Success Accelerator: Do THIS to Add 5 (or even 6) Figures to Your Income
Yes, I’m talking to you!
I’ve got something super awesome — maybe even legit life changing — to share with you right now.
I know that probably triggered the “hype” sirens in your mind, but I double dog dare you to give me a couple of quick minutes to prove it to you…
So, there's three things I know about you…
Since you’re ➊ reading this right now, and you’re ➋ a human being, then it’s fairly safe for me to assume that you’re ➌ already doing your best to live awesomely, right?
And by that, I mean you’re out there seeking success, chasing freedom, dreaming big, and doing your darndest to always be leveling-up in meaningful ways.
If I’m wrong, then you can go ahead and stop reading now, and even leave me a “you don’t know me!” comment as you go.
But if I nailed it, then here’s my personal challenge to you right now…
Start Experimenting with the “Law of Autosuggestion”
My assertion is that just by learning and practicing this little-known success accelerator, you can take those exciting thoughts of success and big dreams out of your mind and start transmuting them into actual reality.
“Okay, autosuggestion, got it…
…Eh, you mean like when my phone suggests something it thinks I’m trying to type?!”
Nah, not really like that. Pretty sure that’s autocomplete. ッ
The word “autosuggestion” has a much more potent meaning.
In a nutshell…
Napoleon Hill wrote a book in 1937 that’s widely considered the granddaddy of all motivational literature. It’s called “Think and Grow Rich” — maybe you’ve heard of it? ッ
Within its uniquely transformative pages, Hill lays out a philosophy of success that presented itself to him while personally studying and learning over the course of 20 years from the likes of Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, and dozens of other multimillionaires in his generation.
Which I’m pretty sure means they were multizillionaires when adjusted for inflation.
But I digress…
One significant part of the larger philosophy Hill shares in no uncertain terms is what he refers to as The Law of Autosuggestion.
Cultivating the Garden of Your Mind
Foundational to this concept is the assumption that one’s mind is a fertile gardening spot where weeds will inevitably grow in abundance if you (as the gardener) don’t deliberately prevent it and actively plant more fertile crops in its place.
Like any other garden, you can’t simply toss in some seeds and then expect a full, healthy garden to emerge all by itself, right?
Only by consciously nurturing what you’ve planted will you eventually enjoy the harvest you’ve imagined possible — you’ve got to be deliberate and consistent with watering, fertilizing, protecting from insects… all the ‘gardeny’ things like that.
Similarly, autosuggestion is the agency by which an individual can voluntarily, consciously feed his/her mind with thoughts of a life-giving, creative nature. Or, by neglect, allow destructive thoughts to creep in and consume the rich garden of the mind.
A simple synopsis of the autosuggestion process is:
- Pick up a pen or pencil and write down your dreams and desires very specifically — and even write down how you want to feel.
- Then, repeat that desire out loud while looking in the mirror in the morning and in the evening. So twice daily.
- And when you do that, do your best to vividly imagine seeing yourself actually achieving your desired outcome, and feeling the feelings that come with actually achieving the specific outcomes you detailed in writing.
In His Own Words…
Here’s the segment from “Think & Grow Rich” verbatim…
How to Develop a Definite Major Purpose
Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire and begin at once to put this plan into action.
Go into some quiet spot (preferable in bed at night where you will not be disturbed or interrupted), close your eyes, and repeat aloud so you may hear your own words, the written statement of the amount of money you intend to accumulate, the time limit for its accumulation, and a description of the service or merchandise you intend to give in return for the money. As you carry out these instructions, see yourself already in possession of the money.
For example, suppose that you intend to accumulate $50,000 by the first of January, five years hence, that you intend to give personal services in return for the money, in the capacity of a salesman. Your written statement of your purpose should be similar to the following:
By the first day of January… I will have in my possession $50,000, which will come to me in various amounts from time to time during the interim.
In return for this money, I will give the most efficient service of which I am capable, rendering the fullest possible quantity, and the best possible quality of service in the capacity of salesman of ___ (describe the service or merchandise you intend to sell).
I believe that I will have this money in my possession. My faith is so strong that I can now see this money before my eyes. I can touch it with my hands. It is now awaiting transfer to me at the time and in the proportion that I deliver the service I intend to render in return for it. I am awaiting a plan by which to accumulate this money, and I will follow that plan, when it is received.
Repeat this program night and morning until you can see (in your imagination) the money you intend to accumulate.
Place a written copy of your statement where you can see it night and morning, and read it just before retiring, and upon arising until it has been memorized. Remember, as you carry out these instructions, that you are applying the principle of autosuggestion for the purpose of giving orders to your subconscious mind.
Again, What’s the Point Exactly?
Well, Hill asserts that by doing this, you directly infuse the object(s) and outcomes you most desire into your subconscious mind in a spirit of pure faith.
“Remember also that your subconscious mind will act only upon instructions, which are emotionalized and handed over to it with ‘feeling.’ Faith is the strongest and most productive of the emotions.”
Ultimately, Hill posits that by consistently feeding your brain these ‘nutritious’ thoughts in such a fertile state, you'll cultivate the thought habits that blossom into the conditions needed for your dreams to flourish — growing a simple desire into your new reality.
What Are Your Dreams?
Write them down. I don't care how big… and be specific about how you want to feel and see yourself in possession of those desires. Do this consistently twice a day for a time and see what happens.
What kind of time frame?
While Mr. Hill doesn’t specify, I suggest you start with a month minimum. Every day for 30 days. And then see how you feel. If you can keep going, then do it.
Will you become sharper and more intensely focused on your goals, dreams, and vision?
And I wonder what the outcome of that might be for you?
Could your wildest dreams unfold before your eyes?
Tell me what you think — I’d love to hear your thoughts on this (good, bad or otherwise) with a quick comment below. ⇊
Be Awesome Today,