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Overcoming your circumstance

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. 

Neagle Code Question

Sometimes I look at my life and think, “What have I been doing all this time?” How can I avoid feeling remorseful about the time I’ve wasted?

I’ve heard you say, “We’re always expressing, so we’re always moving toward our purpose, but sometimes not as quickly as others.”

How do we keep a positive outlook on our journey, up to this point? How do we start from where we’re at now — and not allow negative thoughts about what we ‘could have done’ or ‘should have done’ to enter into our current forward momentum?

Neagle Code Answer

There are two ways to approach this problem.

One is to say there really is no such thing as “wasted time,” if you’re looking at the ultimate truth of something. Everything we’ve done and experienced up until this point was 100% necessary to get us where we are today.

The other is to come from a slightly less positive perspective — which says, “Time is wasted if I knew what to do, but chose to do something else instead.”

Often, we know what we’re supposed to do to reach our goal…but we don’t do it. We do something else instead.

When we know what we’re supposed to do, but we don’t do it — then there’s some other problem we’re not addressing:

We don’t know WHY we’re not doing the thing we’re supposed to do.

Most people have this problem.

My belief is that most people know what they want. They know what to do to get it — but they don’t know why they’re not doing it.

So, they start feeling guilt around that. They go back into the paradigm of what’s holding them back, not moving them forward.

Guilt is just a way to keep you stuck in a past story.

Here’s the truth:

It doesn’t matter what you did (or didn’t do) in the past. We can’t go back and change anything. The only thing we can do is move forward.

When someone says, “I’m coming from guilt,” they’re really not. They’re coming from the original fear that would not allow them to move forward when they recognized it was time to move forward in the first place.

It’s very cyclical. It’s all part of the same conundrum of why a person doesn’t take action, regardless of what the circumstantial evidence is.

The circumstantial evidence of your life rarely plays a role in why you don’t move forward.

Throughout human history, we’ve overcome circumstances in every way imaginable or unimaginable. We have ample proof that we can do that.

Rarely are circumstances an actual reason to stop.

What’s important is:

Do we have the desire that will allow us to overcome our circumstances? That’s it.

Identifying what your desire is, and continuously moving toward the expectation of fulfilling that desire… is what’s important.

 

 

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Feeling Isolated?

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. 

Neagle Code Question

David, I’m recently divorced and I’m noticing an internal panic I’m having because I feel like I’m in this alone. Do you have a recommendation for how to move through this?

Neagle Code Answer

We all have a sense of feeling alone right now. The crisis itself is creating a feeling of being alone. Part of that is the quarantining taking place, but part of it is pure human nature.

Let me explain. I do an exercise called the 7 Dynamics of Change at some of my seminars. It causes a person to become very self-conscious for a few minutes and after it’s over I talk about how it’s interesting that everyone became very self-conscious during the exercise because we think that we’re the only one going through it. We feel very, very alone even though there may be hundreds of people going through the same thing at the same time.

Now we have a whole world that’s going through the same thing at the same time.

So please hear me: You Are Not Alone.

This is where personal responsibility comes in. You have to take responsibility for your own individual situation and think about how you can do something to get your needs met while also helping someone else get their needs met at the same time.

You need to get proactive about setting things up for yourself. I would reach out to friends, family, coaches, anybody you know through email, text, skype, however you can reach out to people you know. Just calling to say hi goes a really long way. Many people are setting up facetime chats to have a happy hour and share a glass of wine to unwind and talk about their day. People are getting really creative with this, playing games together online, celebrating birthdays through skype, some communities have even been sitting on their lawn at 5 o’clock and having drinks while they tease each other from across the street. Everyone is finding interesting ways to create a sense of community.

You can too.

Do you want more support in dealing with COVID-19? I’m hosting a 4-part FREE training with LIVE coaching called How to Navigate Uncertainty During A Major Crisis. Click the image below to get the access details!

 

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Coronavirus Resource Guide

Over the last week, I’ve received countless emails, texts, DMs, and phone calls from people all over the world asking for help to understand the current situation and navigate it in a way that produces the best possible outcome for everyone involved.

It’s unsettling to be experiencing something we’ve never experienced before…in this instance the playing field has changed overnight, and with each day it seems we learn something new that changes something else we thought we had a handle on.

