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Tuesday, January 8th, 2013
So last night I’m sitting quietly watching a junior college pitcher train like a madman. He’s focused, intense and throwing the ball hard.
And he’s going for personal velocity records.
He throws several balls at 87 and 88 mph. And the pitching coach is encouraging him big time. But he doesn’t look like he’s got the juice to break any records.
Being there were only two guys training (I guess everyone else took the night off to watch Notre Dame get crushed) and the coach trusts me, I finally spoke up and revealed a couple secrets:
“Could I make a suggestion?” I asked.
“Sure, what is it.”
“Well, first let me ask. Where are you throwing the ball from.”
“From my hand.”
“I know that. But where’s your focus when you throw the ball. Where in your body do you feel a sense of your own energy.”
“In my head,” the young man said, pointing to his noggin.
“That’s what I thought,” i replied.
I stood up and walked toward him. “I’m wondering what will happen if you throw the ball with a different focus, with a different awareness.”
I noted that the athlete was very open to my suggestions, so I continued. I pointed to various power centers on his body (not his head) and gave him very brief instructions on how these centers work. Then I asked him to throw the ball again.
This time he threw it 90 mph.
The coach was blown away and gave me a hi-5.
Then I gave him new mental pictures of what to imagine when he throws the ball. He threw again. Once more, he added more velocity, hitting 91.5.
After this I gave him a different breathing pattern.
Once again, more velocity.
Then the coach switched drills – having him do a “turn and burn” – an exercise that yields maximum velocity. Just like before, the coach and the athlete are all ears, taking in my out of the box, Zen suggestions, applied to baseball.
Five minutes later the young man set another record, throwing the ball 100.2 mph.
Anyone who thinks what you picture in your mind doesn’t matter – doesn’t know what he’s talking about. What you imagine makes a monumental difference. How you see yourself, how you breathe, where you breathe from – all of this matters – and matters A LOT.
In sports today, there’s a ton of emphasis on mechanics. I would say that 99.9999 percent of what athletes are taught has to do with where you place your foot, your head and your hand. But there’s virtually nothing on what to picture, what to imagine and how to really use the biggest mechanism you have – your own mind.
Incidentally, when the athlete focused on the images I gave him, guess what happened. Not only did he throw harder, but his mechanics improved. He moved as one unit rather than a group of independent body parts. And boy, was he ever smooth.
I love it when I witness this change in athletes, especially when it happens in a matter of minutes.
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Monday, January 7th, 2013
A few days ago I wrote to exclaim how happy my family was to finally get some snow to play in. After three years of frustration, with Dad (me) guaranteeing he knew where the snow would be falling, he finally made the dream a reality for his children. I can’t measure how great it felt to see my son and daughter laughing while sled riding and making snow angels – but if you live in snow country, I’m sure you can imagine it.
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Wednesday, September 19th, 2012
My goodness, you’d think it was Armageddon here in Tampa Bay.
After reading the headline “The End is Near” with a photo of a despondent, depressed and disgusted baseball player on the Rays team – I’m sure some might think it really is the end of the whirld.
A year ago, the team was filled with optimism despite having about as much chance of making the playoffs as a dog has for solving quadratic equations.
But this year, negativity abounds. A week ago, when the team lost to the Orioles, the same key player pictured in “The End is Near” was quoted as saying, “We cannot lose anymore games.”
Wait a second, you’ve got three weeks left and you’re talking about all the games for the rest of the season. Whatever happened to take one game at a time. Look at the future but live in the present.
One of the big keys to success in life, in any arena, is knowing when to stop looking ahead. And the answer is “most of the time.”
Yes, you set goals for the future. You picture them, you think about them, you even make plans on how you’re going to achieve them. But most of the time you’ve got to live in the present because that’s all you ever have anyway.
The future is pictured in the now. The past is remembered in the now. And the now takes place in the now.
Earlier today a good friend, who played in the MLB for many years and owns a World Series ring, called and said, “Hey, I was watching one of your players in the game the other day.”
“Yeah,” I said. “What’d you think?”
