Sean Rasmussen – Developing Self Esteem!

Self Esteem is an important contributing factor to success. People must take full responsibility for their results in life, not look for fault or blame in others. My mentor and teacher, Sean Rasmussen, points out…

“Your dreams already do come true. Make your dreams good ones!”

Maxwell Maltz (1899-1975) wrote Psycho Cybernetics (1960), a self help classic which revolutionized positive thought. Today’s success teachers (Tony Robins, Demartini, David Wood, Paul Counsel, Sean Rasmussen – just to name a few) understand and refer to. Your self image is the key to human personality and human behavior.

“Change your self-image and you change the person.”

“Action, Results and Perception are consistent with your self image.”

Maltz explains that you will act like the person you perceive yourself to be and your “experience” will be consistent with the way you “see yourself”. We see examples of this everyday. People act the way they perceive themselves, and this is more often than not, drummed into them at a young age.

To put it into context… students fail because they are told that they are failures by parents and teachers. Babies are born “clean”. We interfere with their self image.

“Success runs in the family… in the mind!”

Maltz points out that disease and success carry through families because it is carried in your 康寶萊傳銷 mind. If you accept defeat then you are defeated. It is all in how you think and how you behave!

Sean explains that you are better off moving in the wrong direction than not moving at all. At least when you are going in the wrong direction, you can alter course and start going in the right one. It is important to set goals and move forward, otherwise you’ll live in the past. Negative feedback should be seen as a good thing. It helps you correct errors and stay on track. If you can remember that going off track, or off course is not a bad thing, it simply reminds us to re-evaluate what we are doing and self correct. Hopefully we have the self esteem (or at least a great mentor) who can help us find our way back when we stray too far off course.

A healthy self image allows you to locate the answer… to anything!

To Get a Healthy Self Image

1. Have a goal that is already in existence now and in actual or potential form. (have one that you feel is achievable, but remember to always aim for the moon, because if you fall short, you’ll fall amongst the stars)

2. Have only an end result in mind… the “how” will be provided by your Automatic Success Mechanism or ASM (success drawn to you because you believe and trust it to do so- it’s your self image!).

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