Breaking the Matrix: How to Recode Your Mind for Success

By Spencer Hulse Spencer Hulse has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
Published on February 18, 2024

In a world brimming with advice on weight loss, wealth accumulation, and mental health management, the question arises: why do so many continue to struggle in these areas? Brandon Epstein, once 60 pounds overweight, $80,000 in debt, and battling chronic anxiety, shares his profound journey from the depths of despair to the pinnacle of success. Brandon delves into the heart of societal programming and the transformative power of belief.

Brandon’s narrative begins with a critical examination of societal norms. He points out, “From the moment we’re born until the age of seven, we’re subjected to societal programming that shapes our beliefs and perceptions.” This programming, deeply embedded in our subconscious, plays a pivotal role in how we perceive success, wealth, and health. 

Highlighting his personal struggles, Brandon recalls, “I was programmed to fail.” His life was a testament to the generational curses that ensnare many, a cycle of beliefs and behaviors passed down through families and communities. These curses manifest as mental blocks, preventing individuals from seeing and acting on the truth, regardless of the abundance of information available.

Through introspection and determination, Brandon embarked on a journey of self-discovery. He questioned the deep-seated beliefs that held him back, stating, “I believed it was impossible to make money doing what I loved.” This belief system led to repeated failures in his entrepreneurial endeavors, culminating in significant debt. However, the realization of his programming was the first step towards liberation.

Brandon’s transformation was profound. He unlocked a world of possibilities by acknowledging his programming and adopting new beliefs. “I believe I can make lots of money doing what I love,” he affirmed, a belief that propelled him out of debt and into the realm of millionaires within a year.

His story is a testament to personal achievement and a call to action for others. Brandon emphasizes the importance of self-assessment in crucial life areas — mental well-being, physical health, career, finances, and relationships. Identifying areas of weakness and confronting the underlying beliefs is vital for growth and success. 

Brandon’s method, shared with high achievers from various fields, from entrepreneurs to professional athletes, underscores a universal truth: we are all susceptible to the limitations imposed by our programming. Yet, therein lies the opportunity for transformation.

In his call to empowerment, Brandon encourages people to challenge their programming and embrace the potential for change. His journey from being programmed to fail to programming himself for success is a powerful blueprint for anyone seeking to rewrite their story.

For those inspired by Brandon’s journey and eager to embark on their path of transformation, his book, “Programmed to Fail,” offers a comprehensive guide. It serves to give hope and as a testament to the power of belief in recoding the mind for success.

By Spencer Hulse Spencer Hulse has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team

Spencer Hulse is the Editorial Director at Grit Daily. He is responsible for overseeing other editors and writers, day-to-day operations, and covering breaking news.

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