“I think he doesn’t want to be out there. He’s just putting in his time. And his attitude has infected the whole team. They’re all playing like they want to get the season over with.”
“You know, I never thought of it that way,” I replied. “But I think you’re right.”
“Look at it this way, this guy is supposed to be a club house leader. He’s a veteran player. And if he doesn’t care, what message do you think is trickling down to everyone else on the team.”
A few days ago I was mentoring a business man facing the very same issue. He has someone on his staff who is negative, and the bad vibe has infected the entire office.
What to do?
Fire the person or see if you can turn him around.
Turning around someone’s negativity is a job you don’t want to wish on anyone. It’s no easy task.
Because the person who is negative rarely wants to change. So the best thing you can do is make yourself better – and those who want to be around your positive influence will change because they want to – not because you told them they better do so.
You cannot afford to keep negative people around because they tend to make everything around them worse rather than better. Despite all your valiant attempts to pull others up, chances are excellent you’ll only be brought down in the process.
This is why “environment” is so important to success. It trumps genetics. It trumps natural talent. It trumps who you know and what you study.
If you associate with people who are good at what they do, they’ll make you better. If you associate with people who are great at what they do, they’ll make you greater. And if you get around those who’ve mastered something, you to can rise to the level of master.
The opposite is also true. Run with chickens and you’ll become fearful. Swim with flounder and you’ll become bottom feed. Any success you may have while going in the wrong current with the wrong school will be a “fluke.”
In life, as well as in baseball, you don’t look too far into the future. You don’t play three weeks worth of games, today. You take care of today’s game NOW. You take care of the next pitch NOW.
And you play the game one breath at a time.
Set goals for yourself – but focus on today, this moment. Right now.
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Thursday, September 6th, 2012
If you believe that success is mostly genetic, you’re not going to like today’s message.
I’m continually amazed at the number of people, including coaches and teachers, who’ve been sold and continue to perpetuate the genetics lie.
The lie goes like this: “There’s no real explanation or duplicatable method for Johnny or Jamie’s success. They’re more gifted than others. They have
the right genes.”
This type of thinking does far more harm to the psyche of a human being than teaching someone bad physical form or improper mechanics.
Without realizing it, coaches, teachers and parents tell young children that they can never be great, they can never overcome the odds, that you either have it or you don’t.
Thank goodness I never heard this message when I was growing up.
I didn’t have parents who talked this way. Or coaches. Instead, I was surrounded by people who believed you could accomplish great things in life if you had the right environment.
That’s right. The right ENVIRONMENT.
NOT the right GENES.
In Derek Jeter’s book, The Life You Imagine, he wrote about wanting to play shortstop for the New York Yankees, from the time he was eight years old.
He thought about it, dreamt about it, visualized it and worked toward it. And the day he announced his intention to his parents, they told him that he could do it but he’d have to work very hard at it for a long time.
Note: Jeter’s parents did NOT tell him, “You’re too skinny. You’re not very big. And no one in our bloodline has ever played professional sports.”
Instead, his parents nurtured his desire – and ten years later, Jeter was drafted by the very team he imagined playing. Two years after being drafted, he made it to the big show. And 18 years later, he’s still playing for this same team.
This year, at 38 years of age, he’s hitting better and running faster than he has in years.
When he was a senior in high school, Derek weighed 155 pounds. Not exactly the size you’d expect to make it to the major leagues.
Yet, he worked and worked and worked – and still does. And part of his work was the use of his imagination. Every day, he imagined being where he is now.
In the book, The Biology of Belief, cellular biologist, Bruce H. Lipton, blows the genetics theory to smithereens. In his work he uncovered something interesting.
Your genes are activated or made dormant by your ENVIRONMENT.
What this means is that you may very well have the genes to succeed – but if you don’t have anyone who nurtures you, trains you, teaches you and believes in you – your talent will not fully express itself.
It all comes down, in many cases, to the famous Mark Twain line, “Talent (genetics) is useless without training, thank God.”
I know a boy who threw a baseball 54 mph when he was 10. This velocity was decent for his age group, but certainly not remarkable. In fact, others in his age group in, he was far from being the hardest thrower on the team.
