Wednesday, 20 May 2009

Do THIS To Bring Your Goals To Life Faster!

"It takes as much energy to wish as it does to plan."

- Eleanor Roosevelt, first lady

How much time do you spend wishing that things in your life were different?

That you could do more?

That you could have more?

That you could be more?

It's so easy to think that these things are outside of our grasp and that success will always elude us, but history tells a very different story.

It tells us that people who have taken their dreams and put them on paper in the form of a plan have increased their likelihood of attaining them by anything from 500 - 5000%!

How would you like that kind of return on the investment of YOUR dreams?

Then write them down and bring them into the world. You see, as long as they remain in your head, it is, to the world at least, as if they don't exist.

Writing them down is the first step on the road to making a dream into a reality... So do it now!

Truth, Joy and Love

Dax Moy

You don't have to believe that writing your goals down brings them any closer to you. Just suspend disbelief and see what happens!

Tuesday, 19 May 2009

Dax Moy Attacked By Snake In Thailand

Ok, maybe not the complete truth...

But it made you look, right? : )

The truth is that poor old 'snakey' was road kill and I thought it would make a good photo opp (Hey, I never said that I was one of those goals people that spends every day in a suit at convention centers did I?)

But there is a reason I wanted to use that pic today and get you to this page.

It's to remind you to put a bit of adventure into your life whenever you can.

Seek out new and unusual experiences.

Try new things.

Add colour to your life in as many weird and wonderful ways that you can WHEN you can.

You see, a great life is one full of stories and those stories come from your experiences, from your adventures.

After all, there's not much of a life story to tell when you say "Woke up at 7, showered, had breakfast, went to work, came home, watched TV , went to bed" is there?

Far more of a story when you say "Yep, I'm the idiot in the picture with a snake in his mouth" or
"Yep that's me by the Pyramids in Egypt"

Or "Yep, that's with the giant Buddha in Thailand"

Yep, life's about your stories.

So go get some!

Pick one new thing to experience this week.

A theatre show, a dance lesson, a parachute jump, a bungee jump, go camping.

You can do ANYTHING you want but just do something you wouldn't normally do.

Get a new story this week and come back here and share it.


Truth, joy and love

Dax Moy

Wednesday, 6 May 2009

Ready For this 7 Day Media Fast?

Hey Guys

I've been having a hard time getting online as the internet connection here at the villa in Thailand is pretty strange at times. In fact, I've been kept offline all day today...

Anyway, I'm here now and that's the main thing, right?

Today's message is a pretty simple one.

It's about turning back time and hitting the reset switch on your life for a while.

You see, whilst I've been running my mastermind retreat over here, I've been thinking a lot about how so many of our problems are made by ourselves and our reactions to the world around us. It's almost as if we bulid our realities based upon what others tell us is going on.

Swine flu? Ow, be careful!

Recession? Better tighten the purse strings!

You get my drift.

It's almost like we have to play a part in a big game that we never even decided to join, right?

Well, what if you just dropped out for a while? Just a little bit?

What if you didn't read any newspapers, watch any news or listen to any radio for a week?

What effect do you think that would have?

Better still, what if during that same week you only read books that were related to your childhood like Matilda, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, James and the Giant Peach, The Witches or anything else that sprang to mind? (Yes, I love Roald Dahl - I read thses stores to my son Connor every night)

Do you think that after just 7 days you'd feel different about the world?

I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt on my part that you would. I know because I do : )

Becoming a kid again is pretty cool.

It allows you to shake off the heaviness of being an adult and return to the life of imagination and wonder that you used to believe in so much when you were young.

You should try it for yourself.

Go on, I dare ya!

Give this 7 day return to childhood a go and report how it makes you feel. It certainly can't hurt, right? : )

Truth, joy and love

P.S - Post what books you're going to start with... I'd love to know : )