‘I want to share with you and talk with you a little bit about why your limiting beliefs are so destructive.
Let’s first talk about beliefs then we’ll talk about limiting beliefs. Beliefs are like the lens by which you see and experience the world. So your lenses and my lenses may not be the same. You must understand that your beliefs are simply made up of neural networks and patterns in your brain and they are simply old.
Memories are learned behaviors that are stored in the midbrain and they cause you to take action automatically and to see the world automatically without thinking.
Now all beliefs are limited when it comes to new ideas and new goals you are taking action to overcome the old limiting beliefs that are based on our past experiences: teachers, parents, brothers, sisters, siblings.
What you want to do is, you want to increase your imagination, one of your higher faculties of mind and your creativity cells in your brain. That happens in your frontal lobes. What you want to do is you want to brainstorm! What that really means to daydream or think outside of what you’ve ever achieved.
As you think outside of your proverbial box and observe your creativity you use your instinct and your intuition. You let your higher cortical functions guide you, and this is the part of your brain, called the insular and anterior cingulate.
What happens when you start to imagine and be creative and look outside your box. You are basically setting aside your limiting beliefs and opening up your creativity and imagination – and this is where your brain starts to change – and this is where transformation and even enlightenment occurs. It happens when you deliberately and consciously focus on a bigger idea, bigger vision, bigger things that you can do and be.
Then you can choose the new beliefs that you want to create deliberately and consciously so that you develop the right, neural pathways and beliefs to help you achieve the perceptive and behavioral activities that will help you achieve your goals and dreams.
So imagine, be creative, be aware and start achieving every one of your goals and dreams.’
Align The Conscious With Subconscious Brains. Start Living The Life Of Your Dreams
Let’s start with the assumption that we have not one but two brains. I will explain.
How your two brains are keeping you stuck? To that question most people think – how is it that this three-pound gray matter can keep you stuck when it’s so brilliant and it’s got genius capabilities? We have to add that had same Albert Einstein brain same as yours but with genius capabilities, Leonardo da Vinci and Tesla had same brain as yours with different skills of course, so all right let’s see.
So, why two brains and how are your two brains keeping you stuck? Anybody have any idea how your two brains would keep you stuck? Everybody thinks we have one brain. In his book John Assaraf calls this second brain, the Gorilla brain. Let’s say that he has the most advanced training of that second brain, which he calls innersizing.
What I’m referring to is that our physical material brain has two parts nested in our scull: a conscious part of our brain that’s responsible for certain things and then we also have a subconscious part of our brain.
This 3 -pound gorilla that prevents you from achieving your goals is the subconscious part. When we consciously want to achieve we don’t always succeed. Let’s look at the situation. We know that the two part are connected. Both hemispheres are involved, left brain dominant or right brain dominant, we use all of our brain every 24 hours so you don’t use only 5 or 10% of your brain.
The possibilities are endless alright, but when you’re talking about the gorilla or the subconscious brain, what we know is that the gorilla gets what the gorilla wants. Ask yourself a question now – do I really know how to get my subconscious mind aligned with my conscious desires and goals?
The left prefrontal cortex for example is the seat of you know awareness and it’s the seat of decision-making. iI’s a seat of choosing what we want. This part of the brain we call the left prefrontal cortex and it’s what John Assaraf calls the Einstein part of the brain. It can figure things out.
The right prefrontal cortex is the pessimist or what John Assaraf refers to as the Frankenstein part of the brain that moves into the memory system. It brings forth anything that may get you into trouble and it may be painful, anything that might hurt you. So there’s these things going on in your brain.
Think of your brain as an orchestra: some of your brain is responsible to play certain pieces and other parts of your brain are there to protect you when those pieces oppose each other or are not in alignment. Then you have chaos or dissonance, right?
What is your subconscious mind supposed to do:
it’s there to protect you and keep you safe
safe from what – there are certain things that are very safe but your subconscious mind may see it as a threat so looks for danger
the reptilian instinctual part of the brain is scanning
it’s connecting it to the memory bank to see if there’s anything at a cellular level or at a at a neurological level that represents a potential or real danger
not the truth but a potential and that’s actually what’s connected to the amygdala on the inside obviously of the skull right above the ears that releases that neuro chemicals of stress just in case something might hurt you so it keeps you alive
It keeps you alive so it’s responsible for quite a lot, for example:
– your heartbeat for digestion – for your autonomic nervous system
– it’s responsible to make sure that as ten million cells die off ten million new ones are created
– it’s responsible for your immune system
– its responsible for your digestive system.
