Wow – talk about a big response to my “No Resolutions,
No Goals” email. Some agree wholeheartedly. Others are
shook up, even worried that my comments are in conflict with
Those who assume a conflict missed the following section of
“In fact, in reviewing what Dr. Maxwell Maltz taught in his classic,
Psycho-Cybernetics, as well as in Zero Resistance Living, he was DOING what
I am now doing. He just wasn’t spelling it out or teaching it [by this I mean
he wasn’t explaining the how or why behind it].
In reviewing my many successes over the years, I have come to the
conclusion that I was MOST effective when I stumbled upon and used,
albeit unconsciously, the very same things that Dr. Maltz did.”
Okay, so what exactly am I saying?
Am I saying you shouldn’t set goals?
What I am saying is your initial focus is NOT on the setting of
goals. Instead, it is placed on determining what your previous successes are – taking
time to relive them – THEN, based upon these truths, knowing how to add fuel
to your servo-mechanism … BEFORE you set a goal.
Why is it so many people experience frustration and failure with goal
It is because these people don’t relive past successes; fail to
express gratitude for what they’ve done and where they are; fail to let go of past
hurts, fail to ask compelling questions that force them to think in new ways – and fail
to spend time on a daily basis reviewing what they want to create.
Because so many people miss these elements, when they begin setting
goals their subconscious mind is NOT in the best emotional state, and this
leads to frustration. And so, it is key that you set the stage the Psycho-
Cybernetics way. You don’t simply make resolutions or set goals.
If you want to experience success in 2007 – then I suggest you enroll
in the Psycho-Cybernetics Success Group, where you’ll learn to lay the
foundation for success.
Go to http://www.psycho-cybernetics.com/success_group.html and enroll