Tag: success

Become The Star, Director, And Writer Of Your Future

Your future is in your hands

One of the secrets of success is to not work so hard with your physical body; instead, use your mind to work out the details of how to be the person you want to be. Are you motivated to spend 10 minutes a day envisioning the future you want to create for yourself?

By deliberately mentally rehearsing the experience of success in your mind, you can turn aspirations into realities. See yourself free from the old negative habits that have wasted your time, energy, and money.

Forget willpower for now and imagine yourself with positive behaviors. See yourself handling any challenging situation that normally triggers your old habits and see yourself using new strategies and doing it with ease.

Mental rehearsal

Success experts say your imagination is your own personal workshop of the mind. This is particularly true when you want to program yourself towards new habits of success.

Visualize Yourself as the Person You Want to Be with Mental Rehearsal.

Mental rehearsal is the most powerful way to tap into your creative process and overcome old behavior patterns.

It can be used in all areas of your life, from seeing yourself as a non smoker, seeing yourself as the weight and size you want to be, and even seeing yourself as calm during challenging times.

Mental rehearsal is a tool that can help you reduce the effects of stressful situations. Now you will be more resourceful, reducing the possibility of reverting to your old habits.

All areas in your life can benefit from imagery. It doesn’t matter what level your goals are on: physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual.

Use visualization to improve your abilities

Because the body follows the mind, if you start seeing yourself in a different light, then your body will follow suit — maybe by not craving the things that hurt you, or by motivating you to exercise more.

It’s up to you to experiment. Who knows what miracles you can create in your life by using this powerful tool?

Counselors and therapists who recommend using mental rehearsal say it is the true key to tap your potential. Their research reveals that all of our skills are learned through the image-making process, whether it’s driving a car, reading a book, or changing a habit.

You use your mind to picture the activity before you actually perform it. Think of it like this: Your mind works like a movie projector, screening an endless reel of memories and scenes of situations both real and imagined.

You have the power to direct your movie projector (your mind) to reach your desired goals. Once you imagine something new for yourself, you begin to be flooded with ideas about how to realize that image.

All of this will come about when you have allowed yourself to break through your own worst limitation, what you believe are your capabilities.

 

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Be A Juggernaut Of Goal Achievement

Be a juggernaut

Key to success

Setting goals is one of the most important keys to achieving success. Did you know that less than 3% of people have written goals? Studies have shown that the most successful people are the ones who have specific, written goals.

Setting a goal is not like a New Year’s resolution. That is just a wish. Just wishing and hoping for something isn’t going to make it happen. Setting a goal is having a target to shoot for and a plan to get there.

When planning your goals, choose which categories you would like for your goals. Establish the time frame. They could be lifetime goals, 10 year, 5 year, 1 year, 6 month, 3 month, 1 month or weekly goals.

Also you can have ongoing goals, such as exercising 3 – 5 times a week.Be specific when you write your goals. Don’t just write down “I want to lose weight.” Write “I will weigh 180 pounds by July 2020.

Make sure your goal statement is positive

Don’t say, “I don’t want to be fat.” Say “I will be a healthy 130 pounds by May 2007.The achievement of a worthwhile goal can seem daunting at first. The easiest way to proceed is to break your goal down into smaller steps.

Start with the first step then move onto the next. When making your plans, a good way is to start is from the end part and work your way to the present.

Measure your progress

After you complete a step, check it off. Watching steady progress is a good motivator. A simple example could be if your goal was to be able to do 100 continuous push-ups, you could mark off the milestones of 25, 50, 75, 80, and finally 100!

Don’t be discouraged by setbacks

All successful people experience setbacks, disappointments, and failure along the way. That’s just part of the process. That’s part of learning. Many times these act as course corrections to get you back on target.

Program your mind

There are several success principles used in goal achievement. One is properly programming your mind. You need to review your goal morning and at night before you go to bed.

Have your goal written on a 3 x 5 card so you can review during the day. At night, ask your subconscious mind for solutions to problems, and methods or tools for helping you achieve your goal.

Persistence

Another important principle is that of persistence. No one has enjoyed great achievement without persistence.

It’s hard to beat a person who never gives up

Babe Ruth

Do something everyday towards your goal. A day’s action puts you one step closer to your objective. Doing something everyday creates a momentum that is hard to stop.

When it comes to achieving your goals, you need to think of yourself as a huge, monolithic juggernaut! Moving relentlessly toward your objective. Unstoppable!

 

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Are You Trapped By Old Beliefs?

Let’s take a look at our beliefs

Have you ever wondered what kinds of beliefs you have stored away in your unconscious? Beliefs that silently influence your choices? Take a good look at your life. Take a look to your friends, your loved ones, your job, and even your health.

