Tuesday, 26 February 2008

My Creed Video

I received so many emails this morning about my 'Creed' article that I've turned it into a video with music and images for my readers.

I hope it gives you some great ideas for developing your own Creed.

Truth, Joy and love


P.S - Forward this link on to anyone who you think will benefit from it. It's free and I'm hoping it'll serve to motivate and inspire many, many people.


Monday, 25 February 2008

Dax's Creed Workshop

Well, it's been a little while since I last wrote as I've been away with my family on a wonderful vacation to beautiful Bali in Indonesia as part of my latest MAGIC Hundred quest.

We had a great time and whilst we were there I managed to do a fair bit of writing (including several new chapters of the MAGIC Hundred) - yes, I know it's taking me a while but I'm working on FOUR books right now : ) -

In one of the new sections I write about something that I did ages ago and that has been really important to me over the years and yet, somehow, I managed to omit from the original version of the book.

I call it a 'creed workshop'.

The word 'creed' as you probably know, comes from the latin word 'credo' meaning 'I believe' and can best be described as a statement of faith and belief.

I was first introduced to the concept of Creed development as a young soldier when I joined the airborne forces. They had a very strong sense of identity, pride, honour and code of conduct for the standards they set for themselves and demanded that all who join 'the brotherhood' knew, understood and embraced it too.

Over the years I created a creed of my own, full of the standards I was committed to living my life to. It has helped me steer a clear and (relatively) straight path through most of my life as well as helped pull me back on track whenever I've gotten 'lost'.

I've written up my most recent amendment to my original creed below as an example, but strongly suggest that you go through your own creed workshop and commit to carrying your written copy with you and reading it as many times a day as you read your goals.

I think you'll be stunned by the clarity, focus and purpose it gives you.

Dax's Creed

I will honor my word like the fate of
humanity rested on it and vow to
be truthful to myself and others
at all times... even when it's
difficult or unprofitable to do so.

I will live my life as one as full of joy
and happiness as I'm capable of
creating and experiencing in every day,
hour and minute.

I will dedicate myself to becoming a
being of positivity,love and creation
rather thanone of negativity, fear and

I will commit to suspending disbelief,
even when I find the act of believing

I will help others by developing and
using as much personal power as
possible for myself and using it in
ways to help others find and develop
their own.

I will demand excellence from myself
in all things and at all times and forgive
myself my own fallibility when I find
performing at a less-than-excellent

I will help others to demand and
achieve excellence for themselves
too and extend them the same
compassion when they fall short.

I will not fear failure but instead commit
to advancing in the direction of my dreams
in the full knowledge that, by definition, each
failure MUST hold the equivalent seeds of
success also.

I will get up every time I fall, safe in the
knowledge that it is not falling that makes
me a failure... but staying down.

I will get everything that I De -Serve as a
result of the service I give to others. Knowing
this, I will devote each day to delivering as
much service as I can.

I will dare something worthy each day that I live
so that my life will be 'worth something' to each
person that I come into contact with.

I will remind myself as often as I can that

Truth, Joy and Love


P.S - I'd love to hear from you about the effects of your creed workshop (and even your own personal creed if you'd like to share) so pop on over to

Tuesday, 19 February 2008

Dumb Idea or Million Dollar Magnet?

Ever had one of those million-dollar ideas?

You know, the kind of lightbulb-over-the-head ideas that you just know without a shadow of a doubt will change not only your life but also the lives of everyone you share it with?

And yes, as its name suggests, will net you millions upon millions of dollars as your ‘just reward’ for being the clever-clogs who was bright enough to think of the idea in the first place.

I’m sure you have.

After all, we’ve all had these ideas haven’t we?

Maybe for you it was an idea for a book that would solve a pressing problem face by the masses.

Maybe it was a script for a play or a movie that would entertain and educate an entire generation of people on an area of life that you felt strongly about.

Maybe it was an idea for new invention or some new technological widget that would change the entire face of industry for the entire planet.

Maybe it was none of these things.

Maybe it was all three!

