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PERSONAL JOURNAL. Includes: Inner Strength, Personal Power and Get the Edge. ULTIMATE. EDGE. “You can't have a plan for your day, until you have a. Feb 10, PublisherNew York: Funk & Wagnalls Co. Collectionlibrary_of_congress; americana. Digitizing sponsorThe Library of Congress. Sep 20, Personal Power II by Anthony Robbins: Summary & PDF Personal Power is a month-long transformation program by Tony Robbins. The idea.
The Bases of Power Let's explore French and Raven's bases of power in two groups — positional and personal. Positional Power Sources Legitimate Power A president, prime minister or monarch has legitimate power. So does a CEO, a religious minister, or a fire chief. Electoral mandates, social hierarchies, cultural norms, and organizational structure all provide the basis for legitimate power.
This type of power, however, can be unpredictable and unstable. If you lose the title or position, your legitimate power can instantly disappear, because people were influenced by the position you held rather than by you. Also, the scope of your power is limited to situations that others believe you have a right to control. If a fire chief tells people to stay away from a burning building, for example, they'll likely listen.
But if he tries to make two people act more courteously toward one another, they'll likely ignore the instruction.
Reward Power People in power are often able to give out rewards. Raises, promotions, desirable assignments, training opportunities, and simple compliments — these are all examples of rewards controlled by people "in power.
The problem with this power base is that it may not be as strong as it first seems. Supervisors rarely have complete control over salary increases, managers often can't control promotions by themselves, and even CEOs need permission from their boards of directors for some actions.
Also, when you use up rewards, or when the rewards don't have enough perceived value, your power weakens. When you change either of these, you immediately change how you feel.
What am I grateful about in my life now? What am I enjoying most in my life right now? What about that do I enjoy? How does that make me feel?
Evaluations are nothing but questions you ask yourself. Your state-and ultimately, your life-are the result of the questions you 6. What am I committed to in my life now? What about that makes me committed? To manage your states via focus, you must control the questions you askyourself. Who loves me? What about that makes me loving?
Continually ask yourself questions that empower you. Write them down and put them next to your bed or on your bathroom mirror. Every morning ask yourself these five questions and come up with at least two answers for each of them. The subject of values is critically important because our values guide all our decision-making. I actually teach and guide people through this process during an intensive four-happiness, success, security, adventure.
These are known as ends values. You might want to complete the first two of the six steps today and divide the rest of these tasks over the course of the next week. I know how challenging this1. Some people may say that what they value most in life are their cars.
And be sure to have fun! The end 1. If you think you want money orsense of power or fun. Those feelings are the true driving force in your life,money. Rewrite your moving-toward values in the order of their importance.
For some people, this list might include rejection orthem. Discovering what you want to avoid will help you understand more about your drive. A feeling of choice. What has to happen for you to feel these emotions? For example, if 1. Have you discovered any rules, which limit the quality of your life? My moving-toward values in order of importance: 3.
What would I do the most to avoid moving-away-from values? My moving-away-from values in order of importance: 5. What has to happen for me to feel each of these emotions moving-toward and moving-away-from values? WORRY 38 39 6.
Step into the future five years with your new beliefs. Where are you now in your life? Step into the future 10 years.
Where are you now? To change a belief you must do the following: Step into the future 20 years. Identify the belief you want to change. Link enough pain to your current belief so you automatically move away from it. Identify a new, empowering belief. Link massive pleasure to the new belief. Identify the two beliefs you want to change. Close your eyes. Feel the emotional costs these beliefs have had on your life.
What have they cost you in your relationships, your finances, your physical body, your level of happiness and fulfillment? What do you regret most as a result of these beliefs? Step five years into the future and drag these limiting beliefs with you.
What is the cost? Come back to now and recognize none of this has happened yet. You have a chance to change it. What happened was a painful gift to move you to change your entire destiny right now!
Change your body radically-move as if you felt totally energized, excited, and passionate e. Decide what your new beliefs should be and write them down, stated in the positive. Close your eyes and think about how these beliefs will transform the quality of your life. What will you gain by these new beliefs? How will you be happier? How will you be more successful financially and in your relationships? How will your physical body be transformed when these beliefs begin to guide your daily actions?
Again, associate. How is your life greater now, more fulfilling, richer emotionally, physically, financially? Get excited about 1. They simply have impotentWith goals, we create our destiny! What I would have to believe to consistently follow through on theWhy do goals work? Setting a goal is acknowledging to your conscious and subconscious minds that where you are is not where you want to be. Having a goal creates positive pressure, which is necessary to move you forward— you must learn to manage pressure.
Write down what it will cost you not to achieve the goal linking pain to not achieving. Seeing andadmitting that things are not as good as we want them to be creates a drive tomake our lives the way we believe they should and must be. Take action on thefollowing assignment: 1. List the specific areas of your life that are not what you want them to be. Write down what you would have to believe to consistently follow through on the transformation of your life.
