In 1976, Bruce Jenner won the gold medal for the Olympic Decathlon, and became an instant hero to many. At that time, the Soviet Union was dominant in many Olympic events, and winning the decathlon was considered one of the most difficult feats because it is made up of ten different sports (100 meters, long jump, shot put, high jump, 400 meters, 110 meter hurdles, discus throw, pole vault, javelin throw, and 1500 meters). It’s no wonder the winner of the decathlon is dubbed the “World’s Greatest Athlete”.
After winning the decathlon, Bruce Jenner was invited to speak at the Million Dollar Round Table and thousands of agents came to hear him share his secrets of success. He shared the story of his victory at that event, and also in his book “Finding the Champion Within.” But the key point that he puts forth is this: Every morning for the four years prior to the Olympic competition, before going out to train, he’d sit down on the sofa and for 30 minutes would vividly and emotionally visualize the victory lap he would run once he won the gold medal.
This concept has been used by athletes and others in all walks of life to achieve massive success. Do you see yourself as a winner with National Agents Alliance? Do you vividly and emotionally picture your success over and over again? Do you know what it looks like, feels like, sounds like, etc. when you first earn 6-figures, get promoted to Agency Manager? Can you hear the cheering of the crowd at the National Convention, feel your excitement as you and your spouse prepare to walk the stage, feeling the thrill of knowing that all the people in the audience want to hear your story, and to know your secrets?
Create your ‘victory lap’ with National Agents Alliance, and let it become a part of your day, every day. Make it a movie that plays in your head when you wake up, before you go to sleep and most importantly before you walk into your client’s house. Set it to music if you choose, and keep that song on your Ipod or in your CD player so you can go back to that vision over and over again.
Psychologists tell us that your subconscious cannot distinguish between a real event and one that is imagined over and over. So create a strong and emotional vision, and replay it over and over in your head. Then go to work, and your subconscious mind will make sure that all that you have imagined will come to pass.