Be it until you Become it.

Posted: October 9, 2012 in Uncategorized

A friend called me the other day and was telling me about a video he watched.  I was curious and decided to watch the video.  The lady in the video made a point that you should actually fake it till you make it.  I like the theory, but I like the saying “Be it until you become it.”

This is an amazing talk she gave.  I was amazed when she said that in just 2 minutes with certain body language your body will start creating chemicals.  I have read in many books that explain the little extras that you do right will lead you to big differences long term.  Its a 20+ minute video and I would hope you take the time to watch it and leave a comment.

I encourage all to apply some of these techniques and watch them help you.

I am still trying to get better all the time so I am not saying that I have it all figured out.

Click Here for video

 

thanks for stopping in and reading.

 

Good luck on your “Be it until you become it.”

Steve 

Comments
  1. Bill Schulz says:

    Wow what a truth! This is something I have recognized without exactly knowing what was happening or why. Now that I know the science behind this outcome-enhancing skill, I will focus more on doing the right things when confidence is needed. It is harder for the body to sabotage the mind, then it is for the mind to saotage the body. Leading with the body will get the mind heading in the right direction whether it wants to or not, much like “action conquers fear”. Thanks for sharing!

  2. JB and Carrie Thompson says:

    Steve,

    Thank you for leading the way to great information again. On a recent cd in the team system Claude Hamilton related the concept of you are going to get better at whoever you are when you wake up. Faith it until you make it. In a recent talk you did you also covered an amazing concept that thoughts can create and shape who we are and who we are becoming. Great stuff. Thank you for dedicating your life to the contribution of helping others improve their lives, and not making it weird.

  3. Laurie Tallio says:

    I loved this! I especially enjoyed hearing her story, and understanding that once again, the path we choose to follow is so often influenced by where we have been. I’ve definitely been paying attention to my “posture”!

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