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Win Before You Start : 3 Tips to Win Anything Before You Actually Starting It

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3 Lessons (10m)
    • 1. Win Before You Start

      1:03
    • 2. Win Before You Start : 3 Tips

      7:55
    • 3. Win Before You Start : Project

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About This Class

- Are you producing, a Song, Video, Book, a Course or an Awesome Product? 
- Do You Want To Know, How to Gain Control Over Any Launch? 
- Do You Want To Know, How to Create a Positive Mindset Towards Your Upcoming Project?

Hey, this is Thomas; In this Class I will be teaching 3 proven tips to WIN ANYTHING & CREATE POSITIVITY . 

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1. Win Before You Start: I want to talk about the extreme and utter importance of being able to win in your mind before you ever begin something. I don't care if it's something really, really little. Where it's gonna take you half an hour going to produce a result. You gotta see yourself winning that thing or for something huge could be a competitive event. Sporting nature could be something some kind of project that you're working on for your worker. For your business. It could be something. You're producing a book, A song. Ah, video. I don't care what it is. You need to be able to see yourself triumphant. See yourself executing this thing to the best of your ability and getting the result that you want to get. You need to be able to see this and feel this in advance before you ever begin. 2. Win Before You Start : 3 Tips: I want to talk about the extreme and utter importance of being able to win in your mind before you ever begin something. I don't care if it's something really, really little. Where it's gonna take you half an hour going to produce a result. You gotta see yourself winning that thing or for something huge could be a competitive event. Sporting nature could be something some kind of project that you're working on for your worker. For your business. It could be something. You're producing a book, A song? Ah, video. I don't care what it is. You need to be able to see yourself triumphant. See yourself executing this thing to the best of your ability and getting the result that you want to get. You need to be able to see this and feel this in advance before you ever begin. And here's the problem that I see. I'm sure you can relate to this. I have definitely been guilty of this is we look back at previous experiences in our lives where things didn't pan out that well and they're pretty painful. And so when we want to take on something new for whatever reason, these old memories or these emotions get drawn up almost by default subconsciously, and we start remembering all the other times where we try to do something, and it didn't quite pan out. And so immediately we start no second guessing ourselves. We start wondering, what if this happens again and we take a hit to our confidence, We start visualizing a less than successful outcome, and then our mindset going into this important event is totally thrown off. And as soon as the mindset is thrown off, how do you think our performance is going to be at the end of all of that? And you know what the answer is? So let's talk about how we can make a mental shift and begin to train ourselves toe actually start seeing ourselves victorious and whatever it is we're about to embark on ahead of time. And there's three different ways to do this or three particular tips that I want to give you here that can help you do it. And and I also want to remind you that there are plenty of other people and there's actually videos you can watch and books you can read of people successful and famous people throughout history who clearly understood this strategy implemented it, and it worked for them over and over and over again. If you needed example, go look up Mohammed Ali videos. This guy knew without a shadow of a doubt before he started anything. Any fight that he was going to win, and he wasn't always 100% of the time, right? Sometimes he did lose, but in his mind before he started, he won that fight each and every single time, and he showed it, and it made him successful. So let's talk about the three tips that you can use. 1st 1 is drawing up memories where you were successful. So you about to start something new. Maybe you're about to give a big presentation or a big speech, and immediately your subconscious. Your emotional reaction to that new goal draws up all these other times where you failed or it was kind of subpar performance, and people don't really connect with your message or whatever. It wasn't awesome. It wasn't a victorious outcome, as as you wanted it to be. Ah, that's that may come up first, but you can immediately interrupt that by start remembering starting to remember other times where you were successful on. Maybe it wasn't in the speaking realm. Maybe it was your tennis player, and you had a flawless match one day and somebody that should have kicked your butt, You one, because you were on your game. You're focused. You're having a good day. Maybe you trained extra hard for that game, whatever. And you can literally immerse yourself in that memory, and you can start beginning to feel totally successful for no other reason than the fact that you're remembering this time previous in their life where you were successful and you'll start to get into a winning mindset. The more you dwell on that feeling, the more you can start encouraging that feeling to mold into the visualization of your current endeavor. Whatever it is you're working on right now, where you want to be victorious, and then you can start shifting in your mind and seeing yourself coming out successful. So let's say you're going back to this presentation you're working on right now. Now you can incorporate those winning feelings of your tennis match into the now into this current moment as you begin to see yourself experiencing this new win in the future. And so the next tip you drop your memories and ex typist is to start using something that I call negative worry. So this is like the opposite of worrying. We're so good at worrying how crappy an event might turn out for us or how much we're gonna screw something up. What if I do this? Or what if this goes wrong? Or Ford, or if he or she says this and throws me off my game or off of my presentation? And before we know we're spiraling out of control with all these negatives that totally make us feel defeated even before we begin with, The opposite of that is to worry about what could possibly go right. And this is where those introduction of those previous memories works really, really well. So with negative worry, you start saying, Well, what if What if I actually get into a really good flow? What if I start delivering this speech and new ideas just enter my my mind and I get a new level of energy and I start delivering a talk like I've never delivered before? And the audience is connecting with me, and by the end of it I'm getting a standing ovation and incredible feedback forms and you name it and people are ordering from me at the end of it. And you can literally just worry yourself in a negative direction, meaning your for seeing a positive outcome. You start visualizing that kind of outcome, along with those previously drawn up memories of positivity of winning. You combine those two experiences together. Now you're moving in the direction of being in the winning mindset before you begin. And then that brings me to my third and final tip, which is how you keep yourself feeling good before the actual event begins. You've used memories. You've used some of this negative worry to kind of move that in the direction of feeling good, feeling like you're a winner before you begin. Now how do you keep that going while you do it with self talk? And it can literally be a voice inside your head where you talk to yourself, saying, Here's some of the things that I intend on creating toe happen. Here are some of the things that are gonna work out for me Here's what's gonna happen when I do this. I'm I'm really good at presenting because I've practiced a lot and I know have a lot to share. And I've had a lot of good experiences that I know this audience needs to hear, and you've started building more and more momentum. But the more you talk to yourself in assertive, positive, sort of winning type of mindset ahead of time, the more you're gonna feel this winning mindset in your body and at a visceral level before you begin. If you imagine if you were to start to do this for both small and big challenges in your life, if you got into the habit of feeling successful before you began and worrying in the opposite direction, meaning you're visualizing a positive, triumphant welcome and you're talking to yourself, reminding yourself that this is possible over and over and over again. You do this daily. You start to do this weekly. It starts to accumulate into experiences over the course of a month over the course of a few years, and before you know it, this is just who you are. And now how many opportunities do you think you're gonna have to be successful versus if you enter every single endeavor with a losing mindset of worrying about what could go wrong . Who do you think's gonna have a higher degree of success in the end person A or person B the person who is except expecting to win, expecting to be successful or the person who is questioning if this thing is even possible . You know what the answer is? You know who you need to be. So let's start all doing this. Let's work on seeing the end result as we want to see it ahead of time and feeling like a winner regardless and then, you know you're gonna bring your a game, and then however it turns out, is how it turns out and you move on to the next event, always expecting to be the best. I hope this helps you get a different perspective on your challenges and gives you a level of confidence that maybe you didn't have before a level of confidence that that might actually cause you to win where you could have lost Otherwise. I hope this helps you speak 3. Win Before You Start : Project: