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August 25, 2010 | 6 Comments
One the biggest obstacles to achieving the change you seek is that you have a really good idea what you want – BUT you don’t know what to do next. So you do you achieve your goals? It’s all in my video. You’ll love it.
Check it out:
Remember, focus on the feeling… that feeling of feeling awesome about attracting new clients… that feeling of putting in 100% in everything you do, that feeling of being the best you can be, that feeling that everything is going to be ok… Spend about 15 minutes generating those feelings and then ask yourself:
What do I need to do OR where do I need to go? Then take action! Click here to read more…
Here is a video of Bob Proctor explaining Visualization. You can go to the bottom of this post to find the link. I’ve been following Bob since early 2007 after watching him in the movie The Secret. It still amazes me that after following Bob’s teachings for just over 3 years, he still presents the Law of Attraction and Manifesting with a new perspective.
In this video Bob Proctor talks about the importance of visualization and how it works. He also touches on two key points to help you visualize and manifest the life you desire.
Do you know what they are?
I don’t want to give theme away because if I do, you won’t use them. It would be like giving you a $1,000,000 and then telling you to invest it. Most of you wouldn’t know what to do with that kind of money – and a year later all the money would be gone. But if you get what Bob’s saying in this video, you won’t need a Million Dollars. It will come to you as easily as water rolls down a mountain; Besides, I don’t have a million dollars to give just yet :-)
Watch the video here: Bob Proctor Explains Visualization
After watching this video, get involved in my friendly blog contest on Manifestation and Visualization. I want to see who is the first one to come back and answer this specific question:
“What are the two key points that Bob speaks about in this video to help you visualize and manifest the life you desire?”
See answer below: Click here to read more…
If you want to make a change in your life or achieve any goal (like Finding Love, Starting a Business, or Getting a New Job) and doing it faster and easier than ever before then keep reading…
I’ve been playing the personal growth game for about 4 years now and I have been extremely excited about the new insights I’ve gained from my own self discovery.
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To living your dreams,
February 9, 2010 | 92 Comments
I just recently started using a new mouthguard for hockey. This tiny little mouthguard has had a noticeable impact on my strength and balance. In this video clip I share about this tiny mouthguard and a short clip of a strength test I did before and after using the mouthguard.
You can learn more about the Pure Power Mouthguard here: Willow Dental
I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs. Sometimes it’s better to just lay low and take a break from it all so that you can see the stars through the clouds. It’s easy to get so caught up in the “doing” and working harder mentality to the point where you’re feeling overwhelmed.
In today’s video, I’ll share a trick that has helped me eliminate that nasty feeling of being overwhelmed.
P.S. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed lately, you’re not alone. Where is an area in your life where you keep really active and busy to compensate for ‘sloppy thinking’? Click here to read more…
I thought I’d share some of the more popular video blogs I put together in 2009. It’s been just over a year since I introduced video to my blog. Although awkward at first, I started to get more comfortable with the format because I felt like I could be myself.
I thought this list might provide some added inspiration and motivation to help you kick off the new year.
Here are the Top 10 Video Blogs for 2009:
Changing your thoughts (especially the nagging ones) is not as difficult as it sounds. You can do it very quickly when you have the right tools. It’s just a matter of having a willingness to learn something new so that you can change your thoughts.
In this video I’ll show you exactly how to change your thoughts fast using the swish pattern.
This strategy works for me every time and it will work for you too – to make you feel better; and here’s the best part. It’s so simple. You can do it at home, at work, with friends or family – with anyone at all. You could do it with a total stranger!
The video is less than two minutes long and it will help you make bigger and more inspiring pictures.
You know sometimes it’s better to bring your self up instead of worrying about others bringing you down. That way you can bring the best to every situation that life throws at you. Here are 5 Power Questions for the Holidays so you can do exactly that.
Sometimes one of the hardest things to do when aspiring to achieve new goals is to just let them go. I know there have been times when I tried everything I could do to make something happen, except for the easiest thing – to just let it go. And sometimes the easiest things are the most effective.
