Sunday, April 19, 2009

Life to Lifestyles --- II

“I can’t even write 10 and you said come up with at least 30”. That's minimal 30.

My Grand master, Bob Proctor, used to say, if you think your life is important, you should at least have 100 goals in your life in every area.

Yes 0r Yes!

Many of you will be familiar with Dr. Mark Victor Hansen. And he told us last year that he has 6,000 over written down goals. “Chicken Soup for the Soul” was just one of his goals. And he made over US$1 billion from just one goal. If he doesn’t achieve any of the others, it doesn’t really matter.

So of a man of that stature would take so much time... but you say, “I don’t have time”. Mark Victor Hansen is a very busy man. If the takes the time, makes the time to sit down and write 600... 6,000 goals, then he must know the value of goals. Since he has the results, then I suggest we just listen to him because he must know what he’s talking about.

So I would help you now to add to this list of goals.

You say, “I can’t even write 10 and you want a minimal of 30”. If I do that, you would expect 100 goals, and now Mark Victor Hansen says 6,000 goals. So I am going to help you here, to prompt you write more goals in every one of these areas. I am going to give you some prompters and I will to put them in form of questions. The answers to these questions would give you ideas about how to write more goals.

Now, you have already written down a number of goals in every area of your life – in 8 areas.

Also I would like you to write down, in addition to your list, what it is that you are already doing now in this 8 areas of life that is working, that is something that you want. If you want to be... you want it to be ongoing. What it is that you want to be ongoing. You know you have, you’re achieving it, or you have achieved it but you want to keep on achieving it. So I’d like you to add that as well to that goal.

Over and above these things that you have already written down, I would like you to write down what else would you like to improve in these 8 areas of your life. What else would you like to improve in these 8 areas of your life? So I would like you to look at all 8 areas and ask yourself what else would you like to improve in 8 areas of life.

NOW!
Take these 8 sheets of papers; go through them one by one.

Take spiritual life:
What else would I like to improve in this area?

Go through intellectual life:
What else would I like to improve in this area of my life?

Go to emotional life:
What else would I like to improve in this area of my life?

And so on ……
Let me give you some more pointers.
What you now have and enjoy in these areas of life. You may want to add that.

What is missing? What is missing in all of these 8 areas of life? I would like you to add that into every area of your life. What else is missing? So what else is missing – I’d like you to add that into the areas of your life.

Next:
What more do I want? What more do I want in every single one of these 8 areas of life?
In my spiritual life: what else, what more do I want?
Intellectual life: what more do I want?
Emotional life: what more do I want?

I also would like you to add to your list what you need to replace. If there were something you would like to replace in your 8 areas of your life. In every one of the areas, what would you like to replace? What would you like instead?

There may be some things that you want to remove. What would you like to remove from your life? There may be some things that you want to resist. You no longer want to give in to this temptation. You want to resist it. What would that be?

There may be some things you would want to renew. What would you like to renew in every areas of your life?

In all of the 8 areas.

There may be some things that you want to give up. What would you want to give up in your spiritual life? You no longer want in your life.

Your emotional life.
In your physical life.
In your family life.
In your community and social life.

What would you want to give up? What would you want to eliminate? There must be something that you want to eliminate. You no longer want in your life. You want to eliminate it. What would this be? What would you want to include? What would you want to include in your family life?

In your career life?
What would you like to add over and above what you have now? What would you like to add? What would you like to add on? What more things would you like to introduce into your life? Maybe you see somebody else having this quality, this ability, something that you admire in somebody. What would you like to introduce into your life?

Now, there may be something that you’re already doing but you would want to increase. What would you like to increase in your life?

Next, what would you like to bring into your life? There might be some things that you would like to bring into your life. What would you like to bring into your life?

There may be something that you would like to alter. You’re already doing some things but you’d like to alter them. How would they look like once you alter them?
What would they be?

There may be some things you would like to reintroduce into your life. Once upon a time, you used to have them, you used to do them. They were a part of your life, then for some reason unknown to you, they slowly trickle away, vanish, but you would like to bring them back. You would like to re-introduce them into your life. What would they be?

