I’ve recently been invited to be a Certified Mentor of the Conscious Creator Mentoring Network, which is like the “Netflix” of Personal Development.
For this program, I am preparing a consolidation of all my life’s work, inspirational books, audios, and programs (including several more new and complete courses coming soon) for the Mentoring Network Vault.
As a mentor of the network, I can invite some of my subscribers to become business partners with me, to help me share my message.
To explain how this would work, I held a very special webinar with the owner of the Mentoring Network back on Thursday March 5th, 2015.
I invite you to watch the replay if you:
Have been touched by my message and want to partner with me
Would like me to compensate you for sharing my message
Would like access to a whole group of other amazing mentors, including some of my own
Feel that you have a message of your own, and aspire to become a coach, speaker, etc.
If you are already a powerhouse mentor or coach—you especially need to be on this call (you’ll see why).
I’m at the beginning of something that I believe will change the world of personal development as we know it. But to do this right, I need a core group of people who know my message, who want to help me out, and possibly get paid very well for doing it.
Register now and let’s see if this is “it” for you.
It’s always amazing to me how much people change through the process of completing the MINDSET GENIUS™ FTMF course. So often, they come in feeling nervous and uncertain but hopeful that they made a wise investment by joining me in the program.
Then somewhere in the middle, something shifts. They come to a growing but quiet confidence that having success really can become a natural part of their day-to-day life.
Here’s an example:
From MINDSET GENIUS™ FTMF Participant, Cathie Frost:
My short term goal [was]: We will replace the garage door by Jan. 23 and pay for it without going into debt. This is a level 9 goal for me because at this point we have no money set aside to pay for it. By completing this goal, we will closer to putting our house on the market and selling our home.
At this point I have no idea how we will pay for it. But I’m sure we’ll get the money from some source. I will move forward with this goal and let you know the outcome.
I didn’t hear back from Cathie for weeks. It was well past the January 23 date, and I hesitated to follow up, because I didn’t know what had happened, or how she was feeling.
So I finally wrote this:
Hi Cathie, I just wanted to check in. If you did not achieve the goal by the date you picked, don’t throw out the seed… let it keep gathering what it needs until it becomes real. Remember chapter 1 from Hidden Treasures – about the Law of Perpetual Transmutation. We don’t have to have super intense faith, we only need to have a tiny bit of faith, but without doubt. That’s the key. And it’s never too late to keep going, no matter what’s transpired before. Just food for thought…
Thanks so much for checking back with me… I actually had success with my last goal. As you know my goal was to have a new garage door installed AND have it totally paid for by the 23rd. I am happy to report the garage door was installed and paid for without going into debt by the 23rd. A few days after I set the goal, my husband heard from his business partners who told him that starting this month, they would be sending him $1,000 a month to buy into his business. This is something we hadn’t discussed with them so we were really excited to hear that not only would our garage door be paid for, but that the money would continue to come in each month.
I am so excited that I set a goal that was a level 9 for me and accomplished it! I learned that ultimately God is in control and can arrange things to work in my favor. I know if I were to set this goal again I would rank it at a level 4 or 5. Setting this goal was difficult for me because I had no idea how I could accomplish it, but it has taught me that I can see miracles when I challenge my faith. In a few months, we will put the house up for sale. I’m not worried about whether or not it will sell. I know we have felt prompted to do this and that God is arranging things to work out for the best. ~ Cathie Frost, www.cathiefrostphotography.com
I think it’s awesome when the success comes so naturally, that it’s more like, “Oh, by the way… I succeeded” than it is, “WHAT?? IT WORKED??” That’s because it becomes a natural part of you. There is no real shock, but always amazement worth pondering. It’s a quiet, “Wow, this is real…” which inspires contemplative daydreaming about what you can accomplish next.
Positive Thinking Tip: Ask and ye shall receive – when you ask “right”
Learning to consciously apply success principles (such as the law of attraction) for a better life is just like learning a whole new language. At first, with every intention to communicate your desires perfectly, everyone makes mistakes. It’s happened to me: what was intended to communicate my desires clearly has often turned into something that I never intended at all.
But that’s okay… it’s part of the learning process. Think about it:
Imagine going to a Spanish speaking country with nothing more than a rudimentary understanding of the Spanish language and an English/Spanish translation handbook.
