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  • Certified by the American Union of NLP
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American Union of NLP - Certified NLP Practitioner Mitja Dolinšek

American Union of NLP - Certified NLP Master Practitioner Mitja Dolinšek

American Union of NLP - Certified NLP Trainer Mitja Dolinšek


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    If there is one skill that will allow you to make a fortune and affect other people it’s the ability to persuade. If there is one thing that causes the most self-sabotage and pain it’s beliefs.

    Beliefs about yourself, wealth & success, the way you manage fear… More specifically the most important part is the ability to be certain that you will achieve success before you even take action.

    You may have the best resources, training, and the opportunity, but you don’t take action because you believe you won’t succeed. That is going to cause you to settle for less than you would be able to achieve.
    Beliefs about what we are capable of define our actions more than anything else.

    Your brain starts to project forward about what it thinks it is going to happen – future pacing your actions. It decides whether or not there is a good likelihood of success. If it decides there’s not you will lack the motivation to do it – it’s not worth the effort and too much risk. This is why we don’t try things that we think we aren’t going to succeed at.

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    Empowering beliefs will make you take action – most of us are capable of achieving much more than we are even able to imagine. If you had a core conviction that you could close anyone who is closable and handle any objection that was thrown at you, you could make money even in the environment where there aren’t obvious opportunities.

    “If you flush Jordan down the toilet, he will come back with a plumber’s license.” That’s the power of self-belief.
    Another thing to keep in mind is the fact that your prospects have to empower and disempowering beliefs as well.

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    A belief represents what you think and feel about the world and how you actually view yourself as you move through the world and at the end it’s all about certainty – the level of confidence that something is definitely true.

    The more certain you are about something, the stronger your belief is, and the less certain you are, the weaker the belief.
    Who we are as people and how we operate in the world are dictated by the sum of all our beliefs.

    Empowering beliefs leads us to success, disempowering (limiting) beliefs lead us to misery, poverty and absolute failure. The bad news is that we are always being held down by our lowest level limiting belief. It prevents us from taking advantage of all other great beliefs.

    A limiting belief stops you from charging forward and causes you to pull back when you shouldn’t. And we all have them – if you think you don’t have them, you just found your first one!

    They were inserted in us by our parents during our childhood, then reinforced by our teachers, friends, the media, and enemies. Although our parents usually had their best interests in mind, they made some huge mistakes along the way – money being the root of all evil, sales being manipulated, us not being able to achieve anything great…

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    As said previously, a belief is a concept or an idea that we feel very certain about. If there are countless references to a belief being true, it actually becomes a conviction. Jordan is so certain that he is great at selling that there is nothing you could say that could change his conviction, but he has beliefs that he is not as certain at – being good at basketball… if an NBA star would come visit him, there are things that he could have said to him that would change his belief.

    What makes any belief powerful are the references – experienced that we had that support it being true. The more positive the references are, the more certain we are that the belief is absolutely correct and the less likely it is that someone could convince us otherwise.

    As strong as a belief can be, it’s still not a fact and it never will be – it’s just disguised as a fact.
    It’s just like a table that has legs – legs in this example are the references that support the belief being true.

    If you are not good at selling you might say “I’m not born to be a salesman, I’m not that charismatic and people don’t respond that well to me.” Now the question to this is “Why do you think that way about yourself?

    It’s probably because in the past some people didn’t buy from you or walked away from you, or someone said that you should quit the sales business because you have no charisma.
    Those are just experiences that you had in the past that caused you pain and you might keep thinking about them and dwell on them and eventually the reinforced themselves and caused you not taking action and not putting you in new situations where you could have improved yourself.

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    It’s a self-fulfilling prophecy.

    If you want to change that belief, the first thing that you need to ask yourself is:

    “Does that belief actually serve me? Is it making my life better or worse?” And the answer to that is obviously NO, which makes it a limiting belief!

    Charisma and sales skills are completely learnable, however if you’re stuck with a belief that says that you are incapable of acquiring those skills and it’s not for you, you will act accordingly to that belief and refuse to put yourself in the situations where you might have to speak in public or sell anything.

    If you would say “I have charisma” 10 times or if someone else would say that you have it that still wouldn’t work! You can’t think away the limiting belief.

