When we were young and uneducated, we did almost everything right in terms of flow.
We breathed from our bellies, we kept our bodies relaxed, we learned with ease and without ceasing, and we moved from one facial expression to another with ease.
And so, it was no accident that we had boundless energy.
Then we went to this place called school and as the saying goes “all bets were off.”
We learned to be filled with stress and tension without anyone telling us to be that way.
We stopped breathing from our center. We started to slouch in our seats. We were easily bored studying what we were told to study – and we began to stop believing in ourselves.
If we got involved in sports, chances are excellent that no one ever explained to us how to relax, move from the center and focus on a target. We were merely taught what to do physically with almost zero instruction on the mental game.
Yet, those same coaches who taught us the physical occasionally told us that sports were a mental game. Many even said things like, “This game is 90% mental.”
So why no instruction in the mental part?
One, the coach didn’t know the mental game – or didn’t believe in it.
Two, the coach didn’t understand that the mental game IS the physical game. The two are inseparable. Physical. Mental. Same, same.
In the classroom, instruction was far worse than on the ball field.
Zero instruction on how to use your mind to achieve a goal.
Zero instruction in how to be confident, courageous and fearless.
Then we enter the so-called “real world” of business – and once again, there is no instruction on how to handle stress, much less how to stand, sit and move with relaxed authority.
Not only that, but we’ve had very little instruction on how to think creatively so how are we supposed to do so in a business.
We’ve been taught to memorize and recite, to do as we’re told. But none of these are thinking or being creative.
Perhaps more importantly, we get zero instruction on how to clear the mind, how to STOP thinking, how to get into the zone – how to really enter the flow of life, asking for and getting what we want, what we demand and expect.
And then people wonder why so many people in our society today are pill poppers.
Since the age of four or five, what have most people done to regain their natural state of being, the one B.S. – before school?
The answer: Nothing.
Here’s the good news: You can learn to be a child again – and from this childlike state, regain your courage, your confidence and your creativity.
You can learn to get back into the flow. You can re-enter the zone where all things become possible. You can step back into the time when everything you imagined was real.
The only difference is that NOW you can make the imagined thing the real thing.
I’ll show you how at my seminar in Clearwater Beach, Florida, next month. Make sure you’re there. It will be a life-changer in ways you cannot yet believe.
Believe what doesn’t seem possible and you’ll do what others believe incredible.