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Have a Hard Time Managing Time? Read This.

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

Neagle Code Question

Hi David,

I have two questions. First, if you want to do something, and you're feeling some resistance behind it, do you recommend talking to somebody who has a different perspective and say, “What do you see as the opportunity, here?” Second, I'll get ideas, and then I'll just stop. I'll just do whatever it is tomorrow. One of the obstacles that I keep coming across is just managing the time.

Neagle Code Answer

GREAT questions!!

In short, the answer is yes, you can talk to someone, and ask them for help, but make sure you're talking to somebody that can actually help you see the opportunity.

If you're talking to somebody that's very much like yourself, you'll probably get terrible advice.

Talk to somebody that is either further ahead than you are or is optimistic enough in reality to give you some solid advice.

To answer your second question, you don't manage time. Nobody can manage time.

You manage activities.

Activities are managed based on the vision that you have for what you want to create. Once we create a vision for ourselves, the vision dictates everything that we do from that day on, right?

Determine how much time you’re giving to activities based on solid deadlines, and make adjustments to ensure you’re setting yourself up for success.

Stick to that. If you’re really serious, you stick to it. You commit to it.

That's how you build new habits.

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Letting Your Parents’ Beliefs Affect Your Bank Account?

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Mark. 

Neagle Code Question

Hi David,

My father really abandoned the idea of wealth. His message was that money is not needed or the thing to work towards. What can I do to overcome that programming around money that's now in my subconscious? I really want to break through this.

Neagle Code Answer

Hi Mark and thanks for the great question!

You know, it's not about breaking through anything.

It's about you understanding why you feel a need to be obedient to your father's rule in life because that's what's controlling your results.

It's not uncommon because we're basically raised to be obedient to our parents.

Somewhere along the line, it became painful to do something different than how your father saw life.

He still has authority in your mind over the way he thinks life should be lived, and you're being obedient to that authority.

Once you understand WHY you feel the need to be obedient, you can push through to form and follow your own beliefs.

Ask yourself this: How is it serving you to stay obedient to your father’s beliefs? What do you hope to gain from being the obedient son?

This is your life. You can live it how YOU want to live it.

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Struggling to Make the Sale?

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

Neagle Code Question

Hi David,

My problem is when I make a sale, a big sale, I go back to helping people and stop selling. Each time I hang up the phone I think, “Oh my god, I forgot to do the sale.” How do I start making sales again and stop this pattern?

Neagle Code Answer

Thanks for the great question!

This is a very common phenomenon for small business owners.

You have a financial set point.

You're working to stay the same.

You're working to be safe.

Intellectually you want to make more money, but when you hit that upper level of your own safety, you stop.

You say to yourself, “I'll do it tomorrow or I'll do it next time.”

Then, you take your foot off the gas, and you only apply it again once you need to make more money.

It's a terrible pattern to be in.

And the only way to break through it is with consistency and commitment.

Determine how much money you want to make.

Then, it becomes a commitment to make those sales every week.

Calendar your sales activities and STICK TO IT!

You don't stop when you reach the amount of money that pays your bills. You keep going.

If you can stay disciplined, and keep your word by doing what you say you are going to do, this will change very quickly for you!

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Say NO to “the rut”

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Kim. 

Neagle Code Question

Hi David,

I’ve always been searching for my purpose and desire. I've been doing family law for 14 years, now. I go back and forth between this love and hate relationship. Certain days, I find myself just very exhausted. I don't know if it's because it's not really my purpose or my desire for my life. I wonder if I’m self-sabotaging, and not doing the things I know I need to do to grow my business…

Neagle Code Answer

If you're not doing the things that you need to do to grow your business, it can become very mundane.

The human spirit really does not like doing the same thing repeatedly, because the human spirit's always for expansion.

We lose a bit of our creative energy whenever we are repeating things that are the same for too long. It loses its newness, its freshness. It loses the exploration, the challenge.

Those things bring about the creative energy.

If you're constantly moving into problem solving in your business all the time, and it's the same problem, over and over again, yeah, it's going to make you have a love/hate relationship with it.

You might love the core of the business, but you're tired of dealing with the same things over and over again.

I think the idea is to really be honest with yourself about what is it in the business that you're starting to hate? What is the specific thing?

Be really honest about that.

You need to ask what you DO want to do.

Let's not talk about what you don't want. What do you want?

What’s something you're enthusiastic about?

It’s common to develop your business in a way where there's a certain amount of safety and a certain amount of certainty. It’s common to get into the groove of safety and not want to start all over again.

