Thinking Accurately

June 14, 2017

Everybody, welcome to day 25 of our 60 sunrises to success video training series. I am Michael Huggins, your host. Today I have a co-host, Mr. Mitch Nelson, and we just finished a beautiful day of golf.

 

Alright, so today, we are going to be talking about thinking accurately. What does that mean? Well, first of all, in thinking accurately, we need what’s called trust, but verify. You will take someone’s information to share it with you, and then you will verify it.

There are facts, and then there are accurate facts, but being important versus accurate could be a fact. It could also be a misleading piece of the fact. Thinking accurately is the key to staying focused on your vision.

Something else I want to share with you in being accurate is streaming the word. When you are creating your sentences, and trying to share different ideas, do your best to say and instead of but. For example, if you said, I want to get fish, but I don’t like eating salad. Then what that means because of your sentence structure is that you don’t like to get it. When you click the button, you mandated what you would just set.

Instead, think about how accurate it would be to say I want to get fit, and eating salad is hard. That’s much more accurate. Or if you said, I want to build a business, but I’m afraid to talk to people. Again, you’re saying you don’t want to create a business. I want to build a business. I’m afraid to talk to people and be accurate.

The other thing that Mitch is good at doing and holding me accountable to is speaking preferences. Instead of saying things well, I don’t want you to do this, which just that looseness in your language leaves so much open for interpretation, speaking preferences. I prefer that you do this. You will get a lot more accuracy in your language and a lot more effect from people.

Hill also wrote about it in Think and, Grow Rich and in his Laws of Success. Accurate thinking also has to do with the questions you ask yourself. If you always ask yourself, why am I poor? Or why am I broke? Or why can’t I figure it out? Those kinds of questions are going to lead you down a path that’s not going to serve you.

In being accurate and saying how can I figure this out? How can I have fun and make money at the same time? How can I make a tax write-off at a golf trip to Minnesota? Make the question more accurate so that you get the outcome that you are looking for.

Okay, accurate thinking. That is today’s lesson. Practice accurate thinking throughout the week this month. Replace that but with an and, it’ll force you to be more accurate to see what I’m talking about. Have fun, throw it in the comments.

Feel free to share it with people and share with me. I want to hear what your comments are. What changed when you said, but verses and. I’m going to stare off into this beautiful lake. It is going to be very romantic. Peace Out.

 

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