Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Creating Balance, Focus, and Success in Your Personal and Professional Life

No matter how much we enjoy our jobs, we all need a break now and then. We look forward to those ten or fifteen minutes and the opportunity to step away from the tasks at hand so we can rest, rejuvenate, and fuel our minds and bodies. My experience has taught me, however, that it’s not so much how much time we have, but how we use the time we’re given.

No matter what they do or what corporate ladder level they are on, people perform at their best when they’re rested and free from stress and outside pressures. So, during your next break, I invite you to take a vacation—a vacation of the mind. In four short minutes, this Subconscious Makeover™ technique will take you to a calm place where you can reduce stress and pressure, while gaining focus, confidence, and the energy you need to perform at your very best.

You see, your subconscious mind is your greatest tool toward creating balance, focus, and fulfillment. By choosing the thoughts and experiences you feed your mind, you have the amazing ability to change the way you think and experience your life. No matter what service you are in, empowering your mind is an important element in your success. To enhance your performance and abilities, reducing stress and guiding your mind with the right suggestions is crucial to personal and professional empowerment. The best part is that anyone can do it, even if you’re stressed, busy, or overwhelmed. The benefits are immediate—in four short minutes, you’ll feel as relaxed and refreshed as if you’ve had a two-hour power nap.

Give yourself four minutes today to relax, reduce stress, and create a clear pathway for success. Find a quiet place where you can sit and relax. Close your eyes and imagine a calm, peaceful place—a park, the beach, or any place that invites relaxation. Breathe in, slowly and deeply, envisioning yourself in this place, free from stress, schedules, and worries. Exhale fully, cleansing your body of outside chatter and pressures. Continue breathing, relaxing more and more with each breath. Feel yourself fall further and further into a deep, relaxing state. Once you’re fully relaxed, feed your subconscious with new and empowering thoughts and affirmations which are aligned with your goals. I am free of stress…I am confident and committed to my career goals…I am free of distractions and have control of my thoughts. Whatever your goals are, affirm them during this state of deep relaxation.

After four minutes, slowly open your eyes, letting your breathing return to normal. You’ll feel relaxed, refreshed, and energized. Your subconscious will start to use the suggestions you placed in your mind to create the change you want. You’ll see results the first time, but as you repeat your four-minute vacation of the mind, it will become more effective and so will you.

As a motivational speaker, I customize my programs for every client and their needs. I invite you to learn more about my programs and techniques by visiting my website, where you can sign up for my free motivational email program. Stress can lead to a variety of health, performance, and emotional issues. Stress can produce headaches, illness, depression, stomach issues, and sleeping problems. It can also lessen productivity and affect your immune system. Reducing stress is not an occasional luxury afforded to a few—it’s a necessity accessible to everyone. Take action now and be accountable.

Ricky Kalmon is a Motivational Speaker, TV Personality, and Stage Hypnotist.  Kalmon has performed for some of the country’s best college and pro sports teams, such as the USC Football Team, Anaheim Angles, Arizona Diamondbacks, and the St. Louis Cardinals. Millions have watched his TV show, SNAP! on the Disney Channel, and his appearances on TV Guide Channel, Fox, FX,  and HLN – Head Line NewsSome of his corporate clients include AT&T, Philips Healthcare, Enterprise Rent A Car, La Quinta, and Boeing. Kalmon is the creator of the Subconscious Makeover™ System for personal and professional growth.  

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