Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Tuula Rands West Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada

Posted: 2016-08-29

Chapter 12 - The Subconscious Mind


"Our thoughts are mainly controlled by our subconscious, which is largely 
formed before the age of 6, and you cannot change the subconscious mind 
by just thinking about it. That's why the power of positive thinking will 
not work for most people. The subconscious mind is like a tape player. 
Until you change the tape, it will not change." that is a quote from  Bruce Lipton

When we come to Mentoring for Free we have had a tape playing in our subconscious 
mind for years and years.  We don't even know we have this tape player
playing and when we are told we need "Think and Grow Rich lessons" we
don't really understand why we need it.  Most people think "I just want
to grow my business, I will do the Think & Grow Lessons later when I get
my business growing" and then we wonder why we are not seeing progress in 
our business.

We missed the most important part - personal development.

Many think all I have to do is read personal development books and watch
positive videos.  These will help but we are still missing the most important
part  - PARTICIPATION.

Yes, we have to come on the calls, we have to post lessons,  we have to
read lessons posted by others,  we have to do our self talk, but until we 
begin to participate by speaking up we are not going to grow as fast 
as we want our business to grow and our business is not going to grow until we do.

We don't want to speak up on the calls, but when we don't speak up, the 
tape we are playing is "I can't speak up, I don't know
what to say", what if I say the wrong thing", blah blah blah.  We are
playing the wrong tape in our mind.  

We all want the shortcut. THE SHORTCUT IS PARTICIPATION whether it is 
speaking up on the calls or saying our self talk.

When we participate we gain confidence and once we have confidence we
will share what we have with everyone and anyone.

So if we want our tape to change, we have to change the tape player.

Tuula Rands