Posts Tagged ‘personal development’

Turbo Charge Your Personal Development

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010

You have just purchased your next personal development program / book and now what do you do? They say only 10% of the people even get past the first CD/ Tape/ chapter, let alone finish.

Would you like to know how to get at least 90% more from all of the personal development programs you have just purchased? And no, I won’t tell you to just listen to them 5 times.

Yes, that would increase your results, but not as much as what I am going to share. Besides who has the time to listen to their programs 5 times? How about getting more out of the first time?

Let’s say you are one of the few people that actually gets to the end of one of those personal development programs. How would you like to have a system to guarantee that you implement all the great stuff you just learned? How many times have you heard some really great ideas, only to find yourself 4 weeks later not applying any of it?

Your first step is to setup a system to insure you actually finish the program. It will do you no good if you never hear the message. These steps might seem cumbersome, however at the end of this article, I will introduce you to a tool that will make these steps easier.

The first step is to get Accountable to someone that you will finish the program. Now this is a very easy step to brush off, but committing to someone else will send a very powerful message to your subconscious mind and clear away a lot of the future mental hiccups.

Tell your Accountability Buddy when you will complete this program and that you will be giving them weekly updates on your progress. I will explain what you will put in those weekly progress reports below.

Now you have a system in place to give you the best chance at completing your personal development program. It is time to start. Choose a schedule of when you want to learn the program.

Each day you scheduled yourself to listen to the program, write down a Yes or No to the question, “Did I listen to my personal development program today?” Next, write down the most important piece of information about the program you learned.

These two pieces of information are going to be what is in the progress reports you give your Accountability Buddy each week.

Once you complete the program, review your progress reports and celebrate your victory with your Accountability Buddy.

Why does this work?

There are a couple of forces at play here. The first is being accountable to someone else. We all want to look good to our friends, so being on the hook to complete the program will definitely get us to extend ourselves. We might not be 100%, but we will definitely get much more done then if we didn’t employ our Accountability Buddy.

The next force at play is tracking what we are doing. No longer will life be a blur of events that get lost in the past. We will have a very specific history of where we are slipping and we will have the chance to make course corrections along the way.

We all make mistakes and slip up sometimes. It is only when we have no clue as to when it is happening that we can find ourselves in deep trouble.

Lastly, you are employing a system of super learning called spaced repetition to lock the new information into your long term memory. First, you listen to the material. Later that day, you write down the most important point anchoring that information in your mind.

Upon completion of the program, you lock the information in your long term memory with you’re a final review, not to mention, it is always there if your need a quick refresh.

After you finish your personal development program and it is locked in your long term memory, it is time to put it into action. Follow the exact same system you used to finish the program in the first place.

1. Find someone to get accountable to implementing the new information in your life.

2. Set up the days you will work on implementing the system.

3. Write down the key thing you did to implement the new information on that day.

4. Share your progress reports with your Accountability Buddy.

5. Celebrate your success and review your progress reports when complete.

If the new information you learned will take a long time to implement, feel free to break it down into parts so you can celebrate on the way and review your progress. Now get accountable and get yourself going.

Keys to Unlocking Mind Power Secrets

Monday, October 26th, 2009

There is such a thing as mind power secrets. If you are not yet in the process of discovering them, you truly are missing out on the keys to genuine success and fulfillment. What exactly are these secrets and how do you unlock them in you?

The Power of the Mind

Many experts recognize that the human mind has a lot of untapped potentials. In many respects, the mind is more powerful than one’s physical being. You can sit in a chair or lie down in bed without moving and you will not be able to accomplish anything physically. The mind however is capable of traveling and reaching out to possibilities even if you are physically inert. The power of your mind can help you gain peace, predict the future, get what you want and communicate with other like minds. If you are able to tap all these abilities of your mind, you will be able to enjoy better economic, social and personal rewards as well as achieve a healthier outlook in life.

Unlocking Your Power

There are two major paths to unlocking your mind power secrets. You can get a master or an expert to get you to teach the process. You can however also embark on the journey on your own. This may seem like a harder option but there are many real experts who can help you without having to meet you or charge you a huge fee. You can use a basic mind power book or resource on your own. Although different resources may present slightly different tips and facts, they all contain basic principles to help you unlock your mental potential.

  1. 1. It is true that mental powers can be used by evil elements or individuals with negative intentions. True fulfillment however can only come from positive and good intentions. The greatest stumbling block to this fulfillment is your own negative outlook about life coupled with a harried and stressful existence. To be able to tap the energies of your mind, you must first work towards establishing a calmer well-being and a more positive view of life.
  2. You might not be able to unlock your mind power at first sitting. Just like any other task however, you improve your chances of succeeding by practicing. Practice can be performed during formal or informal moments of reflection and meditation. You may for example attempt to draw what you want and desire in life by taking a few moments each day to repeat what you want and to believe that it will come. Before you know it, you will have succeeded in eliminating all negative thoughts and energies and you will have become a more positive individual.
  3. You don’t need to move or exert physical effort when you use mind power. Even so, your physical self must be in some kind of harmony with your mental self. This simply means that it helps to maintain a physically fit and healthy body. In some cases, this can be achieved by partially using mind power. Once physical well-being is achieved, mental power is strengthened.

Even with a guide, the true key to unlock mind power secrets is in you. You just have to believe that you are capable of this just like everyone else.

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