Hello everyone, I am coming to you from Minnesota of all places. I have got Jonathan in the back about to take some pictures of the sunset, one of the team photographers, a mastermind behind the whole plan. Today I want to talk to you about day 23, enthusiasm. Why is enthusiasm important?
Well, a couple of things. One, if we look at the root word of enthusiasm, what it means is entheos. Now en means inner, and theos means God. So it is tapping into your inner God or letting your inner God out into the outer world. So enthusiasm can be overbearing for some people.
Jim Rohn would say it is necessary to bottle your enthusiasm. Now enthusiasm is magnetic. When you use it appropriately, you could bring people, ideas, concepts, and relationships into your life. In this vacation house, we are staying at right now. There is a lot of guys that use their enthusiasm to create the lifestyle that they want.
How is enthusiasm going to help you improve your life? Well, when people ask you how you’re doing, for me, one of the best ways to create attraction and magnetism towards what I’m doing is to meet that question. How are you doing with enthusiasm?
When people ask me how I’m doing, I say I’m doing so freakin good I can barely stand it. They are like, wow, I want what you have. Like, I know you do. Meeting those people with that enthusiasm is huge. I am doing so wonderfully well I can barely stand it. It is going to make a lot of people want to talk to you.
Enthusiasm is also what all charismatic geniuses use. They use enthusiasm to bring more people into their world. It is something that is your energy. Tony Robbins says that your emotions are caused by motion. So if you do not like the emotion that you’re experiencing, you have to change the motion of your body. Emotion is caused by motion.
If you are boring, slow, and soft-spoken, you will have very low emotion. When you bring it up high, and you say what’s up everyone, and you give big hugs and high fives, then you bring that motion.
When you bring in that motion, you will feel the emotion of enthusiasm. To meet people with your enthusiasm. I am doing so wonderfully well I can barely stand it. How are you doing? And they will say, wow, I haven’t met someone like you in a while. So enthusiasm is a major key to success.
Some people get overwhelmed by it, so you will need to dial it down sometimes. When I go to Toastmasters, it’s a public speaking group. I go Fridays at noon in my area, and some people are of the more seasoned age. If I bring that level of intensity to the room, I will alienate myself. It is too much for them to handle.
So be aware of the people that you’re with and what level of enthusiasm is required. But always, take one extra notch with enthusiasm.
It will bring more people, opportunities, and energy into what you’re trying to accomplish.
I know this guy’s enthusiastic about serving his team. This guy gets up early and stays up late. He makes sure that the people on his team get what they want. He’s enthusiastic about service and tonight about murdering mosquitoes. He is also capturing some great pictures.
So that is day 23. We are calling it a good day. A quick recap on that. Rule number one, if offered take it, rule number two, if suggested do it, and rule number three, whatever happens, declare it perfect.
That is how I ended up in Minnesota here. I am also excited to reach out to Mike Adams. I get to hang out with him later today. I don’t get to see him a lot. To stay enthusiastic, you must act enthusiastic. Remember, emotion is caused by motion. All right, beautiful. People have a wonderful night. We will sign off, remember, take back your existence or die like a punk. Peace out.
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