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What do you see? What is that marvellous brain of yours actually looking at?

 

 

There is a new and more rewarding life waiting for everyone

What if you could take your knowledge, your life experience, and your unique gifts and turn them into the dream lifestyle you are seeking?

You have the choice of switching to something you want and need to watch or, just let the projector go with the same old pictures.

Start looking at what you really want and bring it into focus. The inspiration for a new lifestyle vision will usually be directly tied to the amount of self-confidence you and your family have.

If you want to move forward perhaps it’s time to project some new pictures. Take quality time to understand what is going on your world, otherwise, it becomes too difficult continuing to swimming against the tide.

Many of the skills needed to meet these challenges focus on communication with your family, friends and potential customers. Any kind of business “can be too hard doing it by yourself”.

 

“The same old movies get the same old outcomes. New movies equal new outcomes and you move forward”.  Peter Sergeant

 

It is also fair to say that in many scenarios you find will find yourself having to form new relationships with individuals with diverse backgrounds and personalities. It can be difficult changing without some external help.

 

Use your imagination

Just imagine, you finally get a new picture in your mind, that generates an exciting long-term future, builds your confidence and finally starts making you the income you want with the lifestyle you only dreamt about.

Your old pictures are both important and revealing. They are a culmination of all the experiences you have on which to build a better future.

Like a thermometer reading, they reflect your overall aspirations and the difficulties you have had. Never worry about being different, that could be where your opportunities lay.

 

Making changes

Steven Covey says, “If you want small changes in your life, work on your attitude. But if you want big and primary changes, work on your paradigm”. Stephen Covey

Whatever is in your computer files is probably all you focus on. Determine the quality of the information and knowledge you store on your computer and then look for information that will help you drive your future. What would you love to start creating today?

It can be hard to comprehend new ideas and opportunities, which is why you need to re-run the new pictures and even get some help in order to understand before you take action.

Commence designing and building the future you dream about, become aware and start living it. It’s your life and it’s not a ‘dress rehearsal’. I firmly believe everyone has something special to offer, something that’s unique to them if only they will take the time to look.

The people who inspired you made you feel you could achieve your lifestyle vision. People aren’t motivated when you let them know they aren’t good enough or have enough resources to achieve their lifestyle vision.

You should accept people for who they are if you expect them to take on new lifestyle challenges. Accept people where they are before challenging them to go where they haven’t been.

 

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When you’re at the end of your rope, and can’t visualise the lifestyle you want, tie a knot in the rope, hold on and make a start by writing a list of all the things you would like in a lifestyle.

Treat it as if you are designing a new home. What would you like your lifestyle to look like? Where would you like to locate it? How many rooms would you like and what special features would you like? When would you like to start building it?

If you don’t have a lifestyle vision, don’t become depressed. People who are depressed can’t imagine what it’s like to not be depressed. It is as though they have forgotten what it is like to be happy.

However, non-depressed people can imagine what it is like to be depressed, they seem to recall the state more clearly.

If you really want to switch on your lifestyle vision, avoid negativity and negative people. Criticism and negativity seldom inspire people to take on new challenges. Everyone who has achieved anything owes a debt to someone who believed in them, so look for those people.

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