What would you like to reintroduce into your physical life? Into your community life. Financial life. Career life.

What would you like to redo? There are some things in your life that you’re doing, you have then, you do then, and you want to redo them. You want to make a decision whether you want them anymore. Whether you want them out. Whether you want them to be changed. You would want to review some of these things and then make a decision.

Another good way that I have found that could trigger you to write down these things that you want in life, in every area of your life is to first write down what you already have which is bad that you don’t want. You write down what it is that's bad in your life and then you write down what you want instead – the good.

So sometimes it’s difficult to decide what you want, what is good, what you want in your life but easy to see what's going wrong in our life – things we do not want in our life. We write them down and then we write the opposite of that. What would you want instead? What would you want instead? So that would be one way for you to decide. It helps you decide what else you would want to enter into these goals in your life. By deciding what you want instead.

I have give you some tips, as to how you could add more to this list of goals that you have written down. From my experience over the last 10 to 15 years teaching about goals, I find that if you were to take eight sheets of paper and you write the heading of each one of this on a sheet of paper.

Therefore, each sheet of paper will have one heading--- an area of Life.

You have an action manual.

And then take the 8 sheets of papers, “Your Action Manual” keep them with you, take them with you where you go. As these ideas come to you, you keep adding them.

I would like to thank you for giving us this opportunity to serve you yet again and I look forward to seeing you So I would like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to serve you. By allowing us to serve you, you have served us. For that, we are forever grateful. Have a wonderful 2009. I know it’s going to be a great year for you because you are writing your goals down. That makes you 3% of the population on the planet who have written down goals.

For that I applaud you, for starting 2009 with a different stroke. For that, let’s together make this happen in this great year so that whatever external environment no longer affects us because everything is in the power of our hands. We make the decision and the power makes the provision.

Together anything can happen because you and I, you and God, are a majority.

My Life Motto

My Life Motto

Do not be too concerned if you do not know or if you do not have one yet. Now, lots of people may say, “I do not know what it is”, so they may not be conscious, be aware of.

And if you said to yourself, “Well, I don’t really know what it is” – that is in it self already something.

Because: Now you know that, you know that you don’t have one. That is already a step forward because before this you did not know that you did not know that you did not have a life motto.

Now! you are consciously aware that you don’t know or you don’t have one. That in it self is already a step forward. That is awareness. Since now you know that you don’t have one, or you know that you don’t know what it is, you now try to create one, look for one, make one up so that now you have moved on from not knowing that you do not know, or not knowing that you do not have to knowing that you do not have or do not know.

So the next step would be to come up with one.

Take some time to think about what would the life purpose be. Your life motto would be... Life motto would be: if you can say what your life is about in a word, in a statement, in a code, in a metaphor, in a symbol – whatever it is.

If you were given 1 second, 5 seconds, or 10 seconds to say what your life is about, that would be your life motto – that is what my life is about.

So some people have a statement, or some people have a word, some people have a phrase, a caption – whatever it is that defines what your life is about.

And that could be a defining moment in your life because it is so much easier simplifying what your life is about in a statement rather than in a thousand words. So take your time if your do not have one yet.

If you have one, write it down on, where it says “My Life Motto”.

I would like to thank you for giving us this opportunity to serve you yet again and I look forward to seeing you So I would like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to serve you. By allowing us to serve you, you have served us. For that, we are forever grateful. Have a wonderful 2009. I know it’s going to be a great year for you because you are writing your goals down. That makes you 3% of the population on the planet who have written down goals.

For that I applaud you, for starting 2009 with a different stroke. For that, let’s together make this happen in this great year so that whatever external environment no longer affects us because everything is in the power of our hands. We make the decision and the power makes the provision.

Together anything can happen because you and I, you and God, are a majority.

My Life Motto

My Life Motto

Do not be too concerned if you do not know or if you do not have one yet. Now, lots of people may say, “I do not know what it is”, so they may not be conscious, be aware of.

