If you’ve been around online marketing or network marketing or MLM or Amway or even if you’ve been in a corporate sales organization, you’re familiar with “The power of positive thinking.” Some of the hallowed mottos of this cult are…
“Whether you think you can or think you can’t, you’re right.”
“I am nature’s greatest miracle. I am the world’s greatest salesman”
“Your attitude determines your altitude”.
Proponents of the school of positive thinking believe you should always be telling yourself, like the Little Engine that Could, “I think I can, I think I can.” Or even better… “I know I can, I know I can.” Just pump yourself up with enough positive self-talk and you can do anything.
Well, it turns out that there’s a better way to talk to yourself. And that’s to ask yourself questions. Don’t say, “I can do it!” Say, “Can I do it?”
Researchers Ibrahim Senay and Dolores Albrarracin of the University of Illinois, along with Kenji Noguchi of the University of Southern Mississippi, discovered that “interrogative self-talk” was far more powerful than regular old affirmative self-talk.
Because when you ask yourself, “Can I do it?” your brain starts trying to answer the question. It starts providing you with answers. When you just say, “I can do it” your brain is not activated in trying to solve a problem. It figures the problem is already solved. No help needed.
Also, when you ask yourself questions, you discover your own motivations for wanting to achieve something…not the external motivations of others. And internal motivations are far more powerful than external ones.
Those are the questions you should be asking yourself. And when you want the best answer to all those questions, CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED with the business of your choice. As someone said, “you will never know until you try, and you have nothing to loose by trying, but everything by waiting…”