– the endocrine system
– the nervous system etc
There are nine different systems in the body. For us to live normally we need all of them functioning well.
It’s responsible to make sure all that what happens while you are doing what you need to do every day is happening while all systems function alright.
Experiences from the past influence your second brain, the conscious brain.
Remember we are talking about you having two brains not one, This is where the past comes in.
***1) I want you to imagine this scenario: let’s say that when you were eight or nine years old. You’re in school and the teacher asked a question and you raised your hand. He says please, stand up. When you stood up and you were really excited as you’re gonna get to share giving your answer, you shared but the answer was wrong. The teacher said: Sorry, Melinda, that’s the wrong answer. Then your friends went: hahahaha. you got the wrong answer, you’re such an idiot, you’re so stupid, don’t you know that answer ..it’s so easy..
I want you to understand what just happened from a brain perspective : Initially you were excited so dopamine was probably released. You want to get up and share with your class because you thought you knew the answer. Then the teacher picked you so there was a bonding between you and the teacher and oxytocin was released as well. So far good. Then the very next second or two you shared the wrong answer and then you were ridiculed, embarrassed and shamed by your classmates. Guess what happened in the brain – that memory formulated a neural pattern ten thousand times faster okay than when you did something pleasurable. It connected with bad emotion – with fear of being shamed and ridiculed, right?
So, let’s say for the next 20 years of your life you never really felt comfortable to speak in public unless you were 100% certain. Even then, there was this little fear of a possibility that you might get embarrassed or ashamed, or ridiculed again.
Now, let’s imagine you have a job and let’s say you know you have an opportunity to speak in front of a board of important people, or you have to speak in front of your team members.. guess what happens at the subconscious level even though consciously you want to do this.. You know now, right?
If the pattern at the subconscious level fires up the old memory beneath your level of awareness (at the subconscious level it is wired there ) , you are going to put the brakes on taking action. The subconscious mind is running 95 – 98 percent of your life, your thoughts, your emotions, your feelings and your behaviors. When you have a conscious goal I want to do this, I want to achieve that, I want to let go of this, guess what happens ..same response.
Your conscious brain can use your deductive reasoning to choose what you want but if at the subconscious level the patterns are wired from childhood all the way through your life today to negative experience, you will put your foot on the brake and not take action.
When there is any any chance that you might be embarrassed, ashamed, ridiculed, judged, you fear of failure, fear of success ,fear of disappointing yourself or another person again, that subconscious brain will make you put your foot on the brake and not take action and not move forward.
These subconscious patterns are driving our behaviors more than our conscious efforts. When we’re dealing with the gorilla in the brain, a metaphorical way to look at it, you have to understand that the gorilla is going to get whatever the gorilla is wired to get. The gorilla does not care about what you consciously want. It focuses on the patterns that are gonna keep it safe. What is safe in this case? It just means your comfort zone.
*** 2) Now, let’s say you’re miserable, let’s say you’re broke, let’s say you’re overweight, let’s say you’re in a relationship that you you don’t like, let’s say you’re in a job you don’t love but it is safe to the subconscious mind, the gorilla. Why – because it knows the pain. It’s already dealing with it, knows the discomfort, it knows the price it’s paying already.
Getting out of that comfort zone – leaving the job that you’re not happy, leaving a relationship in which you’re not in love, trying to earn better income, getting out of debt (you could be in debt and comfortable, you could be in a relationship you hate and comfortable, you can be in a job that you don’t love and comfortable) is not seen as safe by the subconscious mind. The gorilla is gonna keep you in your comfort zone.
So, you have two brains not one. And another very important idea is a key to resolving the problem with the constant battle between the two brains.
You have a brain – you’re Not your brain.
The whole idea with inner size is to create a pathway for you to be able to say, okay – here’s how my brain works. Just as I explained it today and here’s what I could do about it to move out of a state of chaos and dissonance and into a state of coherence and alignment, ok, does that make sense?
I will help you get alignment in your brain. Let’s reiterate:
When you are afraid of public speaking you’re actually not afraid of that – you are afraid of being embarrassed, ashamed, ridiculed or judged right?
