Everything is in flow. Everything is rolling like a river.
You’re focused like a laser.
Nothing and no one can distract you.
You’re doing what you do with such ease you hope it will never end.
But it does.
You go into a slump. Uggh.
Instead of the “man” with all the answers, you may feel you’ve become what my friend, Scott Hemond, calls the “Instant Idiot.”
When someone is in “Instant Idiot” mode, it’s as if he has no clue what to do, when to do it, how to do it, and so on. The person who was totally “in flow” is now clueless. And worst of all, he has absolutely NO IDEA how to get out of it.
Athletes go into slumps.
So do salespeople, marketers, writers (they call them blocks), entrepreneurs, professional speakers, and so on.
Being in a slump is something you can easily get out of if you know what you did to put yourself into FLOW.
But that’s where we separate the temporary slumpers from the Instant Idiots.
Those in a temporary “lull” can refer to a journal or to their notes, and pin point exactly what they were doing and thinking when they were at their best. They can go back into their mental movie theatre, relive their best moments and come out recharged and ready to go.
The Instant Idiot does something entirely different. He goes around and talks to anyone and everyone about his slump, and/or takes advice from people who have no idea what they’re talking about. If someone selling lemonade offers advice, he’ll take the advice and try it on.
Why does he do this? Because he cannot remember how he got into flow. There’s no journal. No notes. No written record.
He assumed he’d “just remember” what he was doing because it all seemed so easy.
When you’re under stress, or in a slump, it’s not so easy to remember what you were doing. You’re in the fog. And when you’re traveling through fog, you’re concerned about your next step. You find it impossible to reflect upon the BEST steps you ever took in your whole life.
Those who have journals or notes can quickly find what they were doing when they were at their best, and once they do, they can be back in flow fairly fast.
Now, if you never kept a journal, if you never took notes, there are two other ways out.
The first way out of the slump is via a LIVE meeting with someone like ME, who will help you find your personal map to where you were when you were at your best – and how to get yourself back there. If a LIVE meeting is something that interests you, email me for details.
The second way out of the slump is to use Theatre of the Mind in the privacy of your own home or office.
You relax your body, quiet your mind and go back into your memory banks to retrieve the mental movie of yourself at your BEST.
Once you find it, you begin to replay this movie each and every day. By doing this, you change direction without even trying to do so.
Your mind has a reticular activating device, a homing device, if you will. You are a goal seeking magnet. And once you begin to relive your best moments, your mind goes on auto-pilot, seeking out more experiences that are LIKE those you used to have.
If you focus on the old negative “slump” movies, you get more of them. If you focus on the old positive “flow” movies, you can do more than tread water. You can swim – and swim fast – with effortless ease.
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P.S. A lot of inquiries about my forthcoming seminar. Although I was going to have it in early May, I’ve decided on another date, which I’ll be making known very soon.