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7 Secrets To High Performance Thinking - Part 7

The first six secrets were the blocks building up to
the real secret behind high performance thinking.

High performance thinkers recognize the awesome power
of their subconscious mind.

* Relaxation

* Visualization

* Autosuggestion

* Goal Setting

* Whole-Brained Thinking

* Humor

All of the above are designed to help you unleash the
awesome power of your subconscious mind.

The subconscious has been called the sleeping giant.
It's like a big bear hibernating during the winter.

It's waiting for you to wake it so it can do its work.

All systems from Silva Mind Control and NLP to the
mystical traditions such as Yoga and Martial Arts are
designed to take us beyond our cultural conditioning.

They are all designed to help us realize that there
is more to high performance thinking than our

analytical thinking.

Hunches, intuition etc. are the results of our
subconscious working behind the scenes.

In the words of Maxwell Maltz, "Within you right now is
the power to do things you never dreamed possible. This
power becomes available to you just as you can change
your beliefs."

That power to make your dreams come true is your
subconscious mind.

Maybe it's time you woke the sleeping giant and put it
to work for you.

About the Author

John Colanzi has been writing for the Internet for 3
years. He has shown hundreds of webmasters how to use
mindset medication to join the ranks of the successful,
prosperous marketers. His latest eBook,
"7 Secrets Of Success" is available free at:

Written by: John Colanzi

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