Mindset Mastery 106 – Star Performance

Mindset Mastery eBookWe are closing in on the end of Chapter 5 of Mindset Mastery. These closing words will set you up for continuing success with the next of the principles for wealth and success.

Your Start Act

The actual performance of transforming desire into money involves the use of auto-suggestion as an agent through which it is possible to reach, and influence, the subconscious mind. The other principles are simply tools which can be used to apply auto-suggestion. Keep this thought in mind, and you will, at all times, be conscious of the important part the principle of auto-suggestion is to play in your efforts to amass wealth through the methods described in this book.

The Gift Of Childhood

Carry out these instructions as if you were a small child. Inject the faith of a child into your efforts. The author has childhood-giftbeen very careful to see that no impractical instructions were included, because it was his sincere desire to help others create their own wealth.

After you have read the entire book, come back to this chapter, and follow this instruction:

Read the entire chapter aloud once every night, until you become thoroughly convinced that the principle of auto-suggestion is sound and that it will accomplish for you all that you want it to. As you read, highlight what impresses you.

Follow this instruction to the letter, and it will open the way for a complete understanding, and mastery of the principles of success.

Mastering Success

You are well on your way now to success—to real wealth, that which includes both money and happiness and personal freedom. It’s an exciting journey, and I can’t wait to take you along for the rest of the ride!

This ends Chapter 5, join us next time for the beginning of a new chapter and new road to wealth and success!

Sean Rasmussen
Success Communicator
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About Sean Rasmussen

Sean Rasmussen is a passionate blogger and has been a full time internet marketer since 2005. When he's not with his family, or dog Buddy, Sean is usually blogging or doing something related to the internet.

Comments

  1. Jazz Salinger says:

    Hi Sean,

    I see the Law of Auto-Suggestion as being the cornerstone of my success. I am applying it daily and working on mastering the principles of success.

    I am certain that this will make a huge difference in every area of my life. I’m looking forward to going through the next chapter with you.

  2. If you can get your hands on Tony Robbins’ The Edge mp3, there’s an exercise called “Moving and Breathing” which contains heaps of positive autosuggestions. It’s designed for starting your day while running, jogging or walking.
    .-= Lina Nguyen´s last blog ..Life lessons from a weekend run =-.

  3. Hi Sean,

    I agree with Jazz. An important chapter to comprehend here on Auto-Suggestion. It’s to train the subconscious mind. Napoleon Hill also says in this chapter 5 that…..both success and failure are largely a result of HABIT.

    So if someone wants better results they need to develop better habits.

    I must read this chapter again tonight to fully comprehend the message Napoleon Hill is sending out here.

    Thanks Sean, Star performer as you are.

    Jill.

  4. It’s all about doing it so often that it just becomes part of you – a great habit. Napoleon Hill has done it with his son so he had a great advantage – he did that stuff “automatically”.
    I am in the process of re-programming me, creating this positive habit of auto-suggesting whatever I want to achieve. Reading through your blog is a great help as it reminds me daily to keep on doing it 🙂
    .-= Renee´s last blog ..Motivational Music =-.

    • I am on the re-programming journey as well, Renee and love that I have a student to teach it to. When it’s so relevant in my life I can recognize it more obviously through the acts of and towards my new born. I’m glad I’m reliving it through his eyes now and so grateful I waited until this was introduced to my life before introducing another life to the world.
      .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..You Are the Reason I Know It Will Happen =-.

      • Hi Renee and Sarah,

        I’m doing everything I can to learn to use the principle of auto-suggestion properly. I really think it’s like being healthy. You have to work at it every day.

        We just have to keep repeating our statement of desire over and over again until our subconscious mind manifests it into our life. A little desire, a lot of emotion and faith and a lot of persistence will see us be successful.

        The more effort we put into making having a successful mindset a way of life; the more magical our lives will be.
        .-= Jazz Salinger´s last blog ..Finding Your Passion =-.

        • You are so right there Jazz …

          Our brain is an amazing thing – I just learned the other day that they can do brain scans and if you are to make a “left or right” decision in the scanner they can tell see from your brain activity what you will be deciding – 6 seconds BEFORE your conscious does know it. Crazy, hm?

          So it shows that our subconscious is much more powerful and advanced than we think it is. Which makes it even more important to feed it with what we want to be, so we actually get there 🙂
          .-= Renee´s last blog ..Self Improvement – 25 Self Motivation Quotes =-.

  5. This reminds me of when I was young on Christmas morning. The times when I sat down and wrote Santa a letter I nearly always received what I asked for and, of course, when I lost track of time I didn’t. I guess I was learning the power of intention, the concept of law of attraction and the lesson of giving and receiving as well as the need for action at a young age. It just took me until now to realize it.
    .-= Sarah Butland´s last blog ..You Are the Reason I Know It Will Happen =-.

  6. I have not been following through the mindset mastery but I link one concept above and that is carry out the instructions as if you are a small child.

    How about taking that concept and applying to other things we do. A small child does not, in most cases, have preconceived ideas of what can’t be done and will set about finding a way to achieve a task.

    Does a round peg fit into a square hole? An adult might look at that visually and see two different shapes. A child will just try. Apply that to a square peg and a round hole. The adult looks at it the same way but the child will still try.

    • This is a quote I just saw that I think goes quite well with my comment – “Common sense is the collection of prejudices acquired by age eighteen.” Albert Einstein

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