Whoops… Your Lens Is All Mucked Up. What Gives?
Uh oh… you’re right. Man, is it blurry. Hold on a sec. Oops… sorry, it’s just me fumbling around. Let me… Aw, here we go. That’s better. I had to clean my lens.
What a difference a clean lens makes over that mucked up one I just had.
Anyway, in the last post, I gave you an action item to flush out your limiting beliefs which affects your self image. Getting rid of these is crucial if you are going to be successful with your business. I am very interested to know how it’s working out for you. Send me some comments and let me know.
In the meantime, don’t stop with this process. It is going to take some time and you should continue to work on modeling the attributes you want to see 🙂
You know just as I couldn’t see clearly until I cleaned my lens, the same actually applies to your self image. You can’t live up to your full potential until you clean up all of the muck of your subconscious mind which ultimately affects your self image.
Today, rather than me doing the talking, I’d like you to listen to a short video by Bob Proctor, a well sought after motivational speaker. He’s a great resource for you and I follow his teachings as well.
Watch the video and I’ll be back with some action items for you.
Ok, ready for those action items?
Here’s what I want you to do. I want you to think about the person you want to become. Close your eyes and think about that. Once you’ve done that get a piece of paper and write down what you imagined. You can use “I am” statements. Here’s a few examples…
- I am building a successful online business
- I am generating a six figure income
- I am living life on my own terms
Once you have completed this step, record it on audio. You will have a written version and an audio. Read the written version everyday and listen to the audio as you drift off to sleep. This will help to get it ingrained in your subconscious mind.
Visualize a situation about your business. Think of how much you want to earn and why. Now visualize what you were doing when that happened, how you felt, where you were and how you reacted. Get a very clear picture of this in your mind. Do this over an over until it becomes very clear and you can feel the emotions. What did you hear at the time? What did you see? What did you feel? Now, write this down on paper being very detailed. Everyday, set some quiet time for yourself and read what you wrote down as well as visualize it.
In my next post, we will continue on with bringing that visualization to life!
Until next time…
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December 9, 2014 at 8:49 pm