Nobody is afraid of public speaking, we’re afraid of of the things I just mentioned and those are automatic triggers in your brain that are keeping you safe.
One thing I want you to understand – your brain is gonna be your biggest ally in your life because it’s the most powerful known organism in the universe but we haven’t been given the users manual. Through studying and experience carried out by many neuro brain experts, a practical system was developed. The best one in the world is the innersizing system created with John Assaraf being the mind behind it.
The cutting-edge techniques allow you to master your fullest potential. When you understand what’s going on and you understand how your brain works, you are going to be able to utilize your brain better.
John Assaraf’s vision is to help millions of people recognize what is holding them back – whether it’s their fears, their limiting beliefs, their self-image, their old stories, excuses, traumas they’ve had from the past.
His, and now my, goal is to help them unlock their brains’ hidden power, but more importantly to overcome any of the things that are limiting people and holding them back right now. So first you have to understand the work of the brain, then learn by practice how to manage to create synchronicity and do that using the tools to do it.
***2) Again, an example: I want to Lose 20 pounds weight. What happens – if at the subconscious level, let’s say for weight loss. You tried to lose weight before, and maybe you have, but then you’ve gained it back . What if you’ve done that three or four times -it is that pattern, ok, the memory, the pattern locked in the subconscious mind of all those experiences. This pattern brings back the memory of all that happened before:
First we use the conscious brain, then the unconscious one steps in and reminds us of the past.
You set the goal, using the left prefrontal cortex of your brain your imagination. You were excited. You made progress. Then, right after you set the goal and you’re excited because you’re you’re making some progress, your brain says – hey last time you did this you gained all the weight back! Why even try?! Last time you did this and your friends saw that you did this and then you gained all the weight back. You were embarrassed, you were a little bit ashamed of yourself last time. And, you did this three or four times but you always gained all the weight back. You disappointed yourself and your significant other. They said – you look really great and then you gained all the weight back so you disappointed them and yourself. That pattern is there right?
How does the chaos or incoherence happen in the brain?
So if you think about your imagination and your choice, to set a goal is one pattern that you formulate. But if underneath there’s a subconscious pattern of embarrassment ,shame, failure, guilt, disappointment etc, and if that pattern is also there, then you have two opposing patterns. A big chaos is created. Do you want to live through that again?
You have one pattern that says – let’s go and do this, but you have another pattern and it says – but last time you did this you failed, or you’ve seen your sister or brother, or mother, or father, or friend do this, and guess what, they gained all the weight back anyway, so why even try?!
The subconscious brain says to you: I’m gonna keep you safe in your comfort zone. I’m going to conserve your energy and that way I’m gonna save you some time and money. Does that make sense? That is called cognitive dissonance. There is another way of saying it, that’s called chaos in the brain. So as a result we do the things that are comfortable doing.
So, how do we create coherence between the subconscious and the conscious brain so there is coherence instead of chaos?
***3) Let’s say you have a car which I imagine most people have. Imagine you’re driving your car and a light comes on the dashboard. It’s like, oh, I wonder what that light is.. and you look a little bit closer and it says you’re low on oil in the engine. Now you’re aware of that and the light stays on and then two seconds later another light comes on. What’s going on? – you are thinking. The rear tire is low on air. A bit of fear sneaks in. A negative emotion is stirred in your mind, right?
Emotions triggered by subconscious brain
Wow, what the hell is going on? – you keep driving say to the next gas station. ‘I’m going to stop and I’ll fill up the air and I’ll put on some oil in the in the engine so that everything is ok’ – goes in your mind.
Why am I using that example when we have an emotion? Pay close attention. You have emotions, but you are not your emotions. Emotions are different from feelings. Emotions happen as an automatic subconscious trigger ,when your brain is evaluating something you want to do, or something that you are doing, against the memory that’s in there. That’s causing this old emotion of how you felt, or what you did, or what you were thinking, or what you were experiencing, at the time that the memory was created.
So all emotions are processed at the subconscious level and whatever pattern is associated with that behavior that you’re doing right now or the incoming stimuli from the outside world is activated. The situation now is going to trigger this emotion which then sends a neuro chemical release that you feel as guilt. It has the thought patterns of guilt or the emotions of being embarrassed.
