Yesterday afternoon I stepped onto Japanese soil for the first
time. It is good to be here and I feel right at home.
Despite the time change and the 13+ hour flight, I was up at
6:30 this morning and, just like all my other world travels, have
immediately morphed into a different culture and time zone.
No fatigue. No jet lag. No whining about being tired. Not of that
so-called “normal” stuff.
At least 80% of the reason people get jet lagged has to do with
negative expectations. Long before taking a trip, you’ll hear people
telling their friends how they’re “going to be tired” and “going to be
jet-lagged” – then they give a time frame by adding, “I’ll be pretty
worthless for a week.”
What kind of a mental movie is this, my friend.
The mental images you allow into your brain literally control your
moods, feelings and behavior.
Why not, instead of playing reruns of days gone by in which you
were tired – why not play movies of the days in which you were
at your most exhilarated. If you do, I guarantee you’ll not only
feel different but you’ll perform far, far better.
There are a few secret exercises I do on the plane to continually
recharge my internal batteries when I fly. I also do these in the
evening, before bed. These exercises require no stress, strain or
movement. They are as simple as knowing where to place your
hands on your body to rejuvenate and recharge your system.
No, this isn’t self-massage. Nor is it pressure point massage.
It’s even simpler than those things – which I am totally in
I’m thinking about doing a special report on this – let me know
if you’re interested. By the way, you can use any time, whether
you’re flying or not. These are daily recharge exercises I do that
I have never taught to anyone before.
More to come.
P.S. Oh yeah, I did do some physical exercises this morning in my
hotel room. I don’t need a gym to train. I travel with the best gym
on earth – my body. It’s always with me and allows for total freedom.
Go to http://ffadmin.wpengine.com/conditioning_book.html to find out