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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 am the daughter of a family who was raised VERY poor, and their expectations have always been to make something of myself and to be successful, but I’m now at the top of the income level of anyone in my family and I’m finding myself in a uncomfortable place. I’ve hit a ceiling and I think it’s because I’m worried I won’t fit in with my family anymore or I won’t “be like them” anymore.

How should I think about this so I can break through this income barrier?

Thanks!

Neagle Code Answer

Hi and thanks for your question!

The first thing you need to understand is that when you exceed the income level of anyone in your family, you may not fit in anymore.

You may not relate on the same level anymore either.

Things that are important to you may not be important to them and vice versa.

And sometimes they will judge you for your success.

But if you don’t move forward, you’re living a life so they won’t feel uncomfortable.

Recognize that at some level your parents gave you a double binding message.

One was to be successful.

The other was don’t stray too far.

The fastest way to move through this financial set point is to realize that your relationships may change.

This doesn’t mean that you love them any less…
it just means that it’s time to change.

Accept that change, and begin surrounding yourself with other people who WILL support you and who are also several steps ahead of you as you strive to hit your goals.

After all, you get ONE life…
who are you going
to live it for?

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Recognizing toxic people

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Neagle Code Question

How can I better recognize toxic people, so I can keep those types of people out of my life?

Neagle Code Answer

Hi and thanks for this very interesting question.

The truth is that we attract to us who we are being.

Start with yourself. If you love yourself, you will attract others who love themselves or who are in the process of learning to love themselves.

You see you are the center of your Universe. You attract people to you who will be a mirror for you.

Let me explain.

If you find that you’ve attracted a person into your life that has low self-esteem and it triggers you, it means that you have low self-esteem as well. That person is in your life so you can become aware of your next area of growth.

Remember, anything that upsets you about someone else in your life is about you and not them.

If you start with learning to love yourself, you will accept people for who they are without needing anything from them, or you’ll easily be able to let relationships go that no longer serve you.

I think Don Miguel Ruiz sums it up pretty well in his book, The Four Agreements, when he says that what people think of you has nothing to do with you and everything to do with them.

The reverse must then also be true.


What you think of other people has nothing to do with them and everything to do with you.

If you want to attract people into your life that love themselves, you must love yourself first.

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A Strategy for Growth

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Neagle Code Question

Hi David!

I’ve been studying a book you recommended on Universal Law, but my question is about application of those Laws. I’m an attorney and I’m looking to grow my business through referrals. How do I apply the Laws when it comes to developing referral relationships?

Neagle Code Answer

Hi!

Great question!

It’s actually a pretty simple strategy…

GIVE.

When you give you are obeying the Universal Law of Reciprocity.

Do your homework.

Take the time to really understand what your potential partner is currently working on.

Learn what message they are most interested in expanding in the world right now, and approach them with the intention of finding out how you can help.

Then formulate a plan to do so.

One great suggestion may be to send an invitation to your potential partner offering to introduce them to your connections or subscribers via email or interview with an explanation of how they would be of great interest and benefit to your current and past clients.

4-6 weeks later, send a card reiterating how much you appreciated the opportunity to introduce them to your connections or client, and remind them of your offer to help them anytime, if there’s anything further that they need.

So you see it’s quite simple…

Give FIRST and build a relationship that will both last and reciprocate.

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Fear stops me

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Neagle Code Question

Hi David!

I know what I have to do to grow my business and fulfill my purpose, but every time I get the courage to pick up the phone and reach out to someone, fear stops me and I end up allowing myself to get distracted. I don’t know what to do to overcome this. Any suggestions are appreciated.

Neagle Code Answer

First, let’s bring awareness to what’s really happening here.

Your subconscious mind does not understand time, and therefore does not see your lack of sales in this moment as a potential major catastrophe for your business in the near future. It only sees that you’re safe right where you are, and that’s exactly where it wants you to stay.

Every time you start to make a move outside of that paradigm, you will feel fear. You’ll begin to have thoughts of:

• What if they think I’m salesy?
• What if they think I’m pushy?
• What if I make a mistake and say the wrong thing?
• What if they reject me or hang up on me?
• What if I’m bothering them?

And you stop.

You don’t make the call or have the conversation, and you stay exactly where you are.

I come from a place of bringing truth into a person's life, so consider this:

Your purpose has safety automatically built into it.

Why would that be?

Because the modus operandi of the Universe is more life to all and less to none.

That means that you would have to be safe doing it, or there would be no purpose in more life, it’s one and the same.

So this fear that you feel is actually a lie designed to keep you small and safe.

And here’s the REAL kicker:

The fear you feel is ACTUALLY POINTING YOU IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION.

