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Archive for April, 2006

New Illustration: Be Like R2D2

Wednesday, April 26th, 2006

Let’s get back to the basics with visualization. This post needed to go up a long time ago because it is the foundation to visualize if someone doesn’t know where to start. We’ve all been to a movie theater and can imagine a lighted screen with images happening in front of us.

It was taught to me first by Matt Furey. I later got the course Psycho Cybernetics where it further explained the Theater of the Mind as well as many other ways to connect with your subconscious.

Although, I was early influenced by Shakti Gawain’s book creative visualization, Psycho Cybernetics had a ton more visual rich metaphors that I could wrap my mind around.

Personally, I always sketched what I heard, when Matt talked about this as well as what I read in the book by Dr. Maltz. I’ve probably sketched this metaphor about 50 times. I’ve drawn it where the movie screen rests right on the inside of one’s forehead. This version you see above is how I’ve experimented with as of late.

So give this one a try. When you go for walks select a theme you want to work. Imagine from inside your head, the light from a movie camera extending out from your head. In particular, just above your two eyes in the middle of the forehead.

Then imagine the whole scene taking place right in front of you as you walk. Similar to how R2D2 (Bee da liee, da, leet) prjected the holigram of Obey One Kanobee.

When you see your future in 3D, you take your meditation to a whole new level.
This is a super charged way to visualize success in your life.

Oh by the way, I’ve included many icons above the person in this image to stir your imagination. Instead of telling you what they are. Let’s get interactive and have YOU share what each one icon represents (from right to left). The person with the correct lineup in the correct order will receive a free gift sent from us to your house – ON THE HOUSE.

Let’s have fun some fun and start visualizing!

Almost forgot … If this image interests you, there is a plethora of other helpful success programming thoughts and tips inside Psycho Cybernetics.

Go there now to …

Conceive, Believe, and Achieve a better future.

Best,

Vince Palko

Ps. For all responses send to vince@vincepalko.com Also, if you click on the above image, it will expand to see more detail.

Even a Monkey at the Zoo

Tuesday, April 25th, 2006

Had a gent write in regarding my email on when to celebrate after working out. I discussed when to hold back and when to allow yourself a break in terms of food.

Let’s move to his email and then I’ll give him my feedback …

Dear Vince,

Good article but it raised a question or two. If a person is celebrating by
eating junk food, how’s that a good thing? Exercise should include
strengthening the mind by knowing the right choices and then, choosing them!
Of course, you’re talking about beginners but isn’t this the right point to
get the beginners in the frame of mind that one is on the road to
improvement and betterment and part of that is learning to confront and
choose wisely?

I believe the exercise is an activity that requires patience and persistence
but you have to work towards that point where it becomes ‘second nature’ and
that’s where rewards can come but by then, you’ll be proud of what you’ve
accomplished and hopefully will choose the right foods to further what
you’ve accomplished so far.

Well, that’s my humble opinion. What’s your take on my questions? Please
advise.

Best,

Bruce

You bring up some good questions, Bruce, but I have to hold myself back on this one.

The reason I’ve been able to hold 40 plus pounds off my body for several years now is NOT because I turned my diet upside down, overnight. It’s because little by little I cut out the bad and integrated the good. You can listen more about that in the course called Triple Your Endurance.

Anyone who tells you to quit cold turkey is full of beans.

There is something called the pendulum. If it swings too far one way (meaning you cut out ALL the crap today) it will swing back the other way just as fast – leaving you worse off than when you started.

Now, obviously, you don’t want to eat crap. The average monkey in the zoo knows that. What I want to share is how to cut it out once and for all.

There is no doubt people quit eating crap instantly but show me someone who’s done this for more than a few weeks or a month.

The key is moderation and moderate.

1. Everything in moderation
2. Moderate your actions

You probably heard the first point but let me flesh out the second.

By recording what you eat in your 3E generator leads to more awareness and allows you to see if at the end of the day why you feel crummy, have zero energy or why you feel great based your diet pattern.

You can then start anchoring bad feelings with the junk.

Quick example. About five years ago, I was a Doritos junkie. I’d eat ‘em all the time. Were not talking handfuls, we’re talking “bag” fulls.

When I started “Moderating” my diet in my 3E Generator, I quickly learned something about myself. I ‘d get these Rock You Like a Hurricane headaches and instead of reach for the Aspirin, I reached for the 3E Generator.

I page thru and discover that even if I only had a small handful of these particular chips, my head would thump like a muther scratcher.

Though it took a few reps, I began experimenting with anchoring crummy feelings with this junk food snack.
Before I knew it, this food didn’t seem appealing to me anymore. In fact, to this day I avoid them all together alonfg with other snacky, snacks.

