How To Achieve a Successful Way of Being

Being successful is not an end state. It is an ongoing state that gives you the resources to flourish in any area you which to achieve specific outcomes. So achieving that state, I.e, one in which you are being successful, is a matter of gathering the elements that make it work to provide those outcomes. In this vein we are going to look at the ways in which you can be successful in the ways that you define it for yourself.

Picturing the outcome is often used to create a state of being where you can imagine yourself doing something successfully, but often this has no effect because the state that was used to set it up in the first place was not aligned with the outcome states that match the outcome scenario. Therefore, training your brain to act more efficiently on tasks that need achieving in reality is one of designing the elements that combine to make a structure of neuronal patterning activity that can enhance the outcome scenario and give you the results you want. So how do we design the outcome scenario in ways that give us what we want?

Ask yourself questions about who you are being when you are in the state you need to be. For example, if you want to be in the state of being successful, what elements of your experience would make up that package? A kind of ‘what’s in the box?’ mentality. So a statement might sound something like….when I am being successful, I am focused, determined and effective. These three elements have now been marked as the KPI’s of the ‘success’ state that you want to elicit. From here you can use that state to create the outcome scenario that you want because the state now has built in structures to ensure all decisions relating to that outcome will be made in the state it was designed for. Practice choosing states that you want to achieve successfully and ask yourself the question ‘who am I being when I am being x, y ,z?’ this way you can begin to build a catalogue of resources to fill in your outcome scenarios when planning your next project.

Happy planning!

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