But he had a father who believed in him and worked on his velocity. His father didn’t believe in the genetics myth. He believed you could set a goal and systematically work toward it.
Today, this same boy is seen as a genetic freak by many parents and coaches. Why. Because he’s throwing over 70 mph at age 12.
His father is not derailed by this type of thinking whatsoever. He knows that proper training is the biggest factor in making improvements. Success begins in your imagination then extends into your daily actions and habits.
If I can get you to picture what you want, I have a shot at helping you get there.
But if I can block your vision with images of genetics being the make-or-break factor, then your chances of success diminish within seconds.
If you want to improve your life, regardless of the area, think about creating a success environment in your imagination first. Then create it in physical reality.
Avoid all coaches, teachers and trainers who claim that success is genetic. Listening to them is like eating poison. You cannot succeed if you’re being programmed to believe that getting to the top is out of your control.
P.S. For the ultimate course in the use of your Creative Imagination, be sure to pick up the Zero Resistance Living System.
P.P.S. Other recommended reading material would be Expect to Win – Hate to Lose and The Unbeatable Man.
Monday, June 25th, 2012
Before my wife, Zhannie, emigrated to the United States from China, she always ended her messages the same way, “Bu yao tai nu li gong zuo.”
Translation: Don’t work too hard.
This statement always bothered me. I didn’t like it because I honestly believed that ‘hard work’ was the key to success in anything. Today, I have a different way of looking at the ‘hard work’ principle, and I’ll explain how in a moment – but first, what did Zhannie mean when she said, “Don’t work too hard.”
One day, while taking it easy at the aluminum factory in her hometown, Zhannie’s good friend was working hard in the assembly line.
Suddenly, an explosion.
The lady’s face caught on fire. She suffered third-degree burns. And never left the house again, other than to see a doctor, for more than ten years.
The woman’s beautiful face instantly scarred for life. And with the communist system of income, you can imagine the health care she received for her wounds.
Shabby at best. Until the doors opened to capitalism and doctors arrived who could perform the complicated operation she needed.
Under a non-capitalistic system, very few high-level doctors – or the money to pay a specialist if there was one.
Why no high-level doctors?
No incentive. Everyone got paid the same, no matter what.
Another worker lost his arm while working hard. Others lost their lives. In fact, my wife saw so much death when she lived in China she was numb to it. Life was not precious.
Everyone was the same. Just an egg shell to be discarded.
So my wife’s refrain: “Don’t work too hard” – meant the same as the Chinese saying, “Yi lu ping an.” Travel safely.
Safety was valued far more than hard work. Don’t take a risk. Don’t do anything in which you could get hurt or injured.
When Zhannie came to the U.S. she no longer believed in the “Don’t work too hard,” slogan. She believed in taking risks, in doing whatever she could to make life better for herself.
At one time she held three jobs. She worked part-time in three different restaurants. She went to school at an Adult school to learn English. Later on she attended a junior college to learn more.
And she encouraged me to take risks, to write books, to give seminars, to increase my income and so on. She never said, “Don’t work too hard” to me AFTER she moved to the U.S.
Years later, when I began teaching Psycho-Cybernetics and Zero Resistance Living on this website, in my products and at LIVE coaching programs, Zhannie dived into the subject with enthusiasm.
From me she learned that the key to success is proper use of your imagination and something I call the Law of Practice.
Dr. Maltz called it “practice, practice, practice.”
But not hollow practice.
Enthusiastic practice. Putting your body, mind and soul into what you’re doing – but doing so in a relaxed way.
All great achievers do what they do in a spirit of calm and relaxation. They may pay lip service to the slogan, “It’s ALL HARD WORK” – but the reality is that when you work hard and are not relaxed – you’re not very effective.
The best of the best understand this. So next time you hear “it’s all hard work” coming from the mouth of the champion athlete or successful businessman – ask for video footage of him in action.
While watching him, you’ll discover an amazing fact: Even in the heat of battle, even when time is of the essence, even when your life may be on the line – the winners are those who make what they’re doing look easy.