Regardless of the specifics though, I’m pretty certain that you, like everyone else I’ve ever spoken to, have experienced ‘million dollar idea syndrome’ at some point or another and said to yourself “Wow! This could change EVERYTHING!” right?

And then what?

I mean, what happened next?

Did you wake up one morning a year or so later in the home of your dreams with a bigger bank account and a book, film widget or invention accredited to you or did something else happen?

Did you find that shortly after thinking about your million dollar idea that you, like many others, relegated it to ‘dumb idea’ status?

Did you find that, rather than it being as simple or as straightforward as it seemed when you first thought of it, that it had now seemed far more complex and full of problematic barriers and obstacles that are, at least to you, bigger problems than you’re capable of solving?

If you answered ‘yes’ to the above questions and, as a result, chose not to pursue your million-dollar idea then you’re definitely not alone. In fact, most great ideas end up in the trash, unactioned and unused by those who originally thought of them.

Then a funny thing happens (Though not funny when it happens to you).

Some time after you’ve discarded your ‘dumb idea’, maybe a month, maybe a year or maybe even 10 years later, you see your idea brought to life by someone else.

Not just ‘like’ your idea but exactly the same in every single detail.

And not only is that person using your idea, THEY are making millions from it!

Ever had this happen?

I certainly have!

In fact, I’ve lost track of the number of million-dollar-ideas that I’ve had ‘stolen’ over the years as a result of my inaction yet, as I watched each one brought to life by someone else, I learned a little bit more about how to make sure that my ideas and the wealth they create could remain mine rather than being credited to someone else.

I’m now at the point where not only do I have million-dollar-ideas on a regular basis but that each of those ideas actually puts money into my bank account rather than someone else’s.

Want to know how you can experience this for yourself?

Ready to learn the number one ‘secret’ for generating success in pretty much ANY are of your life faster than most people would ever believe?

It can be summed up in one single, solitary sentence.


The energy is NOT in the idea; it’s in the execution.

Read that again, it’s important.

The energy is NOT in the idea; it’s in the execution.

Not what you wanted to hear was it?

You wanted a ‘secret’ or ‘magic pill’ that would miraculously bring your ideas to life didn’t you?

Well, I just gave you the ONLY true secret (though it’s not a secret at all!) to making your ideas into millions.

The energy is NOT in the idea; it’s in the execution.

Thinking of writing that book or that play or that movie won’t get it written. Only the physical act of writing your thoughts onto a sheet of paper, even if only one page a day, will bring your idea to life.

Thinking of creating your new ‘super-widget’ won’t get it built. Only the physical act of writing down your ideas, drawing your sketches and having a prototype made will bring it to life.

Thinking of new and powerful ways to end disease, bring about world peace or making people happier won’t change a single thing for anyone. Only action can accomplish any of this.

So, again we have confirmation that the energy is NOT in the idea; it’s in the execution of that idea.

It’s about taking action.

So, next time you’re tempted to dump your ‘dumb idea’ in the trash, don’t.

Instead, commit to taking one single, solitary action step toward bringing it to life.

When you’ve done that, commit to one more and then another and then another still.

When, and only when, you do this does the ‘magic’ happen and you’ll finally see your million-dollar-idea come to life.

Will it ALWAYS work to generate your million dollars?

Of course not! I’d be a liar if I said it would and besides, you wouldn’t believe me.

But I do know this; commitment to executing your ideas is the ONLY way to even come close to becoming successful and is a far surer bet than any other way you can think of!

Since learning the ‘secrets’ of idea execution, Dax Moy has gone from a £5 an hour gym instructor to the highest paid fitness professional in Europe with personal training studios, training academies and mentoring programs around the world.

In 2007 he authored the goal achievement program ‘The MAGIC Hundred’ from an idea he’d held in his head for several years and sold over $107,000 in just 7 days making it, as noted by Bob Proctor of ‘The Secret’, the fastest goal achievement program on the planet.

Pop across and visit www.themagichundred.com or www.personaltrainersuccessacademy.com to learn more about Dax’s Action-Oriented programs.