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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Know your limits?

Do you reckon that you know the limits of your own capabilities? Most of us do. But let me share a little secret with you - most of us undervalue our own ability. Even those bores who talk all the time about how wonderful they are, have no real idea just what they are capable of.

So many people that I meet would make great public speakers - yet they've become conditioned to believe that they can't do it.

Well if you are one of those folks let me encourage you to picture yourself on stage and imagine the audience in raptures at what you have to say. See the fun, feel the thrill, hear the applause - and squeeze together the thumb and middle finger on your right hand. Now see the image that you probably repeat to yourself far too often. I don't know what you think will go wrong - but conjure up that image - now squeeze together the thumb and middle finger on your left hand.

See the image of failure on a large screen infront of you, as you squeeze together the lefthand thumb and finger - and in just one tiny pixel in the top lefthand corner place the image of it going well.

Now alternate the images. Make the success image larger pushing aside the picture of failure, as you squeeze together the righthand thumb and finger. Repeat this 5 times, each time making the success image larger, so that by the third swap it is one third the size of the image of failure and pushes it further away. By the fourth swap make success just over half the total size and watch the image of failure disappear as you make the switch for the fifth and final time, as it gets sqeezed out completely. Squeeze together the thumb and finger on your righthand.

Now you will have a strong trust in your own ability to succeed.

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