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The cheat code for life

Anything you want is yours.

  1. Decide what you want and make it your goal to get it.
  2. Remind yourself of your goal every day.
  3. Go about your life with a cheerful attitude of faith that you will reach your goal, no matter what.

That’s the formula.

And the “cheat code” that makes it work is discipline.

I don’t mean the hard discipline of forcing yourself to do things you don’t want to do, either (although that’s a worthwhile ability to develop, too, it comes second to this one).


The only discipline you ever really need to make things work out in your favor is the discipline to remain mentally consistent…

The discipline to focus your mind on your goal while maintaining a positive attitude towards that goal.

Every day, without fail.

I wrote about one way to apply this discipline yesterday.

Most people won’t do it because it seems too easy to be important.

But those who stick to it will notice such a huge shift in their awareness that one day it will all just “click” into place and they’ll be astounded that they ever struggled to get the things they wanted in the past.

You don’t need any special intelligence, or superhuman strength of will, or intense training to make this work.

You already have access to your subconscious mind, that infinite well of creativity, and it will provide you with everything you ever need to reach any goal you ever set for yourself.

If you struggle to reach your goals it’s because you haven’t figured out how to communicate your goals clearly and consistently to your subconscious mind.

You’re either giving unclear instructions, or…

More likely…

You’re giving different, contradictory goals every moment of every day.

And so, before it can get to work giving you what you want, you’re sending it off to do something else, and then something else, every time your mood changes or every time something else catches your attention.

Developing the mental discipline to stay on target fixes that.

And the way you develop that discipline is to follow the three steps above.

Go easy on yourself when you slip up. Gently remind yourself of your goal if you forget throughout the day. Gently remind yourself to remain positive if you give into doubt or despair for a moment, and…

Keep on going.

Keep reminding yourself until the habit becomes so automatic that you don’t even have to remind yourself anymore.


When you make this mental discipline a habit, everything else becomes easy.

Best wishes,
Jason Lynch
Founder – Speedzen Subliminals

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