    Example: Jordan’s limiting belief was that his past will always haunt him – he saw the magazines talking about him. To break that belief, you have to smash away the legs of the table.

    Jordan would remember the positive articles about him, while understanding that the negative ones were written by people who had a negative agenda or were trying to sell more newspapers.

    You have to go to the past and re-examine those experiences. Then apply a new meaning to them by changing the language of your own thoughts. Place an empowering meaning to the memories.

    We very often place the incorrect meaning to the events because we were in a disempowered emotional state at the time – perhaps a girl rejected us, someone with authority said something bad, a business failed.

    In most cases there is just one or a few “failures” and we already think that we don’t have what it takes. Usually it’s just the fact that we don’t have the right skills, and all skills are learnable!

    The words that we used were incorrect – so was the meaning and they end up holding them back. The Good News is that we can go back and re-experience these events, then change the language by looking at things from a different angle.

    “When you change the way you look at things; the things you look at change.”

    Maybe these people had their own agenda, or they were fighting their own demons in their mind, and it made their message impure.

    The unconscious mind is so powerful that to change a belief, all you have to do is to go back to the root experience and change it’s meaning with an empowering point if view.

    The other experiences will rearrange themselves almost automatically.

    We usually draw meaning to things at the worst possible moments in our lives and they end up sticking and form a cycle of limiting beliefs. Then our mind scans for every possible proof that the belief is true while eliminating everything that it perceives not to be true. The important word here is “perceives.”

    Beliefs scour for evidence to support itself. If it doesn’t find anything, it makes stuff up. Beliefs will skew, distort and even change your visual acuity to feed itself.

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    We are going to bring the limiting beliefs that have been disguising below the surface as the facts of life and expose them for what they are – just beliefs.

    We are going to start with an area that affects every sales person – money.

    Limiting belief: “Making $10,000 per month is hard to do.” (it actually the same as making little money)

    Then also write a second limiting belief about yourself and money: “I can’t consistently make 5 figures per month.”

    What are the negative consequences you have with these beliefs? Every belief has consequences.
    If you believe that you are not good with money, it’s highly unlikely that you will have a lot of it.

    “Not taking any action, procrastinating and distracting yourself with other things that aren’t related with money…”

    There was a study in the linguistic department where they did something called functional magnetic resonance imaging – they basically watched which parts of the brain will be activated while functioning.

    They found that when you activate the memory of a belief, you change the belief more effectively.
    It starts by having a desire to change the belief – that’s why you have to write down the negative consequences, install seeds of doubt that the belief wasn’t actually true.

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    Ask yourself: “How is this belief not true?”

    If your limiting belief was that the money is the root of all evil think about Bill Gates helping all the people and building schools… identify 3-4 reasons where that belief isn’t true.

    “Who would I be without this limiting belief? How would my life be better?”

    Write down all the positive feelings if you didn’t have those limiting beliefs.

    Now contrast these two lists – the consequences of your old limiting beliefs VS. your life without this limiting belief.

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    Now we have to associate emotional pain on a deep level. Feel some pain that is associated to this old belief. FULLY understand how important it is to get rid of this belief and how much it has been costing you throughout most of your life.

    Get somewhere private to do that so you can act and re-act in whatever way you need.

    Go back to an experience in your life when you felt awful – dig into the pain and the belief that you created as a result of it. How much did that belief cost you? How many times couldn’t you go on a vacation or buy your kids toys because you didn’t have money? You couldn’t give money to charity or to a homeless person, you didn’t even have it for yourself – how awful did it feel and how much did it hurt not being able to do whatever you wanted in life. How many times did limiting beliefs set an example for the people that you love most or caused pain to them? Amplify the pain and the embarrassement of being poor, being broke. Poverty sucks! There is no nobility in poverty. How many times have you seen your parents fight about money, struggling to pay the bills? How many times were they away from you because they had to work? How many times have you been scared because of money? Let that pain wash over you – you can’t empower and help anybody if you are broke. Money is a wonderful tool, if you don’t have it you will hurt people and hurt yourself.

    Remember: You have to be the guard of your own mind, if there is something you are not following through in your life, you probably have a belief that is stopping you – something is getting in the day and stopping you from succeeding. Replace those beliefs or they will grow like a cancer and ultimately stop you from doing the things that you need to do in order to succeed at a level that you truly deserve.

