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The first step in personal development is taking total responsibility for where you are today. Take a moment to think about this. You have had, and still have available to you, the same opportunities as everyone else. You have made choices in your life, which have resulted in your current environment, financial situation and personal relationships. For personal development to work in your life, depends entirely on your ability to take 100% responsibility for your thoughts and actions. The moment you begin to take total responsibility you will begin to make changes that will re-direct and improve your life.
The next step is fun. It will be one of the factors which determines whether or not you’ll have any success with the personal development principles. You need to set goals and write them down. The last half of that statement is the part which most people never both to do!. You MUST write your goals down. Thinking about what you would like to do and daydreaming about things you would like to have, will NOT bring change. It isn't enough. Have fun with this... it’s your dream life!
So how does intonal work? It’s much easier and faster to listen to these tracks, with or without the musical backing, than it is to read a book. You can be driving the car, cutting the lawn, walking in a park, doing the house work, walking to the shops. Get on with your every day life, but make sure you listen to these tracks daily. Every day for at least 30 days, preferably 60, and if you’d like ever lasting change, 90 days.
as·sim·i·late (to take in and incorporate as one's own; absorb; to bring into conformity with attitudes)
Every time you create a memory, a neural-pathway is created between your brain cells. It’s a little like clearing a pathway through a very dense forest. The first time you do it, you will have to fight your way through the undergrowth. If you don't return to the path soon, it will quickly become overgrown and you may never realise that you’d been down that pathway. If however, you go along the pathway before it begins to grow over, you will find it much easier than your first journey.
Successive journeys down the same pathway means that eventually your track will become a footpath, which will, in turn, become a lane, a road, a motorway. It’s exactly the same with your memory. The more times you repeat new patterns of thought, the more likely you will recall the information, until it becomes a habitual. Repetition is an integral key part of learning so make it a habit and create your own personal habitude.
hab·i·tude (a habit or custom; a healthy mental habitude; customary condition or character)
Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time, named “Sportsman of the Century”, said “It's the repetition of affirmations that leads to belief. And once that belief becomes a deep conviction, things begin to happen.” Take this opportunity, change your life!
You might even wish to write out why you want to achieve your goals; when the why gets stronger the how become much easier! Then start visualizing your goals as already completed. This helps to make the effort required to achieve your goals, much easier. It now goes from being something you would like, to something you expect and have got to have. If you want your life to change then YOU have to change your way of thinking.