Your Jethro Motivational Crafting Diet

Your Jethro Motivational Crafting Diet

 

When I finished and published my first book on December 2017 , I wanted my readers to see how the 8 principles of distinction changed my life. But I never wrote a novel before since I write more educational and motivational contents.

I was wondering how I could narrate how I applied those principles during 10 years, in other to demonstrate how they could impact every aspect of an individual, family and community going through challenging and depressing times.

After several months of planning the various parts and chapters of the novel, I still did not have any motivation to write until one day, the unexpected fire to write caught me and I started writing, writing, writing… and writing.

95% of the writing was done on my smartphone and after 9 days, yes 9 days, the downloading stopped like a water shutdown from a pipe… After the ninth day, not a single word could come out of my mind!

That was the most fantastic writing experience I have ever had since the 21 days crafting diet.

The first key point of the above experience is about planning

According to Brian Tracy, those who plan their activities save 10 times more than those who do not. This means that the draft who took me 9 days would have taken me 90 days if I did not planned it.

The second key point is that our subconscious mind work for us

The subconscious functions as a wonderful storage of all our desires, passions and emotions. Therefore, the planning stage of a project is already the project for our subconscious.

While you think nothing is happening, the subconscious is actually building underground the material that you will need to work out your planning.

That’s why when you plan or work on something, take a time off the activity and allow your brain to process the information for you.

Give some time between the planning and the implementation stage. That time is necessary for your mind to recall all the hidden information in your memory, your past, your connections, etc…

If you want to train your mind to work for you in the planning process, you could start by using the motivational speeches bellow to plan how to apply them, and take some time off before starting the actions part.

Read, Reflect (Plan) and Act on these motivational declarations and you’ll enjoy amazing results in your life, family, career and community projects.

1.“Some people think they’ve got nothing left to learn. Those people remain stagnant. But other people know they’re never done learning. They’re the ones who get unstuck, thrive and transform continuously throughout their life.” ( Douglas Conant, Campbell Soup CEO )

2. “I believe that we all have a leadership capacity and leadership strength within each of us, and that our leadership strengths will come out at different times.”( Emma Kirkwood, Frontier Leadership Co-founder)

3. “Transparency can be a great tool, but it is not a magical cure for building or restoring trust.” ( Rachel Botsman, Author)

4.“Lets face it, we can’t control our kids forever. At the very least we empower them to make intelligent and hopefully healthy decisions.”( Jason Purkiss, Entrepreneur)

5. “There is no perfect level of attention either at work or at home. All you can do is your best, at any given moment. Let go of the rest.” ( Deborah Knobelman, PhD)

6. “Entrepreneurship is one of the most relevant way to develop a sens of responsability because you realize that  things are working or not depending on your commitment to see your vision accomplished in the life of those you are serving .” ( Hervé Ngaté, Author, Writer, Founder & CEO/ Seed4future Corporation)

If you have a successful story to share to the world, are you ready to invest at least an hour a day to plan what to write for those who will benefit from your experience?

I would be glad to hear from you.

Hervé Ngaté, Author, Writer, Founder & CEO/ Seed4future Corporation

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