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Chapter 12 - The Subconscious Mind
“When what we say doesn't match how we act, we are lying to ourselves.”
a question from a quote by Cortney S. Warren.
At Mentoring for Free we are being taught "How to think, not
what to think." So how are we thinking?
Does what we are saying match how we act; or are we lying to ourselves
or to put it another way, are we justifying ourselves?
We tell ourselves we want to build a business. Are we
doing it or are we justifying?
Do we tell ourselves it is too hard - I don't have the time
to get on the calls, I don't have the time to advertise, I can't
call people, I can't speak up on the calls, etc. etc. etc.
I can just hear Michael in the back ground saying, BLAH, BLAH, BLAH!
Another quote from Cortney S. Warren - "We would all benefit
by shifting our focus from seeing pain as bad to seeing pain
as motivation to change.”
He also says “Whether what you learned was objectively true or false,
the conclusions that you made about yourself, your environment, and
other people will be replayed in your life because they become a part
of who you are.”
So how are we thinking? Can we change our thinking?
Can we get rid of the justifying of why we can't build our
business to justifying why we can and do build our business?
Hill writes, "THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND WORKS DAY AND NIGHT.
"You may VOLUNTARILY plant in your subconscious mind any plan,
thought, or purpose which you desire to translate into its physical or
It all comes back to "Self Talk". What we say to ourselves
in belief, faith and emotion is what the subconscious mind will
accept as truth.
We need to ask ourselves, Am I justifying what I am not
doing to accomplish by desire or am I justifying what I
desire and am accomplishing?