Unlimited Power - Big Ideas

Brainstorm the goals of a project according to the SMART principle

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1. SMART Goals

1.1. S = specific

1.2. M = measureable

1.3. A = attractive

1.4. R = realistic

1.5. T = terminateable

2. Time

3. Commodity of Kings

3.1. Information and communication

4. Power of State

4.1. How I walked barefoot across a 10ft bed of burning Hot coal

4.1.1. And the 3 keys I used which you can use to handle any FEAR in life

4.2. All I did was

4.2.1. Summon my most powerful state

4.3. In order to explain how I did it

4.3.1. I need t explain the concept of state

4.4. What is state?

4.4.1. Examples

4.4.1.1. Confident

4.4.1.2. Nervous

4.4.1.3. Happy

4.4.1.4. Excited

4.4.1.5. Discouraged

4.4.1.6. Anxious

4.4.2. Sum total of the Complete experience we are having in the moment

4.4.2.1. Sum total of ALL the neurological process happening inside us

4.5. Ultimate Key to success

4.5.1. Find a way to get yourself in the state that you want to be in - rather than the default state you are in right now

4.5.2. Most people just fall into states depending on external circumstances

4.5.2.1. The key is to be able to manage your state and get into the most appropriate state you need access to in that moment

4.6. Behavior

4.6.1. Our behavior is a result of the state we are in

4.6.1.1. To control our behaviors, we must control our state

4.6.2. All human behavior is a result of the state we are in

4.7. Successful People

4.7.1. Able to access their best state when they need it

4.7.2. Able to access the most powerful part of your brain on demand

4.8. To produce results

4.8.1. Put yourself in the right, empowered state

4.8.1.1. State empowers you to take right action

4.9. 2 ways to change state

4.9.1. Physiology

4.9.1.1. Posture

4.9.1.2. Breathing Pattern

4.9.1.3. Muscle Tension

4.9.1.4. Biochemistry

4.9.2. Internal Representation

4.9.2.1. Beliefs

4.9.2.2. Attitudes

4.9.2.3. Values

4.9.2.4. Past Experiences

4.9.2.5. 2 Keys

4.9.2.5.1. How and what we say in our minds

4.9.2.5.2. What and How we picture in our mind

4.10. Firewalk

5. Beliefs

5.1. 7 Empowering Beliefs

5.1.1. 1. Everything happens for a reason and purpose and it serves US

5.1.2. 2. There is no such thing as failure

5.1.2.1. Only Results

5.1.2.2. Successful people see "Outcomes" and "Results"

5.1.2.2.1. Not failures

5.1.2.2.2. They don't believe in it

5.1.2.3. We always succeed in getting results

5.1.2.4. Successful people

5.1.2.4.1. Its not that they do not fail

5.1.2.4.2. But they see it as an experience and not a failure

5.1.2.5. Reframe Failure to learning

5.1.2.5.1. Instead of dwelling on it - LEARN from it

5.1.2.6. Story of Abraham Lincoln

5.1.2.6.1. Read it from the book

5.1.2.7. Homework

5.1.2.7.1. Identify the top 5 failures in your life.

5.1.2.7.2. What did you learn from the experience

5.1.2.7.3. Probably the most valuable lessons

5.1.2.8. John Sonmez - Simpleprogrammer.com

5.1.2.8.1. Had a massive issue during a product launch - which for most people would have been a failure

5.1.2.8.2. He asked himself: What's the positive in this situation

5.1.2.9. Apollo mission to the moon - The rocket was off track 99% of the time

5.1.2.9.1. Constantly course correcting

5.1.3. 3. Whatever happens, take responsibility

5.1.3.1. I am at cause, Not effect

5.1.3.1.1. I am not at the mercy of circumstances

5.1.3.2. Those who take responsibility are in power

5.1.3.3. Those who do not take responsibility are disempowered

5.1.3.4. Become a soverign Man

5.1.4. 4. Its not necessary to understand everything to be able to use everything

5.1.5. 5. People are your greatest resource

5.1.6. 6. Work is play

5.1.6.1. Do you know anyone who has achieved massive success by doing what they hate

5.1.6.2. Mark Twain

5.1.6.2.1. "The secret to success is to make your vocation your vacation"

