Table of contents
Welcome to Personal Power!
Day 1 The key to Personal Power 3
Day 2 The Controlling Force That Directs Your Life 5
Day 3 Taking Control: The First Step 8
Day 4 The Science of Success Conditioning: Neuro-Association 10
Day 5-7 What Everyone Wants and How You Can Get It! 12
Day 8 The Power of “Why” 15
Day 9 Values and Beliefs: The Source of Success and Failure 17
Day 10 How to Take Complete control of your life Day 11 The power of why
Day 12-14 Creating your future: The Goal Setting workshop Day 15 Success Conditioning: The Power of Rituals Day 16 Anchoring yourself to success
Day 17 How to condition yourself for wealth Day 18 Ending financial self-sabotage
Day 19 -21 Overcoming fears or failure and Success and Overcoming
fear and Rejection
Day 22 Eliminating Self-Sabotage and creating unstoppable
Day 23 How to Increase Your Energy
Day 24 The power of Successful Relationships Day 25 How to Solve Problems Quickly and Effectively Day 26-30 My Personal Challenge to You
Subliminal Total self-confidence and Vibrant Health and Energy Subliminal Unlimited Financial Success and Getting into Action@
Bonus „POWERTALK!‟s The driving force: The Six Human Needs
Bonus „POWERTALK!‟s Meetings with Masters
D E A R F R I E N D :
Welcome to Personal Power, and congratulations on your commitment to measurably improve the quality of your personal and professional life! You are about to join millions of extraordinary people who have invested in and experienced the amazing benefits of this 30-day audio coaching system. I am especially and excited to welcome you to this to this special new addition, Personal Power II: The Driving
Force, and to share with you how important this journal can be to your success with this program.
Designed to be used after you listen to each day‟s session, your Personal
Success Journal is a place to constantly capture the key concepts and „action items‟ of each day‟s session. This simple system will help you maximize the benefits you
experience. Your journal is written to reinforce specific stories, examples, and principles, so if you browse though it right now, it may make little sense to you. (This is not a set of Cliff’s Notes!) But when you review the summaries and complete the
assignments each day following your audio session, you‟ll find this journal; to be extremely valuable in acceleration the process of creating change and in expanding your appreciation of your personal progress.
I‟m a firm believer in the adage that if your life‟s worth living, it‟s worth
recording, so in addition to the written exercises, be sure to take some extra moments each day to jot own a few notes about the events in your life, how you‟re feeling what
you‟re pleased and excited about, and to acknowledge the positive changes you‟re making. Personally, I‟ve kept journals for nearly 2 decades, and I know you‟ll find real value in putting your thoughts, ideas, and emotions on paper: There‟s a certain
level of clarity that comes from journal writing that‟s difficult to reach in any other way. This is such a simple yet rewarding process! The value of it „creeps up‟ on you. Its like watching children as they grow up: Sometimes it‟s difficult to see how much
they‟re growing if we‟re their parents, but when you see a child after being away for a while, the growth is so obvious! A journal gives you a chronicle of your own progress, and when you look back on it in the future, you‟ll have that sense of
distance that allows you to see and appreciate just how far you‟ve come.
Here are a few simple steps for getting the most from your journal:
1. Each day, Monday through Friday, listen to the assigned CD
2. After the session, open your journal and take immediate action on the day‟s
3. Before you close it for the day, take a few minutes to reinforce your learning
by jotting down any additional thoughts or feelings in your journal about what
you learned and how you‟re going to use the progress you‟ve already made.
So let‟s go! I know you‟re as anxious as I am for you to get started. It‟s amazing to think what exciting things are in store for you between now and the end of the next 30 days. Throughout that time and until we meet in person, remember to…..
Live with passion! ANTHONY J. ROBBINS
Day 1 -The Key to Personal Power
What changes, your life is making decisions and using your Personal Power, which is your ability to take consistent action.
The Unlimited Success Formula
1 Know your outcome
2 Get yourself to take action by deciding to do so.
3 Notice what you‟re getting from your actions.
4 If what you‟re doing is not working change your approach.
To save time and energy, use role models to accelerate the pace of your success:
1 Find someone who‟s already getting the results you want.
2 Find out what the person is doing
3 Do the same things and you‟ll get the same results.
It‟s impossible to fail as long as you learn something from what you do!
1 Write two decisions you‟ve been putting off which, when you make
them now, will change your life.
2 Now that you‟ve made a real decision, you must take immediate action.
To do that write down the first few steps. What are three simple things
you could do immediately – right now – that would be consistent with
your new decisions? (For example, if you decided to stop smoking,
what could you do with the cigarettes that are in your house right now?)
Who could you call? What could you commit to? What letter could
you write? What could you do instead of your old behavior? List the
immediate actions, and then take action on them right now, in this
Never leave the site of setting a goal or making a decision without taking some action toward its attainment. That‟s how you create momentum and start to tap into
the real driving force within you.
1. Two decisions I‟ve been putting off which, which when I make them now, will change my life:
2. Three simple things I can do immediately that will be consistent with my two
„There‟s always a way – if you‟re committed‟ – Anthony Robbins
Day 2 - The Controlling Force That Directs Your Life
Ultimately, everything we do in our lives is driven by our fundamental need to avoid pain and our desire to gain pleasure; both are biologically driven and constitute a controlling force in our lives.
We will do far more to avoid pain than we will to gain pleasure. Pain is the
greater motivator in the short term.
At any moment in time, whenever you focus you attention on is what is most real to you. Therefore, if you want to change your behavior, you must focus your attention on.
1. How not changing your behavior will be more painful than changing it.