The Proper Role Of “Feeling-Based Visualization” For Living The Life You Are Meant To Live

Today I want to share with you a great extract from The Power Of Practice program audio.

Click the play button to hear for yourself.

In this extract Kevin explains the proper role of “feeling-based visualization” for manifesting your heart’s desires. He also explain where your focus needs to be in order to be truly happy AND effective in living the life you are meant to live.

Before we get to that, I need to let you know I’ve decided to put the deadline for the “crazy discounted bonus package” BACK from this Friday to Tuesday 27th at 3pm Eastern. On a personal level, this last few days a few things have served to remind me of these lessons.

As orders continue to pour in for the Power Of Practice program, I have to admit I’ve been feeling pretty “fried”. I’ve literally put my all into this launch to make this a positive experience for everyone. I’m ready for a break ;0)

Today is thanksgiving – A day where we celebrate what we already have. We have an incredible program and an incredible bonus package here. So I decided to let people relax a little and give folks till next Tuesday to review it without feeling too frenzied.

Our national soccer team – that’s England in case any of you thought I was Australian – were unceremoniously knocked out of the European qualifiers last night. As we a nation, we take our football very seriously. The head coach Steve McClaren and his assistant were just sacked this morning.

As a Nation we’re obsessed with results. Of course results are important, we should focus on the results we want but not at the expense of our health and our enjoyment of the process… what Kevin calls The Power Of Practice.

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3 Responses to “The Proper Role Of “Feeling-Based Visualization” For Living The Life You Are Meant To Live”

  1. Steven Says:

    Thanks I needed that.

  2. amanda Says:

    Hi Matt,
    Thanks for that.

    As a fellow Brit, I can sympathise about the football. My husband was very depressed last night.

    It is interesting how we obsess so much about results that we completely forget to relax and enjoy the journey along the way.

    Have a great break and recharge your batteries.

    I love your work and I think you are doing an amazing job.
    With abundant blessings.
    Amanda Goldston

  3. Jeanne May Says:

    Thanks for the preview! It was really uplifting… and great timing!

    I wish you every success with your project… you guys are definitely walking your talk!

    Best wishes

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