I know…it’s hard to stay centered and focused…it’s hard to help our children understand what’s happening without instilling fear…it’s hard to take care of ourselves when we’re worried about finances, food and our own families.

But the truth is we are ALL in this together…and we WILL get through this!

My team and I are committed to doing everything we can to support our community (you) in weathering this storm, so that we all come out the other side better, stronger, smarter, and filled with hope and happiness.

First things first.

There is a lot of information circulating out there. Lots of confusing “facts”, projections and opinions.

What we do know is that we all need to stay home… social distancing is real. It has been proven to work; we all need to abide by this in order to flatten the curve.

Please do your part.

We are here and we HEAR your concerns and frustrations.

Our entire team is working tirelessly to help address the topics of concern for you, your business and family. We are offering several opportunities to get up-to-date information via podcast and live stream as well as the option to connect with one of our coaches who can offer invaluable insight in addition to making you aware of future events that will help you achieve future goals.

And, I’m offering a FREE 4-Part Training called How to Navigate Fear and Uncertainty.

I’ll be teaching:

  • How to evaluate a situation so you can make a decision based in truth rather than fear.
  • How to regulate and control your own emotions in the face of uncertainty.
  • How to manage time when you are experiencing a constant state of change.
  • How to tap into your own innate resourcefulness and think outside the box.
  • How to help others navigate fear and hysteria.

As we embark on this new journey; we are forced to face our fears head on. As terrifying as this can be it is also an exciting time. A catalyst to put new behaviors into play. To take a hard look at patterns that are holding you back from being your best self. Below are a few links to previously recorded episodes on topics to help you navigate these choppy waters.

Reality Vs. Truth

Motivation To Change Your Life

The Conflict in Our Subconscious Mind

Abundance Mindset

Life Can Change in an Instant

We are all in the same boat. Constantly coming up with ways to adapt and go with the flow are crucial. Old ways may not work going forward. You must be open to new ideas, new opportunities and new audiences.

For example, if you host in person events or meetings, you may want to consider hosting a virtual event, virtual cocktail hour, virtual office hours, or even virtual dinners!

Let’s get creative and focus on how we can versus why we can’t!

Below are some resources from my events and media team that I think you’ll find VERY valuable:

If you want to learn how to shoot, edit, and distribute video:

Sean Cannell on YouTube – Specializing in Digital Branding, Building YouTube Channels, Livestreaming, & Camera Reviews

Film Riot – YouTube – Specializing in Camera, Lighting, and Filmmaking Tips

Mt. Mograph – YouTube – For Advance Custom Graphic Design and Motion Graphics Branding

A few other awesome channels to check out all on YouTube:
Peter McKinnon, Casey Neistat, & Indy Mogul

If you want to host a live stream or virtual event:

Zoom.com
Livestream.com
Facebook Live (Free)
Instagram Live (Free)
YouTube LiveStream (Free but Accounts with 1,000+ Subscribers can stream with mobile devices)

If you want to put more content out on Social Media Platforms:

Available on Apple and Android:
Canva (Multimedia Graphic Design App)
Made (Photo Graphic Enhancer)
Collage (photo collage maker)
Buffer (Social Media Content Scheduler)

Life is all about reinventing yourself. This forced isolation is the perfect time to do an evaluation of your daily habits both work-related and personal.
Make sure you’re setting boundaries with your time, and use your calendar to stay on track with tasks and personal time as well.

We have to get creative with how we care for our mind, body and soul as well. While most gyms, yoga studios, massage spas are closed that shouldn’t stop you from taking care of yourself. Get outside, go for a walk, stretch. Breathe!! Spend time with your pets and in nature.
Staying physically fit is crucial during times of high stress.
Exercise keeps your body in check.

If you’re looking for financial assistance here are a few things you should know:

Apply for a Disaster Relief Loan

Required to apply for an SBA loan:

  1. Three years of personal and business tax returns. Personal tax returns are for any individual who owns 20% or more of the company.
  2. Try to get your 2019 tax returns done as soon as possible. But if they are not close the lender is going to need your 2019 year end financials
  3. A personal financial statement for any owner who owns more than 20% of the company. A link to download can be found here
  4. A debt schedule for your business. A link can be found here
  5. Go into your Quickbooks and figure out your monthly operating expenses from March through September of last year. If this is not clear ask your bookkeeper or accountant for help. This data will be an important part of your loan application.
  6. For Canadians all 6 major banks are allowing for mortgage deferrals AND the BDC (Business Bank of Canada) has been given money to give out in loans to small businesses. The wait is 5-10 days to get approved.
    https://www.bdc.ca/en/financing/business-loans/pages/small-business-loan.aspx

And of course we can’t forget about the basics!

