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How Does The Super Conscious Mind Operate?

September 10, 2010 Leave a comment
The super conscious mind draws on three sources.
First, it has access to all the information stored in your subconscious mind – everything you have ever learned or experienced. Moreover, it has the ability to discriminate between what is true and what is false and uses only stored information that is true. In this way, it brings you answers and solutions that are correct and appropriate.
Second, the super conscious mind also has access to knowledge and information from outside and beyond your personal knowledge. The universal mind contains all the intelligence, ideas and knowledge that has ever existed, or that will ever exist. For this reason, it is sometimes called the “collective unconscious” or the “universal mind.”
Third, the subconscious mind also draws on ideas beyond your current experience. Have you ever come up with an idea for a new product or service, only to dismiss it because it was in a field in which you had no experience? Later, you may have been astonished to see a company come up with the same product or service and make a huge success of it. This is not unusual because, due to childhood conditioning, we often tend to ignore our own ideas, assuming they could not be worth very much when they could actually change our very lives.
Can the enormous powers of the super conscious mind be harnessed and directed to better our lives? If so, how?
Your super conscious mind functions on a non-conscious level 24 hours each day, 365 days each year. Whenever you program a goal or a problem into your subconscious mind and then release it, it is transferred to your super conscious mind, which goes to work to manifest the goal or solve the problem, drawing on all of your knowledge and experience as well as all of the intelligence, ideas and knowledge that has ever existed or that will ever exist. All that is demanded of you is, first, to state the goal or problem clearly, second, to relax and have trust and faith in this natural law, and third, to stay the course, never wavering, never doubting, never retreating or quitting. Your super conscious mind will then automatically and continuously solve every problem and offer solutions to every challenge on the way to your goal. It will attract the people and the resources required to achieve your goal.
The Law of Super Conscious Activity is the invisible thread that weaves throughout our Coaching and Mentoring Program. It is because of the critical importance of this principle that we focus so heavily on clarifying your goals – the crucial first step to activating your super conscious mind. If followed faithfully, the following five steps will help you tap into your own super conscious mind and literally guarantee your success in meeting and exceeding your goals:
1. Define your goals clearly, preferably in writing. Practice the 10-goal method, with which you are now familiar, every day, thus driving your goals deep into your subconscious mind.
2. Do your homework. Gather as much relevant information as you can. Read, research, ask questions and actively seek the answer(s) that you need on how to achieve each goal.
3. Diligently review and analyse all of the information you have gathered, seeking the best answer(s).
4. If you still have not been able to come up with the way to reach your goal, consciously turn it over to your super conscious mind. Release it confidently, like letting go of a helium-filled balloon, and let it float away.
5. Actively engage your conscious mind elsewhere, persevering in your quest, and allow your super conscious mind to take over. At the right moment, it will provide you with the ideas, the people and the resources needed to achieve your goal.
All that remains to be done is to stay tuned in to your intuition, for it is from this source that your super conscious mind will speak to you – perhaps at the most unexpected time – and then to act immediately on the answer that is provided to you. Remember, the answer is time-dated. Do not hesitate. Take immediate, bold, decisive action, and stay the course until success is yours.
How will you know when the answer has truly come from you super conscious mind? There are three characteristics of a super conscious solution.
First, when it comes to you, it is 100% complete and is always within your resources and capabilities.
Second, it appears to be a blinding flash of the obvious. It seems so simple and so evident that you often wonder why you hadn’t thought of it before.
Third, a super conscious solution is always accompanied by a burst of joy and energy – a feeling of elation that makes you want to take action immediately.
You do not have to trust Napoleon Hill, who explored the principle of the super conscious mind in THINK AND GROW RICH, or me. Simply put it to the test. Faithfully write your goals each day. Do your homework. Work diligently toward the achievement of your goals. When barriers arise, or challenges surface or apparently unsolvable problems get in your way, calmly and confidently turn them over to your super conscious mind and let them go. You will be richly rewarded with answers and solutions and resources that may astound you.
Third, a super conscious solution is always accompanied by a burst of joy and energy – a feeling of elation that makes you want to take action immediately.
You do not have to trust Napoleon Hill, who explored the principle of the super conscious mind in THINK AND GROW RICH, or me. Simply put it to the test. Faithfully write your goals each day. Do your homework. Work diligently toward the achievement of your goals. When barriers arise, or challenges surface or apparently unsolvable problems get in your way, calmly and confidently turn them over to your super conscious mind and let them go. You will be richly rewarded with answers and solutions and resources that may astound you.
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Law of Super Conscious Activity

September 6, 2010 Leave a comment
One of the most important success secrets is the Law of Super Conscious Activity:
“Any thought, plan, goal or idea – whether positive or negative – held continuously in your conscious mind must be brought into reality by your super conscious mind.”
What is the super conscious mind? How does it operate? Can its enormous powers be harnessed and directed to better our lives? If so, how? This white paper offers a distillation of Ronnie’s answers to these questions.
As I mentioned in my book, The Mentor Club, what is the super conscious Mind?
Essentially, our minds operate at three levels of consciousness.
Our conscious mind identifies, compares and analyses data and then, based on these processes, makes decisions.
Our subconscious mind stores and retrieves information and obeys the commands of the conscious mind.
Our super conscious mind functions outside and beyond both the conscious and subconscious mind, but is accessed through them. Also known as the “infinite intelligence,” and “supra-conscious mind,” the super conscious mind serves at least three functions.
First, it is the source of all pure creativity. All truly classical art, music and literature flow from the super conscious mind. Ralph Waldo Emerson confessed that his essays seemed to “write themselves.” In describing the essence of Mozart’s brilliant compositions, court composer Salieri said, “He writes the most beautiful music in the world as though he were taking dictation.”
Second, the super conscious mind is the well from which spring new inventions and scientific breakthroughs. Edison regularly tapped into his super conscious mind where he discovered core ideas and principles leading to his hundreds of successful inventions.
Third, the super conscious mind is the true source of all inspiration, all motivation – the excitement you feel when aroused by a new idea or possibility.

