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Model Successful People's Physiology of Excellence


Well, what do we model about a person specifically? Remember that one of the key things that drive a person's behaviour is the states that they experience.

People are successful primarily because they are in resourceful states. People perform the way they do because of the states they experience.

For example, if you wanted to model a powerful public speaker, it would be best to model that person's state. So you too will feel the same level of confidence and power and are able to express yourself in an equally dynamic way.


The Incredible Power of Beliefs


Why are some people able to achieve so much more out of their lives than others? Why are some people able to produce outstanding, extraordinary results, exceeding what is commonly expected?

Is it because they have a lot more talent or capability? Do they have superior resources that other people lack?

Did the Wright brothers, inventors of the airplane, possess more aerodynamic and engineering expertise than the sum of all the engineers and inventors of their time?

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