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How To Give Your Very Best | Loving Mirror | Safe Haven
If you pick up any traditional success program, it always starts with setting a goal. Who is the one to set this goal? You, of course, but who is the one thinking that the goal is impossible? Again, you. If you have read Think and Grow Rich and other success books, especially biographies of great achievers, then you’ve noticed that they all talk about mastermind groups and mentors who provided unconditional support in their development. These were people that believed in them before they did.
If you want proof, think back to your childhood. Maybe you have a memory of a teacher or parent who saw something greater in you, some hidden potential that you weren’t aware of. Sometimes it just takes a brief moment for someone to tell you “Wow, you are extremely smart!” Do you know that this little moment can change your life forever? By the way, I always do that. At the grocery store, at the restaurant, always when appropriate, I say something nice just to plant the seed. You never know how potent the power of words can really be.
As a parent, think twice before you say something negative to your child. Even when they make a mistake, address it in a positive manner. We are wrongly conditioned to think that mistakes are bad. Mistakes are the best learning tools. Set your child free to make mistakes and learn from them. Be your child’s loving mirror. This is the biggest blessing for a parent.
The mentor, the parent, the friend, the one who is there to believe in you and see your potential, has the job of a loving mirror. It is not easy for you see what is within you. The eyeball cannot see itself, after all. It takes the love and support of a loving mirror to showcase everything you are capable of. There is a famous video on YouTube from the movie “Facing the Giants.” In the scene, the coach challenges Brock, the team captain, to crawl with a teammate on his back across the football field. Additionally, the coach blindfolded Brock so that he could not see the physical evidence of impossibility. With the coach’s encouragement, Brock succeeded in the death crawl through the entire length of the field. This is a perfect example of the “Loving Mirror Principle” in action.
Maybe you do not have a loving mirror in your life. Maybe your parents or spouse are not supportive. But this is the time for you to learn about, so now you know; and if you know, you can take action and find one loving mirror for yourself.
Now you might ask how the loving mirror relate to being successful. No one can give you money for doing nothing. What for? The real truth is that you get money for the value you provide first. Then you might earn something. So making money is conditional. You do something first, and then something happens, but the first thing you need is unconditional support. Wow! How do we solve this Conditional / Unconditional dichotomy? We do it through a safe haven.
A safe haven is someone, a mentor or a teacher, who keeps you accountable to the demands of the business, while at the same time seeing the potential in you. They will tell you many times “You can do it, and you will often answer “I cannot do it!” until you find yourself doing it. If you want to have success, you have to find your safe haven as a prerequisite to building your business. You cannot do anything without it. Trying to succeed without the support of others is like trying to scoop out the ocean with a spoon. The ocean of your potential is within you. Find the treasure within and start uncovering it.
Here is a helpful exercise. There are 2 voices in your head: the bully, responsible for all of the negative opinions of yourself, and the authentic self. On a divided sheet of paper, write negative trash talk on the left and authentic self-talk on the right.
- First start writing down freely all of the negativity in your head. Let the trash out into the light so that you can be free from it. As the saying goes, don’t ignore the elephant in the room. Turn the light on in order to get rid of it.
- Once you are done with the left side, take a short break. Breathe deeply. Get quiet and start listening. The authentic self-talk comes to you in a whisper, so you need silence. Start writing what you hear from your inner God within you. Write freely while being quiet. This voice is still and small. The negative reflection is loud and obnoxious (like a bully).
Then start asking yourself questions about what unconditional support means to you. Focus on what is right with the people in your life. Do not focus on the negatives. Then you will start attracting the people who can support you in your journey to success.
If you haven’t heard about this book, read it as soon as possible. The author is Noah St. John. The Secret Code of Success: 7 Hidden Steps to More Wealth and Happiness
I found my safe heaven by joining community of bloggers. We support each other and we are the best cheerleaders to our successes. A few days ago I uploaded a video. It was not the best, you can check for yourself. But the encouragement was awesome. Now I have the confidence to make more videos.
Are you ready to give your very best?
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