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Stop Using Past Experience to Measure Future Success

 

Stop Using Past Experience to Measure Future Success

Your past experience provides a framework for thinking about the future. You can draw on that experience to gain perspective and avoid repeating mistakes. But measuring your future success by the yardstick of past experiences (particularly failures) can really sap your self-confidence. [Read more…]

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12 Ways to Focus On your Energy

How To Boost your EnergyFollowing on from Friday’s video by Tony Robbins on energy, here are 12 ways to focus on your energy brought to you by Dumb Little Man. Our productivity and focus are heavily affected by our energy levels so it’s really important to do everything we can to enhance them! If you’re a follower of any highly successful people, you’ll notice a clear trend between their energy and productivity. Richard Branson attributes his productivity to his morning exercise. Tony Robbins recommends exercise and starting every day with an “hour of power.”   [Read more…]

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Results, Purpose and Massive Action – Tony Robbins

Results, Purpose, Massive Action

Source: headachecare.com/goals.html

If you’re a regular on this site, you’ll have possibly noticed that I often refer to the world famous, peak performance coach, Tony Robbins. In relation to my post on Monday about The Power Of Goal Setting, this is a clip of him talking about the importance of being absolutely clear about what you want (Results), giving yourself a strong enough why (Purpose) and then taking Massive Action. [Read more…]

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The Power Of Goal Setting

Goal SettingDo you ever get to the end of a week, a month, or year (or heaven forbid, longer than a year) and wonder what on earth you’ve achieved or worse still, what you’re doing with your life? Have you ever been on a long drive and got so lost in your thoughts when it suddenly occurs to you that you haven’t remembered a certain section of your journey? It’s a scary feeling isn’t it? This is what happens to our lives when we don’t set goals and have something to aim for. What tends to happen is that we unknowingly put ourselves into a reactive state, rather than a proactive state. The power of goal setting  (and hitting them), enables us to take control of our lives so we end up doing what fulfills us most, so we live the life that we want to lead, rather than one as a passenger (so to speak).

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How To Find Happiness

How To Find HappinessDo you ever wonder what makes some people just appear really happy, all the time? If you’d like to know how to find happiness, then who would be better to learn from, other than the happiest man in the world? According to researchers at Wisconsin University, French Tebetan monk and molecular geneticist, Matthieu Ricard, is happier than every other person on the planet. (I do wonder how they concluded their findings to be absolute, but let’s roll with it for now.) [Read more…]

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Tony Robbins: Getting Focused And Clear

I’ve already featured this short clip on this site but it’s so important that I thought I’d share it again. In this short clip that I’ve entitled Tony Robbins: Getting Focused And Clear you’ll begin to understand the importance of focusing on what you want, not on what you don’t have, or don’t want. The more you focus on what you don’t want, the more you’ll attract that into your life.  He also explains how necessary it is to remove and resolve any inner conflicts and explains the ‘3 Pillars’.

Tony Robbins: Getting Focused And Clear

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Interview With Life Coach Tony Robbins

If there’s one thing that you absolutely must do today, it’s to take 10 minutes out to read this interview with life coach Tony Robbins.  He is the focus guru, the daddy of life coaches, the ‘high priest of human potential’ according to The New York Times.   What he says is congruent with The Law Of Attraction, and the idea of focusing on what you want, rather than what you don’t want.  The Interview is conducted by Marianne Schall for the Huffington Post.  She clearly knows her stuff as you’ll see in her informed questions and engaging responses.

Interview With Life Coach Tony Robbins

But, really, I think all people’s lives are controlled by three decisions. You look at people’s lives — it’s not their conditions, it’s their decisions. So everybody has a choice and every moment in your life you’re making three decisions. You’re making it while you’re listening to me right now. First one is ‘What are you going to focus on?’ You’re going to focus on what somebody is saying, what it means to you, you’re focusing on how much longer am I going to have to listen to this crap[laughs], you’re focusing on what you’re going to eat — you know, whatever it is, but whatever you focus on you’re going to feel. Now some people have a patterned focus and they focus on what they can’t control and some people focus on what they can. That one pattern alone can shift somebody from being depressed and feeling empowered. Some people’s pattern, for example, is focused on the past. Some patterns the focus almost always goes to the future. Some to the present. There’s no right or wrong, but whatever your pattern of focus is, it starts to control your whole life because it’s the first filter of everything. If your focus is on what you don’t have versus what you do have, it’s not hard to figure out what your life is going to be like. We don’t have to go any further than that and we can determine what your life is going to be like. You’re going to be miserable.

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There are a number of fantastic suggestions in this interview with life coach Tony Robbins.  One of my favourite is to go seven days without allowing negative thoughts take over your mind – to catch a negative or derogatory thought as soon as it enters your head.

And this quote:

And when you shift a person’s life, you shift it by changing the pattern of focus, the pattern of meaning and the pattern of action.

It would seem, that once you’ve removed negativity from your life, and “shift your focus” by focusing on what you want, rather than on what you don’t have, and appreciate what you have, that things will start to naturally steer towards your vision.  It’s obviously not quite as simple as that; you can’t just think and realise your goals.  It would appear though, that positive thinking and creating a vision, will encourage you to do whatever it takes to reach your goals.

Here’s a clip of Tony Robbins talking about shifting your focus:

Tony Robbins Shift Your Focus

 

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