It’s pretty hard to learn a new state of mind. Let’s say you want more mental and physical resilience. You could head over to a search engine, punch in ‘how to be tougher’ and wade through a billion pages to find the gold in the garbage.
Then you actually have to do the exercises.
What’s even harder is when you know something is missing but you don’t know what it is. It’s like… well, charisma isn’t the right words, it’s more of a… presence, I guess?
When you can’t even think of the word for it, you can’t Google it.
So, what do you do?
Buy a thesaurus?
Nah, that’s a rookie move.
Because whether you know exactly what you want or you just have a vague sense of it, there’s a much better strategy.
You start by thinking of someone who has what you want.
That’s easy enough, right? Even if you don’t know what it is, you can think of someone who has it.
(Because if you can’t, how do you know you want it?)
It couldn’t be simpler – which is a real feature of this system.
Of course, that’s only step one.
What’s step two?
It’s just as easy, once you know a little self-hypnosis.
And it’s something I lay out in this training guide.
It works better than almost anything else out there. And this one strategy works for any state of mind you can imagine.
Even those you can’t label.
Because if you can imagine it, you can imagine what your life will be like when you have more of it. What, I wonder, would that be worth to you?
Enough blathering, here’s the link: