I really hope you’ll take what I said in this video seriously.
So I want you to consider a few questions to determine where your thinking (your point of view) currently is?
Does turning your annual income into your monthly income seem doable to you?
How about achieving your dream weight within six months?
Or becoming very comfortable and effective at public speaking?
If your answer is ‘no’ to any of those questions, all you have to do to turn it around is change your perception of it. Because, as I said in the video when you change the way you look at something, it will change completely.
Here’s a simple exercise that illustrates this point beautifully.
Can you see it now?
What do you see when you look at the image below?
Do you see a vase?
Or do you see the profile of two faces?
This now iconic image was created in 1915 by Danish psychologist Edgar Rubin. It makes us aware that there are at least two different ways of seeing the same thing.
And here’s the point I want you to keep in mind…
Whatever you perceive to be true about this illustration—and every situation in your life–affects how you think and feel about it… and thus how you respond to it.
So when you change your perspective on it, it re-directs your focus and your course. And that, of course, alters your outcome.
What’s bothering you?
I want you to test what I said in the video.
Think about a challenge in your life, and write it on a piece of paper. Look it and ask if the problem is in you or on the piece of paper.
Then, put the paper in the middle of a table and really try to understand it.
Next, move to a different side of the table so you can look at the paper (the problem) from a different point of view. Now think of it from someone else’s perspective. How would a wise person you know or know of look at it?
Listen to your inner voice to hear what comes to you when looking at your challenge from other people’s perspectives.
This exercise has helped me more times than I can count. But I want to hear from you…
Leave a comment below to let me if the exercise worked for you. Were you able to be flexible and change your point of view?
You’re not solid and fixed…
I’m thankful that, unlike trees and other animals, if we don’t like our environment, we can change it. We don’t have to blend in with a world that doesn’t support us in being our best. By using our mental faculties, we can create any environment we want.
Don’t settle for mediocrity. If you’re dissatisfied with something in your life, change your perception and use your imagination to upgrade your view and reshape your experience.
When you do that, you can make $1,000,000 or even $100, 000,000 look small.
If you need help in becoming more fluid in your thinking, consider our program called Magic In Your Mind. This program shows you how to develop your higher mental faculties, including your perception, so you can move from seeing a watered-down version of yourself to seeing the real you, which is far more capable than you realize.
To your success,