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What Do You Think?
Posted on Sept. 30, 2019
Hank Wagner
Category: Personal and Professional Development
In any given day, we could have 50,000-60,000 thoughts running through our mind.  Everything we do is connected to our thoughts, so in turn, perception drives us. What we are tempted to target in life, or the way we respond or react to situations are guided by our inherent thoughts.  The character and content of thought define the way we conduct our lives, which in turn, account for the outcomes of our actions. It is said, “As you think, so you become.”

In Hank Wagner's podcast "What do you think?", he takes a deep-dive into thoughts and the impact they can have on you.  You will come away with  tips on how to process your thoughts and also practices you can use to manage your thinking process.
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In any given day, we could have 50,000-60,000 thoughts running through our mind.  Everything we do is connected to our thoughts, so in turn, perception drives us. What we are tempted to target in life, or the way we respond or react to situations are guided by our inherent thoughts.  The character and content of thought define the way we conduct our lives, which in turn, account for the outcomes of our actions. It is said, “As you think, so you become.”

In Hank Wagner's podcast "What do you think?", he takes a deep-dive into thoughts and the impact they can have on you.  You will come away with  tips on how to process your thoughts and also practices you can use to manage your thinking process.

HANK WAGNER is the founder of Wagner Leadership Training and owns a 650-cow dairy farm in northeastern Wisconsin with his family. A John Maxwell certified speaker, trainer and coach, Hank has authored a book titled “Teachable Moments” and formed Wagner Leadership Training to help individuals, families, organizations and businesses be their best. Learn more about Wagner Leadership at http://becomebetterleaders.com/.

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