It’s easy to say “dream big”, but expectations create feelings, which drive action, and create results.
Anxiety is caused by fear we won’t create the result we desire, and will feel pain, which stops action.
But, often, this expectation driving action is much more psychological – thinking with present circumstances – than a reflection of our real potential.
When we order something online, how do we react?
Are we scared, doubting, worrying it might not get here?
Or, are we excited for something we know is coming – imagining ourselves already having it?
Can we mentally experience our dream, as if it’s already here, and maintain the courage to keep taking action, regardless of what’s presently outside?
We don’t have the evidence – confidence comes from trust at a level of thought.
But how long can we hold an image before “that will never happen” begins?
We might dream, but we’re not dreaming with confidence.
We must train ourselves in this ability if we want success.
There’s a huge difference between wanting success, and being ready to receive it – the difference is in our mental strength.
A confident person is confident because they can mentally experience success before taking action, driving feeling, action, and ultimately results to success.
One 6′ (183cm) woman might feel empowered by her height.
Another woman of equal height could be insecure.
Both perceptions are totally opposite – yet created by the same outside situation – the difference is in mind.
What causes a feeling? Our mind. Success begins with powerful mental state.
To be successful, we must be mentally strong.
But how can we imagine ourselves successful before taking action?
How do we become strong enough to feel powerful within ourselves, and take fearless action?
The difference in people who succeed:
We believe, hold our dream, and because of this never quit – we’re unaffected by criticism, rejection, or present results.
We must program our brain to be the strongest force on the planet.
There’s a lot to it, but here’s what it basically comes down to:
Our brain’s programming will fight any new identity and new thoughts.
If I say, “don’t think of an blue elephant”, your brain hears “blue elephant”.
We need way to bypass our logical mind rejecting the new belief.
If we tell ourselves, “I’m not worthy of success”, notice the awkwardness.
Our brain tries to figure out how it’s “supposed” to feel.
It believes the statement “I’m not worthy”, yet the word in our head is “success”.
Once we know loopholes, we can achieve any result we can imagine.