The life you currently live is a reflection of your beliefs about what you are willing to accept and tolerate. This is the vital difference that separates people who live abundant happy lives from those who don’t.

For instance, people who continue to stay in abusive relationships. People who work at jobs they don’t enjoy. Or people struggle financially, do so as a result of the beliefs they hold.

Yet there are individuals in society who will never ever accept being unjustly treated. They are living just above the poverty line. Working in professions that do not make full use of their gifts.

But there are individuals who stand out in the crowd. The entrepreneurs, pioneers, and leaders who refuse to allow the opinions of others to dictate how they live their lives.

They do this not because they are better or more gifted than everyone else. They do it simply because their beliefs do not allow them to do otherwise.

We should play an active role in the creation of our beliefs

It is important to remember that we all play an active role in the creation of our belief systems. Even if this occurs when we are vulnerable to the influence of others.

Once these beliefs are impressed on our unconscious mind, they become the rule book that controls the direction of our lives.

All your successes and failures, then, are in some way influenced by this unconscious set of rules you have written. Whatever it is you wish to achieve. Whether it be a skill you’re attempting to master.

A subject you wish to learn or an illness you are struggling to overcome. Remember that your success will be determined by a single factor. It is the unconscious beliefs that make up your book of rules.

Much of the struggle you experience in life relates to the inner turmoil you feel when you make a new choice. It usually conflicts with the set of rules you have created about life and simply forgotten.

To end this struggle and become the master of your own destiny. You must therefore master the unconscious beliefs that control you.

 

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Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 3 of 3)

Do not miss out and discover the power of hypnosis. In case you missed it, read the first two articles below:

Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 1 of 3)

Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 2 of 3)

 

Continuation:

 

You can use hypnosis for making changes in just about every area of your life

Utilizing it to heal your body, mind, and spirit. Hypnotists are now finding that its uses are almost endless! I remember watching a television program featuring the UK hypnotist Paul McKenna, called “I Can Change Your Life“.

He hypnotized a man diagnosed with a form of hysterical blindness. The man’s doctors believed a psychological trauma had caused the man’s blindness and that his eyesight should be working perfectly.

After a few sessions with Mr McKenna the man’s sight began to return. He was able to function more productively than before. This is the fascinating bit, before the program finish the production, the man was sent to an eyesight specialist.

They discover that their diagnosis is wrong. In fact there had been substantial damage done to his visual equipment! As far as medical science is concern, this man should not be able to see anything.

But yet, through hypnosis his sight was dramatically improved. Why? Because both the hypnotist and the subject believe that it is possible!

What do you think hypnosis can do for YOU?

Here’s a small example of what hypnosis can be used for. This list could fill a book but I have included these to give you some indication of how you could use it to benefit your life.

Aid In relaxation
Weight Loss
Smoking Cessation
Improve Sleep
Pain Management
Eliminate Fears & Phobias
Alleviate Depression
Reduce Anxiety & Stress
Awaken Your Creativity
Create More Success
Improve Your Self Confidence
Past Life Regression
Improve Your Memory
Improve Your Sports Performance
Better Study Habits
Release Issues From The Past
Healing Of Skin Conditions
Elimination Of Warts
Lucid Dreaming
Remove Addictions
Change Habits

It would appear that the only limitations of hypnosis are those you place on it! Try it you might just like it.

 

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Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 1 of 3)

The Power of Hypnosis

Hypnosis works

There are hundreds of studies shows how the power of hypnosis can use to create amazing changes in your life. From alleviating pain to creating new behaviors. It has worked for millions of people in the past. It continues to work for millions today and it will probably work for you also!

Are you hypnotizable? Is there a possibility that YOU could enter into the deepest states of hypnotic trance? If you are an average person you will most likely think that you can’t be hypnotized.

This is normal. The majority of people feel that if it were possible for them to be hypnotized. In some way, it indicates that they lack any real will-power are naive or of below average intelligence. This could not be further from the truth.

The best hypnotic subjects are actually very intelligent

They have a great deal of concentration and have a highly developed ability to focus. You should also be aware that the hypnotic state is different for each person who enters it. It is a state that can vary from individual to individual.

Some people can enter extremely deep states of trance. Trance where their awareness completely changes. Even their memory of the event is hidden when they awaken. While others find themselves in a state that is equal to complete relaxation.

Most of us fall somewhere in the middle. Wherever you find yourself on the hypnotic trance scale one thing is for certain. Everyone is subject to hypnosis to some degree.

In fact you go into trance states constantly throughout the day

Have you ever been “going through the motions?” Just performing a task without any conscious effort and been thinking of something completely different?

If you travel on the bus or train do you find yourself day-dreaming? Or remembering past events and become engross in your mental image? So engross that you lost track of time or your surroundings?

 

Continue reading:

Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 2 of 3)

Hypnosis Power And Inevitable Success (Part 3 of 3)