What are Paradigms? What is Your Paradigm?
1. A paradigm is a multitude of habits that are lodged in your subconscious mind.
2. To change a paradigm you must change it in the same way it was created
—through repetition of information.
3. You must understand that to change a paradigm you have to consciously and deliberately
replace a “bad” habit with a good habit.
I can help you define your Paradigms and help you change them.
You must consciously choose new beliefs that are aligned with the habits you want, and then plant them in the place of the old beliefs in your subconscious mind.
Through affirmations, find positive statements that mirror the beliefs or behaviors you want to incorporate and read the statements over and over again.
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If you want more money, you can use this affirmation…..
“I am so happy and grateful now that money comes to me in increasing quantities,
through multiple sources on a continuous basis.”
Another powerful tool you can use is visioneering, which is where you create a new image of yourself being, doing, or having the things you want. Practicing this a few times a day will go a long way in helping you change bad habits and attract the things you want into your life.
You can also do the following exercise:
- Think about a result you’re getting that you don’t want and ask yourself what behaviors or habits are causing that result.
- Write the behavior out in crystal clear detail.
- Ask yourself what habit or behavior is the polar opposite of the behavior you just identified.
- Write out the new behavior on another sheet of paper.
- Burn the paper that contains the bad habit (as a symbolic gesture).
- Write the positive habit out four or five times a day. Read it frequently. You will eventually lodge that idea in your subconscious mind.
Let the new positive beliefs take over.
When people change their habits, their results change. The problem is paradigms don’t want to be changed, so it is very difficult to do on your own.
Doug can help change your paradigms one step at a time.
As your paradigm changes, your life will too.
Some of the most success people in the world have been quoted to say…
“If you want small changes in your life, work on your attitude. But if you want big and primary changes, work on your paradigm.“
– Stephen Covey
“Remember: there will be no permanent change in your life until the paradigm has been changed.“
– Bob Proctor
“What happens is consciousness operates in mysterious ways. One of those ways is that the old paradigm suddenly starts to die.“
– Deepak Chopra
Doug has spent over 25 years mentoring and coaching people to improve their results. He is a successful entrepreneur, keynote speaker, and has a remarkable story! As a direct protege of Bob Proctor, he is on a mission to help you uncover and unlock your infinite potential!
Successful people dislike the same things you do, but they do them anyway. They get up early. They make sure they’re in front of a prospect every morning at 9:00 a.m. They practice or study while others are watching TV.
Here are three things you can do to get started:
- Realize that if you want something different in life, you’re going to have to do things differently. Then, command yourself to do what you know has to be done.
- Begin scheduling your day—from the time you get up until the time you go to bed. If you have a schedule, you’re more apt to do more of the things you really need to do to get where you want to go.
- Hold the image of being successful at what you want to do. Envision a complete shift. And proceed to let that vision unfold every day. It won’t be easy at first; however, you’ll get stronger and stronger. And then you’ll be able to do what you want, instead of just what you think you can do.
Book your call today with Doug Dane to have him show you how to change your world.
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