What are the feelings
The feeling is the conscious awareness of ‘the cocktail’ of neuro chemicals that have been released, but the emotion is subconscious. So is it possible to recalibrate neurological pattern in the brain. It is possible to change a pattern. It is nothing more than neurons that have been connected in a certain old way, and we have to learn to connect them in a new positive way.
How to interrupt a negative pattern from the past
You can interrupt a pattern from the past. It’s possible as any pattern that exists in the brain is nothing more than a group of neurons, brain cells that in many cases have 10,000 connections. You can formulate this connectedness between the neurons so you can interrupt a pattern just like you can interrupt and create a new habit. You can interrupt an emotional pattern, a behavioral pattern, a feeling pattern and you can interrupt it using a variety of methodologies.
You can take a pattern and you can visualize it getting smaller. You can accentuate it with colors, with animal images, with visualization, with meditation, with mindfulness, with affirmations, with subliminal programming.
You can interrupt patterns and even more important than that, based on the latest research on neuro plasticity you can create a new pattern that will become the new default pattern. That is how you interrupt a pattern.
So if you take any event that’s occurred in the past, if you just merely think of that event that’s occurred in the past, chances are, you’re firing off the neural network of that pattern, right?
*** 4) So you could take the idea of eating your favorite dessert. What do you think is happening in your brain when you pretend you’re eating that favorite dessert yours? Your mouth starts to water and you start to feel- oh that’s such a great dessert ! That’s neurons in your brain firing in the neuro chemistry that is associated with that memory.
Let’s say that you have a disempowering pattern of being embarrassed or ashamed or ridiculed, but instead of just thinking about the pattern, or as soon as you think about the pattern and it has a disempowering or negative emotion. That means that the stress center in the brain has been activated, that means that your heartbeats are gonna go up. That means that your sweat glands are going to be activated. That means you’re going to breathe a little bit less deeply, it’ll be more shallowly. The fear or stress response gets activated.
How to stop the negative pattern: a/ Become Aware Of It What if, instead of allowing that to continue, you just stopped and you had this intention: I’m going to dissolve the the strength of this pattern! How do you do that?! Well, first and foremost, you stop. You become aware. So you want to move away from your stress and you activate a system that will make you relax.
b/Go into quiet relaxed state thanks to deep breathing and innersizing We all have parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems okay that are triggered within the body so what happens when you sit quietly and you take six deep breaths in through your nose and out through your mouth like you’re blowing out through a straw. When you do it six times in 10 second – rhythmic breaths and you focus on the air, that you’re blowing out through your mouth, like you’re blowing out through a straw, that simple inner size calms the circuits. It actually deactivates the stress, fear, embarrassment, shame ,guilt circuits
in a quiet relaxed state that same memory does not have the same power
if you don’t do it in that relaxed state of mind, you need to do it more times for longer periods.
If you do it in a in a tense stressful state you have to actually reinforce that pattern versus thinking about bringing up that old memory. Doing this repetitively ten times 20 times, 30 times ,40 times until the neurons really don’t fire at that strength level will bring you back to seeing the memory in a less powerful way.
Innersizing in a relaxed calm state which allows you to become aware of what you are thinking, what you are feeling. You want to be aware of thoughts, emotions, feeling, sensations without judgment, without playing, without shame, without guilt. It can become just pure awareness as you continue to breathe.
***c) Then I would think of what my intention is and set it – to release this guilt, my intention is to release the shame, my intention is to release this feeling of embarrassment, my intention is to …. then the next comes action!
What’s one action step I can take right now towards my intention? One action step!
Remember we’re looking to interrupt the old pattern! We’re looking to be aware of it and set a new intention. I would be taking one action to let go of the old pattern and so I could do one affirmation right now that says – I am choosing right now to release my embarrassment from the past when I was 12 years old (example only) and I’m gonna take one action to prove to myself that I can do this today.
When you take six deep breaths first and then you do an inner sizing, you dissipate the strength and power of the old memory. That old neural circuit, that’s been running for 10 20 30 40 50 years 60 years in some cases or more, is seen by you in a clam manner now. You are in control of it versus it being in control of you.
Now you’re working with your conscious brain to be aware in a calm relaxed alpha brainwaves state, which will get you to access your subconscious brain. Then you can introduce and direct the new pattern that you want to create. When you do that I guess what happens is, you start to create coherence in the brain. You start being more in control of what you are doing and what you’re experiencing, rather than being in an automatic pilot state.
