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ideal lives by helping them to clearly identify the habits they wish to de- velop in all areas of their life for over two decades. LifeVision simplifies the process of habit implementation and makes replacing bad habits with good habits a manageable endeavor.


Steve Pavlina teaches, “Habits are memorized solutions.” Everything we do reading, writing, brushing your teeth, driving, and eating are all memorized solu- tions. So habits are really just how your brain approaches time management. Your mind has better things to do than solve the same problems over and over, wasting its time so it delegates problems to your subconscious mind in order to recall and apply the memorized solutions.


Unfortunately, the way our sub- conscious mind handles habits can have its drawbacks. It can memorize ineffective solutions just as well as effective ones. Some minds learn that over-eating is a good way to handle stress or that complaining is the perfect way to gain attention. Changing these memorized solutions can be broken down into a simple process with Ideal LifeVision. Many have used this same tool to eliminate the behavior that has held them back from living their best life. New habits are written in minute detail in 5 key


areas of your life. Your LifeVision is then recorded in your own voice with specific music often called ac- celerated learning music added to the background; this allows your brain or your mind to be in an Alpha or meditative state. Because of the unique recording method used with LifeVision even when daydream- ing or when you are not particularly listening to your LifeVision, your


that serve you well in positive ways. These habits are those you want to keep or strengthen. The second list is for your negative habits; those you want to eliminate that are holding you back from living your best life. The third list is for new habits that you would like to incorporate in an area of your life. Consider any new habits you would like to develop or enhance in one or more of these 5 key areas of your life.


1- Spiritual 2- Relationships 3- Health and Physical 4- Professional and Financial 5- Personal Development


Be honest with yourself when creat- ing these lists. Ask yourself a lot of questions,especially the hard ones. This will help you get at the core of what you really want to accomplish and why.


• Which habits do I hide or lie about to others or myself?


subconscious mind still hears it and responds. The gap between where you currently are and where you want to be will narrow. By listening to your LifeVision daily you are fo- cusing on what you want to achieve, you are listening to the person you are becoming, your beliefs about yourself will begin to change. These beliefs will in turn create habits and begin to give way to new beliefs, thus creating new habits.


First assess your current habits, begin by creating three lists. The first list is for your best habits; those


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• Do I have habits that are detrimen- tal to my health?


• What habits are preventing me from doing my best work?


• What habits are preventing me from reaching my business goals?


• Does this habit move me forward or backward everyday?


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