Month: April 2015

Your Secret Advantage

There’s a quote by a famous hockey player that illustrates why self-esteem is the first step in attaining any goal you may have. “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” There was also an advertising campaign for one of the lotteries that focused on the phrase …. “You can’t win if you don’t play.” The reason many folks don’t go after the things they want is because they really don’t believe they can

You’re Worth It

One of the biggest obstacles I had to deal with in my life was the belief that I had to “earn” anything good in life. Before I could take a vacation, or treat myself to a dinner out, I had to meet certain goals.  Before I could expect to have someone who loved me, I had to be “good enough” to love.  Before I could ask for help, I had to try everything I could

This Seems to be Working

This is interesting. I’m already getting positive feedback on the new Wealth Symbolic Change Process meditation, which has been released to a private test group. Here’s an example of what has come in. This is from Cindy, who has had access to other, more in-depth recordings, which could have helped with her results. Hi Alan I just got back from a fun day of shopping with a good friend, had an unexpected and welcomed day

A New Type of Meditation

As I write this, I just finished the first draft of a script for a new type of meditation. It’s actually a cross between a guided meditation and a hypnosis script, using a unique concept for incorporating change.  I call it a symbolic change process. I originally got the idea while reading some Kindle ebooks written by someone who calls himself the “Rogue Hypnotist”.  (BTW – they’re great ebooks, and well worth the 99 cent

How Meditation Can Solve Your Problems For You

A lot of folks say they don’t meditate because they just don’t have time for it.  There’s just too much to do to take time to sit and do nothing. I used to say the same thing. However, anyone who says this is wrong.  The fact is that those who meditate are so much more effective in their work, they tend to get more done than those who don’t meditate.  Here’s why. Even with the