If you’re experiencing fear when you’re looking at moving towards your purpose, it is because that is in direct conflict with your inherited trauma; the false need for safety.

Use your ability to choose.

Pick up that phone.

Have that conversation.

Step more fully into your purpose, and as you do this, the fear will subside and you’ll create a quantum leap in your life.

After all, it’s only a lie…

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Break out of fear mode

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Neagle Code Question

Hi David!

How do you “be” the person you desire when your whole life has been filled with fear? Where do you get the strength and courage to step out of your paradigm?

Thanks so much!

Neagle Code Answer

Hi!

Thanks for the question!

The first thing to realize is that everything comes from within you.

As children, we are taught to look outward for validation of what the world is like. But the truth is that all experiences come from inside of us.

You get to decide:

–>who you want to be, and
–>what you want your reality to be.

It is not determined by anyone else but you, especially now that you are an adult and are no longer dependent on anyone for survival.

But your reality won’t change until you start making new decisions.

In my line of work, I deal with the ideas of fear and courage every day.

They are, after all, inherently linked.

However, what I’ve come to realize from years of working in this arena, is that people have an innate misunderstanding about courage and fear.

Most people think courageous people aren’t scared, and that they don’t feel fearful. That couldn’t be further from the truth.

The thing is, you can use fear as a signpost of what TO DO in life and use it to catalyze new possibilities.

So be courageous and step into the fear. The fear won’t subside until you do the thing you are resisting.

Unless your life is being physically threatened, fear actually points the way!

Once you believe more in the Truth than you do your own story, change will be automatic.

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Do you have this blindspot?

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 watched your video training this week on financial set points, and so much of what you said helped me make sense of what’s been happening in my business. But I still don’t understand the role that shame plays in controlling my ability to become wealthy. I understand how shame relates to being poor, but not how it relates to being wealthy.

Why would I be ashamed of being wealthy when it would allow me to do so many amazing things including helping others?

Neagle Code Answer

Hi, and thanks for your question.

Your subconscious mind is insidious as hell. Even though it doesn’t make conscious sense to you, this “unseen” program is running your life, and it’s what I like to call a Blind Spot.

Let me explain.

As I said last week, each one of us has an internal “set point” that subconsciously governs our ability to make money.

This set point is based on the beliefs and values that we accepted prior to the age of 7.

AND, this set point is controlled by SHAME.

So, think about this…

What were the messages you received from your parents about wealthy people?

I know my parents passed the belief on to me that wealthy people were dishonest, just lucky, or even crooks. And the message I received was that I did not want to be like them.

Other people may have heard things like, “Look at that big shot, driving that car…they must be compensating for something.”

Or

Maybe the message of “we are not like them” was passed on simply by observing how your parents acted or changed when in the company of someone they perceived as wealthy.

Really think long and hard about the messages (both spoken and unspoken) that you received growing up.

It’s the reason why people may have a very profitable month or two, but then end up right back where they started. It’s pretty easy to hide a little extra money, but if you were to really be able to generate wealth and begin to spend it, people would notice; and in comes shame without you even realizing what’s happening.

In case you missed my free video training this week, I’ve decided to offer two encore presentations. If you’re experiencing an inability to create wealth in your life, I suggest you check it out…I want to walk you through EXACTLY how to identify what’s controlling your ability to make the money you desire rather than “barely enough”.

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The REAL reason for the ups and downs

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Neagle Code Question

David, I have heard you say that everyone has the same amount of money, meaning that there’s not some force that allocates riches to some people and nothing to others. We actually all have the ability to become wealthy if we desire to do so.

Here’s my issue: I have a deep desire to build my business, help others and create wealth for myself and my family, but month after month, I make just enough to cover my expenses. What am I missing???

Neagle Code Answer

Hi and thanks for your question.

The answer is quite simple.

What you are missing is awareness.

Let me explain.

Each one of us has an internal “set point” that subconsciously governs our ability to make money.

This set point is based on the beliefs and values that we accepted prior to the age of 7.

I know it sounds crazy to think that information you accepted prior to the age of 7 would even be a factor in your ability to make money, but it is 100% true.

It keeps you on a never-ending teeter-totter between making just barely enough and not making enough.

One month you’ll make more than you need, and the next you’ll have to scramble to make sure everything (and everyone) gets paid.

Your set point was created out of your subconscious beliefs about wealth and poverty, and is


Controlled by
shame and guilt.

And here’s the thing…until you become aware of this invisible mechanism, you’ll have a difficult time hitting your financial goals.