And if you said to yourself, “Well, I don’t really know what it is” – that is in it self already something.

Because: Now you know that, you know that you don’t have one. That is already a step forward because before this you did not know that you did not know that you did not have a life motto.

Now! you are consciously aware that you don’t know or you don’t have one. That in it self is already a step forward. That is awareness. Since now you know that you don’t have one, or you know that you don’t know what it is, you now try to create one, look for one, make one up so that now you have moved on from not knowing that you do not know, or not knowing that you do not have to knowing that you do not have or do not know.

So the next step would be to come up with one.

Take some time to think about what would the life purpose be. Your life motto would be... Life motto would be: if you can say what your life is about in a word, in a statement, in a code, in a metaphor, in a symbol – whatever it is.

If you were given 1 second, 5 seconds, or 10 seconds to say what your life is about, that would be your life motto – that is what my life is about.

So some people have a statement, or some people have a word, some people have a phrase, a caption – whatever it is that defines what your life is about.

And that could be a defining moment in your life because it is so much easier simplifying what your life is about in a statement rather than in a thousand words. So take your time if your do not have one yet.

If you have one, write it down on, where it says “My Life Motto”.

I would like to thank you for giving us this opportunity to serve you yet again and I look forward to seeing you So I would like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to serve you. By allowing us to serve you, you have served us. For that, we are forever grateful. Have a wonderful 2009. I know it’s going to be a great year for you because you are writing your goals down. That makes you 3% of the population on the planet who have written down goals.

For that I applaud you, for starting 2009 with a different stroke. For that, let’s together make this happen in this great year so that whatever external environment no longer affects us because everything is in the power of our hands. We make the decision and the power makes the provision.

Together anything can happen because you and I, you and God, are a majority.

My 25 Lifetime Goals

What are lifetime goals?

Lifetime goals are goals that are 10 years and beyond. Anything that you want to achieve; 10 years and beyond from today. So they are called lifetime goals.

Lifetime goals are goals that you want to achieve before you go. Before you leave this planet, before you die. And sometimes these lifetime goals can only be achieved at a certain time in your life, for example, one of your lifetime goals may be “I want to celebrate my 80th birthday in Acapulco” – and that can only happen when you’re 80. You may say, “I want to get remarried again on the 50th wedding anniversary” – that can only happen 50 years after you’re married. You may be 75, 78 years old then.

Certain goals can only happen at certain point in time.

For example, you say, “I want to have 16 grandchildren”. Now, it will take a while for that 16 to happen. First of all, you need to get married, your kids need to get married and have kids. So that takes time, it doesn’t happen overnight.


I suppose one of the greatest lifetime goals that anyone can write is about how you would want the last moments on earth be. How would you like them to be like? What will be happening? What would you want to happen just before you leave this planet? That would be one of the greatest goals.

If you sat down just before you go with all this planes, trains and airplanes around you, all the money in the world and yet not a single family member is there, no close friends, you’d be sitting there, and ask yourself, “What was life all about? I spent all my life accumulating these planes, trains and airplanes, becoming somebody, all the money in the world, but in this moment in time, all of them means nothing.
I will give anything in the world for my family to be here with me now, at this moment in time. Close to my loved ones.”

On the other hand, if you were to go and ... the things that are most meaningful to you, closest to your heart are there for you to experience the last days, the last moments of your life, then you truly would have lived your life with purpose. The destiny you want to go. So define how would you want the last moments of your life to be. So that probably is the ultimate lifetime goal.

“ The End is in the Beginning”
“ Start with the end in mind”


So I would like you to write the list of 25 lifetime goals. start with 10, start with 5. Some of these lifetime goals may not come to you instantly. It may come to you as you go along. You may see someone achieving something and you thing, “Aha, I’d like to achieve that!”. Or you may... something that comes to you as a result of what you see, what you hear, what you experience, and you may want to add them on from time to time – that’s fine. And of course, your list of 25 lifetime goals need not just necessarily be 25. They can be 250 for a lifetime, but at least have a minimal of 25 lifetime goals.
And of course, lifetime goal is 10 years and beyond.