Two summers ago I watched a man in Xinjiang Province in China walk a tight rope. I also watched him run on the tight rope. And I watched in awe as he stood upon a chair. He made the seemingly impossible look easy.
First, he imagined being the tight rope walker he became.
Second, he practiced more than anyone else until he became that person.
Relaxed, enthusiastic practice is the key to greatness.
Are you relaxed? Are you enthusiastic? Are you willing to practice more than anyone else?
Then nothing can or will stop you from becoming a successful human being.
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Friday, June 22nd, 2012
Imagine this: You’ve written the script for a movie and you’re trying to come up with a title.
You have no earthly idea what the title will be – so you look over your script again and ask, “What’s the movie about?”
And you still have no answer.
So you ask yourself, “What are the characters in the movie doing – and who are they?”
This question gives you an answer: Eat Drink Man Woman.
And that becomes the title for your movie.
Now, I don’t know for sure that this was the process used to come up with the title for the Chinese movie I saw about 15 years ago – but I think it almost had to be.
It’s a bad title – and a great one – at the same time.
And it captured the interest of a lot of people.
Well, how’d you like to capture the interest of the masses with a book, DVD, course or movie?
How’d you like to publish your work on your own and sell a million copies of it?
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Sunday, June 17th, 2012
Note: Two days ago, Early to Rise featured a piece I wrote for Father’s Day in 2007. As I read the article I was caught totally off-guard. I’ve written many emails over the past 12 years, and it’s easy to lose track of what you wrote. And sometimes, it’s not just “what” I wrote, but an overwhelming feeling of “WHO” wrote it.
This is what happens when you’re in THE ZONE. You’re living in the present moment to such a degree that no ego is attached to what you’re doing. Reminders or flashbacks are wonderful. So, I’m thankful to ETR for republishing this one – and I think it appropriate to send it your way once again. After all, if I forgot I wrote this one – chances are you’d like to re-read it as well.
Best Advice a Father Can Give
It hit me like a ton of bricks.
I couldn’t believe I’d “missed” it before. I’d read the book many, many times – but this time was different. A “secret”
was revealed to me – and today I’m going to give it to YOU.
If you are open and receptive to this passage – you can expect a major breakthrough from what you are about to read.
I suggest you be OPEN.
Here’s the passage:
“Psychologist David Seabury says that the best piece of advice his father ever gave him was to practice positive mental imagery – immediately and “on cue,” so to speak, whenever he became aware of negative feelings. Negative feelings literally defeated themselves by becoming a sort of “bell” which set off a conditioned reflex to arouse positive states of mind.”
Now read this passage again. It comes from the 35-million copy best-seller, Psycho-Cybernetics.
Pay particular attention to the following words: “the best piece of advice his father ever gave him…”
Those words set the tone for for what the rest of the passage reveals.
Why. Because whenever something is the “best piece of advice” someone can give you – especially your father, it had better be GOOD.
In reading this passage I not only see this as the best advice I can give my son – but myself, and everyone I teach at my seminars and in my coaching programs.
So many people wonder why I am always so calm, cool and collected. Many wonder how I am able to speak before a crowd in a non- chalant, totally relaxed way and still have everyone totally riveted.
Most of the reason is because I have no thoughts of resistance when I speak. I’m not concerned about offending anyone. I’m not even trying to get people to like me. I am simply ME, take it or leave it.
Very few people are this way. They’re trying to figure out how to get others to approve of them or like them. Not a good strategy because the more you NEED others to like you the less they will like you.
Same goes with money. The more you NEED it – the more it will stay away from you. Money and friends go where they are wanted – not where they are NEEDED. There is a world of difference between want and need. One attracts. The other repels.
Even if you think you NEED money or NEED friends, so long as you have this thought you are in a repelling state of mind. Never NEED anything. Want is all you want. Want comes from a vibration of “I’m happy already and I’d like to have this, too.” Need comes from a vibration of “I’m miserable and frustrated and I need this thing to make me happy.”
Become aware of negative NEED feelings when they arise – and if and when they do – learn, through practice, to have these feelings immediately trigger the thought to change your vibration into a “feel good” one.
