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  • Writer's pictureAlisa Collins

How to Get what YOU Want

I love the song "You can't always get what you Want" by the Stones. But here's the thing. You can get what you want.

The next logical question is, "How do I get what I want?"

The answer is surprisingly simple.

You get what you want by STOP focusing on what you DO NOT want--and start focusing on what you DO want.

Most people don't know what they want. But most people can talk for hours about what they don't want.

I don't want to worry about money.

I don't want my relationship with my mother to be terrible.

I don't want to weigh 200lbs.

That is not helpful.

Instead of "I don't want to worry about money," try on "I WANT to make more money."

That will put your brain to work on all the ways you can make more money.

Then your brain offers you all the ways that could happen. Maybe by focus on getting a promotion, getting a part-time job, getting a new job, and starting a side hustle. There are so many ways that you haven't even considered. What are they?

I want a better relationship with Mom.

How does a person with a better relationship act?

Act that way now.

Decide you have a better relationship--and you will.

I want to be 150lbs.

What does a person who weighs 150 eat?

If you eat that, you will weigh 150lbs.

That's it.

We want to make things so much more complicated than they are.

But if you manage your brain instead of letting it overcomplicate things, you can get anything you want.

You have to know WHAT you want - and focus your brain on getting it.

Simple, right?

If you would like to learn more about managing your brain to accomplish what you want in your life, I'd love to talk to you. We can chat for FREE (no obligation, I promise.)



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