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Start at the End Lesson 3 Video by Mind Map: Start at the End Lesson 3
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Start at the End Lesson 3 Video

MASTER THE FINE ART OF WRITING

To master the fine art of writing you must begin at the end.

Marketing point of view.

END GOAL

Wrap your goals in a hundred dollar bill

Think prosperous, feel prosperous, live prosperous, breathe prosperous and act prosperous, then you become prosperous.

3x5” card-write your goals for your book

Look at your goal card at least 4 times per day.

HOW MANY GOALS CAN YOU HAVE?

MUST set too many goals.

Write a book and make it a New York Time’s best-seller.

Step by step from the end (where do you want to get?) and then come back through all the steps to your ultimate success.

Believe you can write 7 minutes a day

one of your goals is to build a database.

Begin your database at once!

DICTATING

One of the best writers is Steve Allen

Overcome to achieve your success

Record into a tape recorder, or in your computer or even into your cell phone, You can call your own phone and leave a message of your inspiration! This is a great way to eliminate the excuses, detours and setbacks that often beset budding authors.

PLAN BIG, THINK RESIDUAL

“Start every day by pretending you got a new check for double the amount you got yesterday and you have to spend it ALL today.”

“Breathe deep.”

“Breathe again.”

Be calm

Smile.

Change your state

MONSTER GOALS

Take Aqaba

Have to have a mission that’s impossible to do and then you figure out a way to do it , no matter what it takes.

“Great dreamers’ dreams are never fulfilled, they’re always, always, always transcended.”

Set more goals than you ever expect.

INSIDER TIPS

If you’re going to program yourself to be anything, program yourself to be happy!

The One Minute Millionaire

Give 10% of your income to charity.

Put 10% of your income into savings.

Invest 10% of your income into wise investments.

Live on 70% of your income.

Finally: Your Guide to Great Writing

One Good Idea

Listen to Your Audience

Breathe Deep

Write Every Day!!!

One minute per day = One book per year!