(I tell people all the time that I can speak Spanish: Ta-co Bell, burrito, chimichanga, enchilada…)
So you arrive in the foreign country and climb into a taxicab. You open your book and intend to tell the driver, “I want to go someplace quiet and beautiful where I can feel the spirit of God.” So word by word, you search your translation guide and say, “Deseo ir en alguna parte tranquilidad y hermoso donde puedo sentir el alcohol del dios.”
The driver, who is a native of the country hears, “Desire to go beautiful tranquility somewhere, and where I can feel the alcohol of the God.”
Where do you think he will take you??
When you end up at a saloon, you might look at your book and throw it away saying, “This Spanish language doesn’t work!!!”
Do you know anyone who has been introduced to the principles of prosperity through “The Secret” or elsewhere, made an attempt to live according to the guidelines and then throw it all away because the “tool” didn’t work?
Maybe you’ve also thought about giving up.
Realize that the language of faith is just that: it is a language… of the spirit. It takes time to develop fluency. It takes time to understand the cause and effect of thinking, feeling, and acting in a certain way.
When things don’t go the way you expect them to go, accept the results and simply learn from them. Take the lessons that are available in every challenge and let them work in you so you can get closer to your goal the next time.
Don’t throw away the principles that you know deep down are true, even if the results you get aren’t what you intend them to be.
When you end up at a saloon instead of a beautiful botanical garden, it wasn’t because the “book” or the “language” didn’t work! It actually worked perfectly.
Let me give you an example. For a long time I had a goal statement that said, “Money comes to me frequently and easily from multiple sources in increasing quantities on a continual basis. People want my products; God helps his children through me.”
After about a year of this I realized that the part, “People want my products” is exactly what I was getting. Thousands of people wanting something I have doesn’t exactly translate into revenue.
That’s when I changed my statement to more accurately reflect my true desire: “People buy my products; God helps his children through me.”
See the difference? It’s a language thing.
We communicate our desires and receive what we ask for. “Ask and ye shall receive” is a true principle. But this language of faith that we are trying to learn comes from a culture that is part of our divine nature, but something we have temporarily forgotten.
In God’s world, when we ask for increased faith, He doesn’t necessarily give us faith, but opportunity to exercise our faith. When we ask for financial freedom, He doesn’t give us piles of money but opportunity to develop a growing income.
The more fluent we become in the language of faith, the more peacefully we will grow toward accomplishing all we desire.
As explained in The Jackrabbit Factor, that is why a person who sets a goal to lose weight can very easily end up with more pounds than where they began. It is also why a person who focuses so much on getting out of debt may very well end up with more debt than they ever expected.
We learn the language of intention one concept at a time.
On a side note:For our Spanish readers, we had my Jackrabbit Factor book professionally translated, but in order to give them a place to retrieve it, I once quickly created a special web page just for them. Instead of waiting for the completion of the professional translation, I used the Altavista Babelfish online translation tool, and did my best.
If you don’t speak Spanish, here’s an example of the lingual mess I created:
What I meant to say: “Don’t worry, the book was translated professionally. We’re sorry for the translation errors on this webpage!”
What it actually said: “No se preocupe, este libro fue traducido al español profesionalmente. ¡Estamos apesadumbrados para los errores de la traducción en este Web page!”
What it meant: “One does not worry, this book was translated the Spanish professionally. We are grieved for the errors of the translation in this Web page!”
Even better than that, here were a few of my glowing testimonials. Wouldn’t these comments make YOU want to read my book? (LOL)
“Within a pair of weeks I received the promotion to the director and an important increase of the pay… To Harper”
“I tripled to my retired rent and my husband of its work of the day… To say the information is to change of the life would be an underestimation! Thanks! – Marnie”
“… we will double really to our rent the east next year. Thanks, Leslie, to share these principles… CREALMENTE WORK! What excites more to me, is than there is no limit to which we can reach in the future! Thanks again! It smooths H”
Alas, I was grieved for the “errors of the translation.” Ultimately they were all corrected (I’m pretty sure, at least).
An underdeveloped understanding of Spanish may be enough to get me to the bathroom in a Mexican restaurant south of the border, but it may not help me when I need to navigate my way through town in search of a post office.
Likewise, an underdeveloped understanding of the principles of prosperity may help you accomplish something on one level, but a continued study of the “language” and practicing it often is what may be required to re-invent the most significant aspects of your life.
Keep learning, keep studying, and keep practicing! You’ll get there!