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Archive for the month “April, 2012”

Using my ‘Money Magic’ Concept

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This post describes my Money Magic concept. This concept brings together two powerful resources I have developed.

The money part refers to a great idea for making money. This part is provided by my free website, www.MoneyMagic1-2-3.com

The magic part refers to the personal powers that are needed to exploit the money making idea. This part is provided by my low-cost ebook, Magic Success Secrets.

Why businesses fail

It is my contention that the failure of so many small business firms in the first few years has a simple explanation. The owner may not have a business idea that can satisfy the market demand. In addition, the owner may lack the personal powers needed to face and overcome common business problems. It is my hope that my Money Magic concept and resources can help people succeed with their own small business.

How businesses can succeed

Regardless of economic conditions, people still want their needs and desires satisfied. Of course, the amount they are able to pay may be lower than normal. The product (information, merchandise, or service) must deliver real value. That is, it must satisfy the needs and desires of available customers at a price they can afford. This is my definition of a quality product.

Delivering a quality product

I am constantly amazed at how often business managers, even of large well-known firms, seem not to care about the quality of their products. They have a choice of how to use the resources that are available to them. They can use them to produce quality products. Else, they can use them to bribe and coerce their way to market domination. The first choice is the better way to go, and it is available to anyone.

If you are able to deliver a quality product, you have a chance at a successful business. If the required business activities use your own talents and fulfill your own desires, then your chances of success are even better.

Yes, I Can

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This posting can help you solve your problems.

Solving problems

It happened again. I had a very tough problem I could not solve. I tried searching on the Internet but what I found was mostly people wanting to sell me something. Then the magic happened. My subconscious mind came through with a solution. It seems to have considered all my needs and circumstances. First I have some preliminary work to do – then I’ll put this solution into action.

Have you ever had some problem that you couldn’t seem to solve? Why not try putting that old reliable tool into action. That tool, of course, is your subconscious mind. It can be your ever faithful slave. It has an unlimited storehouse of information and it can be very creative.

Using my method

Let me explain how to use your subconscious mind. There are certain rules you must follow.

1. Carefully review a written statement of the problem for several minutes.

2. Expect your subconscious mind to solve the problem.

3. Don’t be concerned about the problem any more.

4. Go to sleep so your subconscious mind can review the problem and find possible solutions.

5. When a possible solution to the problem pops into your conscious mind after a few days, try it out.

Why my method works

The above steps show your subconscious mind that you are serious about getting the problem solved.

Now you know the basics. You can use this method to start training your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind wants to help out. You just have to follow the above rules.

Overcoming the Reality Illusion

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There could be a rainbow in your future showing the way to a better life. First though, you may have to overcome the reality illusion. This is the illusion that misrepresents what you can achieve in life. I call this an illusion because it is based on beliefs rather than reality. It is based on opinions rather than facts.

Source of the reality illusion

The reality illusion is present when the beliefs used by your subconscious mind to interpret reality do not reflect your true abilities, desires, and possibilities. You may have unknowingly acquired limiting beliefs early in life. When you were growing up you needed these limiting beliefs to protect yourself from possible dangers. These limiting beliefs are hidden away in your subconscious mind. They are not readily available to your conscious mind. About the only way to discover if you have these limiting beliefs is to review your accomplishments in life. If you are dissatisfied with your surroundings, you probably are being held back by limiting beliefs.

Overcoming the reality illusion

Most of my previous posts explain various ways to overcome the reality illusion. Each post, in its own way, demonstrates how to overcome the reality illusion and/or override your limiting beliefs. Each paragraph below has a link to the actual post, along with a short summary of the topics and/or methods discussed in that post. This lets you choose any post you want to explore.

How to improve your life – Shows the five steps for attaining a goal or accomplishing a difficult task. Provides valuable insights about the various steps.

Secrets of the subconscious mind – Reveals the difference between the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. Explains why the beliefs held in your subconscious mind are not readily available to your conscious mind.

Getting what you want from life – Talks about deciding to take charge of your life and deciding what you want from life. Shows how to overcome the artificial barriers to taking charge of your life. Explains how to discover your natural talents and true desires.

