Yesterday I wrote the following in my journal:
“There is nothing getting in the way of what I have to
I wrote the following after noticing another mental
picture running around in my brain – and it wasn’t one
Here’s the full story:
On Tuesday I flew to Manhattan for a check-up on my
eye. On board the plane I outlined several things I was
going to write while in New York – including two new
chapters for a book.
When I got to my hotel and turned on my computer, an
assembly line of messages came my way – all of them
URGENT – screaming for my immediate attention.
And all of them could have waited or been ignored. I
know this for a fact after spending a month resting
to let my eye heal. Yet now that I am able to move
and get things done – I allowed myself to get sucked
into other peoples’ funnel clouds.
Two days later, when I boarded the plane to go home,
I had not written a single chapter.
Naturally I had a great excuse. I heard myself saying
it silently to myself. It goes like this:
“I would have gotten my writing done but things kept
getting in my way.”
Aha – you little devil. I caught you.
Would I take this excuse seriously from a coaching client.
Would I listen to the person who says, “I would have been
there but I had to … ”
99% of the time, no.
Yes, sometimes there are valid reasons. A new baby being
born. Death in the family. Emergency surgery. But almost
everything else is pure hogwash.
If you want to be there, you’ll be there and if you’re not there –
it’s because you formed mental images ahead of time that
led you to “an excuse” that you feel justifies your decision.
And the same goes with those two chapters. If I really wanted
to have them done, they’d be done. I would have told all the others:
“Listen, you don’t spring things on me last minute, with
no prior warning – and expect me to make it MY crisis.
Show a little respect for my time.”
I didn’t do that – but today I have another chance and I know
this won’t happen again. By Monday those two new chapters
will be done.
How do I know. I know because I’ve taken the time to consciously
analyze the situation, what I did wrong – and what I’ll do right next
I’ve also found the mental picture that was making
it “okay” to slack on what is most important to me.
What I have described is an example of finding out where you
have resistance to your own success – and making a decision
to remove it.
At every level of accomplishment there will be layers of resistance
you’ll want to remove. But the resistance isn’t on the outside. The
resistance is on the inside.
Yes, it will appear on the outside in the form of six million urgent
things to be done – but they only appear urgent because you’re
allowing them to occupy space in your mind.
If you change your mental picture from one of “things getting in the
way” to one of “nothing is in my way” – you’ll be astounded at how
quickly your excuses die a sudden death. You’ll be amazed to feel
what Zero Resistance Living truly is.
The reason I know what to do when I see a negative image is simple.
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The alternative: Continue picturing what you’ve always pictured – and
keep getting the same results.
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