Good drivers are good at multi-tasking, because that is exactly what driving entails. Welcome Better Driving
Looking ahead for potential obstacles and threats, which include looking at road conditions, intersections, road signs, the brake lights and turn indicators of other vehicles, pedestrians, animals. Regularly glancing rear view mirrors and dash gauges including speed, fuel, oil pressure and temperature levels etc. Listening for external sirens and horns, while also listening to the engine torque. Is the vehicle in the correct gear? Are there any sounds from tyres, suspension, brakes or engine that indicate a mechanical problem?
When driving, the good driver is watching road and traffic conditions beyond the vehicles directly in front. Watching for sudden brake lights two or three cars forward. Good drivers never drive when tired and sleepy, they stop.
Good drivers must balance the accelerator (gas), brake and gear according to the road conditions and safety.
You cannot do all that while chatting on the phone and reading SMS text messages, so put the phone in ‘flight-mode’ or turn it off while driving. Never answer the phone while driving. Good drivers only drive when sober, never under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
The best way to become a good driver is to practice, and practice some more. Defensive driving courses are well worth the extra investment too. They teach the driver to assume all other road users, vehicles, motorbikes, cyclists, pedestrians may suddenly do unexpected, unpredictable swerves and stops. They are a potential threat to your safety and life. What is first learnt consciously, in the pre-frontal cortex becomes an unconscious habitual behaviour, so starting with good habits is easier than having to relearn later down the track.
Safe driving starts with the right attitude, followed by skill.
“It’s not the speed that you go,
it was the sudden stop from going
too fast that injures and kills”
– Peter Zapfella.
The Welcome Better Driving MP3 has been written and digitally recorded to reveal to your unconscious mind resources which will, over time, influence positive emotions and self-talk. These in turn create deep unconscious beliefs and habits of behavior so that you can become a better driver with practice.
The Welcome Better Driving subliminal affirmations are simply ‘concealed’ from the conscious analytical mind within masking music and environmental sounds to foil conscious logic. This is because the surface conscious and deep unconscious are currently incongruent and this could potentially ‘filter out’ the messages.
You can download and be listening to Peter Zapfella’s ‘Welcome’ Subliminal Affirmations within a few minutes. You can save them on to your device or transfer them to USB thumb drives, CD’s, ‘the cloud’ and other storage devices for your
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Now you can listen to the Welcome Better Driving subliminals when ready to sleep and let these gentle and encouraging words guide your unconscious mind into the realms of dreams.
If you listen to the Welcome Better Driving MP3 while sleeping, on ‘repeat’ or ‘loop’ your unconscious mind will hear this message around 420 times in the course of a normal 8 hour sleep. The more the Welcome Better Driving messages are repeated over and over, the more they are uncritically accepted by the unconscious. A simple message regularly repeated, will eventually become a new unconscious belief. However, following one-on-one therapy with Peter Zapfella the results can be miraculous.
“Today is the future you created yesterday, and tomorrow you create in your thoughts today. So be inspired by what your unconscious mind thinks … today.” – Peter Zapfella
Subliminal affirmation text;
‘“Throughout the day you constantly visualise yourself driving like a skilled professional.When driving you step into your visualisation and repeat it, in reality. You are focused and motivated about driving more consistently and better than ever before. When driving you are attentive upon the task of driving safely, with consideration of other road users. You are always aware of potential obstacles and threats, because you focus upon driving, free of distractions. You are constantly aware of road conditions including other road users front and rear. You are aware of your own speed, and road worthiness of your own vehicle, including tyres, brakes, suspension and lights. If tired you pull over and do not drive. You turn your phone and other distractions off while driving. You drive free of the influence of alcohol and drugs.You are now more clear in the mind, more relaxed in the body, you are coping better with everything and everybody… more confident… greater self control… the way you feel is becoming better and better… because the burdens has been lifted for ever and ever now that you welcome better driving.”
The Welcome Better driving MP3 was written and recorded by Peter Zapfella to ‘lock-in’ the unconscious shifts following one-on-one therapy to deal with the underlying psychological causes of the problem. He is available almost 24/7 world-wide via Skype. For more information go to www.PeterZapfella.com and www.skypetherapy.pro
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