I read a news story a while back about some rich sheik from an oil rich country that visited the United States. He bought a motor home, and noticed that the motor home had a cruise control feature. He set the cruise control, and proceeded to go in the back to take a nap, thinking that motor home would drive by itself. I guess money can’t buy everything.
While they are starting to build cars that can parallel park themselves, I think we’re still a long way off from having cars will automatically drive us to our destinations.
But what ifÂ you were to discoverÂ a way to easily drive you to your destination? Almost as if by magic? How would you like to be able to program you brain to naturally find thingsÂ so it would automaticallyÂ make it easy for you to get what you want out of life? It’s a lot simpler than you might imagine. Are you ready to learn how?
The Chinese refer to it as ‘Future Memory.’Â Ben Franklin (you rememeber him, right?) referred to it as a ‘Daily Review.’ It’s easy to do, and a lot more powerful that it appears.
First you need to establish a list of strengths, things you like about yourself, and another listÂ things that you would like to get rid of. Bad habits, thoughts, beliefs. Make both lists as long or as short as you want, but make sure you have at least three on each list.
Now make a list of things you want to achieve. Make them good things, but not too far out there. For example, to lose 10 pounds would be ok, or lower your golf score by 5 pointsÂ would be fine.Â Â While you should always feel comfortable to set big goals, for this particular exericise, choose something small. After you easily prove to yourself that it works, you can naturally move on to bigger and better things.
So now you have three short lists, right? Here’s how it works. After you finish your day, sometime shortly before you go to sleep, review your lists. You can do this by hand or on the computer, either way is fine, as long as you write it down.Â On on page, youÂ should have your three lists. On each page after thatÂ make three columns, labeled stregths, weaknesses, and goals. Have a separte sheet or document for each. Under each column, write what ever you did that day to:
1) Decrease your weaknesses
2) Increase your strengths
3) Move toward your goals
The important thing is to remember any thing, any small thing that is a step in the right direction, no matter how small you think it is. For example, if your goal is to lose ten pounds, and you normally eat a whole pint of ice cream while watching TV at night, and on that particular day, you ate the whole pint MINUS a thimblefull, that is fantastic. Write it down. Feel proud. Feel gratitude. Thank yourself. Likewise with your strengths or weakenss. ANYTHING is fine.
The key here is to build momentum. The more you do this, the easier and more natural it will get. And you will likely see yourself changing in fantastic ways as if by magic. But because you are likely to start small, it’s best to keep this listÂ a secret until you are comfortable enough to brag about your fantastic accomlishments to your friends. If you make sure to spend just a few minutes every night, you will slowly build momentum until your strengths far outweigh your weaknesses, and your goals will begin toÂ appear almost automatically. And your friends will naturally wonder why you have suddenly become so successful.
And please remember to check back often, as I will be updating this site regularly. And while it’s good to keep the above techniqueÂ a secret, feel free to share this site with your friends, because it really feels good to help people out.