Think, Be, Do, Have – Week 2

Be Do HaveAlright, in week 2 we’ve added another exercise to help influence our subconscious mind using two 3 x 5 recipe cards and colored pencils.

I won’t go into the details here, but it’s really cool and different than anything I’ve done in the realm of personal development or mindset.

I’ll give you a clue though… the colored pencils have to do with going back to our childhood when we most open and we believed anything was possible. Back before we were conditioned by our environment.

What we are doing is starting a progression, starting with things we can control and gradually increasing the effort. This builds unshakable belief and self-confidence.

When you COMMIT to something like a “Morning Ritual” and you do it, you build build belief In yourself which also transfers to others, because…
When you believe in you, others will believe in you too!

Og Madino’s Greatest Salesman In The World.

As I continue to read the first scroll three times a day, I am forming the first of my new habits.

How is this done? In the words of Og Mandino…

Through these scrolls, it will be done, for each scroll contains a principle which will drive a bad habit from my life and replace it with one which will bring me closer to success.

For it is another of nature’s laws that only a habit can subdue another habit. So, in order for these written words to perform their chosen task, I must discipline myself with the first of my new habits, which is as follows:

I will read each scroll for thirty days in this prescribed manner, before I proceed to the next scroll. First, I will read the words in silence when I arise.

Then, I will read the words in silence after I have partaken of my midday meal.

Last, I will read the words again just before I retire at day’s end, and most important, on this occasion I will read the words aloud.

On the next day I will repeat this procedure, and I will continue in like manner for thirty days. Then, I will turn to the next scroll and repeat this procedure for another thirty days.

I will continue in this manner until I have lived with each scroll for thirty days and my reading has become habit.

And what will be accomplished with this habit? Herein lies the hidden secret of all man’s accomplishments….

I’m finding reading this three times a day, everyday, to be a challenge. Especially since I am currently traveling with my family.

I’ll keep to it though, each read is only about 10 minutes. I think it’s more about doing what I say I will, thus forming belief in myself.

Master Key System

“The world without is a reflection of the world within.”

As I read the Master Key System and do the exercises at the end of each chapter, I am realizing that we are responsible for the circumstances in our life, but we go about changing them in the wrong manner.

Most everyone focuses on “doing” things differently by taking different “actions”. This is backwards. We must first change our way of thinking.

The circumstances and events we experience in our life are the result of our predominant mental attitude which is the result of our thoughts. We must “be” before we can “do,” and we can “do” only to the extent which we “are,” and what we “are” depends upon what we “think.” (MKS 1:4)

The person you have been, is not going to think, act and react in a way that is going to get you to your goal. You have to change the process…

Think like the person you intent to Become, then do the things that person would do, which will allow you to have what you desire.

As we change our thoughts and begin to take new actions (do different things and do things different) we form new habits and start getting new results. The new results form new feelings around these new actions, thus forming new beliefs.

Create A Great Day,

Toby

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Living The Dream! Money, Mindset & Marketing Coach, Visionary and Serial Entrepreneur Who Believes In Living A Full Out Passionate Life Of Your Own Design!

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