5.1.7. 7. There is no success without commitment

5.1.7.1. There is no great success without great commitment

5.1.7.2. WIT

5.1.7.2.1. Whatever it Takes

5.1.7.3. Successful ones are not

5.1.7.3.1. The brightest

5.1.7.3.2. Smartest

5.1.7.3.3. Fastest

5.1.7.3.4. Most talented

5.1.7.3.5. Larry Bird

6. How to Run your brain

6.1. To change how we represent things

6.1.1. SO that

6.1.1.1. We feel empowered

6.1.1.2. We do the right kinds of behavior

6.2. 2 things to change about our internal representations

6.2.1. WHAT we represent

6.2.2. How we represent

6.3. Modalities

6.3.1. Visual

6.3.1.1. SUb-modalities

6.3.1.1.1. Movie/still

6.3.1.1.2. Color/ B&W

6.3.1.1.3. Brightness

6.3.1.1.4. Size

6.3.1.1.5. Self in picture

6.3.2. Auditory

6.3.2.1. Sub-modalities

6.3.2.1.1. Volume

6.3.2.1.2. Tempo

6.3.2.1.3. Tonality

6.3.2.1.4. Pauses

6.3.3. Kinesthetic

6.3.3.1. Temperature

6.3.3.2. Texture

6.3.3.3. Pressure

6.3.3.4. Density

6.4. By changing sub-modalities we can radically change our exeprience

6.5. Exercise

6.5.1. Think of a pleasant memory

6.5.1.1. Close your eyes. Relax

6.5.1.2. Picture it in detail

6.5.1.3. Make it brighter

6.5.1.4. Bring it closer

6.5.1.5. Make it louder

6.5.1.6. Make it warmer

6.5.1.7. Make it softer

6.6. Changing these sub-modalities can change how you feel about anything

6.6.1. Our kingdom is our brain and we can run ours properly if we take control of how we represent what we experience

6.7. There is More - Page 93

7. Syntax of success

7.1. The way we order our actions

8. How to Elicit someone's strategy

9. Physiology

9.1. Physiology = The most powerful tool for instantly changing your state

9.2. "Act As If" really holds true

9.2.1. Old saying

9.2.1.1. "If you would be powerful, pretend to be powerful"

9.3. What is the physiology of a depressed person?

9.3.1. Shrunken, slow, shallow breaths etc

9.4. If you dont know how to do something

9.4.1. Act as if you do know how to do it

9.4.2. Just by "Acting as If" you will figure it out

9.5. The fastest way to change your state is = Your Physiology

9.5.1. Look Up

9.5.2. Shoulders back

9.5.3. Chest Out

9.5.4. Stand Tall

9.5.5. Feet Wide

9.5.6. When you mirror someone's physiology, you will feel exactly how they are feeling

9.5.6.1. You will go into the same state

10. Energy

11. Ultimate Success Formula

11.1. 11. What do you want?

11.1.1. We need to provide a very clearly defined target to our mind or it won't get there

11.1.2. Finger Exercise

11.1.2.1. Part 1

11.1.2.1.1. Stand up w/ feet slightly apart

11.1.2.1.2. Bring both arms straight forward

11.1.2.1.3. Now turn to your left

11.1.2.1.4. Take not of where you stop

11.1.2.2. Part 2

11.1.2.2.1. Now come back facing forward

11.1.2.2.2. close your eyes

11.1.2.2.3. Picture yourself turning left turning much farther

11.1.2.3. Part 3

11.1.2.3.1. Open your eyes

11.1.2.3.2. Repeat part 1

11.1.2.3.3. What did you observe?

11.1.3. Process

11.1.3.1. 1. Make an inventory of your dreams

11.1.3.2. 2. Estimate when you expect to reach those outcomes

11.1.3.3. 3. Pick out the 4 most important goals for the year

11.1.3.3.1. For each - write down why you want to accomplish it

11.1.3.4. 4. Review them against 5 rules

11.1.3.4.1. 1. Positive

11.1.3.4.2. Specific

11.1.3.4.3. 3. Have an evidence procedure

11.1.3.4.4. 4. It should be under your control and not dependent on changing others

11.1.3.4.5. 5. It is ecologically sound and desirable

11.1.3.5. 5. Make a list of the important resources you already have at your disposal

11.1.3.6. 6. Focus in on times when you used some of those resources most skillyfully

11.1.3.7. 7. Describe the kind of person you would have to be to attain your goals

11.1.3.8. 8. What prevents you from having the things you desire - right now?

