Have you ever dreamed of leading an amazing, totally fulfilled and extraordinary life where money was no object, your relationships rock, and you’re doing what you love every single day? Great! So, have I! But if you’re like me you’d want to turn these dreams into reality, right!? So this is something you can do with a little help from our friend, the Vision Board. But most Vision Boards don’t work. Wanna know why? Read more…
In my view, unless you’re one of those naturally fortunate or fluky individuals who always get what they want out of life than you’ve got to tap into any of the available tools out there to help you manifest your dreams.
So, what is it that separates those that achieve the most grandiose of goals from those who fail at even the smallest resolution? Well, apparently those who write a goal down increases the chances of your achieving it by 80%…. Read more…
The basic premise of a vision board is to have pictures and images of things you want, homes, places, people etc., pasted onto a board or scrapbook. These images serve to create visual reminders of who you’re becoming and what you want to manifest in your life as well as evoke strong positive feelings about these desires.
The creation process used is critical to visualisation success. You really want to celebrate and evoke feelings of joy as you chose images and create your vision board. Doing so in a relaxed, joyous state helps imprint these images (and their associated feelings) onto your unconscious mind. The conscious mind can only hold one thought at a time. Read more…
A starting point for most people is to cut out images out of magazines etc. and then maybe search the Internet for images that appeal to you. Be careful not to just select clichéd images of success – the red Ferrari, the sun-drenched tropical island, the luxury yacht, etc. This is the reason most vision boards don’t work for an individual. You have to ask yourself do these images really connect with you on a visceral level!? Read more…
This is the freefall part of reality creation: picturing delightful scenarios that don’t yet exist, then emotionally letting-go from them, and ceaselessly jumping out and into massive action.
Sometimes we have to let go of the steering wheel of life once we know we’re on the right road. We need to allow the laws of consciousness and the Universe into our lives. Funnily enough, it’s by letting go and relaxing that we increase our chances of noticing the things we seek. Read more…
“Worthy Goal or Cold War Challenge!?: US President John F. Kennedy announces on May 25, 1961, his goal of putting a man on the moon and return him safely to Earth before the end of the 1960s. Bold and audacious, this announcement jump-started NASA’s Apollo program resulting in Neil Armstrong & Co hitting lunar dirt on July 20, 1969…forever altering the course of humanity (Photo: NASA)” ~ Keelan
I believe that the best way to measure your own success is to measure your progress against your own set of predetermined goals in line with your values. When you do this, you stop the comparison game, and carve out your own form of true and meaningful success.
I’ve found that success in life is intrinsically linked to fulfilment and fulfilment comes from filling the voids in your life (which are determined by your values) whilst focusing on the progressive achievement of worthy goals (in line with your values). We’ve all witnessed someone who has all the external trappings of success but deep down inside they feel unfulfilled and even unhappy….Read More
‘Success leaves clues’ is one of those stock phrases used by personal development legend Tony Robbins. Most often it’s associated with modelling the mindset, behaviour and actions of someone who is successful. But not only does success leave clues but it also needs clues.
What I mean is that success needs success; it requires reference points in the past to know that you have already been successful so that you develop the belief that you can achieve even greater success. The problem is that many people don’t acknowledge their successes to date and so they approach future success from a position of lack rather than abundance.
Many high achievers rarely take the time to acknowledge their success to date. This is a mistake. Taking stock of your successes to date is a seriously important part of setting the overall tone of your life. Taking the time to write down your recent successes is actually great for your state of mind…Read More
‘Success leaves clues’ is one of those stock phrases used by personal development legend Tony Robbins in his talks and seminars. However, not only does success leave clues but it also actually needs them too when it comes to the mad science of goal setting!
But what kind of clues exactly does success leave and why does it need these clues in order to set future goals? Read on to find out more about this intriguing goal setting tip!
Success is a misunderstood concept if you ask me. Becoming an overnight sensation on X-Factor, or a partner in a law firm, even running a multi-million dollar business etc., may all be worthy examples of what’s commonly thought of as “success”. But in a way these are very clichéd, stereotypical examples of success. What we want to do is define what success means to YOU…Read More
“Air Guitar World Champion 2010: Markku Hyttinen – Yes, there is actually a air guitar world championship held every year in Finland. So, if do you make it to Destination Absolute Financial Freedom you can pretty much pick up your air guitar and do whatever you want, with whomever you want, as much as you want i.e. play your air guitar all night long!!” ~ Keelan
When you think absolute financial freedom, think total rock star lifestyle! You can pretty much remove any financial limitations and pick up your air guitar for this one!
You will have achieved absolute financial freedom when you can pretty much do whatever you want, with whomever you want, as much as you want – without ever having to worry about money or work again.
So, assuming we’d still like to keep everything we have/do from our financial freedom list, we now add all the new dream capital items we’d love to have that are not in our financial freedom list. For example…Read More…
“The Harley Davidson – Part Machine, Part Metaphor: Not only is it a metaphor for emotional freedom but also a symbol of financial freedom. A frequent entry on many people’s financial freedom wishlist, not to mention the accompanying roadtrip on Route 66. Certainly, riding a Harley on Route 66 is on my 101 Things to Do Before I Die list. Come get your kicks…” ~ Keelan
You will have achieved financial freedom when you have accumulated a sufficient critical mass of capital to provide enough income for you to live the lifestyle you desire (accounting for inflation) without ever having to work again for the rest of your life. The keyword here is ‘desire’. This is what differentiates financial freedom from its predecessor, financial independence, which is defined more by what you ‘require’ to live reasonably comfortably.
In essence, Financial Freedom would include having and enjoying all the luxuries in life such as….Read More…