Brain Snap

Don’t we all get stuck in a rut? We get so used to thinking the same way that we tend to close off new options almost automatically. As we become more conditioned and get older, we tend to increase our cynicism and skepticism and become less amenable to new ideas. We develop a blind spot for anything that we associate with pain, discomfort, embarrassment, or failure. Our neuro associations cripple us. Past, hurtful experiences hobble us. We get set in our ways. When you become a Joint Venture Broker, this is a very expensive and detrimental mindset. It will exclude you from multiple, lucrative JV options! How can we open up the channels so that Joint Ventures start to flow to us? Do you remember how a famous person explained "Interrupting a pattern?" When his client was whining about a lost boyfriend, he threw a glass of cold water in her face. He asked silly, unconnected questions in the middle of her diatribe. Eventually, the negative interpretation and connection between losing the boyfriend and feeling bad was broken. It's all in our heads.

Movement creates power, magnetism, and electricity. Action is essential to exposure. In order to snap your brain out of that rut, to rise above your comfort level and to break your addiction to comfort, you need to get actively involved in meeting new people and associating with new ideas and business concepts. Break the bonds of conditioning by purposeful moving out of your comfort zone. Read books and listen to interviews that are diametrically opposed to your philosophy and religion. Listen to music in order to open up your right brain. Make yourself vulnerable. Confront your fears. Ask the painful questions. Admit your concerns. Dare to do what you dread. Get involved. Sow massively in order to reap massively. Take action! Meet people!

As yourself these questions: “What would it take for me to move across the world to an unknown country? How much money would make me do what I consider the most difficult. What stops me from doing what I know I would need to do to accomplish this goal?” Ask yourself who it would be most difficult for you to call on the telephone. Ask why. Then call them. Ask yourself a lot of “What if?” questions. “What if so-and-so died tomorrow? What if I lost my job tomorrow? What if I was offered a hundred thousand dollars to move to Siberia for two years?” Oliver Wendell Holmes said, “Man’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.” Stretch it.

We have to plan a course out of our comfort zone. We have to take massive action. We have to confront and overcome our fears and seriously question our beliefs and philosophy, in order to excel in Joint Ventures. We have to be able to bravely accommodate new concepts and consider new approaches. Most of all, we need to commit. When you become a Joint Venture Broker, you are no longer imprisoned by your own limited frame of reference. Suddenly, you can borrow the frames of reference of thousands of other people. Your horizons and options can expand and multiply thousands of times overnight. Your courage is determined by your belief, self-confidence, and hunger to achieve your goals. Your success is in directly proportion to your commitment.

When people realize that they can become full time JV brokers and create an unlimited income, they have to make a decision. “Will I throw myself into this with everything I have? Will I focus my time and energy and do whatever it takes? Am I prepared to make this a long-term commitment? How hungry am I?” After all, there is no real financial investment. There is, however, an emotional investment. Anne Morriss said, “The irony of commitment is that it’s deeply liberating.” W.H. Murray, the explorer, wrote: “Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness. Concerning all acts of initiative (and creation), there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans: that the moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too. A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents, meetings, and material assistance, which no man could have dreamt would have come his way.”

The word, "DECIDE", is from the latin "Decidere" , which means "To kill off any other alternatives".

Snap out of fear and into abundance. Become a money magnet.

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