Our brains are powerful machines that process immense amounts of information
Beyond just the simple optics when viewing objects and ideas
Triggers can be seen as external influences which directly precede a response from us - this could come in form of an action, emotion or habit; exposing how our history with particular stimuli drives a re-firing within our minds to prime any reaction we might have towards it.
Our daily life is filled with a variety of cues that prompt us to take action. Whether it be positive, negative or neutral in nature depends solely on the way we perceive such triggers and how skillfully we use them for our own progress. By recognizing these signals, you can develop an effective strategy to lead yourself towards success.
By placing yourself in creative environments, you encourage your own idea generation. Surrounding yourself with books, pictures and quotes are just a few simple ways to spark inspiration - but keep an eye out for the hidden triggers that make products appealing too.
Have you ever felt the urge to buy something unexpected? Chances are, it was triggered by an ad trying to manipulate your decisions.