Let’s say a goal that is 15 years from today. In 15 years, that lifetime goal would no longer be a lifetime goal, it would be a short term goal. That's right. As you move closer and closer towards these lifetime goals, many of them from your lifetime goals are going to become your long-term goals, and some of long-term goals are going to become mid-term goals, some of the mid-term goals are going to become short- term goals, and therefore, you keep adding more goals.

And for your information, how you define short-term, mid-term, long-term – I'm going to show it to you in a short while about these periods of time so that we can decide which are your short-term, which are your mid-term, which are your long-term. And I will show you why you need to do that.


I would like to thank you for giving us this opportunity to serve you yet again and I look forward to seeing you So I would like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to serve you. By allowing us to serve you, you have served us. For that, we are forever grateful. Have a wonderful 2009. I know it’s going to be a great year for you because you are writing your goals down.

That makes you 3% of the population on the planet who have written down goals.

For that I applaud you, for starting 2009 with a different stroke. For that, let’s together make this happen in this great year so that whatever external environment no longer affects us because everything is in the power of our hands. We make the decision and the power makes the provision.

Together anything can happen because you and I, you and God, are a majority.

My Life Purpose

My Life Purpose

And I also made a note! Please do not be too concerned if you do not know what your life purpose is. I'm going to help you to detect your life purpose because until you sit down and create your life purpose, you merely detect it. Because most of us already have a life purpose, we just may not be consciously aware of it but we are already on the path of our life purpose. You are already doing something towards our life purpose. But we may not necessarily be meeting our life purpose because we are not consciously aware.


Unknowingly, we may be doing and pursuing all those things that are ___________ living our life purpose but we are not consciously aware. Therefore, I would like to help you connect with your life purpose so that you can live your life purpose. Because once you detect it, then you can live it.

One way I found how people could determine their life purpose or write down their life purpose statement at the list is; if you do your exercise of writing down the 8 areas of life... now, if you were to take these 8 areas of life and write a summary – that would be your life purpose. Because all the combination of the goals in the 8 areas of your life are about your life. And that's what your life is about.


If you were to write an essay about these 8 areas of life, if I were to ask you to write a title for that story, that essay, the title would be “Life Purpose” because that will be your life purpose? It is the combination of all 8 areas of your life – that is who you are. That's what your life is about. That is the purpose of your life. That's what you’re going to be doing for the rest of your life, and therefore, that is your life purpose.

So in this way, it is easy and simple to write the life purpose statement, which you are going to write later. So not to be too concerned if you do not know what it is yet.

Just finish the 8 areas of life.

Once you have done them completely, you will then be able to be in a better position to see what the life purpose statement might look like. Not to worry about that.


I would like to thank you for giving us this opportunity to serve you yet again and I look forward to seeing you So I would like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to serve you. By allowing us to serve you, you have served us. For that, we are forever grateful. Have a wonderful 2009. I know it’s going to be a great year for you because you are writing your goals down.

That makes you 3% of the population on the planet who have written down goals.

For that I applaud you, for starting 2009 with a different stroke. For that, let’s together make this happen in this great year so that whatever external environment no longer affects us because everything is in the power of our hands. We make the decision and the power makes the provision.

Together anything can happen because you and I, you and God, are a majority.

8 Areas of Life

1. Spiritual life.
Spiritual life is about the goals about your spiritual life. It does not necessarily has to do with religion but it could include religion as well if you like. Some people may say, I'm a free thinker. I do not believe in structured religion, in institutionalised religion.

Well, that's fine. You must believe in something about the spiritual world. You may have philosophy; you may have some guiding principles. There may be some greater power that you look up to. There is something that you hold to be sacred or something. Or maybe just the universe. Whatever it is, that is greater power to you, your higher self, universal consciousness – whatever it is – that could be your spirituality. That could be your spiritual life.

