So, my first podcast (which will be below the first part of this in terms of finding your fight) was uploaded yesterday. I didn’t have time to attach the blog with it, and I also got a real time text message about a job denying me work and see how I reacted to it. Great experience. Lol
And into “finding your fight.”
Now, Darren Hardy talked about using friction, anger and hate to press up against something you don’t like. I strongly disagree, respectfully. It’s like the people who asked Mother Teresa if she wanted to go to an Anti-_________ rally. She never went, but when she said, “if you make a pro-peace rally, I’ll go.”
The more you press up against something you dislike or get back at someone, you’ll never feel accomplished and you’ll be bringing more of that.
Gary Vee mentioned that he does things to stick it back in other people’s faces. Again, people have a way of doing it, but the antagonists, naysayers, and people that want to see you fail will continue dissecting every detail of you to find something else to complain about. It will be a never-ending whirlwind of critcism you’re redirecting constantly over to yourself because you feel you have to do it to prove someone wrong.
I’m telling you now that they will continue to win. Just remember, No One Ever Kicks A Dead Dog.
Podcast From Yesterday
The compound effect, just like the Law of Attraction, is always working – whether you believe it or not. You can use it for you, or against you. Most successful people in the world have quiet time for meditation, other people say that meditation isn’t for them. It’s all based on preference. However, if you can get to a deeper level of your core, you will find the treasure. I have a particular friend who works at a bank who says she doesn’t know what she loves. Well, try new things! “Well, my mother said I can’t.”
Now’s not the time to be rescue 911. If she doesn’t start now, she’ll look back to now at the age of 70 saying, “I wish I had…..”
Don’t be that person.
Ask yourself: “what goals, dreams and destinations do I desire?”
Honestly, ask yourself that question. If you’re not making progress in life, and shooting aimlessly, it’s because your goals aren’t clearly defined and you just simply don’t have a definite chief-aim in life. How can you learn to effectively to set and achieve goals?
Was Australia on my bucket list back in 2009? No. However, in 2005, it gave me a glimpse of what was to come when I did a convention with a friend involving lots of managers from Australia at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino. That wasn’t a clearly defined goal, but rather an insight.
I always wanted to travel to Japan, Singapore, Bali and Maldives…when I put these onto my dreamboard, it happened. It may not work for you, but it worked for me.
You only see, experience, and get what you look for. If you don’t know what to look for, you certainly won’t get it. By our very nature, we are goal-seeking creatures. Our brain is always trying to align our outer world with what we’re seeing and expecting in our inner world. So, when you instruct your brain to look for the things you want, you will begin to see them. In fact, the object of your desire has probably always existed around you, but your mind and eyes weren’t open to “seeing” it.
In reality, this is how the Law of Attraction really works. It is not the mysterious, esoteric voodoo it sometimes sounds like. It’s far simpler and more practical than that. – Darren Hardy
We are bombarded with visual, audio and physical things everyday. Have you ever been thinking about that person and later get a phone call from them? How about that car you want? You start seeing the car a heck of a lot more, right? Is it realistic? Perhaps. Maybe the cars were there all along and you just weren’t paying attention to it.
When you define your goals, you give your brain something new to look into and focus on. This is why our subconscious mind and feeding your mind with what you want one hour before you retire at night is imperative. If you watch bad news, what shows up in your dreams? If you do work on that project, shop for that house, look for flights to Kazakhstan, and look at YouTube videos of travel in Morocco….your subconscious mind will work on it overnight.
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