This week's question from my portal “The Neagle Code: Directions for Life” comes from someone who wishes to remain anonymous.
I’ve recently heard you talk about an internal set point that sometimes dictates your financial growth. I’ve always thought my income was based on my work ethic and my daily tasks. Can you explain this set point a little more please?
I’d be happy to!
First I want you to understand that sometimes your income has less to do with what you’re “doing” and more to do with what you believe.
Let me explain.
Maxwell Maltz, in his book Psycho-Cybernetics, teaches that all people have an internal “set point,” which he calls a cybernetic mechanism.
A cybernetic mechanism is a mechanism in both man and machines that determines and measures the deviation between a set point and a goal.
In fact, we have these set points everywhere in our lives. Think about your weight, your finances, and your environment.
What you may be experiencing is your own cybernetic mechanism or “set point” in regards to your yearly income.
Researchers have found that our cybernetic mechanisms are set based on our past programming. This means our ability to hit our goals, is actually based on beliefs that were passed on to us by others.
The only solution is to really become aware of what those hidden beliefs are, and then consciously begin to change and re-program them.
If you feel like you’re constantly trying to pedal up-hill, chances are that’s because your cybernetic mechanism is kicking in and your sub-conscious beliefs are working against you.
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