Modeling

Modeling (Tim Ferris) and Neville Goddard – Part 2

Modeling (Tim Ferris) and Neville Goddard – Part 2

Babe Ruth – Flckr Why is it that some people can easily follow the advice and step by step daily actions of a mentor – and quickly duplicate their results? Why is it that other people just can’t seem to make those same exact steps work in their lives, no matter how easy the steps […]

By January 9, 2011 7 Comments Read More →
Modeling Neville Goddard – Part 1

Modeling Neville Goddard – Part 1

“Effective modeling begins with ignoring what the person you are modeling says or thinks is important, and noticing exactly how, when, and where he puts his attention, energy, and focus.” Many readers of Neville Goddard miss what would call the big splash in Neville Goddard’s stream of life. ¬† The big splash is what is […]

By January 7, 2011 21 Comments Read More →
Subjective NLP Modeling – Napoleon Hill and Howard Hughes – Part 3

Subjective NLP Modeling – Napoleon Hill and Howard Hughes – Part 3

“DO YOU TALK TO MUCH?” Hey mate, Here is a tiny distinction that is well worth noticing, as you are learning how to model what works and what doesn’t. “Are you a visionary or a commentator?” In this tiny segment we will explore how you use sounds and image inside your mind. ¬†People tend to […]

By September 10, 2010 2 Comments Read More →