On the other hand, if you want to talk about religion per se, then it would be about your religion. Either way it’s fine. You may want to write down some of the things you are doing, what you do extra. You may want to write about you going to church or going to temple, synagogue, mosque. How regularly, how many times a week. Maybe you want to read the scriptures, at what time each day. How many times a week. The days, the hours, for how long. There are some extra courses you would like to take to understand your religion better.

You want to do meditation. You want to go to the hills, forest or mountains to meditate and find the master. Or you may want to spend some time sitting in your place of worship. Or you may just want to go and clean the toilets and bathrooms at your place of worship and that to you is part of your spiritual world. That is fine. You may want to practice humility so that... or tolerance as part of your spiritual goals, then that would be the goals.

2. Mental and intellectual life.
Mental and intellectual simply means whatever you want to input into your mind so that it would show up in your life. Things like reading books, attending seminars, listening to teleseminars, Webinars that input into your conscious mind, into your unconscious mind as well for the growth of your mental and intellectual life.

So it could be like observing a time of silence. That is going into the mental state. Or doing something to build your brain cells. Or maybe watching something that is stimulating to your mind. Doing something, an intellectual conversation. Meeting with friends and doing things that are of intellectual growth for you.

Listening to a CD. Whatever it is that can enhance the growth of your mental strength.

Maybe going into a state of relaxation helps you to strengthen your mind. Maybe helps you to reformat your mind when you listen to things like when go into a state of alpha. Anything that is for the enhancement of your mental or intellectual growth. That would fall into that area.

3. Emotional life.
There are certain emotions that you want, there are certain emotions you no longer want in your life. That would be what you put there. Emotions here could also means certain values, certain principles, a characteristic traits. Maybe you want to be more courageous, more happy. You no longer want to be pressured in life, so what is the opposite of depression – that's what you put in your life.

Certain things that you want, certain things that you do not want. That is what you put there. Anything that's got to do with the emotional state of mind. Peace of mind. Calmness. Silence. Happiness. Positivity. Whatever it is that is emotional.

Maybe you want to get rid of guilt, resentment, anger, sadness, shame, pain. All these are emotional states of mind. You want to remove them.

4. Physical.
Physical has to do with your external and internal, about your diet, about exercise, about rest, about foods that you do take and do not take. Water. Breathing correctly. Anything... external – you want to take care of your skin, of your hair, of your face. You want to put something on so that it prevents you from getting sunburn or whatever it is. So anything that is external as well as internal.

Maybe you want to look cool and frenzy. Maybe you want to do deep breathing to cleanse your internal organs. Whatever it is. Maybe you want to have enough anti-oxidant so that your body has got stronger immune system. Whatever it is. So internal and external. That's physical.

You want to go to the gym and build muscles. Maybe you want to tone them. Maybe you want to do aerobics. Maybe sports. Physical activities. Swimming. Whatever it is. So those will be physical.

5. Career.
Career means whatever it is that you do, whatever you work. Maybe you want to do, take some extra night classes. Maybe you want to take advanced courses. Maybe you want to move from a degree to do a Ph.D., do a masters. Whatever it is. Whether it’s technical or industry-related examinations or maybe they are academic – furthering education. Whatever it is. The skills that will help you do your work better.

Maybe you want to get the next promotion. Maybe you want to get a bonus. Maybe you want to move on to a better job, to a dream job. So anything that has got to do with your job. With your career. Whatever it is that you do.

Maybe you want to become better, having more skills and knowledge at what you do. Maybe you want to have a right mindset so that you can do better at your career. So anything that has got to do with your career.

6. Financial life.
Financial life has got to do with your investment, with your money. Having enough life insurance. How much savings, investments. Maybe stocks and bonds. Maybe land, property. Whatever it is. Whether you want to buy a car, planes and aeroplanes. Whatever it is. Anything that's got to do with your financial life.

Maybe you want to travel all over the world. Maybe you want to buy a house in every major city in the world. Whatever it is. You want to buy a yacht. So anything that has to do with financial is under financial life, which is different from your career life.

7. Family.
How would you like your family to be like? What goals do you want to set? What kind of sons, daughters, father, mother, child you would want to be in the family? What kind of family would you want? Immediate family.

