I just finished Ray Higdon’s 90 days training and learned things I didn’t understand before. From today on this blog, I will share most important strategies, tips, and techniques I learned from Ray Higdon’s Top Earner Success School.
One of the most important things to learn during these lessons is being
consistent so make sure you read my future posts because one post will lead to another.
At the beginning of your journey, you need to learn how to Not Stop Yourself. You see there are many things that stop you becoming successful without you even noticing them. After this post, if you take an action you won’t be stopping yourself anymore and you will be well prepared to step on your path to success.
Very important thing to understand is the language you use. When you are using Non-Serving Statements you actually damage your Entrepreneur Mindset and build a lot of walls on your path to success.
So what NSS (Non-Serving Statements) ? Well, NSS are phrases that prevent you from seeing yourself in a better situation than you currently in. This is the key to every step you will take at your Entrepreneurial Journey.
Here are some examples of NSS:
1. You don’t understand….
2. Easy for Him / Her to say
3. If I / If Only…
4. It isn’t working
5. I don’t have the money
You need to understand, whatever you are saying out laud or just inside your head creates your life. If you could just get this 1 thing you will be already on the right path: “Saying where you keep you where you are” and it comes to everything money, rank in your company, relationship etc. So saying statements like “I don’t have the money” will keep you in a place where you don’t have the money.
“Wait for a second Kamil, I REALLY don’t have the money!”. If you thought like that right now let me ask you a question, how long you’ve been saying that? Did your situation change since you started to say that?
Even you do not have any $ in your bank account stop focusing on that, this kind of energy won’t serve you anything at all. Instead, you could focus on the fact that you are learning how to make more money and you feel like big numbers are coming to your bank account.
Here are some examples of NSS and why you shouldn’t use it.
– “You don’t understand” – Usually, people say this when they feel like they have the toughest situation on earth but here is something you should know “There will be always, Always a person who had a tougher situation than you and they could create success”. People who say “You don’t understand” use also a lot of excuses for example: “I wanted to go to that event but I had to go there / buy this / do that, ah you just don’t understand.” Stop saying that, you have no idea what that successful person went through, you don’t know what struggles and objections they had to overcome. Realize that even you feel that your situation is bad it’s still better than somebody. If you can’t find any examples think about a person who became homeless, could eat only sometimes and could use shower only when it was rain but even that he could create success and now is multiple millionaires.
A similar situation is with “Easy for Him / Her to say”. When you succeed people will see you as a person who is successful and everything comes easy for you. They will not be able to see all your struggle and effort which hurts a little bit but you need to get used to it because it’s not about You, it’s all about them.
So as you can see using non-serving language is a terrible idea. It forces you to believe that it’s “the end of your world”. Saying things that have negative energy pulls you down so If you want to create success or achieve whatever you want to achieve you have to stop using non-serving stamens.
Focus on where you are going not where you are right now because you will not stay in the same place forever, either you will go UP or you will go DOWN; think which way you want to go….
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Remember. Focus on language that serves you!