What would you have to believe in order to not only set your goals but really achieve them? What would you have to believe to make your life the masterpiece it deserves to be? Write down why you must change these situations now and why you know you can. What I would have to believe to not only set my goals but really achieve them: 4. Why I must change these situations now and why I know I can: 48 49 1. List your goals for personal development.
Brainstorm your personal development goals below. My top three goals A. List your things goals.
List your economic or financial goals. For each of your top nine goals, write down one action you can take right away to make initial progress toward achieving it. Take that action toward each goal today. Do the Rocking Chair Test to help you commit to accomplishing each of your goals.
Imagine yourself much older, sitting in your rocking chair and looking back on your life, first, as if you had not achieved your goal, then imagine yourself having achieved it.
Experience the pain that would follow not doing it along with the pleasure that would come from accomplishing your goal. Brainstorm your things goals below. My top three things goals and one 3. Brainstorm your economic or financial goals below. My top three action I can take today toward their attainment: economic or financial goals and one action I can take today toward their attainment 53 Our consistent emotions shape character and destiny. Your rituals consist of your habitual ways of looking in life becauseat the world, talking to yourself and moving your body.
List five negative emotions that you experience on a regular basis e.
A trigger for my positive emotions would be: 2. Write down your rituals for each of these emotions, i. List five positive emotions that you experience regularly. Write down your rituals for each of these emotions. Procrastination is nothing but a ritual. Find out how you create the ritual.
How much more joy would you have? Develop the habit of moving your body to interrupt the pattern of procrastination. Review your five negative emotions and how you create them. Then develop a pattern interrupt for each one. In this journal, write down what you do to get yourself into the ritual of procrastination and how to break out of it.
Here s an example. This was linked 1. Create a series of positive anchors. Fire off the positive and negative anchors simultaneously. This willremember the feelings of that same moment once again. Or get rid of the negative anchors you may 2.
Consistently link a trigger to that state. A unique touch, a facialhave to it currently? Mastering this skill can change virtually any area of your expression, a gesture, a snap of the fingers, a word, something that youlife.
Listed below are a few reminders about anchoring that are described in will use in the future as the trigger for your anchor. Identify the behavior you want to change, and then imagine the 1.
For example, to anchor excitement, breathe the way 2. Literally put yourself in the peak of that automatically triggers the resourceful one. Do this by making a big, state.
As you do this, say the repeating it dozens of times with more and more emotional intensity.
Then change your state. Change your focus for the moment. The key to this pattern is speed and repetition. Do this five or six times, 4.
Use the trigger; e. What you are telling your should feel your body snapping right back into that peak feeling. Do this; see this. Do this I created this system 59many years ago to help people eliminate phobias and fears and guide them through the process ofeliminating negative anchors. Create a positive anchor. Take yourself back to a time when you really felt that way.
Link that feeling to a gesture e. Do at least 15 swish patterns as described above. Now consider whether you have a specific amount of money that represents financial abundance. Have you made this number a must forpeople. Or is your current must the ability to live comfortably by paying your current bills? They never make having an abundance of money an absolute must. Remember the axiom: Never leave the site of setting a goal or 3.
They never develop an effective strategy for building wealth. They fail to follow through consistently on their financial plan. Today, do something toward developing a financial plan. They become financially complacent. They allow financial crisis to turn into financial ruin. Remember, tiny actions lead to a pattern of habits 2.
To master these strategies, use modeling. Make a list of any financial terms or aspects of financial management 1. Find people who are getting these results and study what they do. Do the same things consistently and get the same results. What were the excuses you used in the past?
This is an area of your life that must 1. What are your most limiting beliefs about having absolute financial be mastered. So come up with enough reasons that will help you abundance?
You can ask yourself another question: What do you continue to follow through. Make a list of them now. Most people 7. Ultimately, what frees you from fear is the belief that you are much associate negative emotions to this and wonder why they never more than anything that could ever happen to you financially. Use these to remind yourself of the capacity you have to turn challenges into opportunities.
My most limiting beliefs about having absolute financial abundance: 3. What I will do today toward developing a financial plan What specific amount of money represents financial abundance to me?
One or two situations from the past when I pulled through despite difficulty List words that you associate to money. Write down what you remember hearing about money when you were growing up. Write how your life would be greater and better if lack of money were no longer an issue. Remove your limiting beliefs by attaching new beliefs to them or ridiculing them. Write down this information and say it to yourself over and over again.
Empowering beliefs that will lead you to financial freedom: 1. The more I give to others, the more money I receive on an ongoing, consistent basis. I must live in an attitude of gratitude and I must give much more to others than I expect back. Financial abundance comes from doing what you love doing and making sure itcreates tremendous value for other people. To find the appropriate vehicle forbuilding wealth, answer the following questions: 1.