    The beliefs that we have about what we are capable of, end up defining our actions. The things that you are saying out loud and feel in your heart have massive impact on what you do and don’t do in your life. They are all based on your beliefs. These beliefs are affecting you and no longer serving you.

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    Your standards are where you end up in life. The problem is if you set a goal and you can’t reach it no matter what you do so you start to lower your standards and that negative feedback loop gets worse and worse. The next thing you know you are living in poverty in a disempowered state and not getting the things that you want in life.

    Standards are crucial – they are your musts in life! We have to identify them and make sure they suit your vision! If they don’t, we have to raise them!

    A lot of people actually have very high standards, but they have low skills so they can’t make them happen in reality, the other side are people with very low standards that have high skills.

    In both of those cases pretty soon the standards are going to be low and stay low. Setbacks will also happen throughout your life and there will be a massive downward spiral.

    We are going to TURN our SHOULDS into MUSTS! We always get our musts, but we rarely get our shoulds.

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    You have to be the best that you can possibly be, good standards aren’t enough for that, you will need exceptional standards!

    The danger with excellent standards is that in this world sometimes you don’t get excellent results in return. Those people then start saying “what am I doing? I’m working harder than anyone else, doing everything to the highest level and I’m not getting the reward.” Eventually the pain conveniences us to lower our standards from excellent to good.

    We are going to go just a few millimeters above excellent to the extraordinary standards where you get everything that you want! Not just money, but the passion, respect and impact!

    Commit to a new standard in every aspect of your life. The secret to doing that is to associate low standard with ultimate pain (different for everyone) and a high standard with ultimate pleasure.

    For Jordan ultimate pain is being broken, insignificant, no having any impact, no respect… He will do anything to avoid that!

    Ultimate pleasure is to take care of everyone around him, being wealthy, sharing his message across, and be healthy.

    State management will dictate your moment to moment success in life – how you can perform in the moment. You can be the best at what you do in the world, but if you are in a disempowered state, you will not perform well.

    State management is your moment to moment indicator, while standards are your long-term indicator about where you are going to end up in life.

    What represents ultimate pain and pleasure for you? Write down your specific new standard and no longer settle for less than that! Imagine how much pain there is when you think about your old standard, no getting what you want in life, being disappointed.

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    There are only two types of people – reasons people (find reasons why they can’t achieve something) and then there are results people who can make it no matter what.
    Ducks are reason people living life at a low level always talking to other ducks, and then there are eagles that find a way.

    The hardest thing to do is to turn a duck into an eagle – but ducks never sign up for improvements, it goes against their reasons. They need to justify and complain instead.
    If you ever see yourself in that duck mentality, change right away – despise them! You can’t influence if you are a duck.

    Having those extraordinary standards is the greatest gift that any person got ever receive, and they can only receive it from themselves. People admire people who act and have those standards!

    No matter how old you are, every day that you have on this Earth is a gift, use it fully in the best possible way! Take action and pursue your passion!

    If you are acting out of fear and have low standards you might as well be dead – you are not contributing anything to the community, you are not a good role model for your family… RAISE YOUR STANDARDS! YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF AND TO YOUR CHILDREN!


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    State management is about managing your physiological emotional state in the moment no matter what is going on around you so you can then access all the wonderful skills you have, all the training you have so you can get the job done on the highest level.

    There are certain states that lead to absolute success and others that lead to failure.

    Positive States:

    • Certainty
    • Clarity
    • Confidence
    • Courage

    Negative States:

    • Uncertainty
    • Fear
    • Greed
    • Overwhelmed

    This goes out to every aspect of your life – you can be the best parent in the world, but if you are currently feeling impatience and being overwhelmed, you won’t be a great parent that moment. The state will either give you access to your resources or prevent you from accessing it.

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    There are 3 elements to effectively manage your state. The first one is the ability to purposefully decide what you are going to focus on, and what you are going to ignore.

    If you are focusing on your problems, you are going to crash into them. You actually attract the things that you focus on. If you are focusing on all the bad things in your life you are essentially becoming a giant crap magnet – you actually attract it into your life.