Maybe you want to write down the goals of what... let’s say you’re a father. Write down the goal. What kind of father do you want to be? What are some of the roles that you play? Certain roles that you play – a father, mother, son, daughter, grandparent, grandchild. Whatever it is. So whatever it is that you’re a member of the family, define the role first, and then write down some goals for all of these roles.

For example, as a father, my goal as a father, my role as a father, my goal is to be able to teach my son to become... to hold values of integrity. To be patriotic to the nation. To always believe in people. Whatever it is. So these maybe some of the goals that I would want to set for myself so that I can fulfill that role.

What kind of family do you want? The one that you have. The one that you are creating. Maybe you want to write a mission statement for your family. Maybe a... maybe you want to write down goals for your family – maybe all family members sit together and at the beginning of the year write down a family goal.

“ We write down goals for organisations, we write down targets for organisations, we write down goals for every member of your organisation. “

We could do the same for the family. You could have family statement. You could have a family logo. You could have a family flag for all you care. And we could have family guiding principles. We could have family house rules that we all equally agree upon. We could have extended rules by which we all live ourselves up to. So that could be a family... a constitution for the family.

You could set goals for every family member. If every family member sets a goal to become a better family member, then we can help them achieve that so we can all become better family because the family institution is the most important institution for anything else to happen. Because it’s the core of all institutions.

From the family institution we got the community, we got society, we got nation, we got the ________ the man. The core is the family institution. Why are we having problems in the world? Because we have not sorted out at the core, which is the family institution.

Very important.

8. Community and social.
Community and social, throughout our years of doing; at this areas of life, we found that more... younger people have more social goals; older people have more community goals.

Social goals are like kids, youngsters planning to go for a party, for a function, for a concert, which is more social outing. And these things are more of what they do to enjoy themselves to have a good time.

Community goals, on the other hand, are more what we are giving back to the community. Helping the community. And what happens as you grow older, we become more aware that we need to give. That we need to give back to the community, and therefore, we become more aware that we have a moral, not necessarily a legal obligation, but a moral obligation, to give back to community.

To serve.

Because we then realise than life is about serving. Life is about giving back. Life is about helping. Because the core of life is to serve to the brotherhood of man.

Service is the rent you pay to occupy this space on earth
Dr. Dennis Kimbrow, the successor to the great Dr. Napoleon Hill

Today we realise that life takes on a different role.
Service is the rent we pay to occupy this space on earth. If you do not serve, then you are not paying rent for the day. You are eating somebody’s food, drinking somebody’s water, standing on somebody’s ground, breathing somebody’s air, and not paying the rent.

How do you pay the rent? By serving.

How do you serve? By getting involved in community work.

To pay back to the community. Not necessarily in financial form. Could be time, could be energy, could be ideas, could be just showing up when somebody needs help in the community – for emotional support. That will be good.

So these are the 8 areas of life and you have a little bit more clarity now. Therefore, I suppose you will be able to write more goals and this is what I would like you to do for the rest of the week.

I would like to thank you for giving us this opportunity to serve you yet again and I look forward to seeing you So I would like to thank you for giving me this opportunity to serve you. By allowing us to serve you, you have served us. For that, we are forever grateful. Have a wonderful 2009. I know it’s going to be a great year for you because you are writing your goals down. That makes you 3% of the population on the planet who have written down goals.

For that I applaud you, for starting 2009 with a different stroke. For that, let’s together make this happen in this great year so that whatever external environment no longer affects us because everything is in the power of our hands. We make the decision and the power makes the provision.

Together anything can happen because you and I, you and God, are a majority.


Till we meet again.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Psycho Cybernetics

Psycho Cybernetics

What psycho-cybernetic is, how it works, how it functions in human personality, how it helps us to achieve the goals that we want, and how it takes us towards the goals and the things we do not want.


