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  • Induction: relax, take some deep breaths, close your eyes and go back to the time when you were a kid, and someone asked you, What do you want to be when you grow up? Recall your answer, and recall what if felt like in your body.
  • What happened to your imagination? Did your teachers think it would get in the way of serious study? Were you told to stop daydreaming?
  • (Most of us have a very small idea about our creative power.)
  • Copyright 2002-2009 Art of Life Coaching, Inc.
  • Copyright 2002-2009 Art of Life Coaching, Inc.
  • Copyright 2002-2009 Art of Life Coaching, Inc.
  • Copyright 2002-2009 Art of Life Coaching, Inc.
  • Copyright 2002-2009 Art of Life Coaching, Inc.
  • Copyright 2002-2009 Art of Life Coaching, Inc.
  • Copyright 2002-2009 Art of Life Coaching, Inc.
  • Copyright 2002-2009 Art of Life Coaching, Inc.
  • Example of falling in love.
  • We’re talking about practical dreaming, not daydreaming. You are future business leaders Successful businesses are created by leaders with practical dreams.
  • Jim Rohn quote
  • Start time 0.03 Stop 8.00, leaving for africa I skip the scene of arrival, which we’ve already seen Start 15.41 other areas need water Stop 22.57 at end of farewell ceremony
  • Answer: because it will lead you to expand your limiting beliefs about your power. “ Earn a million dollars and then give it away. Do this for what you will become in the process of achieving it.” Jim Rohn
  • We would know we’re responsible for using our power.
  • The Answer, p 64.
  • Purpose is what we’re here to do. We all have gifts to bring to the world, gifts that make a difference in the world. You were made to make a difference in the world – how will you do it?
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    • 1. 1
    • 2. The Big Question. What do you want to be when you grow up? 2
    • 3. More Big Questions. Do you still let your imagination run free like when you were a child? Do you dream big? 3
    • 4. Purpose of This Presentation  Turn you on to the creative power within you – it’s enormous in every one of us.  Learn about creating the life you desire. 4
    • 5. How To Create The Life YouDesire How do we create? What is desire? 5
    • 6. Creation Begins With Thought.“What we think, we become.” Buddha, 563-483 B.C.“A man is but the product of his thoughts. What he thinks, he becomes.” Mahatma Gandhi, 1869-1948“If you think you can do a thing, or think you can’t do a thing, you’re right.” Henry Ford, 1863-1947“The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Eleanor Roosevelt. 6
    • 7. Thoughts Become Form Thoughts are things.  Has been demonstrated with quantum physics. Thoughts become form as you place attention on them. “Dreams are the seedlings of realities” – Napoleon Hill. 7
    • 8. Thoughts Become Form The following images are from the book The Hidden Messages in Water By Masaru Emoto 8
    • 9. The Hidden Messages in Water,By Masaru EmotoLove and Appreciation Image used by permission 9
    • 10. The Hidden Messages in Water,By Masaru EmotoBeethoven’s Pastoral Symphony played to a glass of water Image used by permission 10
    • 11. The Hidden Messages in Water,By Masaru EmotoHeavy Metal Music Played to a glass of water Image used by permission 11
    • 12. The Hidden Messages in Water,By Masaru Emoto“You Fool” Words typed and wrapped around a bottle of water “You Fool”in Japanese “You Fool” in English Image used by permission 12
    • 13. The Hidden Messages in Water,By Masaru Emoto “ You Make Me Sick” Words typed and wrapped around a bottle of water Image used by permission 13
    • 14. The Hidden Messages in Water,By Masaru EmotoThe Feeling of Gratitude Image used by permission 14
    • 15. Your Thoughts Affect Your Body The molecular structure of water is affected by thought. Your brain is about 90% water. Your body is about 60% water. 15
    • 16. How To Create the Life YouDesire. Desire is a state of mind in which you are focused on your dream. 16
    • 17. How To Create the Life YouDesire. “A burning desire to be and to do is the starting point from which the dreamer must take off.” – Napoleon Hill Every great leader has been a dreamer – “I have a dream.” Practical dreamer – one who can and will put their dreams into action.  For example, a business leader. 17
    • 18. What Life Do You Desire To Create? Need your vision for the life you desire to create. 18
    • 19. Your Purpose and Goals See “Finding Your Purpose” handout 19
    • 20. Your Conscious Blueprint Thoughts, ideas, beliefs you have about you and your world. Held in your conscious mind. Your statement of purpose and goals reveals some of your Conscious Blueprint. 20
    • 21. Could You Live a Larger LifeThan Your Conscious Blueprint? Why would you want larger goals? 21
    • 22. Ryan’s Well. Six year old boy  Caused a chain of events that led to creation of a water well in a village in Uganda. Watch carefully to see:  How Ryan did things in a certain way.  How the effects multiplied out into the world. 22
    • 23. Ryan’s Well Video from Spiritual Cinema Circle Vol 1, 2005Video excerpt available on www.youtube.comAlso you can google “Ryan’s Well” for more information 23
