Your perception is your reality!

Discussion in 'Productivity and Motivation' started by DanoPano, Aug 6, 2009.

  1. DanoPano

    DanoPano New Member

    [​IMG]We all need to stay on course and focused on our objectives, and goals. For many of us, me included, this is easier said than done. But guess what? If you want to do something strong enough, it will get done.

    Your beliefs in yourself and in who you are affects how you behave and perform. Therefore, if you think you can or can't do it...You're right! Your perception is your reality.


    Daily working towards a goal is a mindset and a habit we all have to cultivate and embrace.

    I'm back from a bout with pneumonia and greater resolve! Let's just get it done!

  2. Matt Zenittini

    Matt Zenittini Silver Member

    Very good point =].

    Along those lines... These guys exaggerate a little bit but.

    I wouldn't buy their software though. Just download windows movie maker for free if you decide to do it. It's very easy.

    I made my Goal Movie about 2 mins 30 seconds long and its very motivational =].

    It helps to keep me on track and stay focused.

    Remember when writing your goals to write them present tense and POSITIVE. Never use negative words.

    Good Luck =].

  3. mountainmom5

    mountainmom5 Gold Member

    Matt Zenittini: Never use negative words.
    I agree... never use negative words. It is amazing what a positive attitude will do for a person... and the energy it creates around you.[​IMG]
  4. A8ch

    A8ch Gold Member

    DanoPano: Daily working towards a goal is a mindset and a habit we all have to cultivate and embrace.
    I agree totally! With the right attitude, a detailed plan and consistent action, you can accomplish anything/everything.

  5. Matt Zenittini

    Matt Zenittini Silver Member

    mountainmom5: I agree... never use negative words.
    Now I'm embarrassed =[. When you bolded it, it made me realize that "NEVER USE NEGATIVE" is negative lol.

    Correction: ALWAYS use positive =].

  6. Newbie Shield

    Newbie Shield Gold Member

    I agree with Hermas. Whenever I want to excel at anything, I approach it with the proper mindset and simply put my time in.

    That's the "secret" to online marketing and everything else for that matter.

    ~Newbie Shield~
  7. shmeeko69

    shmeeko69 Member

    It's so true about having a positive mindset & forgeting about all the negativity around you.
    I remember a famous multi millionaire saying that If he lost most of his wealth tomorrow he would'nt panic, the reason being is that, he know's the way to make good investment decisions & therefore would get it back quite quickly & has a healthy financial blueprint, programmed for success.
    He would never embark upon anything half heartedly & would give as much time as possible to any assignment. (He still works 14 hour days & he's worth about ??200m, so it's not the money that drives him, it's determination & motivation).

    Mark [​IMG]
  8. TCharmLady

    TCharmLady New Member

    Dan - you couldn't have said it any better!

    What I do every morning is get out of bed, drink a glass of water and while doing so I think of 3 positive things I will accomplish for the day. And it seems to work! [​IMG]

    My son even told his baseball coach, 'you sound just like my mom, very positive all the time' . . . . and I believe that is a very good thing, right?

    Positive = Productivty Motivation = Much Success!
  9. apartmentsturk

    apartmentsturk New Member

    Great advice whether just starting out or for those who have more experience.
  10. Singapoor

    Singapoor New Member

    Matt Zenittini: Along those lines... These guys exaggerate a little bit but.

    Aha, I know (of) these guys! They actually went through the 30DC followed by Frank Kern's Mass Control program. (Long story short, Ed Dale sent out a link to Frank's program this spring and their testimonial was in there with them endorsing MC). Randomness... but I found it strange when I clicked the link that it was them.

    I agree. And many write this topic off as too "New Agey" or as not tangible enough to stand behind. But it's actually simple to see, when you really look at things, that if you feel a certain way that those things can cloud your perception.

    For instance, I have a really good friend who is overweight. In the past, her reality was feeling that since she is fat, men aren't attracted to her. Strangely, she would often get male attention when we went out but wouldn't NOTICE it. What she DID notice was when men would flirt with stick figures. And when I'd manage to catch the guys in action and point out the male attention she was getting, she'd write it off as "Oh him? He's old that's why he's flirty - he'll flirt with anything." Or "He's a brother, brother's like big butts is all." etc. Even her coworker who'd been trying to court her for ages got written off for various reasons.

    In quite a few facets of life, we tend to put blinders on and only see the negative, which is really a pity. There can be a thin line between self-delusion seeing the positive side of things - but I, personally, like to err on the side of positivity while simultaneously re-evaluating ever so often [​IMG].

    Sorry for the ramble (got a bit lengthy there).
  11. TCharmLady

    TCharmLady New Member

    I'm glad to be surrounded with so many positive people. [​IMG]

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