Within you right now is the power to do things you never dreamed possible. In fact, the size of your success is determined by the size of your belief. Vic Johnson, an international expert in goal setting will teach you how to overcome and change your limiting beliefs, combine faith with action, and leave the old you behind. Evicted from his home in 1996 and his last car lost to repossession a year later, Vic Johnson's story has become an oft-quoted source of inspiration to the more than 300,000 subscribers he serves worldwide.
One of the biggest hurdles people over 50 have to overcome is the mindset about their age. There’s an old cliché of “age ain’t nothin’ but a number.” But as we all know, getting older does have certain obstacles such as dwindling health, limited income, and the end of long-time careers followed by “now what in the heck do I do?"
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These 13 “secrets” are the proven formula used by world-class achievers across the ages. We live in a time where many people have lost touch with the qualities that produce extraordinary lives. Imagination, ingenuity, drive, and a no-fear, no-quitters allowed mentality often seem to be disappearing from our culture and our world. This is a book for everyone who has ever had a dream. This book will teach you how to set goals and achieve that dream, step-by-step and day-by-day.
Without the cooperation of your subconscious - the deep recesses of your inner self - change can be difficult to impossible. You might consciously have tried to lose weight. But if your subconscious mind was fixated on fattening food and how difficult exercise was, the experience was probably a challenge or a dismal failure. Therefore, changing one or more aspects of your life can’t occur until you affect change on your subconscious.
“Who else wants to write a book this weekend?” It’s easier than you think! Best-selling author Vic Johnson actually wrote this book in a weekend to prove how easy it is. And he gives you step-by-step detail of everything he did, including the resources he uses to turn out content-rich books in no time at all. How to Write a Book This Weekend is a perfect strategy for first-time book writers who have been discouraged by the thought of pounding out words for months at a time.
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"If you knew what can happen in the next 52 mondays it would take your breath away." Stop and think about it. If you had started something new and worked on it every week since one year ago, what might you have been able to accomplish? Twelve months, after all, is plenty of time to start accruing success.
In this audiobook, you'll find countless examples, lessons, and insights into what it means to feel like you've failed and come out stronger on the other side. You'll learn insights from physicians, a golf professional turned college professor, entrepreneurs, a sales executive, and many more. As the world judges them, they are successful. They've achieved notoriety and prosperity in their chosen fields. However, you might be surprised to learn just how much failure they had to endure on their way to the top.
On one eventful rainy afternoon 15-year-old John Goddard was in the kitchen and overheard his parents talking to a friend in the next room. “I wish I was John’s age again,” the friend said, noting how there were many things he would have accomplished if given another chance. “I wish I could start over.” Goddard resolved then and there not to have those kinds of regrets when he was that age.
There are times in life when quitting makes sense. Maybe you need to abandon a bad investment, or ditch an old garden because you're going to move to the city. Maybe you need to rest up a bit at the end of a tough day's work so you aren't too sore tomorrow. But when it comes to the deepest dreams of your heart's desire - no, it doesn't make sense. Don't quit. There is only one true human superpower we possess. It's not the power of flight. It certainly isn't the power of invincibility. It's determination.
It's been said that most people die at 25 and we bury their bodies 40 years later. What happens to our dreams of childhood, adolescence, and even young adulthood? LIFE! As it exacts its toll we have a way of rationalizing away even our most cherished dreams, while we settle in with our "settle-for" mentality.