Most people have never been taught this by their fathers – or by any other teacher. They’ve been taught to set goals, to have a burning desire, to be optimistic and have a positive attitude.
But what do you do when you look at your bank statement, or your finances and you immediately begin to feel bad? What do you do when the reality of your situation begins ruining your day? What do you do when you’re feel frustrated, fearful and worried? You do what Dr. Seabury’s father told him to do and what I’m telling you to do.
First, you “recognize” that you are feeling bad.
Second, you understand that this “feel bad” vibration REPELS what you say you want. Your want is not a want. It’s a need that comes with the expectation of something outside of yourself making you happy.
Third, you recognize that this “feel bad” imagery sends a signal to the Universe that you cannot be happy “for no particular reason.” And that’s not good.
There is a balancing act you are to learn between having a burning desire and having a desire that burns you.
On the one hand having a burning desire creates the necessary mind-set that will create the thing you want. On the other hand, if the desire is connected to “I’m miserable unless I have this thing” – then you are chasing success and that success will always run faster than you do.
Your objective is to attract success; not to chase it. Chasing success is repelling success. You never get what you are chasing. At the end of the month you always come up short; you always need a quick fix. And fixes don’t fix anything.
Several years ago a man sent me an email in which he said I was “chasing the almight dollar.” I had no idea what he was talking about. I couldn’t even form a mental image of myself doing what he was writing about.
What the man was saying was a reflection of what HE thought I was doing.
He was wrong. When I chased the almight dollar – and I did that for years – I had no money. When I stopped chasing and learned to attract it – it flowed into my life so fast I was nearly knocked over.
Continually alter and improve your mental pictures so that dollars are chasing you. Anytime you begin feeling as if you’re no longer attracting – then look at what you’re picturing in your mind and see if you’re repelling more than you’re attracting.
At all times the forces of attraction and repulsion are at play. It’s simply a matter of how strong the forces are. If you’re repelling energy is stronger you go deeper into debt. If your attraction force is stronger you get wealthier. If both are equally strong, you feel “stuck.”
Now the question is, what do I do if I am repelling more than I’m attracting?
1. You change the way you feel by changing the mental picture you have of your situation. Everytime you feel the negative feeling, it’s an alarm that triggers a positive one. A bell goes off inside. “Uh, oh. Not good. Change the mental picture.” You do this over and over and the feel bad vibe lasts less than a second and you’re back to feeling good. Essentially, no one will ever know you even visited the feel bad emotion. It was “here and gone” in the time it takes to click a new photograph.
2. Begin each day with Theatre of the Mind exercises so that you go through the whole day without resistance. Don’t just read positive messages or books. DO the exercises. Stand before the mirror and speak. Picture what you want when you speak. Sit in a chair and use your creative imagination. Recall previous successes and link them to your future.
3. Have a burning desire in mind, a goal. But at the same time don’t expet the goal to give you happiness. You don’t let the desire burn you by feeling bad if you don’t have it yet. In fact, even though you WANT the goal and put your heart and soul into creating what you want – you are also able to “walk away” from the goal emotionally. There is no expectation of your desire giving you anything other than the thing you desire. For example, if you want more money – you don’t expect more money to give you happiness. You simply want more money – and you put yourself into happiness mode
If you’re happy even though you don’t yet have in your possession the thing you want – then you are attracting it to you.
If you’re unhappy because you don’t yet have in your possession the thing you NEED – then you are repelling it.
So get happy NOW – not later.
Recognize that fear, frustration and angst are only there to help you change course. They’re there to help you see that your mental picture is off-target. Put the right mental image back onto the screen of your mind and watch how the Universe lines things up in your favor.
Quick note: Theatre of the Mind is a technique I’ve championed with much success. I’ve find it to work for virtually any area of your life. You can learn to use it in the powerhouse Zero Resistance Living System.
Friday, May 11th, 2012
This week I worked with many different clients whom I mentor privately. Some meet with me in person. Some speak to me over Skype or by phone. Some do a combination of the above. All are raving about the guidance they are getting and this makes my day.
