It’s very easy to misunderstand things when we speak in metaphors.
Metaphors are descriptions of complex underlying things.
They are far from complete.
Like the famous “red car effect.”
You buy a red car, which sends a signal to your brain.
Red cars are important.
This happens automatically.
So now, since your brain believes red cars are important, it shows you all the red cars.
They were there before, you just didn’t notice them.
This only lasts for a while.
Once you get used to your red car, and it loses its “newness,” the effect fades.
This is often described as “attraction.”
The misconception is that before, there weren’t any red cars.
And because you bought a red car, you somehow “manifested them” or attracted them to you.
The word “attraction” is incorrect.
It was more of a “recalibration” of your filters.
You didn’t notice something that was always around you.
But then something happened (you bought a car) and now you do notice this.
The thing that happened was a very serious action on your part.
A very deliberate action on your part.
A huge purchase that you’d likely been thinking about.
This is the part most people miss.
A strong action is required to shift your filters.
So you can see things that weren’t there before.
For example, a lot of guys wonder where all the “high quality ladies” are.
As if they hang out in that one bar downtown that nobody knows about.
You will only see them if you take certain action in that direction.
You can change your filters to find them but ONLY by taking action in that direction.
Pro Tip: Sitting on the sidelines wishing it were easier isn’t taking action.
Same Thing Doesn’t Work
Going out to clubs and bars but NEVER talking to pretty ladies isn’t taking action.
Hanging out at networking meetings and NEVER getting started on your new business isn’t taking action.
This is another misconception.
Buying a car is a simple process.
But meeting high quality people, starting businesses are much longer, drawn out processes than a simple exchange.
The strategy most people use doesn’t work.
Of massive willpower and motivation to “hurry up” and get it done.
Instead, think of a much easier approach.
Take small, very tine, very easy steps.
(Not the same step over and over again).
Each small step forward will change your filters.
You’ll discover more opportunities.
Pretty soon things will just start happening.
And it will all feel completely normal.
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