    If you decide to focus on your problems, you will feel disempowered and uncertain about yourself and ultimately attract more negativity, it’s the universal law. However, if you focus on the positive things in life, you will attract more positivity and feel certain, confident about yourself.

    The second element is knowing how to use your body – physiology. There are certain ways we can hold our bodies that instantly put us into an empowered state, while other ways of holding ourselves put us into a disempowered state.

    If you for example look up into the ceiling and smile, you are going to find it hard to be sad or think about negative things. That happens because your physiology and your focus are intertwined with one another – they don’t fit.

    Everyone who is depressed and unhappy has a closed body language, slumped shoulders and looking down, you can’t possibly have a great body language and feel bad about yourself – nationality doesn’t matter here, every single person is built the same way, it’s not a cultural thing.

    When your physiology matches the focus that you have, you tend to create that emotion very easily! Become conscious of how your body is moving, how you are breathing and don’t change it when entering a nervous situation.

    The third element of state management is actually the result of the first two – it’s the emotion that you feel created from your focus and body language.

    1. Certainty
    2. Clarity
    3. Confidence
    4. Courage

    When you learn how to trigger these 4 states at will, you will always have your best resources available to you when they matter most. If you spend most of your time in the opposite states – uncertainty, overwhelm, self-doubt and fear you won’t be able to do anything.

    The state allows you to access the resources that you have at the moment so that you can be the best that you can possibly be. Disempowering states prevent you from accessing these resources.

    On the highest level, sales are the transference of the emotion, and that emotion is certainly from the sales person that is certain that people will benefit from what he is selling to the prospect who needs the product but isn’t that certain.

    Certainty must exceed the resistance of buying. If every cell of your body is certain, you will have no problem transferring that emotion to somebody else.

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    These 5 modalities are the building blocks of how we are going to manage our state. We have 5 senses:

    • Visual
    • Auditory
    • Kinesthetic
    • Gustatory
    • Olfactory

    We have our visual sense in terms of seeing the outside world, but we can also imagine anything in our minds, we can listen with our ears, or listen to our inner dialog speaking to us (or remembering a memory.) We can touch things around us, or we can get a gut feeling about something.

    Smell is actually the most powerful of all our senses. A smell can bring us old memories from our childhood back instantly – how our grandmother’s cookies smelled like as an example.

    Everyone has their own dominant modality (some people have two.)
    In a lot of cases, we actually think in our dominant modality – for example, a visual person will use phrases like “I see what you’re saying” or “I’ll see what I can do.” Auditory people will say “I hear what you’re saying” or “that sounds interesting.” We basically describe the world around us based on what our primary modality is.

    Visual people are usually also quick talkers because they have all these pictures flying through their mind and they almost can’t keep up with their own thoughts.
    Your goal should be to get good at least at visual and auditory.

    This is important because we have to know what our prospect is like – if we are visually oriented and our prospect is kinesthetic, we should slow ourselves down and start talking more like them “I feel like that as well…” Think about what their dominant modality is and match it as best as you can.

    NLP and Anchoring

    Neuro-linguistic programming specifically deals with how people make the change in their lives and to actually make sure that these changes last. This becomes very helpful with our goal to manage our state.

    NLP can be extremely helpful with the right people and can be integrated into your life. Jordan had the good fortune of spending a lot of time with “the father” of Neuro-linguistic programming Richard Bandler.

    In many ways, NLP is stating the obvious about the world around us (the way it operates), how we function, but there are two parts when it comes to Neuro-linguistic programming that Jordan found to be unbelievably effective to make changes for most people.

    The first one is the process of anchoring when it comes to state management. The second process is about changing your core beliefs that have been holding you back and then replace them with empowering beliefs of your own choice.

    So how do you train your body to go into the states that you want more often? You learn it through a process called anchoring. It’s about locking/anchoring in the state that serves you, and then be able to trigger it at will.

    Anchor is a learned association between a specific state and a specific trigger. It’s basically the same thing that Pavlov did to his dogs with food and bells. By simontatiusly bringing meat and ringing the bells countless times, dogs were expecting food every time they heard the bell. The bell in this case is the anchor. And ringing the bell is called firing off the anchor.

    The beauty of this is that we can trigger any state regardless of how we are feeling at that moment. We can anchor clarity, certainty… even when we are not feeling these states.