One young man has a book that is one of the hottest products I’ve seen in a long time, but he doesn’t quite know how to market it. Another is pulling in over 100K per month and he attributes much of it to what he’s learned from me. Another has an idea but needs guidance on how to complete it and get it rolling.
For 10 years I ran a number of Mastermind coaching groups, and you can see the raving testimonials I got from people in the group here. But the ULTIMATE mastermind is done privately. It’s a mentorship between master and student/client. It’s the FASTEST way to spring ahead.
Being mentored privately was how I developed as an athlete and martial artist, as well as an entrepreneur. Yes, the group meeting style has it’s pluses – but the biggest positive of all is still the time you get one-on-one.
If what I’ve described above lights you up and makes you want some of that – then go watch the video I put up for you and be sure to fill out the form and send it in pronto.
I look forward to serving you.
Thursday, May 10th, 2012
Every blessing contains a curse, and every curse, a blessing. That’s the realization I put into words recently.
Think about it. Think of any strength you may have, whether it is superior intellect, athletic skill, musical or artistic talent – you name it. Rest assured, along with your skills you’ll find a few things you wish weren’t part of the deal.
If some of your blessings are material, I can assure you there will be people who feel entitled to a piece of what you have. And if you’re fortunate enough to use a talent you have to acquire material wealth, don’t expect everyone to respect you. Some will hate you for no other reason than you appear to have MORE than they have.
Now let’s look at the “curse” side of the equation.
How can a curse contain a blessing. Well, it does, if you’re brave enough to look for it.
Let me give you an example: A young man I coach told me how he lost his job. He got fired. When I spoke to him by phone he was really down. And when I told him that losing his job was “good” – he was stunned.
Huh? he thought.
I continued: “Now you’re in the perfect position to start your own business, to become an entrepreneur. Now you can do the things you’ve always wanted
The man thought I was smoking weed. He didn’t see himself as an entrepreneur. He didn’t believe he had any business skills.
But he followed my lead and persisted.
As of today, this young man has been self-employed for nearly 10 years. He turned a curse into a blessing – by looking for it.
Over the years I’ve written extensively about my highs and lows, my good and bad times. I’ve written about my successes and my failures.
This week has definitely been a challenging one. I’ve been stung a few times.
At the same time, this week has been one of growth. It’s been a week where I learned to “forgive and forget” at a higher level. It’s been a week of “let’s move on.” It’s been a week when the phone has rung with fresh opportunities to begin again – to take skills to the next level.
It’s not easy looking for blessings out of curses. It’s not easy looking for the good in a mistake you made, a blunder you caused or a failure you feel badly about.
It’s also not particularly exciting to know that your skills, abilities and/or blessings in life are not looked at favorably by others.
But it’s part of life and you either accept it or reject it.
One of the key phrases I learned from Dr. Maxwell Maltz goes as follows: “I may be a mistake maker, but I’m also a mistake breaker.”
In my case, this statement is definitely true. In fact, as part of a visualization, I can go back in time and relive something I did that I regret. And as I look at it
with objective eyes, I can repeat to myself, “Mistake Maker – Mistake Breaker.”
This will get me over the hump.
If I follow this statement with the question: What’s good about this? – then my mind will begin searching for a blessing. And it will find one.
Will this blessing have a potential negative attached to it. Well, sure. So what to do.
Rise above it by focusing on the blessings. When you do this, you’ll find it far, far easier to weather the negatives.
P.S. To learn how to go from being a Mistake Maker to a Mistake Breaker who gets the ultimate out of life, be sure to order the Zero Resistance Living Course. It’ll calm you down, cool you off and help you make the most of any situation you find yourself in.
Thursday, May 3rd, 2012
For 10 years I ran a number of Mastermind coaching groups. I had the great honor of helping many, many people find success.
Last fall, though, I switched my approach to one-on-one mentoring because of all the time spent with my children, watching them and coaching them.
At the present people I work with get undivided attention – and this is much more powerful than the group effect – which is saying a lot.
Anyway, I’ve put up a page where you can apply to be mentored by me.
Go watch the video and be sure to fill out the form and send it in pronto.
I look forward to serving you.
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