When a person enters the 30 day challenge there are many different motives. The success of the process depends on these motives. Some people just want pain relief. Their partner has left, their business is shrunk or their health, mental or physical is in a scramble. Then, if in the first week of the 30 Day Challenge their problem is arrested and pain is reduced, their motivation is gone and they just can’t manage to keep up with the homework.
There are others who want more than pain relief and there are various levels for these people too. Ultimately the greatest motivation comes when there is no pain but there is a restlessness, a desire to contribute something, a sense of call for a bigger motivation to live and work than just self-satisfaction.
This pain free motivation has no boundary. It’s a search for meaning greater than a relationship, business or even personal satisfaction. There are millions of words that attempt to describe it, I don’t have any except to say, it’s what nature intended.
This is not to say that pain relief is an inappropriate motive, it’s just so easy to fix at the experience end, that if pain relief is the only motivation, then, once the pain is gone then there is no incentive to dig down and find the cause (prevent it happening next time).
The process of the 30 Day Challenge creates a permanent evolving sequence that, if addressed on a daily basis (the Power Hour) guarantees that people evolve rather than seek pain relief.
Discard: You are taught how to deal with emotions, past judgements and negativity – 8 column process
Cellular: You learn how to evolve your immune system and keep your health challenged enough to maintain a great standard of presence
Appearance: You are taught the value of appearance, to continually improve your environment both internally (your thoughts and diet) and your external (your clothing, grooming and space)
Mentality: You learn that the more you know, the more you know you don’t know and that sometimes our knowledge lags behind our aspiration. Mentality is the capacity to turn chaos to order in any field of life.
Monetary: You learn that money is a key ingredient of vision quest. If you do your vision quest well, you find the BE, DO, HAVE sequence means that every aspirational vision must have a financial component. Hence, money and vision and inspiration and purpose are inseparable. Money must circulate to grow.
Psychic: You learn that your self belief limits your wealth, health, relationship, success, happiness and more. We develop repetitive thoughts that we need to break out of in order to step up to a bigger life. These are, in the language of NLP, new anchors. They are affirmations of the greatest importance but words aren’t enough, beliefs must come with them.
Spirit: Spirit is TURNING UP. When a person has all their ducks in a row, they turn up for others, their actions become inspired and their choices unselfish. A person who is doing what they do just to improve their own benefit cannot find inspiration, purpose nor vision, emotion will fill their heart and cloud their future.
The Innerwealth Power Hour is composed of these steps in any sequence:
1. Evolve Health
Warm up 3 mins, then physical burst training. 30 seconds on at max 100%, then rest for a minute or until heart rate comes down then go again. Then 30 seconds back on, then rest. Best done with a Garmin heart rate monitor to measure your results and see improvements each time. Leg exercises are great, squat jumps, bike trainer, skipping or mix it up with a circuit pushups, step jumps etc. One guy trained to be expedition fit using just this technique alone. Garmin HR monitor
2. Evolve: Discard Junk
Take something that you don’t like about yourself or others and find the positive. what’s the benefit to me? What’s the benefit to others?
What’s the Garmin? The big smile on your face when you see the balance
3. Mental – Evolve your mind
Invent a chaos in your business area of mastery and, by looking out on nature, ask how would nature deal with it. Apply nature to your area of mastery and move more chaos to order. Ie do what if’s and see what nature would do to cause and solve the cause.
What’s the Garmin? Real feeling of mental calm – quiet confidence
Find the best features of your fantasy man or woman and look for those features in your partner. Where does he/she have that because nothing is missing it just changes in form. In what areas does he/she have it? Relationships are a competition between our partner and outside influences. Make sure your partner is always winning in all areas. Then ask, would this amazing person be satisfied with the way I look, my inner world and my outer environment. Step up to the new standard daily because somebody else is always trying to replace you.
What’s the Garmin? The smile on your partners face and time in minutes you spend making love each day. Longer is better and making love is not just jumping up and down on each other, it starts with a kiss at breakfast includes a text in the day, and continues with you turning off your phone at night.
Start the day thinking of those people in the world that are less fortunate than yourself. Send them some love, some good vibrations, a prayer or meditate for them. Start your day with humility and realise how lucky you really are.
What’s the Garmin? – you turn up. No problem during the day sucks you in. If it does, take a mini break and think of those on the streets of 3rd world countries with nothing. Begging kids on the streets of Kathmandu or Delhi with no legs.and realise what a lucky bastard I am.
Get an over view of your finances, so you know where you are at each day. So you don’t spend the day worrying about how much is owing or outstanding, or can I afford this or that.
Spend 7-10 minutes, look at what I have, what I owe, what money is outstanding and what quotes/ jobs have I got coming up or booked ahead.
What’s the Garmin? – certainty of a positive future
Draw a picture of your business and life vision for this area from the be do have in spiritual section above, it would give me some clarity to where I am headed in this area. A quick pencil drawing on paper then ask, “Am I worth it, Do I really believe the work that I do is worth getting paid that much money for? If not, infatuate your work more. If so, write it down. I am worth $…. a day.
What’s the Garmin? A sense of real worthiness – no matter what I’ve done or not done I am worthy of love.
Be, do and have for each area of life. Create 7 new motivating visions each day.
Extend the gap between where you are currently to where you would love to be. What would you ole to have…
What’s the Garmin? – inner smile or grin on your face when you think about it.
So, you finish your Innerwealth Power Hour with a Cheeky Grin. It’s not a laugh, or a frown it’s an inner smile.
You also don’t need to be sitting down doing all this, you can be stretching, doing sit ups, walking in the garden. But be disciplined, it’s so easy for your mind to wander and become self satisfied. Just because there is no pain doesn’t mean there is no pain coming. A person who doesn’t challenge themselves in a Power Hour will get their challenge somewhere else. At least this way it doesn’t build up and result in big pain that costs you money, time, life and energy.
- 10 Keys to Your Innerwealth Hour Of Power – Evolving Yourself Daily (innerwealth.me)
- Your Purpose for the Innerwealth Power Hour (innerwealth.me)
- Why Your Consciousness Is the Key to Your Business and Relationship Success (innerwealth.me)
- Innerwealth Power Hour – Prevention is Better than Cure (innerwealth.me)
- 10 Reasons You Are Still Single (innerwealthblog.com)