That is some of what inner sizing will do for you if you start reading and following John Assaraf.
We’re talking about inner size- the new size. Don’t lock your brain’s hidden power.
The Inner sizing will help you retrain your brain and use your brain, the way it was meant to be used.
Choose mindfully to check out how John Assaraf is helping thousands every day. It is not enough to listen and read only. In order to form a new pattern, we need to do some work on the old one. Imagine how long have you been living and building the old patterns, which are only stopping you from taking actions today. They are holding you back.
Well, you will be helped over a period of time to create that new healthy pattern and reinforce it, to make it a defalt pattern. According to the experts, at least 90 days regular 15-30 mins a day is necessary to do that. It takes practice, just like exercise takes practice, so does the inner sizing.
New York Times bestselling author, John Assaraf, has coached thousands to be in control of their mind. People testify daily how they let go of what’s not working, how they let go of self-limiting beliefs. Most of them never realized they had numerous fears that were holding them back. Many had self-esteem issues that held them back from achieving their goals and dreams. They managed to let go of the stories they were telling themselves.
You can live the life you were meant to live. I know that you can do it and there’s mental and emotional blocks that every one of us has developed mostly from childhood when the subconscious brain was being developed. All of you have beliefs and habits or even perceptions from when you were very young. We all develop them in childhood. Just remember that you could change those who keep you stuck.
Remember you can develop more helpful patterns. The empowering technics help you let go of the old useless patterns that don’t serve you and allow you to create the ones that can serve you awesomely. It has taken years to develop the technics and create a practical efficient model used today by thousands happy men and women in the world, including myself.
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Neuroscience researchers like Persinger found evidence that this sense of meaningfulness is a “felt presence” that involves nonverbal experiences “that are the right hemispheric equivalents of the sense of self.” In other words, you can’t logically THINK your way into creating a meaningful life; instead you have to tap into your intuition.
Mindfulness meditation will take you there, but I suggest you try the following temporal-lobe exercise:
Put on some mellow music and then breathe deeply, relax, and yawn for 3 minutes. Let go of your everyday thinking and consciousness. Then, using your intuition, think about the people, books, events, and experiences that have had the greatest impact on your life. Write them down but make sure you include events from each decade of your life. Then mindfully gaze at your list. There is a pattern there that will give you direct clues to what you find most meaningful in your life. Ask your intuitive imagination what it “sees” and savor any insights that come to mind. Seek more experiences like the ones that deeply touched your life in the past…these are the activities that give your life greater purpose and deeper satisfaction.
Mark Robert Waldman’s post here. He claims that we should “Yawn for Less Stress, More Alertness and Less Anxiety”
THE LONGER YOU YAWN, THE BIGGER YOUR BRAIN MAY GET AND THE BETTER YOUR BRAIN MAY FUNCTION! Best of all, yawning appears to be the simplest, quickest, and most effective way to lower neurological anxiety in 60 seconds or less. And in these worrisome times I strongly recommend that any time you feel yourself stressed or tired, try doing 3 mindful yawns – slowly, giving your full attention to subtle shifts and changes in your mental state and mood – at least once an hour, and I’m willing to bet that you’ll be amazed at how better you feel by the end of the day. SHARE WITH ME YOUR YAWNING EXPERIENCE AND READ ON:
Recent Study Evidence
In a recent study, brain researchers presented evidence showing that bigger brained animals yawn more, suggesting that yawning may be essential for enhancing cognitive functions. They conclude by saying:
Previous Research suggests
“Previous research suggests that yawning is an adaptation to enhance intracranial circulation and brain cooling [11–13],which in turn could promote cortical arousal and state change [7–9]. While the neural structures necessary for yawning appear to be located within the brainstem , based on these results, we hypothesize that the neurophysiological consequences of yawning affect the brain more globally, whereby longer yawns may be necessary to more effectively modulate cortical arousal for animals with larger and more complex brains. Furthermore, we predict that the greater within-taxon variance in yawn duration observed for large-brained mammals may be related to increased cognitive capacities and more variable behavioural repertories.”
