: Anders Ericsson
The author Anders Ericsson discusses how mastery can be achieved through practice. He explains that as the skill sets of people improve, they begin seeing things differently and develop sophisticated representations of themselves. Ericsson dives into how to recognize all such patterns.