Then, we get into that rut.

It's about really disrupting that rut and finding out what really energizes you.

What would really make things amazing in your life?

Then, go after it, 100%.

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Desire and Purpose – The Same or Different?

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Alisha. 

Neagle Code Question

Hi David,

I have two questions. First, are desire and purpose different or the same? Second, can you explain how our secret thoughts lead us toward our passion, our purpose?

Neagle Code Answer

So, to answer your first question:

Your desire and your purpose are different.

Your purpose is never ending. It's always expanding.

It is the track that you're on for your life, what you're going to be, do, and have, as a person. It's the reason that you're here.

Your desire is the inner compass that will keep you in your purpose all your life. It's your inner guidance system for you to follow and learn to follow that will keep you in your purpose.

To answer your 2nd question:

Yes, our secret thoughts do lead us toward our passion and our purpose.

But why are they secret thoughts, and why should we express them?

Most people learn at some point not to verbalize the things that they really want, especially if they were criticized or made wrong in their life. They don't express them anymore.

They think about them in their secret thoughts, the thoughts that they don't tell anybody about.

Very often, we've either been doing that for so long, or we don't recognize that we're doing it.

We don't realize that those secret thoughts are extremely important in telling us what it is that we really desire in life, and we need to find a way to give expression to them.

The only reason that we're not expressing our secret thoughts, is that we have shame or guilt wrapped up in them, somebody told us they were wrong, or society doesn't agree with them.

There's some reason you're not expressing it, but it's the actual thing that you should be expressing that will lead you into all the things that you want to do in your life.

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Stop Feeling Overwhelmed. Start Acting

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

Neagle Code Question

Hi David,

Are there any tools that I can use to really see what that next step is, that next action? I just feel like I'm always pushing to an unrealistic point, even though I feel like I can do it, but then it ends up being this overwhelming thing.

Neagle Code Answer

The desire needs to be there, because if it's there, that will be the thing that causes you to overcome whatever resistance there is around the action.

If the desire is not there, then the fear will always be stronger than whatever it is that we're saying the desire is.

There are three important questions you must ask:

1) What do you really want?

And be 100% completely honest with yourself about this answer.

2) Are you currently doing whatever it is to achieve what you want?

This needs to be specific and it needs to have direction.

The achievement needs to be something that's measurable, so that you can determine not only what track to be on, but in what direction on that track you’re going.

3) What needs to happen every day in order to achieve whatever it is that you’re looking to achieve?

And this should be more than one thing.

You have to get clear on what these actions are, because they give you direction every day and tell you what you need to work on.

It could be identifying all the problems that are out there, how you overcome those problems, and how you know that you've overcome those problems.

People think success is a destination. It's never a destination.

Never, ever, ever. It is a journey. And it is a process.

Successful people live in the process, not in the destination. They love the process.

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Fear Stopping You From Action?

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Sariah. 

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Hi David,

I have a clear vision of what I want. I feel like I'm pretty clear on what my purpose is, but I struggle with some of those actions that I know I need to take in order to move my business forward (like in sales, making cold calls and networking). How do I overcome my struggle with following through with action?

Neagle Code Answer

The desire needs to be there, because if it's there, that will be the thing that causes you to overcome whatever resistance there is around the action. If the desire is not there, then the fear will always be stronger than whatever it is that we're saying the desire is.

What do you really want? What is your desire?

You have to ask yourself, are your ideas rooted in you being the best? Or are they rooted in everybody just doing okay, like being safe, being secure and motoring along at that pace?

If you really wanted to be your best you would be thinking, “How do I crush sales? How do I crush it? How do I master this damn thing so I'm the best.” You wouldn't say I'm struggling with it.

So, when I hear somebody use that language, I'm asking myself what is the real motive for what they're saying that they want. And usually a person's not clear on it.

They're not; they may think they're working to be the best, but they're actually working for some different level of safety or certainty in their life.

Because you have to understand something, the fact that you're struggling represents in your mind somehow that there's some uncertainty with that specific task, or that action or how you do it, otherwise you wouldn't be struggling.

If you want to be your best, nobody should be able to expect more from you than you.

Your demand on you should be so much higher.

It should supersede anything anybody else could expect from you, that you don't even care what other people think because your measure of your best is an internal measure.

You need to change what is determining your success and your best because you are doing it in a way where it's being reflected to you by the way others behave or treat you or expect something from you.

It needs to be an internal compass. If you change that one thing, if you just pivot that and really get solid on, you're the best judge of your success and what you're doing, I think these problems will go away.

