Oct 302008
 

Perception is everything, I like what Reggie Jackson said, “The greatest manager has a knack for making ballplayers think they are better than they think they are.” Whether you believe you can or you can’t, either way you are right. That is a quote said by many people, but how many more need to say it for you to internalize it?

Do you feel successful? Have you made it? Maybe you haven’t accomplished all of your goals and dreams just yet, but have you accomplished them in your mind? “Fake it till you make it” is a phrase thrown around her e and there and is taken out of context quite often. If you want to be a millionaire I suggest you don’t go out a pretend you have a lot of money in the bank and dig yourself into a hole (which in my opinion is part of the delinquent mortgage situation presently).

In order to “fake it” and actually “make it,” you must visualize and pretend in your mind that you have surpassed all of your aspirations. Actually see yourself doing what you dream about, not visualizing watching yourself, but actually experiencing it. You must look and feel the part of the successful person you see yourself as. Whether you aspire to be a successful business owner, or a great surfer we are all operating under the same universal laws.

Planning, visualization, action, and learning are the four ingredients necessary to accomplish anything you desire. Success is a very simple system, just staying healthy is. What does it take to be fit and healthy? Simple eat less, exercise more!

Just dumb down any processes you have embedded in you conscious mind that may be slowing you down and/or confusing your subconscious. You don’t want to give you subconscious mind a bunch of contradicting commands because then you get nothing. At least nothing you are looking for that is.

Good luck, and I visualize seeing all of you at the top! Take care.

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