11.1.3.9. 9. Create a draft step-by-step plan to go after these goals

11.1.3.10. 10. Come up with solid models

11.1.3.11. 11. Design your perfect day

11.1.3.12. 12. Design your perfect environment

11.2. 12. Power of Precision

11.2.1. communicate clearly

11.3. 13. Magic Of Rapport

11.3.1. Pacing

11.3.2. Leading

11.4. 14. Distinctions of Excellence - Meta Programs

11.4.1. Metaprograms

11.4.1.1. Moving towards or away from something

11.4.1.2. Metaprogram =

11.4.1.2.1. How someone processes information

11.4.1.3. External and Internal Frames of Reference

11.4.1.4. Whats in it for me compared to what can be done for me and others

11.4.1.5. Matchers and Mismatchers

11.4.1.5.1. Matchers find sameness

11.4.1.5.2. Mismatches find differences

11.4.1.6. Possibility v/s Necessity

11.4.1.7. Independent v/s Co-operative

11.5. 15. How to handle resistance and solve problems

11.6. 16. Reframing - The Power of Perspective

11.6.1. What is reframing?

11.6.1.1. Changing the frame of reference to perceive an experience

11.6.2. 2 kinds of reframing

11.6.2.1. Content

11.6.2.1.1. Taking the exact same situation and changing what it means

11.6.2.2. Context

11.6.2.2.1. Taking an experience that feels bad and showing how it could be a great advantage in another context

11.6.2.2.2. Entrepreneurs do it best

11.6.3. Think of 3 different things that are your biggest challenges in life right now

11.6.3.1. Reframe each of these situations

11.6.3.2. Story of Tom Watson - founder of IBM

11.6.3.2.1. One of his employees made a mistake that cost the company 10 million dollars

11.6.3.2.2. Tom watson says"We just spent $10 million on educating you. we can't let you leave"!

11.7. 17. Anchoring yourself to success

11.7.1. Firewalk

11.7.1.1. Anchored powerful state before we even walked to the fire

11.7.1.2. It is not easy to generate state at a moment's notice unless you have programmed them into your system before.

11.7.1.2.1. You want to program a bunch of resourceful states into your nervous system - so that you can access them on command - any time!

11.7.2. 3 STEPS

11.7.2.1. 1. Put the person in the state which they wish to anchor

11.7.2.1.1. They can remember the state from a  past experience

11.7.2.1.2. They can visualize a future experience

11.7.2.2. 2. Get them to experience the peak

11.7.2.2.1. They must Feel the feelings

11.7.2.3. 3. Consistently provide a specific, unique stimulus as the person experiences the PEAK of that state

11.7.2.3.1. Specific Words

11.7.2.3.2. Specific Sounds

11.7.2.3.3. Specific Kinesthetic

11.7.3. Keys

11.7.3.1. 1. Intensity of state

11.7.3.1.1. Absolute intensity is KEY

11.7.3.2. 2. Timing it with the Peak experience

11.7.3.3. 3. Uniqueness of stimulus

11.7.3.4. 4. Replication of stimulus

11.7.3.4.1. Replicate it exactly

11.7.4. Identify 5 key states you would like to have access to on command

11.7.4.1. Create Anchors for these states

11.7.4.1.1. Apply the above 3 steps

11.7.4.2. The more you repeat the 3 steps for creating the anchors, the more powerful the anchors become

11.7.4.2.1. over days/weeks/months

11.7.4.3. Intensity of state and repetition are key

11.8. 5 Keys to Wealth

11.8.1. 1. Develop the ability to Handle frustration

11.8.1.1. The key to success = Massive Frustration

11.8.1.2. 2 kinds of people

11.8.1.2.1. Those have handled frustration

11.8.1.2.2. Those who wished they had

11.8.1.3. Any great success story

11.8.1.3.1. Full of frustrations all along

11.8.1.4. If you don't have much money

11.8.1.4.1. You are not handling much frustration

11.8.1.5. Elon Musk

11.8.1.5.1. A very very high pain threshold

11.8.2. 3. Develop the ability to handle rejection

11.8.2.1. What's the difference between a sales person making $25K v/s another sales person making $100K

11.8.2.1.1. Their ability to handle rejection

11.8.2.1.2. The best salespeople are the ones who are rejected the most

11.8.2.2. Don't fear the word NO

11.8.2.2.1. It is just a 2 letter word

11.8.2.2.2. The word has no power

11.8.2.2.3. It cant cut your skin or harm you

11.8.2.3. There is no real success without rejection

11.8.3. 4. Learn to handle financial pressure

11.8.3.1. The greatest entrepreneurial success stories are a result of being able to handle financial pressure during the darkest hours

11.8.3.1.1. Almost bankrupt

11.8.3.1.2. Almost out of money

11.8.3.1.3. Still trying to figure it out

11.8.3.1.4. Elon Musk

11.8.4. 5. Never be complacent

11.8.4.1. Complacency is death

11.8.4.2. What happens when we get too comfortable?

11.8.4.2.1. We stop growing

11.8.4.2.2. We stop working

11.8.4.2.3. We stop adding value to society

11.8.4.3. Don't hang around people who are complacent

11.8.4.3.1. Don't start thinking you are doing well because of the people around you

11.8.5. 2. Give more than you receive

11.9. Values

11.9.1. What are values

11.9.1.1. Your own private and personal beliefs about what is most important to you

11.9.1.2. Things we need to move towards

11.9.1.2.1. Otherwise we feel unfulfilled

11.9.2. List out your 5 most important values

11.9.3. Now evaluate if your values are being fulfilled

11.9.3.1. How will you know if your values are being met?

11.9.3.2. What has to happen for you to know that your values are being fulfilled

11.9.3.2.1. Is it a long term goal 10 years out?

11.9.3.2.2. Or is it something you do and that meets your values today?

11.9.3.3. Greatness

11.9.3.3.1. When my business is doing 10 million in revenue

11.9.3.3.2. When I do things that I previously put a limitation on myself