Gallup, the lead researcher who developed the thermoregulatory theory of yawning (it increases cerebral blood flow to cool down excessive neural activity, especially in the Default Mode Network), made this comment about their study: “Longer and/or [more] powerful yawns should provide greater physiological effects.” Gallup is currently running tests on people to see if the number of seconds your own yawns last might allow your brain to be larger and more cognitively efficient.
NEUROTIP: Make your yawns last for at least 5 seconds or longer, and especially when you need to enhance your focus and attention. Use the “fake it until you make it” rule and you’ll soon be able to yawn for 15 seconds, like me. Less stress, more alertness, and less worrisome thoughts and anxiety. Isn’t that cool (literally!)?
SOURCE: Yawn duration predicts brain weight and cortical neuron number in mammals. Gallup AC, Church AM, Pelegrino AJ. Biol Lett. 2016 Oct;12(10
“We all have external values and internal values. If these are out of sync with each other, it creates neural dissonance, increasing stress in relationships and work. Let your inner values guide your external values because they will give your life more meaning. They are essential for giving your life meaning.“ Mark Waldman
Take 10 mins of your time to dedicate on reflecting on your deepest values. Do it for 7 days in a row.
Search deeply within for key “value” words. Do not ask your friends for their value words. Find the one that shows the deepest meaning for you.
Values are highly personal. They are more than just words. They are closer to feelings. They change when you find yourself in different situations.
Write down three value words you’d like to reflect on today, and ask yourself if you are willing to do this exercise for the next 7 days. It only takes sixty seconds to do!
You might ask what are the benefits of doing of meditating on your biggest internal values?
Well, according to Mark Waldon, a well known brain expert Executive MBA Faculty, at Loyola Marymount University, when you savor that word or phrase and turn it into an affirmation or meditation your feelings change?
You’ll experience less stress during the day. You will become more productive as well. Without even knowing you might achieve relaxed mindful awareness, which for Mark Waldon is the biggest value in life.
First of all, for a while you will forget the anxiety and pains. You might get an insight what is best to do in your situation. After all we have all been through different un-happy experiences. And you probably know that when you are down mentally, it causes physical problems as well.
When I was 16 I was impressed by some of my mates. They were showing off by throwing parties where only the chosen invited would go.
The next day the whole school was buzzing with excited teenagers talking about the new record they listened to. “It was amazing. We danced and sang “July Morning” until 5 am.”
That song became a hit. The rest of us would be embarrassed for not having participated as we were not invited.
“Damn it. What do you have to do to be invited?’ I thought.
I also remember a different scenario. I was ‘chosen’ by my headteacher first day of the first year in my technical college to become her favourite. No idea why.
While she shouted to some to be quiet as ‘You are not in a village fest’ she passed by me, gently caressed my platted hair and said lovingly ‘Are you the best of all here?’
Well, this all changed now. If someone I admire for his success cane to me and said ‘ I believe you could follow me and become a great success yourself. I see potential in you. Would you like me to train you?’ Woo hoo, I would know what to answer, I would jump to the offer, accept and thank deeply grateful. I would get excited that same minute! I know how I would be bursting with gratitude and joy.
I felt stupid. We were there together for the first time, so how could anybody suggest someone is better than the others? I did not like to be privileged. I said ‘No’
For many people, the answer would be “no” because they might not want to be special, just like me in school, they might not believe anybody could realistically pick on their intelligence or qualities so easily.
Or they might think it would be too much work, or, that they don’t deserve success. Others would not accept for the lack of faith in themselves as ‘even with the help of that ‘super hero’ they would still fail, so why bother?’
These objections are the result of feeling that a particular task, goal, or dream is beyond your ability. Someone else might be able to do that, but not me.
Once you’ve adopted the mindset that “this is beyond me,” your brain quickly finds reasons why you’re right. Most people think they gather evidence then make a conclusion, but generally people make conclusions then find evidence to support it (and reject evidence that doesn’t).
Your brain’s #1 priority is to keep you safe. Attempting something that seems beyond your ability doesn’t feel safe, and your brain will work hard to keep you from taking what it feels is a risk. As a result, the biggest reason people fail to achieve their goals and dreams is…
…they don’t even try!
Or, if they do try, they give up too early in the process to achieve the desired result and goal.
The biggest difference between people who achieve extraordinary success and people who don’t is that highly successful people have adopted a more resourceful mindset.
