The following tips are intended to help you get the most out of self-improvement products, whether they’re aimed at the Law of Attraction, how to make money, or any other area of personal development. Keep in mind that if these tips are applied to any program used, the results for the user are practically guaranteed to be better than if they ended up “quitting” the program with no success or results to show for it.
1. Determine the time
Many people simply do not give themselves enough time to use the product or service they receive. In the beginning, it is necessary to learn/review the content and evaluate the information as part of the daily routine. In order to retain the elements within the program, you must go through the main content of the program as soon as possible. Let me digress… Let’s say you’re in the middle of reading a book. If you read the first chapter a month ago, and today you decide you want to read more of the book, chances are you won’t remember anything from the first chapter. This will have one of two negative implications: (1) you will have to re-read the first chapter to understand what is in the second chapter, which would be a waste of your time; or (2) you will continue reading with the second chapter (with no possibility of even understanding it) simply because you are ignorant considering you have forgotten everything in the first chapter. Set aside a consistent and frequent time to progress through the products you’ve purchased. Developing the habit of using your product each and every one day (eg at the same time) will make it much easier to ensure that you have set aside the required amount of time to use it. The reason you bought it was to help improve your life; now you have to make sure that you give yourself enough time each day to use it so that it has the opportunity to do just that.
2. Use at least one new concept every day
Your current results in life are dictated by your subconscious mind. Your behavior, actions, and level of attraction are dictated by what’s going on in your subconscious. Of all the concepts you can learn daily from a personal development guide, the foundation of your improvement rests on applying the information you receive. If you want to change your results, you must change your paradigms, behavior and actions to achieve those changes. Someone once said, “If your current results aren’t working, there’s no harm in trying what the other person suggests.” Sometimes self-improvement programs contain a huge amount of information; don’t worry about it. Try to use a new suggestion every day and over time you will use all the suggestions that the product has offered. Achieving this end result is easier over time than all at once. Remember, success is the gradual attainment of a worthy ideal; if you start using a new concept every day, you are already becoming a more successful individual.
3. Don’t get distracted
When you use something to improve your life, give it your full, undivided attention. If you’re serious about making changes to yourself so you can live the life you’ve always dreamed of, then get serious about a program or product. If you’re reading a book, don’t do anything else online at the same time; if you’re taking an online course, don’t make a shopping list while you’re taking it. In order to get the most out of the product, you need to give it your full attention. Don’t put yourself in a situation or place where you know you will be distracted.
4. Use the product continuously over time
Paradigms control your life, and they reside in your subconscious. They first developed from all the external experiences you were exposed to as a baby. As the programming was imprinted in your mind, your beliefs were formed and your values were created. We currently live according to our paradigms, and the main goal of the self-improvement program is not to create temporary success, but to ensure eternal success. To achieve the latter, it is necessary to use such programs over time to change their paradigms to more desirable ones. If you consistently feed information from your self-improvement products into your subconscious mind, time is the only factor before a new paradigm begins to form and eventually becomes the dominant paradigm. Once that happens, you will start living your life in a whole new and better way.
5. Stay committed
Commitment is required for any improvement. The fundamental problem most people have with using these programs is that they do not use them for a period of time long enough to successfully change their mind and change their lifestyle. Maybe they use the program for two weeks, but not finding results, they give up and consider the information worthless. What they fail to realize is that other people have benefited from such programs (and that such success can be multiplied), and it takes time to make positive changes in the subconscious mind. Make sure you really stay committed to using the product over time; don’t slack off or lose focus while using it and make sure you use the product often.
6. Stick with it even after you start seeing results
Even after you start noticing results, you must continue to use the program unconditionally indefinitely. (As a rule of thumb, you should use the program and review the same information for 90 consecutive days.) Imagine a person went to the gym for 2 months and lost 20 pounds; if they want to maintain or improve their results, they need to keep going to the gym. The same goes for your success and ultimate vision. There is no moment where your results will immediately determine whether you are successful or not. Success is the continuous progression of becoming better and better every day. If you really want to improve your life, you will stick with self-improvement programs long enough until they become a part of you and become ingrained in your mind. Remember this: such programs give you the knowledge that ALLOWS you to move forward in the right direction; only action will LEAD you in that direction.
7. Make a good connection with using the product
Sometimes people struggle through self-improvement programs because they find it difficult to focus their attention on it and may consider it a waste of time. Such people, however, are not serious about making changes to improve success and happiness in their lives. If you frequently visualize your goal — something that will bring you an enormous amount of joy — and use that joy to store your willingness to become a loyal member of the program — the burden of “having to” do it will be greatly reduced. If you’re still having trouble, maybe create a reward system for yourself (eg, every time you use the program, you can eat a cookie or do some leisurely activity). As Leland Val Van De Wall said, “Just you I have to do something until I wish; then you don’t have I have to more.”