November 5, 2010
How do we move from where we are to where we want to be?
How do we know that where we want to be is where we should be?
And if it is not, what do we do then?
Are we hiding from who we are because we fear the consequences of being who we are?
Do we even know who we are?
Are we afraid of the work that is going to be required to become who we are?
And if we’ve been denying our self and know it, and can’t look in the mirror and do it anymore, how are we going to connect the dots between the person we are in the flesh and who we are to become?
How do we connect?
How do we persist against adversity?
How do we make our connection?
How do we change?
This is not about management; it is about surrendering to who we really are.
This is about becoming who we really are.
The answers to “how to do” something is all about technique. “How to” can be learned. The commitment has to be born and we have to birth it.
We achieve the outcome by seeing it before it is here, and walking, running, pushing, meditating, cajoling, fighting, driving, diving our way through our imagination to its reality. And if we are doing that, if we are on that path, at that moment in time, we are successful.
June 28, 2010
“We are always successful.” – Maxwell Maltz
- we are successful at what we really see happening.
- It is important to develop a vision rather than letting it happen.
- Fear is our first reaction to change. The second reaction is our choice. Without activation of choice, fear, de facto, becomes vision.
- We, with our powerful brain of our always have a vision.
- Our brain knows where it is going.
- The goal is to bring our whole self, including our brain, into alignment.
- Bring your goals and your vision together.
If you want to make more money and to have a better relationship with your spouse and start the day knowing that things at work are a mess and old issues are suffocating your love life: it is going to be ugly.
On the other hand if you wake up knowing that today is going to be successful and that you have a loving relationship with another caring person, all kinds of doors will open. They may not be the ones you expect. Without the expectation of positive outcome the likelihood of seeing the open doors are remote and the likelihood of walking through them is remoter still.
Vision is the GPS (global positioning system) of your brain. Vision is how you know where to go. So, if you envision failure, your brain will, with all due obedience, open the door to all the opportunities that you need in order to fail. It is trained on that spot.
Vision is what you actually know is going to happen.
So, right now, you may know that if you don’t do x, y and z this terrible thing is going to happen. It is time to develop a new vision. Write it down. Shape it. As the song says, “Make it real or forget about it.”
One of the things that I do with clients is help them to get very clear about what they believe to be true and what they want.
Getting our beliefs and our wants together as one is how we set our own GPS.
Develop effective goals.
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