    The best feature is that unlike drugs which you need more of every time to get the same effect, it’s the exact opposite with anchoring. The more you fire off your anchors, the easier and more powerful it gets when you fire them next time.

    The way that Jordan does is to go back 5-10 years when you felt the most certain and imagine exactly what it was like and how you felt in that moment, then have your own language and body language pattern (a movement and your own words) to trigger it. Make sure that you also have an item that has a specific smell on you (smell is very powerful) to trigger all of your senses.

    You can change your memories as well, add to them or remove certain parts of them.

    You can’t control most of the things in this world, but what you can control is your state before you pick up that phone or have an important encounter. Don’t live it up to chance – get into a peak state every single time.

    Anchoring Exercise

    If you want to set yourself an anchor, you have to fully do it – don’t worry about acting foolish, express emotions fully and act like a kid if you have to. Kids are the best learners because they just dive into it.

    We were all born great, but after it we have been conditioned with bad things.

    Go back to that moment in life and use all of your senses to fully experience it – see what you’ve seen, heard, smelled and felt.

    Then make a move that you do when you are certain – it might be a clap with your hands, punch yourself in the chest… pick something by yourself. This is the best gift you can give yourself – get yourself in the peak state so you can access all the wonderful resources, to be the best you can be, to eliminate negative beliefs, raise your standards and ensure your success.

    Jordan would rather look stupid while getting himself in the state and yelling, then to “look cool” and stay broke & desperate.

    Introduction and Your Reason Why

    This ensures massive success in all aspects in life – if you can’t figure this part out, it’s almost impossible to truly get yourself on the desired level.
    Most people actually focus themselves on where they don’t want to go as a result of fearing something. It gets them in the opposite direction – it’s in the human nature that we always end up to where we are focused on, and if we focus on the negative and on where we don’t want to go, that’s where we are going to end up.

    We have to give ourselves a precise target to aim for and then be disciplined to keep aiming at it. Your vision has to inspire every single day – touch it, smell it, visualize it so that you are enthusiastic when you jump out of bed and then do what you have to do in order to get it (big picture.)

    Every human being is thirsty for vision and very few people have one. The ones that don’t have it will gravitate towards someone that has it and jump on board.

    The leaders, the chiefs, the presidents and entrepreneurs of this world have the vision, but you also have to have your why. It might be for the community, your family… human beings will always do more for someone they love – they will go the extra mile. The vision is not just about you, but also about the people around you.

    If you truly have a powerful why you would be inspired and motivation wouldn’t be a problem.

    Money isn’t your vision, it’s just a result and a tool that solves problems. It’s not money itself, it’s buying a house to protect your children and retire to have more time for your family, but not just money!

    How To Set A Vision

    You have to think big. No matter who you are, you are capable of achieving greatness, so forget about all the limitations when you are thinking about your vision.

    There is a lot of awful work standing between where you are right now and where your vision is, so if the vision is not worth all of your hard work and is not compelling and personalized for yourself, you won’t want to do it every day. If the payoff is not that great, the brain won’t want to do it.

    There is no straight line to success, challenges and obstacles will always come, but if you think it’s worth to overcome them, you will do whatever it takes to get to your vision. That’s the #1 thing that it takes to write that kind of vision – dropping the negative voices and creating a compelling vision about what you really want that is worth all of the troubles that are going to come along the way.

    It has to be in the present tense and written with absolute certainty – “I am doing this” not “I will be doing this” or “I think I will…” Your brain is starting to project it as being real – do a 3-5-year picture of how your life is going to change in that time. It still has to be a reality, so keep it grounded, or it will be too much for your brain to grasp and you won’t really believe it. Don’t be delusional, but be on a high level.

    James Cameron who created Avatar and Titanic said that he thinks really big so that even if he’s half right, he is still doing amazingly well.

    Your vision is also constantly changing and evolving based on your values and wants. Train yourself to not fall victim to all the daily noise and focus on the daily grind.

    Focus on solution, not on the problem. It doesn’t take a lot of brain power to write down your vision, it’s more about the commitment.

    If for some reason you are stuck with writing your own vision at the moment, start with your why’s. Why is success important to you? Why does it matter? Who is important in my life?

    We all have different beliefs and values and based on those we develop what ultimate pleasure means to us.

