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Decisions

Decisions

  • Make decisions often and learn from them.
  • When experiencing a problem, ask yourself, “What’s good about this? What can I learn from this?”
  • Stay committed to your decisions, but stay flexible in your approach.
  • Know that it’s your decisions, and not your conditions, that determine your destiny.
  • For most people, the fear of loss is much greater than the desire for gain.

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The Ultimate Success Formula

The Ultimate Success Formula

1. Decide what you want

2. Take action

3. Notice what’s working or not

4. Change your approach until you achieve what you want

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Short Summary

Short Summary

The three decisions that control your destiny are:

  1. What to focus on?
  2. What things mean to you?
  3. What to do to create the results you desire?

• By changing any one of these five elements

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Master System:

Master System:

1. Your core beliefs and unconscious rules

2. Your life values

3. Your references

4. The habitual questions that you ask yourself

5. The emotional states you experience in each moment

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Sense Of Certainty

Sense Of Certainty

  • If you develop the absolute sense of certainty that powerful beliefs provide, then you can get yourself to accomplish virtually anything.
  • The most effective way is to get your brain to associate massive pain to the old belief.
  • New experiences trigge...

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The Three Decisions That Control Your Destiny Are:

The Three Decisions That Control Your Destiny Are:

  1. What to focus on?
  2. What things mean to you?
  3. What to do to create the results you desire?

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Beliefs

Beliefs

  • Everything you and I do, we do either out of our need to avoid pain or our desire to gain pleasure.
  • It’s not the events of our lives that shape us, but our beliefs as to what those events mean.
  • ...

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Specific Beliefs

Specific Beliefs

  1. First, we must believe, “Something must change”.
  2. Second, we must believe, “I must change it”.
  3. Third, we have to believe, “I can change it”.

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Change

Change

  • Raise your standards and believe you can meet them.
  • Develop a sense of certainty that we can and will meet the new standards before we actually do.
  • In life, lots of people know what to do, but few people actually do what they know.
  • In essence...

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Long Term

Long Term

  • Success is the result of good judgment.
  • Good judgment is the result of experience.
  • Experience is often the result of bad judgment.
  • In order to succeed, you must have a longterm...

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Long Term Pleasure

Long Term Pleasure

  • It’s not actual pain that drives us, but our fear that something will lead to pain.
  • And it’s not actual pleasure that drives us, but our belief—our sense of certainty—that somehow taking a certain action will lead to pleasure.
  • We’re not driven by t...

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