They do not accept failure, each unsuccessful try becomes a stepping stone of their experience. They use another idea or resource their mind comes up with. And they enjoy the process.
Which means that if you can adopt this mindset (you can)…
…you can be successful.
How many of you, my beautiful friends, have tried different methods that claim to help you “adopt a positive mindset”. Unfortunately, most of the methods I’ve seen are based on faulty reasoning and don’t work.
Which brings us to the reason I’m writing this for you today. My friend John Assaraf, who himself is an extraordinary example of a successful man with his very unique story, has devoted a huge portion of his life to answering the question “how do you adopt the mindset of a highly successful person and use it to achieve extraordinary success?”
If you’re as interested in the answer to this question as I was, you’re going to love what he’s found out. He’s put together a special training called “How to Rewire Your Brain For Financial Success”, and…
If you’ve been struggling to achieve your biggest goals and dreams…
If you don’t feel you deserve or aren’t capable of achieving success…
If your fear of failure keeps you from taking action… ( 1 of the worst enemies of success)
If you’re struggling financially and feel trapped…
Or if you simply don’t know how to move your life in the direction you want…
…I promise you’ll find what John has to say nothing less than fascinating.
What’s more, this could represent a major turning point in your life, and will be well worth the few minutes it will take.
In case you don’t know who John is, let me tell you a little bit about him.
John has built five multimillion-dollar companies, including taking the Indiana branch of Re/Max to over 4 billion in annual sales. He’s also authored two New York Times bestselling books, been in seven or eight movies and documentaries, and been on national TV (I saw him on Larry King Live).
This is not a typical presentation where you learn, leave, and never do anything with the information. What John’s going to share is a proven method based on cutting edge brain research that treats the root cause of failure rather than hopelessly attacking the symptoms.
I just watched John’s training myself. It was so interesting, I knew you’d want to watch it too. But, hurry up to get this free ticket. It is only valid for the next 48 hours, soplease go and watch the training right now
I visited Ohrid, on the Lake Ohrid in Macedonia, where the centrepiece is the colourful house of Madre Teresa.
Like many Albanians, she has lived part of her life in Macedonia, and one can read some of her quotes inside the little house.
Life is an opportunity, jump for it. Life is a dream, realize it. Life is a challenge, meet it.
Life is a duty, complete it. Life is a game, play it. Life is a promise, fulfill it.
Life is a song, sing it. Life is a struggle, accept it. Life is a tragedy, confront it.
Life is too precious, do not destroy it. Life is life, fight for it. ~ Mother Teresa
This Mother Teresa quote about life is a sermon and an education in 16 sentences. The simplicity of this great woman was part of her beauty. What takes the rest of us billions upon billions of words to convey, it was a thought Mother Teresa said, “Give me 16 sentences and I’ll get my point across.”
And that she did. Every single time. Her sentences would be perfect Twitter messages.
More Mother Teresa Quotes:
Be faithful in small things because it is in them that your strength lies.
Intense love does not measure, it just gives.
Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat.
I want you to be concerned about your next door neighbor. Do you know your next door neighbor?
Each one of them is Jesus in disguise.
Love begins at home, and it is not how much we do… but how much love we put in that action.
One of the greatest diseases is to be nobody to anybody.
If you can’t feed a hundred people, then feed just one.
Even the rich are hungry for love, for being cared for, for being wanted, for having someone to call their own.
If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.
Our life of poverty is as necessary as the work itself. Only in heaven will we see how much we owe to the poor for helping us to love God better because of them.
Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier.
The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted.
There must be a reason why some people can afford to live well. They must have worked for it. I only feel angry when I see waste. When I see people throwing away things that we could use.
We ourselves feel that what we are doing is just a drop in the ocean. But the ocean would be less because of that missing drop.
If you want a love message to be heard, it has got to be sent out. To keep a lamp burning, we have to keep putting oil in it.
Let us always meet each other with smile, for the smile is the beginning of love.
Loneliness and the feeling of being unwanted is the most terrible poverty.
We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do.
Let us touch the dying, the poor, the lonely and the unwanted according to the graces we have received and let us not be ashamed or slow to do the humble work.
Love is a fruit in season at all times, and within reach of every hand.
Each one of those quotes could be the basis of a thesis for someone, a life secret or essence. It could be a driving force to make us do the best with our life!