    Sharing Your Vision

    One aspect of sharing your vision is if you would tell all the people that you are going to do something, so in order not to look stupid, you just have to do it.

    But an even more aspect of this is to learn how to share your vision to people so that it inspires them into joining it. One little person can’t achieve a massive vision, but if great people work for you because they like your vision (instead of working for someone else who doesn’t have it) you will get there.

    That part is equally important and the same principles apply with selling – 3 tens of Straight Line Persuasion System and 4 C’s.

    Vision VS Goals

    A vision is far more important then goals.

    1. Goals are temporary, they are not forever. They come and go and are stopping points along the way. You set one, achieve it (or don’t) and then go to the next one. Don’t get attached to them. Vision stays with you year after year. It’s a guiding light for everything that you do.
    2. Goals don’t inspire other people – and you will need them to buy into your vision with their time, money, equity… A one person army isn’t as powerful.
    3. Goals are not destinations, they are stepping stones to achieve certain objectives, while vision will help you to achieve your

    It’s not that important if you fail to achieve your goal, you shouldn’t be invested in those.
    Goal oriented people are still successful, but that’s not the highest level. They are mostly miserable all the time, because once they achieve their goal they are constantly looking for the next one and never find happiness in it.

    It’s important to put a date on your goals and figure out who you need to align yourself with and which skills you have to learn, but you shouldn’t be emotionally invested in them. You should be emotionally invested in your vision.

    Be laser guided on your vision, but with your peripheral vision see your goals along the way. Vision will evolve as your desires will change.

    Typically the problem with most people’s goals isn’t that they set them to high and fail to hit them, it’s that they set them too low and hit them. The enemy of great is good.

    If the vision isn’t that inspiring they will never do it – and they do that because they are thinking about all the limiting beliefs from the past and not really realizing that they have been handed a gift that can get them to the top.

    Specific Steps to Setting Goals

    Goal setting is a mathematical equation:

    1. Set a Goal
    2. Put a date on them (daily, weekly, monthly…)
    3. Identify the people, groups and organizations that you need to align yourself with to achieve it (you will never hit significant goals in a vacuum without other people)
    4. Learn what you need to know – skills (educate yourself or hire people)
    5. Develop the best plan best on the information that you currently have (there are no perfect plans, and don’t be one of those people that is always in the planning state) The plan will probably change 5 times before you are done
    6. Take massive action towards that goal!
    7. Have visual acuity to see what’s working and what’s not working (analyze)
    8. Change your approach one step at the time (don’t change 10 things at once – change one thing and see if it’s working, then try another thing) Obviously don’t be a moron who doesn’t see that his goal is terrible, so if you are unable to hit it, double check your goals and try to change them.

    This is the danger when you are emotionally invested in your goals – when you fail to achieve them, you become irrational and chase it all the time. Be rational towards your goals.

    The problem when people don’t follow through their goals is that they don’t do them this way. Another reason is that their goal doesn’t have the correct meaning, because there is no vision to back it up. Remember that the goal is just a directional guideline to achieve your vision.


    These people are always out there – remove them from your life. Do that as quickly as possible, but the problem is when they are our parents or a part of our family.

    Surround yourself strictly with people who believe and empower you and have the same or similar standards as you. If you can’t remove them, then say to them “I’m working on something very important, so do me a favor and for the next 90 days, everytime you are about to say something negative to me, don’t! Write it down and save it, then on the 91st day, you can destroy me. Just give me 90 days.

    Right now Jordan Belfort can be around every one of those people and nobody will be able to shake his convictions and his vision because he has so many experiences and he’s very certain, but in the beginning, when you are not that certain they can shake you.

    Remove them and if you can’t, silence them for 90 days and in that time achieve some sort of success that will silence them forever or prevent them from affecting you in a negative way.


    1. Have a Crystal Clear Vision of Your Future (become an attractor of talent, a leader.)
    2. Ability to share and sell your vision to inspire them.

    Strategies to make your vision real – if you fail this, you will become delusional.


    American Union of NLP - Certified NLP Advanced Hypnotist Coach Mitja Dolinšek

    American Union of NLP - Certified NLP Life Coach Mitja Dolinšek

    American Union of NLP - Certified NLP Master Life Coach Mitja Dolinšek