"Steps to Beat Your Competition."
"Everything is made up of the exact same thing, whether it's your hand, the ocean, or a star."
“The most wonderful gift one human being can give to another is, in some way, to make that person’s life a little bit better to live.”
"Here's the problem. Most people are thinking about what they don't want, and they're wondering why it shows up over and over again."
"Our job as humans is to hold on to the thoughts of what we want, make it absolutely clear in our minds what we want, and from that we start to invoke one of the greatest laws in the Universe, and that's the law of attraction.
You become what you think about most, but you also attract what you think about most."
"We're all connected. We just don't see it. There isn't an "out there" and an "in here." Everything in the Universe is connected. It is just one energy field."
"The simplest way for me to look at the law of attraction is if I think of myself as a magnet, and I know a magnet will attract to it."
"We can have whatever it is that we choose. I don't care how big it is."
“Most people are thinking about what they don’t want, and they’re wondering why it shows up over and over again.”
Develop goals in six areas of life: relationships, spiritual, contribution, financial, health and business. By pursuing goals in each area, you will create a more balanced and integrated life.
As the now-cliched saying goes: Shoot for the stars, if you miss you'll still be on the moon. Get out of your comfort zone. Make your goals slightly unreasonable; in other words, don't allow your (perceived) limitations to get in the way. Don't allow your old conditioning to stop you from going after what you really want.
Just the act of writing down goals sets the process in motion, so be specific. Instead of writing, say, "A new home," write "A 4,500-square-foot ranch home on five acres of lakefront property with vaulted ceilings, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and a private boat dock." The more information you include, the more probable the final result will be. By being as accurate as possible you invoke some of the natural laws of the universe in your favor as well as getting your brain to work for you in the most efficient way possible.
Most people don't do what they value first and therefore find themselves stressed and out of alignment. Create a list of your highest values and then create your goals around them. This will give you a sense of being on purpose consistently. Every goal must have two things: 1) A detailed plan to achieve it and 2) the right beliefs and mindset. You can kiss your goals goodbye without these two items. So, what do you have to believe and what can you start to do immediately to move you towards your goals and dreams?
This is an important part of achieving success and must become routine. Review your list of goals each morning when you wake up. Visualize your completed goals and how your life looks and feels as a result. Each night before you go to bed, repeat the process. This is a great way to train your brain to expect your goals to materialize.
You will either achieve your goal, or you will gain insight into whatever is in the way of its achievement. This is not a setback; rather, it is part of your forward progress. Stay focused on what you want to achieve and you will find ways to solve difficulties or break through barriers.