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My recent success's. College student.

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Re: My recent success's. College student.

Post by yaboydooc on Fri Jun 03, 2011 7:47 pm

This is what people exactly need stories that encourage and motivate! I'm 18 as of now and I can honestly say I'm lost in the direction of my life but with such a story it has gave me hope in that anything can be achieved. I'm a student of continous learning and self improvement and I hope that I'll find myself to be successful as you are at this point in your life. I hope you keep striving for your goals and you have done a great job pouring your story and motivating me. :)

One question!

What was the most important thing you learned through this whole process?

I'm interested!
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Re: My recent success's. College student.

Post by jamilpremji27 on Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:25 pm

Thank you so much for your kind words, honestly that was really touching.
The most important thing I believe is philosophy and emotion, and by this I mean how you choose to perceive the world and the events that occur and what you feel like you want to do.

A few years ago when things weren't going the way I wanted it to go, I noticed i was living in reaction to a lot of things, for example believing I am not attractive therefor not talking to that cute girl cause this triggered anxiety, procrastinating when I had a homework assignment cause i felt bored, or just unconsciously ignoring the rules of a healthy diet because i felt insecure knowing i could do something which would change me (unconscious only because I told myself I was eating fine and didn't know what to blame my lack of muscle building too.) As you see alot of what was the cause of any issues in my life were related to emotions which were not benefiting me, they were guiding me towards the wrong direction.

Thus I learnt the importance of logic and being conscious to outweigh emotion and unconscious processes. For example, I became conscious of the feelings and thoughts of inferiority which made me shy and thus decided to analyze and work it away using logic, which is simply acting by will and not letting the emotions control me by deciding consciously how i would behave and being conscious of the emotions that may arise due to past conditioning.
So now whenever I find myself sitting and watching tv or doing anything, I ask myself "Is this conducive to my outcomes and goal." And this is what use to happen, I would feel that emotion such as comfort (which would keep me in the shower too long, on the couch, Facebook or youtube too long) and I would be conscious of that emotion and affirm that the emotion isn't apart of who I am, and then I would act in accordance to my desired outcome. After a few weeks I noticed that I felt really good eating well, working out, talking to people, public speaking, studying, I noticed my emotions due to me affirming myself conditioned to my benefit. So I do find it less appealing to flik channels on tv, or to watch video clips on youtube. And with this new conditioning of emotions and behavior came a new life, new friends, new respect for myself and also me setting standards for myself which are higher. So the hours in the gym, the researching on what is good to eat and not, and eating it, has led me to consciously see myself as more attractive, feel more attractive, have more energy, better mood, higher s** drive etc.

Anyway, the summary is that I learnt its very valuable if one can distinguish between what is important and what FEELS important. Obviously this realization came from countless self help tapes on emotion, including sedona method, reading the bible, quran, learning meditation and realizing i don't need meditation or a book to be happy, i can regulate my own happiness with a philosophy which would allow such.

I am obviously young and still very proud about the little achievement I made in the last year, and i am sure with time my opinion will change. Though this was very important. And also just incase, it was valuable to have a belief such as "I am water" about myself, the reason I called myself water is cause water can take anyshape and form, i believed i could shift into whatever the environment required and I wanted and this may have benefitted me :)
I do realize I wrote alot though i do feel very passionately about this and am very glad to have inspired you in some way :)

BTW if you werent on self made vip asking me this question i would have said "Hunger" is the most important thing I learnt. By hunger I obviously mean drive and motivation to achieve higher standards. But since you already seem to have this I thought it may help to share another gem I learnt :)
www.onesuccessdaily.com
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Re: My recent success's. College student.

Post by yaboydooc on Mon Jun 06, 2011 3:18 am

Though they say less is more, I'm glad you over-delivered the answer!

I want you to know that I'll take that advice to heart and I'll try to integrate it into my life by applying it in situations asap!

I hope you keep on experiencing successes in your life and keep finding those useful gems that you can share with the rest of us! :D
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Re: My recent success's. College student.

Post by aoe666 on Sat Nov 26, 2011 11:35 pm

wow thanks your story inspired me! so how is ur life now? and also RPM? is is it this one by tony robbins and it comes with software right? http://www.tonyrobbins.com/products/time-life-management/rapid-planning-method.php

any other programs that really helped you change? thanks
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Re: My recent success's. College student.

Post by hansbuddy on Sun Nov 27, 2011 11:36 am

thanks jamilpremji27 for your inspiring post

which tony books really helped make a difference
can u post links to the meditation programs that benfited you the most

thanks once again
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