Using goals to guide your life – Explains the benefits of goals, how to choose meaningful goals, and how to achieve your goals. Provides two powerful methods to assist you in achieving your goals. One method uses deadlines and mileposts to encourage and track your progress. Another method uses visualizations to empower your subconscious mind.

Using Goals to Guide Your Life

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Goals can be very helpful in guiding your life toward your dreams. I suppose you might believe that goals aren’t very useful because many people never achieve their goals. However, part of the purpose of this blog is to help you select and achieve your goals.

This post has three main parts. First, it shows some of the benefits of  goals. Then it helps you select suitable goals. Finally, it helps you attain  your goals.

The benefits of goals

Goals have many benefits. They give direction to your life. Goals can take  you from where you are to where you want to be.

Goals can increase your self-confidence and expand your comfort zone. They  can bring new meaning to everyday life. They can help you exploit opportunities  that appear with changes in technology or the economy. They can help you get out  of a rut.

If you feel you have no future, goals can give you a future. If you have had  failures in life, that doesn’t matter. Failures only show where you lacked  suitable skills or didn’t feel excited by the activities.

Choosing meaningful goals

A goal is a statement of something to be achieved. This statement should be  clear, definite, and compelling. The goal should be both doable and desirable.  It should give you excitement and pleasure. It should be worth the effort,  expense, and risk needed to pursue it. If your goal doesn’t meet these  requirements, then you likely won’t achieve it or even attempt it.

When choosing your first few goals try for ones that you can achieve easily  and rapidly. These early successes will increase your self-confidence and  encourage you to try for goals that are more important.

To help you further in selecting worthwhile goals, here are some leading  questions to ask yourself:

  • What do I want out of life?
  • How can I put my abilities to best  use?
  • What things do I most enjoy doing?
  • What were the happiest times  in my life?
  • What accomplishments have given me the most satisfaction?
  • What goals can I accomplish with my existing capabilities and resources?

The answers to the above questions should help you in selecting goals to  improve your life.

Achieving your goals

This is the key to using goals improve your life. You actually have to  achieve them. Therefore, I am giving you two very powerful methods that will  help you achieve your goals.

1. Selecting mileposts and deadlines — If you aren’t used to achieving  goals, you probably need something to encourage you every so often. This method  uses mileposts and deadlines to remind you of what needs to be done and when it  should be completed.

A milepost is simply a way to divide a task into smaller pieces. Then you can  set a deadline to show when you should reach each milepost. As an example, here  is a simple way to divide a task into three portions.

The first portion would be all the research and other preparation work  required before actually starting the main task. This would include listing the  expected results or benefits from completing the task.

The second portion would be the main task itself. If this task has several  stages, you may choose to make the completion of each major stage into an  additional milepost.

The third portion would be any final activities required after you have  completed the main task. For example, you may want to verify that the desired  results or benefits of the task have been obtained.

After selecting and recording appropriate mileposts and deadlines, you need  to monitor the task to make sure that you are reaching these mileposts by their  deadlines.

2. Visualizing your achievement — A visualization is a guided daydream.  You decide what is to happen, and then you see it played out inside your mind.  As this daydream unfolds, allow yourself to feel the excitement and pleasure of  the activities involved in achieving your current goal. The repetition of this  visualization, along with your intense feelings, helps condition your  subconscious mind to accept this new reality.

You first need to create scenes to use for the visualization. These scenes  should show you working on your current goal, achieving the goal, and enjoying  its benefits. (Note: this is one reason to choose goals that give you excitement  and pleasure.) The more details and intense feelings you can think of the  better.

Now close your eyes and go into the visualization. See the actions, feel the  emotions. Let yourself laugh or smile if appropriate. Continue with this  visualization for several minutes.

This exercise should help you to keep working toward your goal. It should  also help your subconscious mind believe that you are capable of achieving the  goal.

Repeat this visualization three times a day for two weeks. Then use it once a  day until the idea of achieving your goal and having a better life feels  normal.

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