There’s two types of people in this world.
Those that plan for success, and those that hope for success.
Obviously, since you are reading this, you’re in the former group.
Of course, within that group, there’s a lot of different strategies. Today you’ll learn a particularly powerful one.
We all know that visualizing your goals and intentions are important. But there are several methods.
One is to create a goal, imagine how it will be when you succeed, and then imagine that with as much emotion as possible.
Another is to review your activity and behavior on a regular basis, and “re-live” your history according to how you wish you would have performed.
Instead of saying what you said, for example, you can pretend you said something better, and then imagine that. This can quickly “alter” your behavior so it slowly and consistently becomes more congruent with what you’d like to create.
There’s a third way.
This first requires you have a concrete outcome. Make a certain amount of money, lose a certain amount of weight, have a certain sports related goal.
Then, at the end of the day, you simply review those things you did that were congruent with what you want to achieve. Instead of looking at what you did wrong, and changing it into something better, you simply look at what you did right, whatever it was.
And then replay that over and over in your head.
This can have a powerful resonance effect. Not unlike when you were a kid on the swing set, and you learned to swing your legs with the motion that was already happening. You learned by using your body to amplify what was ALREADY HAPPENING, you got more of what you wanted.
This way, getting whatever you want out of life is as easy as playing in the playground.
Which is what life is, anyway.