How Bad Do You Want It? Money, Love, Enlightenment, Success?

I love this video. I love it for two reasons:

1. the guy speaking is a good match for what he says, in his energy
2. the answer he comes up is at least in the ballpark (neighborhood) of what the true motivator is.

Watch it, it's a valuable lesson. If your efforts thus far haven't taken you closer to what you want, then your answer may lie in the missing component.

Now, if you haven't gone far in the direction of your wants, it would be a good idea to explore what's in the way, would not you think?

People parrot "wrong beliefs" but what the heck does that mean? The "wrong belief" that is really there isn't a top of the mind phenomenon, and you probably don't know what it is.

On my Brilliance at Will workshops we dig deep, under the top-of-the-mind level to find and neutralize what's in the way. If and when you succeed, you can become unleashed: i.e. finally you'll be able to go fully for what's important to you. You'll have, finally, more energy in your forward actions that in covering your a.s.s., pretending, trying to please, or survive.

Make sure you come soon, I'll stop doing them as soon as I get too busy with the upcoming course...

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Bring paper and pen. No observers. You don't do the work? I'll remove you from the webinar workshop. No exception. That is how I roll... You either want what you want or you are pretending... It's ok, but not on my calls...

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

8 thoughts on “How Bad Do You Want It? Money, Love, Enlightenment, Success?”

  1. wow, this really hit home with me!

    thanks for posting this Sophie…)

    there is much I need to give up…(

  2. Wow! Eric Thomas is a powerful speaker. This is video has a ton of advice packed into 14 minutes. My takeaways:

    You will be successful when:
    1) You want to succeed as much as you want to breathe, and more than you want to sleep or eat.
    2) You are able to sacrifice what you are for what you will become.
    3) When you are willing persist through the pain. Pain is temporary, but if I quit it will last forever.

    Favorite quotes:
    “Don’t cry to quit, cry to succeed.”
    “Being smart ain’t enough. You gotta have heart.”
    “I dare you to fail for a whole year.”
    “Your cell phone is more important than your success.”
    “I am so grateful that the slaves didn’t drop and quit.”
    “This is a soft generation. You quit on everything.”
    “Some of you never did anything for yourself. Your parents did everything for you.”
    “At the end of pain is success.”
    “My greatest asset is I was homeless, so I can’t feel a whole lot of pain.”

    I have already given up things to move forward, but Eric Thomas inspires me to take it a few more notches.

  3. Michael, when you will be willing to give up understanding, quoting, summarizing, pontificating, showing how intellectual you are, then you will be able to get in the neighborhood of success. Not until then.

    You see, it’s easy to give up TV, cell phone, even sleep, but giving up your identity: that is hard.

    But every soul correction is about that. And it is harder for you, because the meaning of circuitry is to let go. And that is your soul correction, so it is the hardest for you.

    I feel for you. How bad do you want it?

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