Everyone talks about reprogramming your mind or brain or whatever part they blame for your lack of success and lackluster life.
When Tiger Wood discovered that his swing that he trained and won with was actually limiting him, he needed to take time out to "reprogram" his body to do the swing differently.
If you try to program the brain while you keep the current programming, you'll be like me... I was in an Israeli supermarket when this French lady came up to me and asked me if I spoke French. Yes, I said. Can you read the English instructions on this box in French for me?
I started to read it in French, I thought, but turned out I read it in Hebrew, or a mix of French and Hebrew: I could not even tell.
The memory of that fiasco stuck in my mind forever: this was 30 plus years ago.
So what do the "reprogram the mind" people do wrong that no one ever gets reprogrammed, and basically we are all screwed if we follow their teachings?
Unless you know what creates your sky high desire number, and your unbridgeable gap between reality and your delusion... you need to learn where it comes from, what feeds it, and what is the feeder's goal.
Your guiding principle should be: If in 30% you don't know who is the sucker in the room, then it's you. You are the sucker.
So how are you made the sucker? And how come you don't know?
The mind, that storage/imaging device that is part of your brain, is really stupid. It really believes everything it hears.
You do "imagine" exercises, and the mind believes that it's there.
Now, what good does that do to you? None, I say... no matter what your "wealth conditioning" expert teaches you.
Almost all bad feelings you have come as a result of your delusional self, your precious "I" is scared of being devalued.
It is as if you were a gold plated coin pretending to be solid gold, and life would be continually threatening you to reveal your fakeness.
I used to be like you. I felt that there was a big gap between my accomplishments and my abilities... and maybe there was.
But most importantly, every little error, every little mistake I made or even just faced!!! jerked me down a hellish path... filling me with dread, and fear, and remorse, and regret, and who even knows words for those horrible feelings.
And mistakes? I made plenty.
I misunderstood, I jumped into conclusion, I tried to do something too fast before I even saw what the heck I was supposed to do... Put my foot in the mouth... lol.
Are you always going for the home run? The big win?
One of the most useful steps in the 67 steps is the step where Tai compares business/life to baseball.
The most important aspect of business is to not lose money. Money lost is the result of mistakes. Mistakes are the results of hasty actions, or actions that try to go from zero to sky high in one fell swoop.
Like a baseball player who tries to hit the ball so hard every time as to be able to have a home run...
Most people I talk to have no skills, no plans, no idea... but when I ask them what they are up to, they talk about the sky-high.
In flu season the only things that can keep you safer are staying away from other people, frequent washing of hands, and being already well... high functioning immune system.
Normally this is a picture of me... but not this time around.
I have a weakened immune system, and I went to my exercise class yesterday.
I could even feel when the bug landed in my nose. I immediately sprayed my throat with my Dr. Schulze throat spray: I don't go anywhere without it. And I skirted a full blown flu... I hope. I spent the rest of the day in bed, shivering and blowing my nose. I also gave myself at least 10 liver cleanses. 1Continue reading "The plot thickens"