Masters & Millionaires II
Write why not. From a fun wedding or a better job, directing a movie or increasing your income just 50% within 8 weeks: no matter WHAT it is you want, knowing exactly WHY you want it, describing in detail exactly what you want, you are accomplishing at least 20 percent of the job. Now you only have 80 steps high-left - which we further reduce using high-powered shortcuts - your PowerGems.
As a master does, or a millionaire; champion or billionaire,
You can actually change your life in the next 5 minutes!!! Put up or shut up. Describe, out loud & in writing, precisely what you most want in life. Begin creating a plan by writing out who can help you, & what 5 smaller steps you'd have to take in order to do or obtain it. It's really true: you can change your life in the next 5 minutes, not by talking about what you know... rather, by USING what you know. Talk less; do more: it's the only way we'll ever know who you are.
It's positively amazing how much, and how little, we really understand For example, most people who hear the three words "Write why not," even when they know that there's a "w" in front of the first word, "Write why not?" those 3 words sound perhaps unintelligible.
You understand the words, not necessarily their meaning. Most people
who hear the three words "Write why not," even when told that there's a "w" in front of the first word, "Write" will tell you that this sounds unintelligible. As with all wisdom, reviewing a gem repeatedly yields ever-increasing results.
One thing is certain. Use of these 3 words in the next few minutes can and will
radically alter the remainder of your life. Significant, long lasting changes possible within a day or two, at most, a full week or two and beyond. Write why not
Such a wonderful shortcut, partly because it produces over and over again at accelerated speeds, literally without limit. the long-term, Use of these three words comprise not merely a bit of wisdom; much more importantly, one of the most useful
techniques you will ever encounter in your life for obtaining more health or money or sex or understanding or whatever else you might want this week, this month, this year. Write why not
It all begins with stating, out loud, in the next ten seconds what it is you'd most like.
No other talking, no thinking of anything else. Go ahead, say it out loud right now.
Excellent. You're now one fifth of the way to achieving it. No joke, no exaggeration.You need not believe what you're reading. If you're not living your life's happiest possible potential, your opinion is clearly way off base. This means you need to grasp a better, more comprehensive understanding of why you have two ears and only one mouth; two eyes and only one mouth.
Then, we need to list the reasons why we don't have it now... the specific
Pareto's Principle reminds us that 80% of all results come from 20% of the efforts. Identifying specifically what is desired is apparently too difficult for the limited minds of most of us. It's
the single toughest step, even tougher than taking step one, which accounts for another full 5% of the total task.
If you're not getting it from the horse's mouth, it's reasonable to figure you're getting it from the wrong end of the horse. Proof? Take a look, and be honest, since no one knows but you and I, hm? Perhaps you have more sex than your neighbor
does, but he or she (who knows these days?) may have better musical skills, or more money, or more exciting dawns. If you have it all, then why are you reading this unless it's to find faster, more powerful methods for getting where you want? Faster,
that is, than you're getting there now, correct? . If there's even one dream left in you that you haven't achieved, you'd be smart to simply duplicate the words and actions of those who have already
repeatedly done what you want to do or have. There is no faster route available, or currently conceivable, than duplicating the trails already blazed, true or not?
These people are by far the best possessors of shortcuts. Whether
it took them ten, fifteen, even twenty years to find out what worked and didn't work for them, you get to avoid the majority of a trial and error process… because you can make use of their trial and error process. Do you understand how intensely powerful
this is as a shortcut?
I simply examined the physical motions of ten top baseball pitchers, and played the same little bits of video over and over and over again. Even when I saw something that
looked stupid, I remembered that they were already doing what I wanted to do, therefore they know better how to do it the first time. Doing nothing more than imitating their physical motions, I quickly learned how to throw snowballs with greater
accuracy, how to throw darts consistently well. By copying the physical motions of those already doing it at world-class level, I quickly began copying their results. That's why the odds are good I'd whup your butt in any
game requiring aim and accuracy: NOT because I'm particularly talented; we already know that I'm not. Rather, those who do it better are observed, and repeatedly questioned on what they believe to be their best techniques, and yes, their most productive
mistakes. After we create our own internal mental video, seeing ourselves master the task, practicing and doing are all that's left.
Because I repeatedly THINK IT, and say it, I approach the task with more confidence, which by
itself automatically increases performance, which you can use in the next few minutes if you're smart enough to shut up and play pretend with that omnipotent, or all-powerful, mental video.
Dare to pretend that you're actually aiming successfully. Make it darts or snowballs or balls of wadded paper into a wastebasket. If you simply invest sixty seconds trying to become the greatest, and
most accurate at it of anyone in the world, and committing to paper what your alleged obstacles are, you'll see virtually instant, verifiable results.
