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Take the opportunity today to learn the GOLF lesson.

Hiya,

If you’ve ever felt like you don’t have enough time to get everything
done that you need to do on a daily basis then try this strategy
devised by the Internet Marketing/Property genius – Dean Jackson.
In a nutshell Dean identifies 4 Reactive Activator areas common to most of us:
1. Email    2. The phone    3. People    4. Thoughts
These are the most common distractors we face daily.

Dean devised the GOLF strategy to combat them.
Goal                                      – set yourself a task you want to
complete
Optimal Environment     – go to where you’re most likely to get
that done
Limited Distractions       – remove anything that will distract you,
phones, computers, etc.
Fixed Timescale               – set a timer for how long you need

The analogy is that if you decided to play a round of golf you’d have
to set aside approx. 4 hours of your time to do that. Whilst you’re
playing golf for 4 hours you’re not able to email, or phone, or get
bugged by colleagues (as long as you turn your mobile device off).

The tricky part is eliminating your thought distractions. For this he
suggests spending 50 minutes writing down as many thoughts as you can,
big, small, weird, irrelevant, important – whatever! This now reduces
the chance you will have a rogue thought distract you while you’re
doing your task.

I can’t do this justice here without writing a few pages so I suggest
you check out his video (if it’s still available) at:
http://bit.ly/nBVvaw

In it he explains and clarifies the whole process.

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

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Take the opportunity today to ask yourself ‘How can I…?’

Hiya,

Bill Harris of Centerpoint fame talks about this in an interview he
conducted with Michael Beckwith. The idea is that you consider a block
that you have in your life, it might be a career thing, a relationship
thing, a money thing. Then you ask yourself: ‘How can I find a
solution to…?’ Your subconscious mind then goes off to find an
answer. It actually tries to find the solution for you.

Try it. Start with asking as you fall asleep and see if an answer has
come to you in the morning. Keep a notepad and pen by your bed so you
can write any ideas or inspirations down immediately.

To learn more about Bill Harris go to: www.centerpointe.com

Enjoy

Stu

🙂

PS: Try out the first 79 pages of my book: ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘ at no cost simply by opting in to my complimentary video training series here: (CLICK HERE)

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