Today I’d like to talk about your reflexes and the importance of reaction time. In life there are two factors that decide whether you succeed or not. The first is what you do, and the second is how quickly you do it. Imagine all the times you entered a conversation and couldn’t think of the right thing to say, only to later come across the perfect words for the situation. And what about other situations, if your reaction time is slow and sluggish, you won’t be able to more important and potentially disastrous situations as swiftly as you should be able to. And various sports are important as well.
By introducing our reaction time entrainment therapy into your routine, you are actually changing your brainwave patterns in ways that create new neural pathways in your brain. These neural pathways are the highways on which your thoughts travel. By creating a familiarity in the paths connected to reaction, you are actually introducing a far faster reaction superhighway in your brain. You can just time yourself to find the incredible results after using our program: Reaction Time Isochronic.
Wit is simply finding a clever thing to say delivered with excellent timing. And if your mind is slow at thinking something up you miss the timing aspect of it and your word is less than half as effective as it would have been if delivered on time. But in order to constantly be engaged, you have to actually build these pathways. One requirement is socialization. New situations leave much still to the imagination. It’s only after being in a social situation once or twice that you can really grasp what it means to succeed in it. But how can you be sure you’re ready right from the start?
Sports are about reaction time as well. You’ve probably heard the phrase “get your head in the game” several times. This is actually spot on for how reaction time is slowed if one’s mind is divided into several different areas. Virtually all competitive sports require a fast reaction time. And yet so often players find their minds wandering and are unable to perform properly.
And there are inevitably situations in every day life where we must perform with superior ability. What if you suddenly find yourself walking on the street when it starts to rain? What if a fire starts in your kitchen? Would you immediately start working to put it out, or would you hesitate? The end result could be quite different depending on whether or not you have trained yourself to have a quicker reaction time. And it may be important to react quickly now and stop by Reaction Time Binaural to check it out.
In the future we will be covering the different aspects of your reaction time, and how you can improve them while using our product.
Have a safe and enlightened journey!
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