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https://loopvids.s3.amazonaws.com/Oct29Post.mp4 Exercising is important. Few, if any, people would say that exercise is NOT important. Anything related to health is both critical, and easy to ignore. It's easy ignore because it's usually acceptable. Meaning even if you have a slight bit of flab overhanging your belt, and you get winded walking up stairs, most of us always have MORE pressing issues. Money issues, relationship issues, career issues, etc. Only when health problems get up and in our faces to we take notice. This is one of the reasons we spend most of our health expenditures in the last few months of our lives. It is much more complicated, and there are many variables, but health is one thing we always tend to think of in, "I'll worry about it later" terms. Yet, at the same time, people that slowly build in SOME kind of health related activity find it much more beneficial. Aside from avoiding negatives, focusing on health brings many, many unexpected positives. Better sleep, better posture, better confidence, clearer thinking. People that have taken the time to SLOWLY build in healthy behaviors, like exercise and eating, would never DREAM of quitting. This is very much a MOMENTUM thing. It's very, very difficult to switch from a unhealthy lifestyle to a healthy lifestyle in a couple weeks. A year or two, yes. But a week or two, or even a month or two, not so easy. Which is why you need to ease into it. Because only when you make healthy behaviors a habit, do you truly see the benefits. Just as important are mental skills and communication skills. Both are a function of the other. The more clearer you can express yourself, the more coherent your thoughts and ideas will be. Language and thinking are two sides of the same coin. And they are very much like health. You don't really recognize the benefits until you take some time SLOWLY building in a daily practice. But once you DO build in a daily practice, the benefits will be ENORMOUS. The better you can think and express those thoughts, the more people will WANT what you have. Your presence, your ideas, your abilities. But even more importantly, once you spend some time working on thoughts and language, you'll SEE the world much differently. You'll see more opportunities than most people. You'll put together things in a way that most people can't. The best part is you only need to do a few minutes of exercise a day. To slowly build your thinking and speaking skills. Learn More: https://www.udemy.com/course/verbal-assassin/
If you want to be successful, you can go about it two ways. One is to do what people say you should do to be successful. Another is to simply try different things and see what works. If all you did was do what people told, you wouldn't get very far. Because they would see you as somebody to easily take advantage of. Since you were always asking others what to do. On the other hand, if all you did was learn by trial and error, it may take a LONG time. Naturally, you need a mix of both. One way to "kind of" ask others what to do is not ask directly. If you carefully watch what others do, you will learn a lot. But this only gives you HALF of the story. If that. Why only half? Because if you are going to copy success, you not only have to copy what successful people do, but what they don't do. But you can't really tell what they don't do, since they aren't doing it. And you'd also have to find out what and how they are thinking. So, just ask them, right? Maybe. Because if they suspect you might be competing with them, they might not tell you everything. Imagine setting up a hot dog stand next to another, very successful, hot dog stand. Think they would tell you all their secrets? Not likely! Some things, though, you CAN figure out on your own. And some things you HAVE TO figure out on your own. When selling hot dogs, it's pretty easy. Make sure they taste good, are affordable etc. But the more complicated the "thing" is, the more you'll have to learn on your own. Generally speaking, though, MANY things have plenty of overlapping areas of success. One of those is how well you communicate. No matter what kind of "thing" you are going to do, how well you communicate will have a HUGE impact on how well you do. In fact, doing something like selling hot dogs is one thing where communication is NOT needed very much. Any other skill you learn, any other relationship you need to create, the better you can communicate, the better you'll do. And the more WAYS you can communicate, the better you'll do. So if you can not only learn, but MASTER the most difficult kind of communication, you'll be light years ahead of everybody else. Learn How: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-hypnosis/
The most moving messages are always in the form of a story. One of the longest lasting sales pages of all time was for the Wall Street Journal. The WSJ itself is a highly technical resource with advanced economic and business insights. But the sales letter, used for decades, had nothing to do with that. It was only about two similar characters. Two average guys from two average towns. They each went to an average college and got average degrees. Both met average women and had average families. Both started with average jobs. But one guy stayed average, while the other guy make buckets of cash. The difference? One had access to specialized information. The other guy had the same information everybody else had. And because he had that same information that everybody else had, he made the same decisions and did the same things everybody else did. And got the same level of income. The sales letter didn't even need to draw conclusions. They left that up to the reader. To decide whether they wanted to stay average. Or get access to special information that few people took advantage. The reason this story works is because it is true. Most people are average, by definition. Few people will take the time to learn things that others don't. Even the people that learn things tend to learn the same things from the same places. College, advanced degrees, etc. Only those that learn from unusual sources and apply that unusual information in unusual ways will get things beyond average. Telling stories is like language. It's natural, instinctive. So most don't think of it as something to improve. But improve you can. Both in your language and how you tell stories. Stories allow you to deliver ideas and messages in ways that few people understand. But because we all like to hear stories, your messages will be profound. Listened to, acted upon, and greatly appreciated. All hidden behind something that most people are afraid of. Which means once you master this, you'll be in a class all your own. Learn More: http://mindpersuasion.com/public-speaking-hypnosis/