There's an interesting saying, "If you want to know where your heart is, look where your mind goes when it wanders." Does it wander to thoughts and emotions of fear, worry and confusion? Or does your wandering thoughts lead you to feelings of excitement and enthusiasm? Either emotion you choose notice how they're all based on expectations of future events. Whether you're sending signals of positive expectations or negative depends entirely on the actions you have taken in the past and at the present moment.
Once you get a handle on the majority of your negative feedback the next step is to write your goal statement in bold motivational terms; such as “I am the best lawn care specialist in the World,” or “I am the most respected cat sitter in the World.” To say “I am the best . . . ,” in today’s terms does not mean most talented. Being the best could mean most successful in your given field, or most well-known such as, The Dog Whisperer, Cesar Milan. Cesar successfully created a unique system not only for training dogs but for presenting the information to dog owners. Cesar's motto is, “I rehabilitate dogs, I train people.” We do not know if Cesar is the best dog trainer in the world. But we know Cesar is an innovative dog rehabilitator and the best known dog trainer in the World. He got there not only by
Just as effortless as it is to worry, positive thoughts must also be made without strain if they are to be effective. Goals should not be a struggle to visualize nor should they cause stress with the mere thought of them. Affirm your goals with adoration so they are non-intimidating or tension creating. If you cannot find it in yourself to feel excitement and love towards the goal you seek, then it is not the right goal for you at this time. You should feel passion for the task at hand. One of the most important solutions towards achieving a goal is to consistently approach it with care and gentleness until you feel genuinely indifferent to its outcome. When you reach the state of genuine indifference that is when you are truly on track towards achieving that goal.
Most people you are in competition with are not going to give 100 percent. Reason being many have the same unrelenting negative feedback, emotional sabotage, and failure to plan. What is 100%? When you think of it, 100% is comfort level. Like water that seeks its own level, each individuals 100 percent should be what feels right for them.
Have you ever been so excited about something that you enthusiastically relayed the information in detail only to have your listeners throw you a blank stare? You quickly realize they either are not listening, they don't care, or they are not on board for whatever reason. So why worry about how to be your best? This is why! Even if you give the best presentation you possibly can you may not receive immediate feedback. It could be days, weeks or even months before people respond. Unfortunately many business people give up by the time