It's really a practice in becoming very aware of what your own hidden motives in life are. And then getting them the hell out of there and doubling down on what you really, really, really want for yourself and not letting anybody else's opinion, acceptance, or rejection of you matter at all. The only thing that matters is what you think, and you set the bar for what is success in your life. Period.

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I Derail Myself

This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from Paul. 

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I'm clear enough on my desires (to not be overweight and poor), but I'll start taking action, and as soon as I notice results starting to come into my life, I allow myself to get badly derailed. It's almost like paralysis sets in and I stop. Have you seen this before, and how the hell do I beat this?

Neagle Code Answer

Yeah, I have.

Every person has to overcome the part of their subconscious mind that wants them to stay the same.

The moment you start to do something different, especially if you're producing different results, it’s going to send a trigger up to your subconscious mind. And it will engage whatever story it has in order to keep you safe.

In what way do these new results threaten something either imaginary or real in your life?

The idea is that you need to integrate the new you with your new behavior.

You need to build a vision of yourself making the amount of money that you want to make and being in your ideal body.

You need to hold on to that vision, and get excited about that vision every day until your mind begins to accept the new you.

Now when you create this new image or the suggestion of a new image, which is you being healthy and wealthy, it's totally contradicting the image that your subconscious mind knows of you that it believes keeps you safe.

As you're taking the new action and getting the new result you have to build a new image in your mind of exactly how you want to be.

And then you need to incorporate that into everything that you do in your day-to-day in your life.

SEE YOURSELF AS HAPPY, HEALTHY, WEALTHY enjoying yourself as the new person you want to become.

 

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Is My Desire Lame?

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

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Is that accurate:  If you have the desire and you keep that desire pure and undiluted, then you will have the drive to do the hard things that need to be done to accomplish your desire.   Perhaps my question is how do we develop that desire, and how can we be sure it is strong enough to keep us motivated?

Neagle Code Answer

Great question!!

And you are correct…

If your desire is average, which is a problem most people have, you won’t break through and do the “hard things” needed to accomplish your goal.

Why is this? Why do so many people have an average desire?

It’s because they won’t be honest about what they REALLY TRULY desire.

It’s not that it’s not there. It’s not hidden.

You need to be honest with yourself and understand that you’re not afraid of your desire, you’re afraid of what it’s going to cost you. 

To really understand and see the reason why you’re here can be terrifying because what do you do when you realize that you may have to change very significant things in your life?

How do you rearrange your life to be able to live your desire?

This is the most serious realization that a person ever comes to in their lifetime and it requires 100% commitment.

Most people have created their life based on how their parents taught them to get on in the world, and usually that is in great conflict with what a person truly desires for them self.

So, get really quiet, and listen to that voice inside that is telling you what you really want, and then fall in love with that…make it your magnificent obsession…and nothing will stop you.

 

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Tired of Trying to Do It All?

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

Neagle Code Question

Over the last 7-8 years, my biggest limiting belief has been that I can’t make great money doing something I love — and if I do, the thing I love will become something I hate because I can’t figure out how to do it all.

I feel like I have conflicts across several things. Can you help me see what’s going on?

Neagle Code Answer

First of all, you can’t do it all.

Nobody can do it all.

The need to “do it all” comes from a middle-class mindset.

That type of thinking will immediately shut down your desire, and make your life miserable.

Here’s the thing…in order to reach your goal, you have to grow past that mindset.

Your need to do it all is in direct conflict with your desire, and it’s showing you where you AND your mindset needs to grow.

If you look at any successful person, you’ll see that they’ve had to adopt a WEALTH MINDSET, and be willing to abandon old beliefs that would have kept them spinning their wheels.

It’s not necessary for you to “do it all.” You can hire people to handle the things you don’t want to do.  

But that requires you to step into the unknown and spend more, learn more, lead more, BE MORE…

You say to yourself:

 “If I’m going to be, do, or have this thing, then I have to grow in this area. If I’m not willing to do that, then that will become the place where I stop.”

You can’t think about what you don’t want and move forward at the same time.

You have to focus entirely on what you DO want. And give it your all.

If you feel like you’re being controlled by a middle-class mindset and want to eliminate that value conflict, join me THIS WEEK on June 2nd and 4th for a FREE 2-Part video training I’ll be delivering. I’ll be sharing The Hidden Secrets Inside a Wealth Mindset and helping you see how to change your thinking to be able to fulfill your desire…without all the struggle. CLICK HERE to register.

 

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