Mind power is vastly stronger than will power. Hmm.. but how are they different? Isn’t will power the same as mind power, and if not what is the difference between the power of mind and the power of will?
Research has shown that willpower is depleted throughout the day, as we grow tired, or as we experience “decision fatigue”. The good news is that—like most things in life—you can improve will power over time through regularly exercising the willpower muscle. And like exercise, there are numerous personal development tools you can employ that increase your capacity and abilities.
Strategies and tactics aside, there is another—even simpler way—to accomplish your goals and put both will power and mind power to work for you. It’s not easy, but only at first. Once you establish the habit, it becomes effortless.
Will power is about making a decision.
Mind power is about creating an outcome.
~LeAura Alderson, iCreateDaily.com