The #1 Secret To Achieving Lasting Change In Your Life
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The Secret to Lasting Change
I want to talk to you guys about Immersion: The Secret to Lasting Change. Now, most of you who’ve been out recently to UPW or other personal development, it’s that time of the year. Most of us have heard that immersion is the secret to lasting change. And I want to speak to you guys a little bit about my journey in how through immersion, I was able to make massive, massive changes in my life.
I started in personal development in 2003. That was my first personal development event. I knew nothing about personal development or people like Tony Robbins, Chris Howard, Brian Tracy, all these guys. 2003 is the biggest eye-opener for me. I was like, “Wow, I’ve been living in the dark ages.” Now the challenge is two weeks out, three weeks out, a month out, six months out. Sometimes old habits start to creep. The biggest secret that you can do to overcome any of these things coming back and for you to have an everlasting change in your life is to immerse yourself in personal development. Now to do that for most of you, I’ve already sent you an email with a lot of audiobooks I should say. But also to continue on your personal development journey.
Always learn, always study something. Always. Self-education these days is absolutely massive and there’s so much knowledge out there that we can actually find. Just immerse ourselves in it and embody it. Find someone who you resonate with.
I’ll give you an example with my son, 16-year-old, at the beginning of the year, he was struggling because he had his, school planner, but he didn’t implement or he didn’t plan anything. Now he’s already been to UPW. He said, “Dad, what’s going on? It’s like that. I’m struggling. There’s a lot of work to do senior living.” And then I’ll sit through and then I said, “Look, wherever you go, use your personal development.” He responds with “I don’t have time for personal development.” I said to him, “That’s bullshit. You need to make time for personal development. You got half an hour on your way to work and school in the morning in the car and you got half an hour on your way back home in the afternoon. So why don’t you, instead of listening to music, find someone who you actually resonate with and listen to that.”
And now he found the guy called Prince and he started listening to him. Then he found Gary Vane. He found all these other people and started listening to them and it was just given his watching two minutes, five-minute videos on the way to school. About two or three months later, he started excelling in all his results in all his marks.
See the power of personal development because you’ve changed your mindset, you’ve embodied, you’ve enabled yourself to be able to think better and higher than the average person. And now, they are showing there. The proof is in your results.
Now going back to what I was saying in 2003, I started on this journey and then when I got out of there, I made sure I got as many CDs. So I’d go to as many cities and I’ll literally have a box of CDs in my car and I’ll change one city after another. I was like, okay, well I’m just driving. I’m going to drive anyway. So might as well put something that’s gonna benefit me, even if I retain five or 10% of that is much better than not retaining any of it. And with time, as I repeated and repeated that process, I actually started to embody a lot of it. And now I make sure I’ve always got personal development information or some type of talk in the background to keep me going. And while I’m working. So guys, immersion is the number one secret to lasting change.
And remember, your only limitation is the one you set up in your mind. Peace out everybody and have a great night.