So in a nutshell, psycho-cybernetic simply means... “psycho” means “mind”, “cybernetic” means “steersman”. Which means there is someone in the unconscious recesses of your mind who steers your life in a certain direction. Your life is steered by the psycho-cybernetic mechanism in the direction of the goal that you have set because the goal that you set becomes the course, becomes the target, becomes the set point in which the steersman will direct your life, arriving on spot on that point.

Because once the target is set, YOU by law, must arrive at the target. Once a goal is set, because the mind being teleological and because of the psycho-cybernetic mechanism, it must by law arrive at that goal. No matter what. Sooner or later.


Now, these goals that we set, if they are not programmed, they are not set in this part of the mind we call the psycho-cybernetic mechanism, if it is not programmed in the psycho-cybernetic mechanism, then the steersman cannot take charge of this target to move towards this goals.


For a goal to be programmed, installed in the psycho- cybernetic mechanism, we need to access the unconscious mind so we can have your goal installed in to the psycho-cybernetic.

How you can install that into the unconscious part of the mind, into the psycho-cybernetic so that the steersman takes over and he overwrites.

Once it’s overwrite, then nobody can stop the psycho-cybernetic mechanism from achieving that goal, taking you into the direction of that goal.

If that's what you want, then it is good for you. If that is not what you want, then it is too bad because you cannot fight the psycho-cybernetic mechanism.

Because the steersman now defines in which direction you go in life.

LifeLine

LifeLine

Let’s discuss about lifeline because every single one of us has a lifeline. Your lifeline got started the moment you were born and as you went through life, ups and downs, for most people there are more downs than ups. Doesn’t really matter – that's the way life is!

And one day, we are all going to leave, we are all going to go. And if you join these 2 spots from the time you were born to the day you go, that's called a lifeline.

Keys:
P = Past
B = Birth
MB = Mental Blocks
C = Conditioning
E = Emotion
N = NOW
F = Future
D = Death

R = Results
H = Health
H = Happiness
W= Wealth
S = Success

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And every single one of us has a lifeline.

There are 3 very significant spots on this lifeline.
The first one is the past. Second is the present. And the third phase is the future. So the lifeline is divided into the past, the present and the future. And if you were to look at your life, the results in your life at the present moment, and if you were to look back in the last 5 years, looking back into the past, you might find that your life wasn’t as happy, as healthy, as wealthy, as successful as you possibly could be.

Now, I do not mean that you are not happy, healthy, wealthy, and successful at all. It implied that it could have been better. For most of us, it would have been better.

But then again, what had happened in the past is not important because it is the past. What happened the last 5 years is not important because it is history. Of course, it’s important for us to reflect on the past so that there are learning for the future but to live in the past would not change anything because it’s over, because it’s history.


And the next 5 years is also not as important, not really that important because the future is a mystery. Because none of us know whether we’ll still be around in 5 years.

So the past is history – not important. The future is mystery – not important. What is important is now, in the present moment. And it’s only in the present moment that we can make changes in our life.

The changes that we make in our life today, will be the constructed in the future of our life. The seeds that we plant today, we will harvest in the future. So if today we do not like the quality of our life, we do not like the results in our life, we could plant a brand new seed that in future we can harvest it.

We cannot get in the future what we do not plant now.

Whether you plant something by choice or by default, you are going to plant something. Whether you choose to set these goals or not by choice, they will be planted in your unconscious mind by default.

Maybe someone else will give them to you, maybe somebody will outsource them to you, maybe you will get caught up in the dream of someone else and helping somebody else achieve their dream because ultimately, it becomes your goal as well.

Not necessarily what you want. By choice or by default.

Because the mind is teleological. So the mind must always have a direction, have a coordinate, have a goal to pursue.

Teleological simply means target seeking – that the mind is target- seeking. The mind must always has a target to seek.

The mind must always have a goal to achieve. Now, if you do not by choice decide on a goal, the environment, circumstances, your company – by company here meaning the people around you – will decide that for you, and therefore, that becomes your target that you are unconsciously seeking, unconsciously trying to hit and you might not even know you’re going for that.

Because the mind, at any one time, must go towards achieving a goal. Whether it’s for good or bad, for construction, destruction; whether it’s for the betterment of human, mankind; whether it’s for the destruction of humanity. Doesn’t really matter. The mind must always go towards a goal because the mind is target seeking.