In this video I’ll share what it means to be attached and how to detach yourself from your desired outcome.
How to Detach Yourself From Your Desired Outcome
Sometimes we don’t recognize fear for what it really is. We give it other disguises and names like self-sabotage, procrastination or just being plain lazy. But if you dig deeper to those dark layers we all have, you realize that your resistance is based in fear.
To overcome your fear you’ve got to start by recognizing fear for what it really is.
#1. Recognize What Fear Is and Is Not
Realize that there is only one moment and that moment is n-o-w. If you really take the time to dissect and look at your fear, you’ll see something completely obvious. Fear is not something that is happening now, it’s something that you’ve predicted to happen in the future. Here’s a quick excerpt I picked up from the definition of fear in Wikipedia:
“Fear always relates to future events, such as worsening of a situation, or continuation of a situation that is unacceptable.”
You could say that fear is how you feel (emotionally) about something that hasn’t even happened yet. Isn’t that interesting? It’s not something that is happening n-o-w, but something you expect to happen. And that expectation builds the feeling of fear.
Now I wouldn’t put all fears in this category. If you’re in the North American Rockies and you run into a grizzly bear, you’d be afraid. I’d be afraid too. You didn’t make up the grizzly bear in your head, it’s sitting right there in front of you.
But back to my point. There is only one of two places your fear can come from: either internal memories or external images in the n-o-w. I’d say 99% of those images are self created, internal images.
#2. Are you proactive or re-active?
The neighbors dog always barks at the mail man. He’s been doing that for the past two years. The problem is that the neighbors dog is a huge German Sheppard so half the neighborhood can hear him.
What’s really interesting is that this German Sheppard is a real big baby. You’d think he was all tough the way he barks behind that fence, but my experience tells me another story.
Just the other day something really interesting happened. I was outside and I heard him barking behind the fence. He couldn’t see me and I couldn’t see him. I’m not quite sure, but I thought maybe he heard me or smelt me and that set off his barking. But still, this dog knows me very well so it was odd to hear him barking at me.
A few minutes later the neighbor let him out and as soon as the German Sheppard saw me – he stopped barking. As I saw him calm down I went up to see him. His eyes were are glazed over like he just saw a ghost. Poor guy, I wonder what sort of pictures he was putting in his head? Something scared the beejeezus out of him – and obviously, it wasn’t me.
But we do the same thing, don’t we?
We think of an unlikely future situation, something that hasn’t even happened yet; and then we play it over and over again in our minds, scaring ourselves silly.
You could just as easily play a funny image over and over again and make yourself laugh hysterically…. but we don’t seem to do that.
#3. You Can Eliminate Fear in Less Than 60 Minutes Click here to read more…
November 4, 2009 | 460 Comments
Have you ever started a new project where you were really excited and the people in your life could sense your enthusiasm?
You were completely inspired and motivated. Things couldn’t be better – you felt like this was what you were meant to be doing.
Then “WHAM-O,” you hit a brick wall. Something you didn’t expect.
Maybe you had an argument with someone special in your life or you just had a bad day, and for some reason that set everything off course.
Then as you thought of ways to get back on track – to get things going again, you heard that little voice in your head say, “Maybe you shouldn’t be doing this. Maybe this is a sign.”
And the more you listened to that little voice, the more you began to believe it – maybe the voice is right!
Know what I mean?
One of the biggest personal challenges I’ve had to face in almost everything I’ve accomplished from becoming a coach, keeping my blog going and even proposing to my wife – has been to effectively wash out that little voice, so that I could do what I thought was right for me.
If there is one obstacle that is a dream killer, it’s that little voice. It can take your big dreams and crush them…. unless you know the right technique to overcome these negative thoughts quickly.
This very powerful technique is something you won’t find anywhere else. It’s something I’ve been using for quite a while with great success. Have a look:
Click here to read more…