Here are a few links for grocery, prescription and pet supplies deliveries:

Other helpful links:

CDC: www.cdc.gov
WHO:www.who.int
COVID-19 interactive dashboard: www.arcgis.com

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With all my love,

Not hitting my goals — and worried

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. 

Neagle Code Question

I’ve noticed I have a subtle, mental habit of worrying about whether or not I’ll hit my targets. Sometimes I hit them, sometimes I don’t. Even though I’ve hit certain goals, I didn’t hit my revenue targets.

This has been going on for a while — two years of not hitting my targets.

I’m over it. I’m done worrying. I’m not sure if it’s doubt, or a lack of trust that I can take action? Maybe I distrust my team and their ability to follow through. I’m not the managerial type. Is it that I’m just setting the wrong targets?

Neagle Code Answer

Who or what are you blaming for not hitting your targets?

I know you’re blaming something, because you’re not saying, “I chose not to hit my targets.” You’re saying, “I didn’t hit them.”

You’re either leaving it up to chance, or you’re choosing not to hit your targets.

In some subtle way in your mind, you’re blaming it on something — not enough time, not enough people, something.

If you’re going to overcome this, you have to look at what are you actually blaming.

In order to do something you haven’t done before, you have to take full ownership of the result.

You have to look at what the real issue is…

On some level, you chose not to hit the target.

I’ve always found that if someone sets a goal, and theyre not reaching it year after year — some part of them doesn’t want to look at what the real problem is and make the change.

Whether it’s something you have to do — like firing or hiring new people on the team — there’s something you’re resisting changing. You’re not looking at it, or you don’t want to see it.

It’s either too much work, or it feels risky.

Get really get honest with yourself, so that at least you’re not tormenting yourself.

Worry is a trick of your subconscious mind to make you think you’re doing something productive, when you’re not… and it serves one primary purpose:

To keep you small, and EXACTLY where you are.

Join me this Tuesday for a FREE 60-minute mini-course I’ve created called: Stop Playing Small. I’m going deep on the topic of how our own minds are programmed to stay small, keep quiet and play it safe. I’ll be sharing exactly what you can do to shift OUT of that paradigm and hit those targets time after time.  CLICK HERE to join me!

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Common Misconceptions About Being an Entrepreneur

Common Misconceptions About Being an Entrepreneur

There’s been a huge shift in entrepreneurship in the last 50 years — and also in the last 10 to 15 years.

Being an entrepreneur has become the “cool” thing to do. We’ve “celebritized” it in a way.

We see all these different pictures of people with yachts, private jets, driving their new Bugatti, etc… we see reality TV like the Kardashians showing people “living the life.”

But with these shows, we never see what an entrepreneur is actually doing day in and out.

We don’t see the entrepreneur working 18-hour days, trying to pay their bills. We don’t see them borrowing money, trying to keep their company moving forward. We don’t see them rehabbing their new product or service, because customers are returning what they bought.

We don’t see them hiring, firing employees, people quitting or not showing up to work.

We don’t see the personal problems many entrepreneurs have behind the scenes — like their family hasn’t seen them in six months. Or they’re dealing with overwhelm, depression, binge-drinking, or doing drugs.

There’s a lot of negative shit that comes out of being an entrepreneur that people don’t realize.

Some people go into business with some kind of dream or idea about what they want to experience. The dream is unique to each person. But once they get into business, it becomes like a monster taking over. They don’t know how to control it, tame it, or get the monster moving in one direction.

Starting a business can either lead to personal freedom — or your own personal prison.

We need to ask ourselves a variety of questions about what to do when we start a business — so that we don’t end up creating a giant “job” for ourselves that we don’t even like. That’s what turns a business into a prison, rather than freedom.

Many people who start a business should really think about all of this beforehand.

