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There are only 3 responses you have any control over: Your thoughts. What were you put on this Earth to do? What is it you want? Be as specific as possible with all aspects of your goals and stipulate how much by when.
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Remember, vague goals produce vague results. Read the list out loud with enthusiasm one goal at a time. Close your eyes and picture each goal as if it were already achieved. Take a few moments to feel what you would feel if you had already achieved each goal.
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Create a goals book and carry your most important goal with you. Use the present tense. State it in the positive. Keep it brief. Make it specific. Include an action word ending with —ing. Include at least one dynamic emotion or feeling word. Make affirmations for yourself, not others. An example of an affirmation following these guidelines: I am joyfully driving my new red Porsche Carrera convertible down the Pacific Coast Highway in Malibu.
Your Homework: Write down 3 affirmations for yourself that affirm you having already achieved 3 of your goals and dreams. Hold yourself accountable. The Power of Visualisation Visualisation — or the act of creating compelling and vivid pictures in your mind — may be the most underutilised success tool you possess.
Visualisation of your goals and desires accomplishes four very important things: It activates your creative subconscious which will start generating creative ideas to achieve your goal. It builds your internal motivation to take the necessary actions to achieve your dreams. Daily Practice Visualisation is really quite simple.
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Movement We are designed to move. More filters. Sort order. Jun 20, Monica rated it it was amazing. An inspiring book that will teach you to think beyond the mundane, every day, status quo. The enemy we call "average" threatens to take away the hopes, dreams, and meaning in our lives. Strive for excellence in everything you do.
If you want something you've never had, you'll have to do something you've never done. Dec 05, Tracy S. I know several people who feel that this book has changed their lives. I'm not certain I can make that claim for myself, but this was the first time I'd heard of the three failure diseases: Procrastonation, Excuse-itis and detail-itis.
I think at some time or another, I was guilty of all three. Now I tend to catch mysef in the midst of them and think "a-ha! Stop that.
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View all 3 comments. Feb 21, David Rosage rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Anyone with dreams. This book changed the way I look at the world, and will remain a powerful reminder of the great things that can be accomplished with the right attitude. View 1 comment. May 13, Anthony Fox rated it it was amazing. The mantra of believe in yourself is the premise of this book. The copy I have read was first published in This is second time I have read this book with many years between the readings. I know the book has been re-published many times since and is available.
The reason I selected this book to write a review is that maybe a newer generation might find it an interesting book to read, and they might not have heard about it before. The book is really a tutorial of how to respond positively to events with mini stories describing how other people have handled both negative and positive events in their lives.
This gives the reader a clear understanding of how to approach similar situations with good advice. Because, if you do not believe in yourself you are more likely will not succeed. I have always believed that to succeed in anything you have to have confidence in yourself. The more confidence you have within you the more other people will believe in you. We fear failure more, partly because of the unknown and what other people might think about us. I have written about this subject because I feel we are all capable of achieving what we want.
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Sometimes we just need to understand that fear is only temporary when we start to take action. When we confront our fear head-on the more likely we will gain confidence in ourselves to tackle similar situations in the future. I am not saying you should not aim high or set your goals high, but sometimes things are not always in our control.
So we have to learn to aim high, but always remember that not everything is going to go our way. My analogy of this would be the climbing of Mount Everest, sometimes events and conditions are against you, but for those who keep trying they often reach the summit of their goal. What we all must accept is that failure is part of success. Those that keep trying will find success, as long as they are prepared to evaluate their performance after each attempt and improve.
We have to learn that success is more subjective and teach ourselves that taking part is a success. This will make us more confident as individuals with the right attitude to be a better person in this world. This book is worth keeping and re-reading. David J. Then do something about it.
Nov 24, Brady Bunte rated it liked it. I have to admit, I have read this book about 8 times. I make it a goal to read this book every six months because of the powerful influences that come from Dr. I read this book initially in and was taken aback by how powerful the thinking process is. As a result of applying the book, I was able to get a better job, attain certifications in my field Computers , buy a house and feel much better about myself.
If you find yourself in need of a change, look no further than this book. I I have to admit, I have read this book about 8 times. I recommend this book for family and friends. Put this book at the top of your must read list!!! Brady Bunte View all 10 comments. May 14, Nancy rated it it was ok. However, as helpful as the book was in the s for millions of people, I don't think I represent its ideal audience. Because, in order to truly glean more than just a few tidbits of advice from this book, I imagine you would have to subscribe to the thinking that "success" and its cousin, "happiness," are defined the way Dr.
Schwartz defines it: having lots and lots of respect, lots of control, and therefore gaining lots of money. I don't.
This narrow concept was further muddled for me by the fact that this book was written 50 years ago-- dragging along its dated jargon What on earth does "blow my stack" mean?? Although I appreciate Dr. Schwartz' desire to keep the "wives" happy as well, as they are apparently all at home doing dishes in every anecdote Schwartz uses View all 5 comments.
May 26, Amit Mishra rated it really liked it.