Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Do You Deserve Success?

Think about that question for a moment: do you deserve success? While it's a simple 'yes' or 'no' question, it's one that will really illuminate the reason why your bank account looks the way it does.

In fact do this: stop reading right now and say this aloud: I deserve to be rich.

What feelings came up for you? Did you feel confident? Did you feel authentic? Did you feel like you were speaking the truth?

Or did you feel like a phoney? Did you feel like you were saying something that wasn't true?

Most people want success. They desire success. They wish for it. They imagine it. But, they don't really feel like they deserve it. And, as a result, they fail.

Get that. Really get that.

Maxwell Maltz, in his book PsychoCybernetics made the statement that you "can never outperform your own self-image". Your self-image is like a goal-seeking mechanism. Like a heat-seeking missile. And, quite simply, if you don't believe you deserve success....then you can't have it. No matter what else you're doing right, you will sabotage your own results.

See, it's a pretty simple concept: you are where you are right now because of your best thinking. Period.

Look at your bank account.
Your physical health.
Your marriage.
Your parenting.
Your relationships.
Your wallet.

Everything in your life is a reflection of your self-image. And solving anything but your self-image is just trying to put a band-aid on the symptoms. You're not getting to the root of your problem.

And this is a core area of the Beyond Freedom Home Study Course. When you start using the principles taught in the study guide as well as the CD series and the DVD....you start understanding the shifts in thinking that are required to change the results you've been getting.

And as a result, you start attracting more of what you want out of life....and less of what you don't want!

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Do you deserve wealth? You BET you do! So, when will you start acquiring it?

Tony Rush

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