Are You Interested, Or Committed?
One of my success mentors, John Assaraf, has a saying that I love: "When you're interested in having something, you'll only do what's convenient; when you're committed, you'll do whatever it takes."
I have kept this mantra top of mind when I am setting goals or find myself not achieving one. I ask myself, "Am I willing to do what it takes to achieve this goal? Am I doing what is convenient, or am I doing what's necessary (and out of my comfort zone)?"
There's a reason why not everyone is successful. It's because not everyone is willing to do what it takes.
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Manifesting Techniques I Use–Mind Movies
If you've been exposed to Law of Attraction principles or positive thinking teachers, you've probably heard of Vision Boards or Vision Maps. This is where you create a collage of pictures (usually cut our from magazines, or drawn if you have such talent) and words/quotes that represent the things you want to be/do/have in your life. It's a visual representation of your desires.
Looking at these images every day is supposed to help keep you focused on and resonating with your desires to help the Universe bring them into your life. Many people, including success teachers like John Assaraf and Jack Canfield, have told stories about how they manifested things that they put on their vision boards.
I have made vision boards myself in the past, and several years ago I created a Vision Book (a flip-page sketch book with the pictures and words pasted on them, two pages for each area of my life, like career, finanances, relationships, health, travel, spiritual growth, and "things").
But a few years ago I found something even better! Mind Movies!
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