    • 24. Ryan’s Well. What Ryan did in a certain way  Responded to a feeling  Visualized  Imagined things the children didn’t have  Burning desire  Persistence  Ongoing imagination  Focused on purpose  Humility  Clear plan and strategy 24
    • 25. Ryan’s Well.  Effects multiplied into the world  Others were moved to help.  Teacher told students they too could do this.  Even the government of Uganda had not achieved these results. 25
    • 26. What Wild Dream Do You Have? As Wild As Ryan’s? 26
    • 27. Living Your Larger Life. We are designed for growth, expansion and fuller expression. Why would you want to live a larger life than you currently believe is possible? What holds you back from living your larger life? Your thoughts in your mind. 27
    • 28. Our Deepest Fear “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure…. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us. It’s not just in some of us; it’s in everyone….”  Marianne Williamson, A Return To Love. 28
    • 29. Our Deepest Fear. Why would we be afraid that we’re “powerful beyond measure”? We are responsible for our lives. We are the cause of our lives. 29
    • 30. How Do We Live Our Larger Life?How Do We Create?. Everything begins with thought. Thoughts become ideas, and ideas are things. What we think and the thoughts we keep in our mind determine what we create. It’s critical how we use our mind. 30
    • 31. Conscious MindThoughtsFeelingsActions Nonconscious MindOutcomes 31
    • 32. Conscious mind:0.1% of mindpowerNonconscious mind:99.9% of mindpower 32
    • 33. Gordon’s DilemmaFrom “The Answer” by John Assaraf and Murray Smith, page 64. 33
    • 34. Your Nonconscious Blueprint Inherited from your upbringing.  Mainly before age 5 or 6 Reinforced by our culture  People you associate with.  Advertising: thousands of impressions per day Controls most of your behavior.  98% of our behavior is automatic.  Example of driving a car. 34
    • 35. The Box We live inside our box of limiting beliefs about who we are and what we are capable of.  Personal limiting beliefs  Cultural limiting beliefs 35
    • 36. Changing Your NonconsciousBlueprint Consciously choose purpose and goals. “Neurons that fire together, wire together.”  Important fact about your brain.  See illustration at “What the Bleep Do We Know” (a DVD) 36
    • 37. Changing Your NonconsciousBlueprint  Create new neurological pathways in your brain  Visualization  Body Bugg example  Athletes  Emotionalized messages.  Repetition of clear, consistent messages.  Ongoing sense of gratitude 37
    • 38. What Would Your Larger Life Look Like? 38
    • 39. Living Your Larger Life Keep refining your purpose  Passion  Heart Harmonize your Conscious Blueprint and your Nonconscious Blueprint  So all parts of your mind are working together. 39
    • 40. “Think and Grow Rich” by NapoleonHill Library of Congress survey: this is the third most influential book in America.  After the Bible and “How To Win Friends and Influence People” Napoleon Hill interviewed and studied 500 of the richest people in the world for 20 years. Distilled into “Think and Grow Rich” 40
    • 41. “Think And Grow Rich” “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” Recall Ryan’s Well. 41
    • 42. “Think And Grow Rich” Steps ToRiches (some chapter headings) Desire: The starting point of all achievement. Faith: Visualization and belief in the attainment of desire. Autosuggestion: The medium for influencing the subconscious mind. 42
    • 43. “Think And Grow Rich” Steps ToRiches (some chapter headings)  Imagination: The workshop of the mind.  Decision: The mastery of procrastination.  Persistence: The sustained effort necessary to induce faith.  Power of the master mind: The driving force. 43
    • 44. What Is Your Larger Life? How far can you live outside your box? Reconsider your Purpose and Goals – are you ready to revise them? 44
    • 45. Lifework Write a clear statement of your purpose and goals and keep it up to date. 45
    • 46. Lifework Maintain a daily practice (“daily shower for your mind”)  Visualize your life with your goal achieved.  Record and listen to yourself stating your goals and statements about yourself in deeply felt tones.  Maintain an attitude of gratitude for your life. 46
    • 47. Lifework Resources  Read inspirational books.  Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill  The Answer, by John Assaraf  Listen to inspirational podcasts and CD’s.  Join a master mind group, or form one and lead it. (See the chapter in “Think and Grow Rich”)  Stay on track with an accountability partner.  Use a life coach or a mentor. 47
    • 48. Lifework Create wealth to support expanding yourself and contributing to others  Multiple sources of income  Create your own businesses Consider network marketing business  Learn fundamental business and leadership skills, part time while in school or at work.  Low initial investment, high potential payoff  “Personal growth with a pay plan” 48
    • 49. “If you dream it, you can do it” – Napoleon Hill“Shoot for the moon, and if you miss it, you’ll hit the stars.” 49
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