There’s a lot we can learn from a couch potato. If he would ever move away from the tee-vee, he might be able to write a book entitled, “How to Never Get Anything Done.”
Think about it.
The couch potato is always too busy watching what’s on the tube to do anything. Everything that is beckoning him gets met with “Wait a second. Hold on. I will when this is over…”
Even picking up the empty pizza boxes is too much trouble. Better to just slide them under the sofa where no one but the roaches will notice.
The couch potato is a ball of bad habits rolled into one big Jaba. He’d like to do something with his life someday,
but not until he’s finished watching everyone else play out their own.
In today’s whirld, the couch potato’s twin is the gizmo or gadget geek. Can’t let go of his gadgets, for even a second. Even needs them when he’s on the porcelain throne.
In and of themselves, the tee-vee and the gizmos are not BAD. But the person who doesn’t have beneficial habits installed turns them into a 1,000 pound ball-and-chain.
But what if there were a way to drop the ball-and-chain, to lose the negative pattern of being a couch potato. What if you could literally ZAP it and change into a powerful, get-things-done person.
Well, it’s a lot easier than you’ve ever thought. All you need to do is install one simple habit. You listen to the Theatre of the Mind CDs each day – you listen and follow a couple very simple ideas, and voila – you’re no longer watching life happen. You’re making it happen.
Last week I heard from a young man who’s gone from almost losing his job to being the top producer in his company. In three weeks.
A woman told me she cut her tee-vee habit in half and is almost inished writing her first book.
A young athlete went from being an average runner on his track team to breaking all his previous records by a long shot.
What about you?
Whether you’re wasting time on the couch or porcelain throne or stool at your local watering hole, your life can and will change if you give Theatre of the Mind a mere 15 minutes of your time, each and every day.
What do you think?
Get the program and astound yourself.
Yes, you really do have greatness inside of you.
P.S. Just did a coaching call with a man whose father told him, over 40 years ago, that he would be a failure. Despite this man’s many successes, he still felt that he could not get anything done, could not succeed. Guess what? We ZAPPED that old memory and transformed it into something awe-inspiring. Now I get to sit back and watch how much this man’s life changes for the better. But I won’t sit back and watch. I’ll hear from him when I’m busy getting things done.