INCENTIVES!?!? for the big dogs and the newbies!

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What drives you to succeed?? not just money... which is the obvious of course...

What were your incentives in the 1st place?


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Craig.
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  • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
    I have many goals, both intrinsic and extrinsic.

    I keep them between me and the universe though

    I used to share them but felt that it added undue pressure to myself. Ever since I've kept them close to the vest they have manifested more quickly.

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    • Profile picture of the author John Derrick
      Originally Posted by ryanbiddulph View Post

      I have many goals, both intrinsic and extrinsic.

      I keep them between me and the universe though

      I used to share them but felt that it added undue pressure to myself. Ever since I've kept them close to the vest they have manifested more quickly.

      Ryan Biddulph

      That is very Wise Ryan.

      Like you, I discovered that when you are consciously manifesting something you should not share it with others, because when you do, you hinder the process and almost always delay the completion.

      There are the rare exception, like when Kim and Sharon Miller agreed upon a joint manifestation of a house. I was lucky enough to get to interview them and get the entire process down. I now include it as a bonus for my Secret Course.

      Otherwise, like Ryan said, you should play it close to your chest until after you manifest it. Then share all you like.

      Very similar, I have noticed that if you are working on a project, creating a tool, or writing a book... and if you share with others what it is about in detail, you seem to take some of the power and momentum away from the project itself. So whenever I am creating something, I tend to keep that to myself until the completion as well.

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      • Profile picture of the author ryanbiddulph
        Originally Posted by John Derrick View Post

        Very similar, I have noticed that if you are working on a project, creating a tool, or writing a book... and if you share with others what it is about in detail, you seem to take some of the power and momentum away from the project itself. So whenever I am creating something, I tend to keep that to myself until the completion as well.
        Thanks John.

        I had the same exact experience occur so many times that I finally decided to keep virtually all of my goals a secret. It's a power-zapper for sure: I lost some momentum and my motivation decreased. I read about this idea in a few personal development books and now I know why.

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  • Profile picture of the author ddw76
    ya i have many goals too
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  • Profile picture of the author ddw76
    but also i like money lol forgot to add that
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  • Profile picture of the author dan208
    The things that drive me are independence from the 9 to 5, freedom to do what I want to in life, and the opportunity to learn new skills and get better at them.
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  • Profile picture of the author nepeterson
    How about a lifestyle? That is, to say, the ability to decide first thing in the morning how I want to spend the day with my family.

    Family is priority one for me.
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  • Profile picture of the author Landis
    growing up poor, i swore to myself I will be a millionaire by the time I am 25. Im going to make it!! I still got 4 years :p
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  • Profile picture of the author hazel0513
    The lifestyle that I want to create for myself, my family and close friends around me. It will take hours if I want to write it down here so I choose not to but get back to where am I now, and continue work towards it.

    Sometimes I have the feeling that "what I want" is kind of fragile so I tend not to share with too many people. As you may probably experienced that before, once you "expose" your dream or goal under the sun, others tend to justify it and eventually, you kill your own dream.

    I don't know, just my random thought now.
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  • Profile picture of the author ellewong
    To provide a better life for my mom and family
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  • Profile picture of the author Andrew O
    Originally Posted by craig crawford View Post

    What drives you to succeed?? not just money... which is the obvious of course...

    What were your incentives in the 1st place?
    I recently read a book (the Compound Effect) that called this Why-Power which is much stronger than Will-Power. When it's going rough and you want to quit willpower isn't enough, you need a stronger "why" behind what you're doing. When you find that, getting to where you want to go becomes a much smoother road to travel.
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