Go ahead, wad up some balls of paper and before you actually throw it, invest a full one
minute pretending that you're already succeeding with every single try. See it in your mind's eye all the way through to completion, and the smile that comes with it. Then, start tossing. You get instant results, instant increase in your accuracy. To
further increase that accuracy, put on paper, not tomorrow, not "as soon as you can make the time," IMMEDIATELY put down on paper what your supposed obstacles are, and then start tossing again.
It does not matter a whit whether you understand
this technique, or believe it, or think it's utter gibberish. Until you can throw those darts or balled-up wads of paper better than me, your opinion is both definitely and definitively invalid until you make use of this
double-Powergem. Best of all, you can and will obtain stark evidence of how powerful the method is... ... in the next minute or two.
Do you even begin to grasp the fact that you are, right now, just seconds away from becoming a person
that others admire and cheer for (and pay more money to)??!!
The most important thing you can get from this whole magical HyperShortcut is a better grasp of the fact that knowing it means little
or nothing… until you USE it. The only possible way for any of us to believe that you grasp it, that you know how to do it… … is for you to shut up and do it. THAT'S how we know that you know, yes? What you DO speaks so loudly we can't hear a word you're saying.
How funny, when people think they understand something, not realizing there is inevitably a second, and even a third more profitable meaning to every intelligent statement that a human being can
utter. It applies to all wisdom.
As for "write why not;" it's simple, and powerful, and here's how it works.
If there is anything on this planet it would please you to have or do in the next few days, weeks, or months, one thing that would really please you that you're not now experiencing, just hush up and write why
not; why you don't have it now or why you think you can't have it.
You're invited to tap into this hugely effective technique. Write
why not. What are the obstacles? Why isn't it happening in your life? Why not? Why don't you have it?
Whatever the answer is, put it on paper. Write why not
If there' s something in life that you want but don't have, there are one or more identifiable things that are preventing you from actually smelling it,
having it seeing it, tasting it, playing it, painting it, feeling it, hearing it, whatever. Write down the one or more identifiable things that are preventing you from having it. Stop yammering and do it now. Write
This makes it much easier to focus on solving them, or resolving them, one by one, until you achieve it. It's so simple that we fail to see the forest for the trees. Knowing it
means little until you're doing it. When you write why not, you are writing a map. You've never in your life arrived at any intentional destination without a map in your head or hands, or somebody else's.
There's no such thing as an accident, and the sooner you understand that the better off you are. A car collision is no accident: it is the result of not
looking, or going too fast, or responding too slowly, or a hundred other excuses. There is only one reason for failure in anything. It is called insufficient effort. Everything else is an excuse.
You don't get to the milk store without creating an intentional, mental map of using your legs to carry you to your car, getting into the car, turning on the engine, and the thousand actions involved in getting there. Every one of these individual tasks is the result of uncountable millions and millions and millions of separate electrical instructions, all mapped out in our head.
We're so good at these little skills that we take them for granted.
they are little skills doesn't change the fact that they're highly technical, complicated skills, accomplished ONLY through the use of millions and millions and millions and even hundreds of millions and more hundreds of millions of intensely
sophisticated neurons and muscles and bones and fingers and feet and eyeballs and ears and toes and so much more.
Use this tiny skill immediately in order to begin producing immediate results. Write why not.
When we see our obstacles in writing, and then go back to the mental image that was created the moment you said out loud what you want, you are
stimulated to make action today, and then take action today that will bring you one and two and three steps closer than where you're at right now in relation to what it is you want.
Let me repeat: when we see our
obstacles written down, and then connect them to the mental picture of having it already, it constitutes an actual stimulus to resolving those obstacles, so that you can get the feeling you get in that mental video. It's so simple to begin here, and get
faster fruit. Stop talking. Please, don't tell us what you can do. Show us what you can do. Better yet, show the most important face you'll ever see in any mirror.
Write why not
Who knows? Maybe it'll even take you to creating a written list of people and agencies that can help you to make it
happen. Either way, we'll know today, won't we? We already know that every significant or difficult journey requires a written plan, called 'a map.'
We already understand that no decent home can be built without a written
plan, called 'a blueprint,' correct?
Zig Ziglar used to point out that every great wedding must first be plotted and planned on paper, from lists of food, drink, flowers, etc... to the invitations and RSVP's. He suggested, "Maybe that's why
weddings tend to be so successful, and marriages tend to be so unsuccessful: one is planned, in writing; the other is not.
Ultimately, we have to know where we're going if we want and intend to get there. Would any of us argue this point in a
In truth, it's vital to the journey, and ultimate destination of, every human life... ... to plan it out properly, and in writing.
You see, my friend, when we don't know precisely where we're going, we'll most
probably end up somewhere else, won't we? So please, for your sake, go ahead... write why not.