My “Super Self” took me from a successful businessman to an innovator, Internet trendsetter, best- selling country western singer and an international speaker, allowing me to use a certain mindset and several powerful tools on my journey to success.
These tools include:
- Training Your Mind
- Super Self = Achieving Your Goals
- Subconscious To Conscious
- Building Your Super Self
Let’s take a closer look at these.
Training Your Mind
Every athlete knows to properly to properly train your body you must first train your mind. Success comes to those who have the willpower and strength to persevere when the going gets tough. Even through physical challenges, most of the battle of finishing the race and making it to top place occurs in your mind. When the mind is strong, it will keep your body moving forward until you reach your goal.
A properly trained mind enables you to work outside of your element and
instills a sense of confidence and the desire to push yourself further than you have ever gone before. Done correctly you are able to create your most powerful “YOU”—what I call your Super Self!
There are a couple of important points that will help you understand the concept of Super Self and the mindset necessary to create it.
You Have the Answers Within
You already have the answers inside of you. You ask yourself thousands
of questions every single day. It sometimes seems that the harder you try to make a change, the more resistance you encounter.
Whether you realize it or not, you already have the answers to all your questions. You have been exposed to so many things that you do not realize how much knowledge you already have obtained. You have tools within you to overcome obstacles. You have forgotten most of the information you have already learned and you only process two to three percent of what is happening at any given point in your life.
Although there are literally millions of events going on around you all the time, your mind is only processing about 40 items at a time.
Just take a look around. What’s going on? If you’re near a window, perhaps you can see nature carrying on outside, maybe you can hear a heater running or the shuffling of papers.
If the TV is on, you are most likely being bombarded by many different scenes. As all these things, and more, are simultaneously going on around you. Your mind is absorbing and remembering, whether you realize it or not. How much information are you missing? How much have you tuned out or thought to be insignificant?
When someone speaks, in addition to hearing what they are saying, you are also processing their real meaning through their body language, the way they look, the tone and inflection of their voice, eye movements, mouth movements, gestures etc. Your brain is processing all this information even though you are not aware of it.
Each day you interact, process, retain and discard. It’s a process you do over and over again, day after day, and it’s mostly done in your subconscious mind.
Can you imagine how much information has been processed throughout your entire life? Whether you learned it from a book, saw it in a movie, or heard it from a friend, you actually have all that information stored within you. The challenge is accessing it.