He explained: “In short, the six-inch game refers to the mental game that is going on all the time in the six inches between your temples. If we can get this right, we can create a healthy chemical cascade which could help us to have healthier relationships with our loved ones and everyone else we interact with as we go about our day.”
Jim continued: “It is easy for people to become fixated on worrying about aspects of their lives they have no control over, becoming stuck in old ways of thinking, causing them to be at dis-ease with themselves. This pattern of thinking will over time cause disease. There have been massive breakthroughs in Neuroscience which demonstrate the power of positive thinking and the impact it can have on our health and wellbeing.
“With this in mind, adopting simple healthy habits could help to extend your life expectancy, helping you to feel and think more positively. The challenge for most of us, is that it’s easier not to change. So as much as it’s easy to do, it’s easier not to. We’re creatures of habit, so when anything becomes difficult, we revert back to our old ways, which could be damaging to our health.
“There are certain skills and daily habits that can help break up depression, boost your immune system, better develop your potential, making you happier, more fulfilled, and less stressed, which can in turn extend your life expectancy and ward off some chronic health conditions.”
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