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Overcoming Fear and Taking Action: You Can Make History

“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself” -Franklin D. Roosevelt.

The outcome of today has yet to be determined, therefore it doesn’t exist yet.

Do not fear what doesn’t exist.

“Everything you want is on the other side of fear” -Jack Canfield

“Nothing is impossible to the one who believes.”

Today, your impossible is waiting to be done!

Start with the tree in front of you, and the forest will follow. You’re not just tackling a task; you’re rewriting your story, one moment, one swing at a time.

“Thinking will not overcome fear, but action will” -W. Clement Stone

YOU get to determine the outcome of today by what YOU do with every moment YOU have.

Take a deep breath, trust your training, and give yourself to the moment.

“The people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the ones who do.” -Steve Jobs

BELIEVE in who you are and go make history!!!

Keywords: Fear, Action, Belief

Action Item:

Take a moment to identify one thing you've been fearing or hesitating to pursue. Break it down into smaller, manageable steps, and commit to taking the first step today. Remember, action is the antidote to fear, and by taking that first step, you're already on your way to achieving your goals!

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January 11, 20243 min read

Visualizing Success: Creating Your Reality from Dreams

Daily Value - 1/11/24

“Logic will get you from A to B. Imagination will take you everywhere.” -Albert Einstein

Visualize how you want to be; who you want to be. 

“I dream my picture and then I paint my dream” -Vincent VanGogh

“To bring anything into your life imagine that it’s already there” -Richard Bach 

Just “Hold a picture of yourself long and steadily enough in your mind's eye, and you will be drawn toward it.” -Napoleon Hill

However, be mindful that “You cannot consistently perform in a manner which is inconsistent with the way you see yourself.” -Zig Ziglar 

Imagine more for yourself, of yourself, by yourself. 

“To accomplish great things we must first dream, then visualize, then plan... believe...act!” -Alfred A. Montapert

“What is now proved was once only imagined.” -William Blake 
There must be a limit? 

“The mind is the limit” -Arnold Scwharzenneger

Summary: This post centers on the power of imagination and visualization in achieving goals and personal transformation. It conveys that logic has its limits, while imagination opens endless possibilities. Common words like 'imagination,' 'visualize,' and 'dream' highlight the theme of envisioning one’s aspirations to manifest them into reality. The post emphasizes the need to align self-perception with one’s goals for consistent performance and encourages readers to dream big and imagine without limits.

Common Words:

  • Imagination and Visualization: Focuses on using imagination as a tool to transcend conventional limits.

  • Dreams and Goals: Highlights the importance of dreaming and setting goals as the first steps to achievement.

  • Self-Perception and Consistency: Emphasizes the need for alignment between self-view and actions for success.

Today's Action "Homework" Items:

  1. Spend time visualizing a personal goal in detail, imagining the steps to achieve it.

  2. Write down how you see yourself in relation to your goals, and if there’s a discrepancy, plan steps to align your self-perception with your aspirations.

Suggested Readings:

  • "The World as I See It" by Albert Einstein - Offers insights into Einstein’s thoughts on creativity and imagination.

  • Works of Vincent Van Gogh, such as "Letters to Theo" - Provides a personal perspective on the artist’s imaginative process.

  • "Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah" by Richard Bach - Explores the power of thought and imagination in transforming one’s life.

  • "Think and Grow Rich" by Napoleon Hill - Discusses the role of visualization in achieving success.

  • "See You at the Top" by Zig Ziglar - Offers practical advice on personal development and self-image.

  • "The Art of Living" by Alfred A. Montapert - Discusses the process of visualizing and achieving goals.

  • "The Complete Poems" by William Blake - Showcases Blake’s belief in the power of imagination.

  • "Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story" by Arnold Schwarzenegger - Shares Schwarzenegger’s journey and his belief in the power of the mind.

Famous Authors:

  • Albert Einstein (1879-1955): A theoretical physicist known for his theory of relativity and contributions to the philosophy of science.

  • Vincent Van Gogh (1853-1890): A Dutch post-impressionist painter whose work is noted for its beauty, emotion, and color.

  • Richard Bach (born 1936): An American writer known for his books on philosophy, spirituality, and self-help.

  • Napoleon Hill (1883-1970): An American self-help author known for his books on personal success.

  • Zig Ziglar (1926-2012): An American author, salesman, and motivational speaker known for his works on performance and personal development.

  • Alfred A. Montapert (1872 -1942): An author known for his works on success and personal development.

  • William Blake (1757-1827): An English poet, painter, and printmaker, celebrated for his expressive and mystical works.

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger (born 1947): An Austrian-American actor, businessman, retired bodybuilder, and former politician known for his emphasis on the power of the mind.

Pat Davitt

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