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In keeping with my series on the fundamental human needs, I turn my attention to advice from Arnold Schwarzenegger.

He is perhaps the most famous bodybuilder in history and later a box-office hit actor, but he has some great advice for creation.

When asked, in 1976, how he intended to make the move from bodybuilding to becoming a box-office sensation, this was his response:

“It’s the same process I used in bodybuilding. What you do is create a vision of who you want to be, and then live into that picture, as if it were already true.”  Continue reading Creation

Willpower vs Imagery

Now that’s willpower…

I hear these words every day, ‘I really don’t have any willpower’ or ‘this is why I come to you so I don’t have to have the willpower to go to the gym’ and I’ll be honest, I’ve never had a great response to that lack of imagination.

Until now… Continue reading Willpower vs Imagery