So let me ask you something… if you’re in business, does it give you freedom, or do you feel like a prisoner?

If it feels like a prison, ask yourself what you are resisting being, doing or having that would shift things to provide you more personal freedom.

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Stuck in Indecision

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. 

Neagle Code Question

In my business, I’ve been working on creating a digital course. But I’m having trouble making decisions on how to actually set it up and market it.

There are many pieces to my course, and there are multiple ways I can go about setting these up. I’m having trouble narrowing it down. I ask myself, “What’s the best way to do this?” And I get stuck in the ‘how.’

I can easily decide between two options just fine. But if there are several options to choose from, I stop. It makes me freeze. I stop because I’m not sure how to do something. I start overthinking it.

How do I not stop when it comes to making decisions?

Neagle Code Answer

In some of these situations, it’d probably be best if you reached out to someone to ask them for their expertise, and what’s the best way to do it.

If it’s something you already know and you’re trying to choose — and you’re just getting stuck in the indecision — your brain is searching for something. It’s usually searching for some kind of certainty.

If we’re considering two options, we know the “facts” about those two things, but we don’t really know anything beyond that.

So, we just have to pick one.

Pick one thing, do it, then see what the results are. If you don’t like the results, you can change it.

If you stay in indecision, all this does is allow your imagination to start running down rabbit holes and creating scenarios that are both good and bad… none of which are necessarily true.

You have to pick something.

But you also have to be careful, because in the cases where you don’t know about what you’re doing — or what’s the best thing that needs to be done — if there’s an expert who does know, you need to reach out and ask for their help.

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How Long Should I Stick With A Strategy?

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. 

Neagle Code Question

How long would you recommend sticking with a certain strategy for growing my business — before I decide it’s not getting a good enough response and I should try something else?

…Versus am I giving up too soon?

Neagle Code Answer

I think the hard part is that you don’t want to throw the baby out with the bath water.

A lot of people will try a strategy, and if they don’t get the results they want, they’ll just throw the entire strategy out.

What we’re seeing now with marketing is that if you tweak things, you’ll get a different result.

The idea is that you start with something. Then make small tweaks to individual things within that strategy — until you’ve gone through all of those little things and determined, “Yes, this is working,” or “No, this is not working.”

There are so many little things that will have an impact on whether a marketing strategy is effective or not.

The biggest mistake I see is that people try something that looks like a good idea — and then it doesn’t work. So, they throw the whole thing out and start from scratch. That’s the worst thing you can do.

You want to take it piece by piece:

“Okay, that didn’t work. So, what’s one thing in here we can tweak? We can tweak the copy, or the picture, or change it from a picture to a video. Or change from a video to a picture. Let’s see what the results tell us…”

Keep doing this until you narrow it down, and you’ve got a great strategy that works.

Or if it doesn’t work, you’ve got a lot of data to take into the next strategy…rather than just starting from scratch each time.

In most cases, you’ll never hit points A through Z 100%. That hardly ever happens. You’ve got to test and refine as you go.

That’s what we’re doing with our social media (for example). We’re watching what kind of engagement we get on certain types of content.

We have “content buckets” of things like Q&A, funny memes, and playing around with the timing of each post, and which days we’re putting stuff out.

If we want to post a meme and get engagement on it, we’re not putting it out on a Sunday. We’ll put it out on a weekday.

But we wouldn’t know that unless we first put it out on a Sunday.

If we just said, “Oh, well, that didn’t work…” then we never would have learned that memes don’t get much response on Sundays.

So, take into consideration and pay attention to when you’re putting content out. And do these little tweaks I mentioned earlier (picture, image, video, etc).

Just start with small changes, and see what they tell you.

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Can You Change a Generational Blind Spot?

Can You Change a Generational Blind Spot?

If you have a blind spot, then it’s most likely a generational problem.

What I mean by this is that the people in your family have probably had the same problem (or blind spot) for generations… without being aware of it.

Here’s how this happens…

Somewhere back in your history or family lineage, problems started showing up. Your great-great grandparents had some kind of misfortune in their life.

If they focused on that misfortune, didn’t understand it, and couldn’t see a way out of it… then they created a belief system around it.

Everything about the problem — all the circumstances, people involved, and conclusions about it — all got formed into a belief system.

