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You can reach anything which you really want to achieve

2010-06-29 22:46 (comments: 0)

“You can reach anything which you really want to achieve” do you believe in it, or do immediately several examples come to mind why that is not true? Does this saying motivate you to get as close as possible to the goal – to reach it or even to exceed the goal? What if your belief is half the battle? What if it is entirely in your power to be successful?

So, how can we excel beyond what we ever imagined? In order to accomplish this, one has to first be in both a physical and emotional state that would allow you to reach a desired goal. Believe me, we first had to master this before we walked over glowing coals! However, it is not magic - it was easily learnable! Do you remember an experience where you really felt like a real winner? How did you breathe? How were you standing? What pose did you have? What was your facial expression? Were you tense or did you feel high blood pressure? How energy intense did each cell in your body feel? Re-live this moment again, und consciously take note of your “winner profile“! It is this state that you should strive to be in when you want to achieve something ... Sometimes you just have to stand up from your office chair, scream loudly like a winner or take on a winners pose, in order to get into the right mood.

What are you focusing on? Do you have full focus on your goal or are you giving too much attention to the challenges? Are you potentially spending more time in explaining why something is not achievable instead of believing that there is only one path: the path to goal achievement! That which you focus on expands!

What internal paradigms are hindering your pathway? We all have assembled various paradigms in the course of life. Most of these were impressed upon us by other people and some we learned through our own experiences. Which paradigms are leading our life today and which ones perhaps no longer have space in our life? “I am not good enough .... We cannot afford that ... artisan stay with your craft … if I do that, I will never be loved again … I am not smart enough ... if I only would achieve that, then I will really live …. I never have the time for this …. “.

Write down these internal saboteurs and from them formulate motivating and supporting paradigms. What do you really believe in, in your life? Make a good choice!

What are others thinking about me? It really is quite interesting how often people begin to work on themselves in order to take luck and success into their own hands and at the same time are belittled or even attacked by others. What happens there? Is it the bad conscience of the others because one takes on self responsibility and cant blame others for the situation? Is the fear of the “new”? How do you deal with this? Do you allow yourself to be dissuaded and begin to doubt, or do you stick to it and go your way? What do you learn about yourself in such moments?

If I only had more time… do you count yourself to the group that exactly understands what I am talking about but never finds the time or the start? Well, I can’t tell you how long you will need to reach your goals or to have a fulfilled life, but I can offer you 3 days that can change your life – in which you will learn everything and receive a toolbox to become a winner. Are you ready? Look HERE!



You are not here merely to make a living. You are here to enable the world to live more amply, with greater vision, and with a finer spirit of hope and achievement. You are here to enrich the world. You impoverish yourself if you forget this errand.

Woodrow Wilson



The roots of true achievement lie in the will to become the best that you can become.

Harold Taylor



There are two things to aim at in life: first, to get what you want; and, after that, to enjoy it. Only the wisest of mankind achieve the second.

Logan Pearsall Smith



Ben Saunders skis to the North Pole

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