Other’s Ideas – Ways to Leverage Yourself

A sixth form of leverage is Other People’s Ideas. One good idea is all you need to birth a fortune. The more you read, learn, discuss and experiment, the more likely it is that you will come across an idea that, combined with your own abilities and resources, will make you a great success in your field. Of course, ideas in and of themselves are not all it takes. The world is full of people who will eagerly share with you their “if only” tales. How often have you heard, “I had this great idea but before I could get around to doing something with it, someone else came out with it and made millions. If only I’d done something with it!”? It is the person who acts on an idea who reaps the benefits. If it’s your own original idea, good for you. But some research can open your eyes to a never ending stream of Other People’s Ideas that, when wrapped up in a sound plan and put into action, can form the basis of a highly profitable venture.

Other’s Successes – Ways to Leverage Yourself

June 28, 2010 1 comment

The fourth form of leverage is Other People’s Successes. You can dramatically improve the quality of your results by studying the successes enjoyed by other people and other businesses. Successful people have usually paid a high price in money, effort, emotions, difficulties and disappointment to achieve a particular goal. By studying their successes, and learning from their experiences, you can often save yourself an enormous amount of time and trouble.

Read biographies of successful people. Study the careers of those who have achieved great success in your field. Seek them out and ask their counsel. You will find that many successful people take great pleasure in helping younger individuals who are sincere about making something of their lives. Their advice can prove priceless. As you become successful yourself, remember the gifts received from those who have blazed the trail before you. Make an effort to give back to those who follow. This will bring you its own store of riches.

Other’s Knowledge – Ways to Leverage Yourself

June 26, 2010 1 comment

The second form of leverage is Other People’s Knowledge. One key piece of knowledge applied to your situation can make an extraordinary difference in your results. It can save you an enormous amount of money and many hours – even weeks or months – of hard work. For this reason, successful people are like radar screens, constantly sweeping the horizons of their lives, seeking continually in books, magazines, tapes, articles and conferences for ideas and insights they can use to help them to achieve their goals faster.

The Internet now makes the job of researching Other People’s Knowledge easier and faster than ever before.

Place – One of the Elements of a Well-Conceived Marketing Matrix

Finally, where you sell your product can have a profound impact on your success. For many years, IBM equipment was not sold in any retail outlet. In the late 1970’s, with personal computers growing in market acceptance, the company made a strategic decision to open their own retail stores, carrying chiefly IBM products and representing the only place these products could be purchased. As more and more stores offering a wide array of computer equipment and accessories became fashionable, IBM was forced to reassess its strategy. Today, IBM equipment is available through many competing retail outlets alongside most of its major competitors’ products.
 
For many years, doctors made house calls. Today, if you want to see your doctor, there is a high probability you will have to go to his office. Depending on the patient, i.e., customer profile, the office décor will vary widely – homey and comfortable with a range of toys and children’s books in the case of an obstetrician, to severe and even simple in the case of a radiologist. Lawyers specialising in corporate law and dealing primarily with large corporations are normally located in downtown high rise office buildings and their office décor is usually tasteful, elegant and expensive. Smaller law firms might be located in suburban areas and their décor less ostentatious.
 
Every effort should be made to ensure that the location where you conduct business is convenient for your customers. The facility should be appointed in a fashion that will make them feel comfortable. The object is to make it as easy and as inviting as possible for them to do business with you.
 
In the late 1900’s, a new, previously unimaginable location emerged. Today, the Internet is one of the fastest growing marketing channels. You should follow its development carefully. Does your product lend itself to marketing on the Internet? If so, do you have a website? Has it been professionally designed? Have you taken the same pains to tailor its appearance to appeal to your ideal customer as you have with your office décor?
 
Does your site have an e-commerce capability? Do you have someone on staff, or perhaps an outside contractor, who stays abreast of changes in technology and updates your site accordingly? Do you or an employee or outside contractor specialise in the business as opposed to the technology of your site? Do you have a marketing plan for your website? In the 21st Century, the Internet has become an indispensable and ever more important location to conduct business and if you do not keep abreast of it, you will run the risk of getting left behind, a relic in a modern and progressive world.
 
As you move forward in designing and implementing your marketing plan, be sure to carefully consider the final three P’s of marketing: Packaging, Positioning and Place. Combined with Product, Price, People and Promotion, they form the matrix of a successful marketing initiative.

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Positioning – One of the Elements of a Well-Conceived Marketing Matrix

A vital consideration in any business plan is how you position yourself and your product in comparison to your competition. With what you know about your ideal customer, how can you best appeal to them? What can you say or do to drown out all of the other commercial messages striving for their attention? What are their hot buttons – and how can you push it?
 
At the heart of the question is your understanding of why the potential buyer would purchase your product. What is his perceived need and why is your product the best able to satisfy it? When you have answered this question, position your product accordingly.
 
Is the prospect looking for quality above all else? Then position yourself as the supplier of the best performing, longest lasting product. Are they seeking speed of delivery? Position yourself as the offering the fastest turnaround in the market. Is price of paramount importance? If so, position yourself as the lowest cost provider. Whatever the need, you can jump to the head of the line by positioning yourself as the leader in this area.
 
Ultimately, of course, you must deliver. Remember the four levels of customer satisfaction. It can be fatal to create expectations in the mind of a customer and then fail to at least meet these expectations. The words of Peter Drucker should be heeded: “Under-commit and over-perform.” In other words, be sure that you are able to live up the promise created by the positioning of your product.