That belief got passed down to the next generation.

The next generation (your great grandparents) weren’t even aware of the original problem. They were only aware of the belief system that was passed down to them. So they accepted the belief system as being true.

This pattern continues. It goes down, down, down… to each new generation.

The next set of grandparents also accepts the belief system as being true.

No one thinks to themselves, “There’s got to be a better way or a different way.” It doesn’t even dawn on them that there could be a different way.

Meanwhile, the problem is getting worse.

The ideas, circumstances, and situations are progressively getting worse with each new generation.

Anything that is dysfunctional, dying, or decaying must continually move in a downward force… until something changes that force and causes it to go in an upward direction.

But if nobody realizes that they’re heading in a downward direction, nobody tries to change it.

So the problem continues from one next generation to the next… until it gets to you.

Now, where do you fall in the mix?

You were born. And you were given a set of beliefs by your parents… which were given to them by their parents, and so forth.

But here’s the thing:

Because youre reading this article now, you have the ability to turn everything around.

You wouldn’t be reading this article if you weren’t ready to take this downward progression of a blind spot (that has probably been going on for generations in your family lineage)… and turn it around for a big win in your life.

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Compared and Confused

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous. 

Neagle Code Question

I’m an attorney. I’ve been comparing myself a lot with other attorneys out there who focus in my area.

I feel like I’m getting down on myself because I’m not doing the 10 things they’re doing. I’m thinking, “Well, these other attorneys are all offering templates, they have podcasts, etc.”

How do I know what is good to look at — in terms of generating good ideas and figuring out what works for me? — versus getting caught up in the comparison game?

Neagle Code Answer

The consumer response will tell you how good an idea is.

The best advice is to stay in your own unique authenticity.

As you try things, look at the responses you get and carefully track data.

With social media, podcasts, and the like, there are two things people are consuming on there:

One is information, the other is entertainment.

Bring your unique, authentic personality to it and decide what is your strength — is it to inform? And can you do it in an entertaining way or not?

Know what your strength is, double down on it, and play with it.

It’s interesting because it causes us to have to break through vulnerabilities that business people typically didn’t have to break through before.

You have to determine whether or not you’re good at a particular activity. And if you’re not good at it, then you have to find out what mode of communication via those vehicles you can be good at.

Is it writing? Speaking? Video? And then you take it from there.

Just see how people respond to different things.

That’s all that matters — how people respond.

If they’re not responding, then you’ve got to switch something up and start testing different things until you get them to respond.

It does require that you think about what you’re doing, what your message is, and what kind of response you’re looking to get with the people you’re trying to reach.

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The Key to Finding the Solution

The Key to Finding the Solution

If you feel stuck, like you’re out of options, or if you feel like you’ve got a block… then I want you to take a deep breath and allow me to lead you through your blind spot.

It doesn’t take luck to uplevel your life, only your desire to grow… and I’m about to show you how.

In the last article, I mentioned that the polar opposite of lack is abundance.

The Law of Polarity says if we’re experiencing anything in lack, the polar opposite of that (abundance) must also exist.

To illustrate this, I want you to do an exercise:

Pick up any object that’s near you — a pen, pencil, sheet of paper. It doesn’t matter what it is. If you hold it in front of you, you’ll realize it’s a “whole” thing.

It’s not a partial thing.

It has a front and a back, a left side and a right side. A top and a bottom.

If I’m holding a marker, I’m holding a WHOLE marker, not half of a marker or a fraction of a marker. The marker has a left side and a right side to it. You can’t have the left without the right. Both must exist for it to be a marker.

The same is true for everything in the universe.

Everything has a polar opposite.

Both sides always exist.

If you have a problem, two sides must exist — the problem and the solution. You can’t have a problem without a solution also being present.

That means if you have a “lack” of money (the problem), then you also have an “abundance” of money all around you (the solution)…even if you can’t see it, due to your belief system not letting you see it!

Now what is the great hope that comes out of this understanding?

Once we begin to see with an inner eye of understanding in our heart, then we’ll start to see something different in our external life. We’ll see with our eyes the outer abundance that lies all around us.

When we do that, we have the possibility of changing any situation. Literally in that moment, we can change our circumstances.

You could even change your income. Turning your annual income to a monthly income becomes a real possibility.

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