Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Michael Grant Simon Stillwater, Minnesota, United States

Posted: 2019-07-31

Subconscious Mind

 

The subconscious mind is like a waterfall in that it never stops.  Niagara Falls runs all day and all night.

 

The subconscious mind can translate desires, plans, and purposes into permanent form. It’s like cement come out of a mixer and hardening into permanent form.  This can result in positive or negative outcomes.

 

I have heard plenty of sermons regarding Thought Life.  Romans twelve verse two , “Do not conform to the pattern of the world, but be transformed by renewing your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is - his good pleasing and perfect will.”   Simply put, Stinking thinking will bring lousy long term results. 

 

Another sports analogy.  I was a competitive swimmer in high schools and three years at a small college.  Swimming is physically demanding: the workouts can be long and grueling. There is a mental aspect to performance.  If you think about your race before you race with the thought of a successful outcome, you most likely will be more successful than thinking negative prior to your event. I still enjoy watching swimming during The Olympics. Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky, think about their races from the start to finish long before the gun fires and they leave the starting blocks.  Ledecky swims the longer events such as the 800 free and 1500 free. I was not as fast by any means, but swam both of these events along with the 400 Individual Medley.  I always had the best results in the big swim meets when I thought through my race before leaving the blocks.  The same goes for my current endeavor of running Triathlons. I think about the race from start to finish quite a bit the night before.   We can not control everything, but have a better chance of success with positive thinking.

 

This goes with everything in life. Their are seven positive emotions: Desire, Faith, Love, Sex, Enthusiasm, Romance, and Hope.  

 

There are seven Negative Emotions: Fear, Jealously, Hatred, Revenge, Greed, Superstition, and Anger. 

 

A talented individual who is always angry and full of revenge will probably not be very successful.  They certainly will not love up to their Full potential.    

 

An average Joe who has desire, enthusiasm, and lives on hope can be very successful.  

 

This is something to remember in out Network Marketing Businesses. If we think negative and have the fear of failure and self doubt, there is a good chance we will fail.  If we put the fear aside and our enthusiastic, we can be successful.

 

Reading, listening and hanging around positive folks can transfer our thought life in a positive direction.

 

This is why we are blessed from Mentoring for Free.  Thank you Michael for creating this awesome program.  Thank you Rick for reaching out to me and thank you to everybody involved with this group.  

 

Michael Simon