Would you like to know why it is that I’m not as abundant and effective as Donald Trump?
Or why it is that you are sitting there with less success and a lot less deposit than Warren Buffet?
One word will respond to that dilemma: phony. I’m a liar. You’re a phony.
Practically everybody you know is a phony. I’m not trying to choose a fight here – simply pointing out that one of the most fundamental human qualities – and the greatest obstacle to our own success – is our capability to pull the wool over our own eyes. We tell ourselves all kinds of things to justify our actions (and regularly inactiveness), but when we actually come down to it, most of those things we inform ourselves are lies. We comprise reasons for our expected lack of success, and then established a mental feedback loop where those excuses keep getting repeated in our minds over and over again.
The more like Donald Trump and Warren Buffet we end up being, the less reasons we make. Less excuses = more success. Yet here we are, telling ourselves lies that if we bothered to take a minute to examine would quickly be exposed as frauds. We inform ourselves the usual fictions over and over once again up until the sheer act of repetition makes them seem a growing number of genuine in our minds. And before we know what has occurred, our quick, un-thought through excuses become ingrained. Once again pressed out of reach, they presume their own reality and success is. In this way we lie to ourselves all the time. 99% of all the lies we inform ourselves that impact our potential for success consist of one of the most typical 4- letter words in the English language (alright, be pedantic, 4 letters and an apostrophe): can’t. Our subconscious mind doesn’t like unfinished sentences, so when we state ‘I can’t’ it needs to tack on ‘because’ at the end. If you believe, ‘I can’t be effective’, your subconscious mind will add ‘due to the fact that I’m too lazy’ or ‘due to the fact that I do not have the skills’ or some other unfavorable – and normally spurious – explanation.
All silly statements that might easily be shown incorrect after the book is composed, however which serve to prevent you from taking action in case things go wrong, and of course, from ever reaching the success you actually desire. When the ‘because’ is duplicated internally often adequate to be kept in the part of your brain that determines your own self-image, the ‘I can’t’ is warranted. You simply HAVE to make yourself a phony so that your knee-jerk ‘I can’t’ reaction can become real. It may be a paradox, but it is one that is holding you, me and everyone else back from attaining our success in all sort of ways. But you CAN break the cycle. You CAN start to change your subconscious self-image. You CAN stop your unconscious mind from making you a liar. You CAN be a success. The only method that I understand of to break the cycle is to get rid of the requirement for the brain to produce its ‘because’ lie in the very first location. I can’ doesn’t make you a liar – it makes you a doer. You have years of lies to attend to, so removing them will take some time, however it CAN be done. Every chance you get, repeat to yourself ‘I CAN do … [whatever it is you wish to do.]. Think about all the successful people that you’ve heard about. The majority of the time they didn’t begin with any more natural capability than you.
They don’t have any particular success trick to succeeding. They merely enter into every brand-new venture with the attitude that ‘I CAN prosper.’ The unusual thing is that more often than not, when you begin something brand-new brimful of self-confidence that you CAN prosper at it, occasions seem to exercise that you will achieve success. Success originates from being sincere with yourself and finally confessing that you can do it. All ridiculous declarations that could easily be proved wrong after the book is composed, however which serve to avoid you from taking action in case things go wrong, and of course, from ever reaching the success you really want. You CAN stop your unconscious mind from making you a liar. You CAN be a success. I can’ doesn’t make you a liar – it makes you a doer. They don’t have any specific success secret to making it big.