So we are trying today by choice to decide how we would like our future to look like. And we’re doing that by making some decisions today, by deciding what we would want in our life now so that it shows up in our future. And that's why we’re talking about the lifeline.

Because if you do not make changes today, your future will look just like the past. And if you are lucky, and if you are really, really, really lucky... your future will only be as bad as your past.

But most of us are not going to be so lucky, which means our future is going to be worse than our past if we don’t do something right now to make those changes. And the best way to make these changes in the future is by setting goals because goal is the seed that we plant for our future.

Life to Lifestyles

Life to Lifestyles


Goals, G-O-A-L-S is the acronym for God’s Only Answer to LifeStyle. God’s Only Answer to LifeStyle. Now, what does that mean?

Dr. Dennis Kimbrow, who is the successor to Dr. Napoleon Hill, he taught us that the reason for achieving goals is so that we can move from life to lifestyle, and he defined life and lifestyle.

He said, Life is God’s gift to you. You and I never chose to be born but we are here nevertheless, and hence, it is a gift from God. So life is God’s gift to you. Style is what you make of it.

That is the definition of lifestyle. Life is God’s gift to you; style is what you make of it.

Goals.

Goals is the vehicle that moves you from life to lifestyle.

Because there is great power in goals.

There are real power in goals. Now! I am going to give you 20 reasons why goals are important.

1. Goals give vision, optimism, hope and direction.
2. Goals give power to the spirit.
3. Goals make the impossible come true.
4. Goals move us easily from our limits.
5. Goals remind us of our potentials.
6. Goals help us turn our imagination into reality.
7. Goals offer us deep meaning to our life.
8. Goals are pictures of our desires.
9. Goals are concerned with both the present and the future.
10. Goals are affected by potential, not limits.
11. Goals get rid of our self-imposed limitations.
12. Goals are not limited by what we can or what we cannot do.
13. Goals are the starting point of a journey.
14. Goals can begin at childhood and refuse to go away.
15. Goals give purpose to everyday activity.
16. Goals exploit the kingdom within.
17. Goals are bigger than life.
18. Goals give purpose to life.
19. Goals are what we really want, not just what we think we can get.
20. Goal is the servant of the dream.

These are the 20 reasons why you would want to have goals.

I would like you to add on some other reasons which maybe your reasons, which maybe why you would want to set goals.

Goal Setting vs. Goal Achieving

Goal Setting vs. Goal Achieving

Goal setting vs. Goal manifesting.


Now, there is a whole lot of difference between goal setting and goal achieving or goal manifestation.


Goal setting is an intellectual exercise, where you sit down and write some goals. That is the WHAT. Just because you wrote some goals, there is no guarantee, or promise that you are going to achieve them because it is only an intellectual exercise.


On the other hand, goal achieving or goal manifestation is a lawful process.

“Is a lawful process”

Which mean the goal manifestation process works with the laws of the universe. “The universal laws”

Works with the power of God’s laws. Universal laws are always consistent. If someone else does something to achieve their goal, and if you were to do the same thing, you would achieve your goal – if you had the same goal.

Because the laws of the universe are always consistent.

So goal setting is a lawful process, which is a necessary step, which is choosing the WHAT whereas goal achieving is the lawful process, when we talk about the CLAIM. Because they are the 3Cs goal process, has 3 different segments which you need to complete because all goals, before they can manifest in the physical must happen at all 3 levels of creation. The first level is choosing the goal – the what. Next, we are going to do claiming the goal, which is the lawful process – the second level of creation.

The third session, you are going to connect with your goal. So it is Choose, Claim, Connect.

Connect is the how – what we need to do on a daily basis for you to connect and to achieve and to have in your hands the goal that you desire. So we are going to look at the entire process of achieving your goal. Claiming the goal. Connecting with your goal.

Because the goal process must happen at all 3 levels – in spirit, in the unconscious and the physical plane – all 3 levels.