- The human body is capable of living off of two forms of fuel: glucose and ketones.
- The brain performs better using ketones.
- There are two basic motives for any action: fear and love.
- Externalized challenges reflect a motive of fear.
- Being overwhelmed is a proof of having externalized challenges.
- Complaining (or dreading) is a proof of having externalized challenges.
- Negativity always goes viral, both within a person’s experience and among people.
- Motives of fear lead to the avoidance of growth.
- Fear produces a negative processing bias.
- Fear produces an inward collapsing of attention.
- Fear produces an automatic response when the dreaded trigger occurs.
- Fear begins as an automatic response, an emotion, and ends up becoming a motive as urged actions are repeated.
- Love begins as a deliberate commitment, and later shapes the emotions.
- Right feeling follows right acting.
- Love sees everything as an opportunity.