You’ll think that you need to:

• Work harder and longer hours

• Hire more people

• Change your programs or pricing

• Learn a new strategy

• Get another degree, certification or training

• Change jobs, businesses or careers

And really you just need to understand the underlying mechanism that’s secretly pulling your strings like a puppet, so you can then make a conscious choice.

I get this question so often that I’ve decided to start this year with a BRAND NEW video training on this exact subject. I want to walk you through EXACTLY how to identify what’s controlling your ability to make the money you desire rather than “barely enough”.

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Best advice on goal setting

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Neagle Code Question

David, it’s that time of year… can you give me your best advice on how to set a goal?

Neagle Code Answer

I’d be happy to, but first let me ask you a question.

When you set a goal…what is the thought process your mind goes through?

Do you pick something that you THINK you can achieve? Or do you go after something you really WANT? — even if it seems huge and impossible?

Most people choose goals that are actually too small for them.

Really think about this. When you sit down and write the things that you want for your life, sometimes your brain tries to flip over and say, “But, how are you going to do that?”

Before you’ve even given yourself permission to imagine the goal — you’re already stopping at “How?”

The “How?” question is what stops most people in their tracks.

It makes a person think, “Maybe I ought to adjust this goal lower, so that I’m not taking too much of a risk.”

Because you can’t think of how you’re going to reach your goal right in that moment, you might say, “Maybe I’d better lower it down to something else.”

I’d encourage you not to do that.

That’s “settling” for something small.

When choosing a goal, do it as if you could not fail — as if there were zero possibility of failure.

Design your life as if anything were possible.

Because the truth is, anything IS possible for your life.

When you truly, deeply desire something, that’s a sign that the way to fulfill it is already here. The possibility is already here, AND the way to make it REAL is already here.

Stepping into that goal — even if it seems “big” — is what will grow you as a person. (The “how” unfolds before your eyes, as you take each next step.)

So, don’t just ask for “small” things that you THINK you can get…ask for the big things that you really desire.

Then begin to take actions to make that goal a reality.

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You better BELIEVE it!

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 you talk about belief in all of your teachings. Can you explain how belief works in helping me create what I want? I mean, if I don’t have the belief, how can anything change for me?

Neagle Code Answer

Absolutely!

Beliefs are powerful, and they can be used to create the life of your dreams, or keep you a prisoner in a life you never wanted.

Throughout history, people have created marvelous things…but all of these creations had to take place in the mind first. It had to start off as a fantasy.

Do you allow yourself to fantasize about what you REALLY want?

Or do you allow the voices in your head to shut you down?

To create something you must get emotionally involved in it, and believe in that idea for it to become a reality.

But unfortunately if we are not aware, we are controlled by the beliefs that were given to us by the people who raised us, and those voices end up telling us to:

• Keep quiet
• Stay safe
• Fit in
• Be nice

instead of encouraging us to break the mold and create our own life.

And if we don’t know that’s what’s controlling our results, we are powerless to change any of it.

So tell me, what’s the truth about what you want to create for yourself?
Is it taking away anyone else’s right to choose?
Is it unethical or breaking any laws?
Is it something you truly desire for yourself?

Choose to believe in your desires and opportunity WILL show up. It MUST.

Most of us are carrying around all kinds of beliefs that are keeping us from where we want to go, which is why I’m hosting a free training next week designed to help you Stop Playing Small and Create an Extraordinary Life. It’s the perfect shot in the arm you could use to really jumpstart 2019.

CLICK here to register and I’ll “see” you there!

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How to handle negative people

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Neagle Code Question

Hi David,

There is a person in my life who sees the negative in every situation. If he does say something good or nice about something, he ends it with a negative.

How do you handle a situation like this? Oh…I should probably mention the person I’m referring to is my partner.

Neagle Code Answer

Hi!

I think it’s important to understand that you don’t have to “handle” the situation.

I think a better question to ask yourself is, “Why am I choosing to have this negative person in my life?”

There are two things we need to understand:

1)    This person has every right to be negative and judgmental, and it’s not anyone else’s responsibility or right to change him/her.

2)    When you are around someone who is negative, it is very hard for you to consciously reject their thoughts and feelings; and pretty soon you may find yourself uttering those same negative words. You are influenced by the people around you whether you want to admit it or not.

My mentor, Bob Proctor, refused to spend time with people who were negative and lack-minded, because he knew they had the ability to change his thinking without him even realizing it, and I feel the same way.

So are you choosing to spend time with this person in hopes of changing them?

Or

Are you afraid to remove yourself from this negative person’s life?

Get very honest
with yourself…

It all boils down to making a decision based upon what’s in your best interest, understanding that everyone else has the right to think, live and believe whatever they choose.

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