Motivation has no conscience.
It does not care what you want or what you don’t want; what you need or what you don’t need. It only produces itself in accordance with what you expect – scenarios in which you BELIEVE.
Let’s say you really want to create future prosperity; you really want to raise your income. But how do you believe you will when maybe you never have? Without mastering the art of vision and self-motivation, we tend only to believe those things that we have actually experienced. When we allow only our own past experiences to establish our beliefs, it keeps us stuck in a merry-go-round of mediocrity.
The only way to get off the ride and produce unprecedented results is to establish a belief about your future that has no connection to the past. You have to make it up in alignment with what you want – not in alignment with what you HAVE been achieving. To do this, you must believe in the greatest secret of success.
What is it?
The part of you that is powerful: your spirit, your emotions, and your subconscious mind. This is the part of you that is magic – that cannot tell the difference between a real experience and one that has been vividly imagined. It cannot tell the difference between you imagining you earn an extra $10,000 every month from your part-time business versus you actually earning $10,000 a month. The conscious mind can tell the difference. This is the part of you that chatters away all day with loads of opinions and judgments and naysaying. It is the part that sits in a movie and knows it is all fake, just paid acting.
The conscious mind is fairly worthless as an asset for producing greatness. It leads to playing small. In contrast, the magic of your subconscious is infinite and extraordinary. It’s the part of you that sits in a movie and sheds tears of joy or sadness. It responds however the writers, directors and actors intend for you to respond. It cannot tell the difference between the real and the imagined. So if you really had been earning $10,000 a month from your part-time opportunity, what do you think you would expect to earn next month? How would you feel about the opportunity in store for others, like your prospects? Who would you be willing to approach?
Compare your answers to how you do it all now. If there is a difference, your current vision may be anchored in the present, and if you are only earning $1,000 a month, you will be representing a $1,000-a-month opportunity. That $9,000 difference is huge when it comes to who you see as a prospect and how you present yourself and your opportunity.
Take advantage of the greatest gift and secret. Just make up your own movie of what you expect life to be like. The part of you that will get it done cannot tell the difference, and it will move in accordance.
– Richard –
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