If you had been with me in 1989, you would have seen a normal 16 year old kid, happily enjoying life and getting ready for his final school exam results. This was my public persona. What you would not have seen was my private one.
I was fearful and depressed.
I knew I had made a mess of my exams. I knew I was going to fail. It wasn’t a matter of would I fail. It was a matter of to what degree I would fail.
Well, let’s put it this way. I exceeded my expectations. I didn’t just fail. Oh no. I failed miserably.
So academically, I was a failure.
Now I was even more depressed. I would spend most of my day in my room, thinking about how much of a mess my life was. But that wasn’t helping.
As you can see, I was starting to become an expert at repetitive negative thinking.
Not something I would recommend by the way.
In 1991, I finally made a decision. To go and find a job instead of just sitting around at home.
Even my parents were rather concerned, because I had started to make a dent in the sofa where I would often sit all day.
Finding a job wasn’t that difficult. Soon I was stacking shelves in Woolworths.
This was a good experience for me at the time because I used to be very shy. I desperately needed to improve my confidence.
In the beginning, if a customer asked me a question, before I could answer, I would break out in a sweat. My heart would start racing and my stomach would tie itself into knots.
Because of my past failures, my self image and self esteem were at rock bottom. As I realised years later, they weren’t rock bottom because of my failures, but because I continued to feed those failures by constantly thinking about them.
I hated were I was in life and the fact that I was a nobody.
My family, relatives, and friends would often give me well meaning advice. But none of it made any sense to me. It just didn’t feel right.
At first, I thought my situation was normal because there were plenty of people out there who were in the same boat as me.
However, after a period of soul searching, I did begin to notice something.
Yes there were many people just like me, but there were also a few individuals, who were, like me, not academically clever and had struggled in life, but had now become happy and successful.
This got me thinking. Why was there this difference between these people and more importantly,
What was it?
How could two individuals start in similar situations, yet end up at opposite ends of the spectrum?
I made the decision there and then to find out what it was.
That one decision, changed my life.
So what did I discover? One element continued coming up repeatedly.
The power of the mind.
The successful individuals had turned their lives around by changing their thought patterns.
By constantly thinking and focusing on the positive aspects of their lives, rather than the negative ones. This allowed their subconscious mind to direct them to success rather than failure.
My next question was how could I learn to change my thinking processes.
This led me on a journey of personal growth. Which, over the years, greatly improved my thinking processes.
I studied NLP, meditation and hypnosis along with many other personal growth areas.
The results over time was a complete transformation.
At my school reunion, my friends were amazed by how much I had changed.
It’s amazing what one powerful question and one decision can do to someone’s life, isn’t it?
So why have I told you this?
To show you that life does not need to be difficult and stressful.
To show you that there is an escape route: everything required to escape the problems in your life is within you.
It is possible to turn any situation around; all it take is commitment, persistence, discipline, and of course, the incredible power of your mind.
This was my journey to greatness. Now its time to begin yours.
Within the recesses of your subconscious mind lies immense power to achieve greatness
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Whatever you have accomplished, or not accomplished up until now, is the result of the programming you have
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