Creating a Good Impression contd... Don't wear a disguise. Subconsciously, we are smarter than we realize. The conscious mind may not be smart enough to analyze and see through the disguises people wear, but our subconscious is. And our subconscious tells us that the...read more
Creating a Good Impression Wishing you a happy Holi Celebrations The manner in which you approach others, your very first words, and actions, nearly always set the tone for the entire encounter. You can control the actions and attitudes of others to a remarkable...read more
Put some magnetism in your personality contd... contd. 3. Moderate your tone of voice. We express ourselves through our voice more than in any other manner. The voice is the most highly developed means of communication. Your voice communicates more than ideas; it also...read more
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Stop re-creating the same experience over and over!
An important concept that successful people understand is that you are never really stuck. You simply keep recreating the same experience over and over by thinking the same thoughts, maintaining the same beliefs, speaking the same words, and doing the same things.
Too often, you get stuck in an endless loop of reinforcing behavior, which keeps you stuck, in a constant downward spiral.
Your limiting thoughts create images in your mind, and those images govern your behavior, which in turn reinforces that limiting thought.
Imagine thinking that you are going to forget your lines when you have to give presentation at work. The thought stimulates the picture of you forgetting a key point. The image creates an experience of fear. The fear clouds your clear thinking, which makes you forget one of your key points. That in turn reinforces your self-talk that you can’t speak in front of groups.
As long you keep complaining about your present circumstances, your mind will focus on it. By continually talking about, thinking about and writing about, the way things are, you are continually reinforcing those very same neural pathways in your brain that got you to where you are today. And you are continually sending out the same vibrations that will keep attracting the same people and circumstances that you have already created.
To change this cycle, focus on thinking, talking and writing about the reality you want to create. You must flood your unconscious with thoughts and images of this new reality.