So, yes, Bruce, patience and persistence is good. But more important is moderation and to moderate.

Backing down the junk little by little is more sustainable over the long haul.

When you have your diet down pat your body fat will erode like a sand cliff in a windstorm. Go here to pick up your Fat Reducing and Energy Infusing course.

Be a Stallion,

Vince Palko

Can You Smell Success

Monday, April 24th, 2006

Have you ever had a scent bring back a rush of memories?

Captured moments in time come running back with a light whiff of odor that tickles the olfactories. Well, you can use the sense of smell to catapult you towards success.

Let me explain.

Back when I lived in Germany I traveled to Italy several times.

One particular day I’ll never forget. I was sitting on a
train going from Florence to Rome.

Seated with my head resting on the head cushion, I looked out at the green hills,
the wine vineyards, and olive trees.
What a magnificent site. Also, scattered throughout the beautiful landscape were fragrant lemon orchards. I saw an old man float by working in his garden. It reminded my of my great grandfather, whom I only knew for a short time, and what it must have been like living and working in Italy before coming to America.

As the train continued to snake through the green, lush landscape, the wonderful aroma of lemons filled the train car.

A new fragrance tantalizing the olfactory nerves, I can still access the smell today. And if your mouth just moistened with saliva you smelled them too. What’s interesting about your sense of smell is this can be one of the most powerful of the senses to step into a successful visualization meditation.

It takes very little effort to do so. Your mind programs the smell as your experience it, then catalogs for future reference.

It’s a fact, if the olfactory nerves were taken away, you could still imagine what you were smelling based on the catalog built within your brain. That’s how powerful this sense is. Don’t believe me.

Let’s do a simple test no matter what youre doing right now …

Can you recall what your dentist office smells like.

Or how about a freshly cut watermelon.

Or fresh new car smell.

Or new carpet.

I bet you can.

Now how does this have to do with Success Programming.

Accessing these smells is one of the quickest ways to get yourself into the proper ‘feeling’ state for visualization and achievement of goals or on the right pathto the goals.

I look back on those days living in Europe with a sense of accomplishment. Stepping out of my comfort zone – I navigated foreign lands, taught myself two New languages and engaged total strangers in conversation to expand my mental horizons.

I can instantly relive my empowering days then and as Dr. Maltz says, Flip the Switch to whatever is currently challenging me.

All I have to do is think of that warm day on the train in Northern Italy and smell those lemons to visualize with the proper vibration. Once there, I can face any challenge currently in front of me.

So I ask you to recall the smells of the office where you delivered a quality presentation, smell of mud as you completed a challenging obstacle course and yes, even the smell of a dirty old wrestling mat can bring back squadron of success memories.

You can also use these smells to visualize future goals; that new car or house you’ve always wanted. Get in tune with your olfactory sense to make your success visualizations soar to the stratosphere.

To learn how to accomplish your fitness goals or your financial goals using no effort visit …

Health: http://www.successvisuals.com/special.html

Wealth: http://www.successvisuals.com/products/set_goal_financial.html

These systems are already created for you. You don’t have to lift a figure to experience success.

Conceive, Believe, Achieve,

Vince Palko

Ps. For a home study on sizzling off unwanted fat, visit …
http://www.tripleyourendurance.com/ GO Here Now.

Your Only As Good as Your Last Workout

Thursday, April 20th, 2006

Many beginners want to know if its okay to celebrate after their first workout.

Some go off to McDonald’s for a breakfast sandwich or load up on things they would typically avoid. The thought is, “Hey I worked out today, I can reward myself with a TimBooty Bit or an ice cream.”

If you’ve done this, you shouldn’t feel bad. You’re not alone. In fact, many people get on the fitness train and hop off at the next stop. When they get frustrated with their health, their flab, their low energy, they hail the next train.

Truth is, there is a time and place for celebrating and it ain’t after the first workout. Or second or third.

The secret I’m about to share will unlock ultimate health and never let the unwanted weight back on.

Celebration should occur after the workout when you DON’T feel as if you need a pat on the back or a food reward.

Then and only then is when you can begin to give yourself a break in the action with a small reward here or there. That’s because you’ve had a taste of sweet success. The kind that only exercise can give you.

How will you know when you are there. Good question.

The day when you actually look forward to exercising. You look forward to planning what you’ll do and when you’ll do it. As well as recording your amazing results. Once you are in this flow, you become automatic and consistent. It feels like your are not the one doing the work, exercise and the results are doing the driving.

You sit back and go for the ride.

The key is to take very small steps and to track each step you take. This builds momentum and focus. It also heats up your metabolism due to the constant activity and sheds unwanted, ugly flab to give you a new you. My clients have found the 3E Generator in Triple Your Endurance extremely helpful for keeping themselves consistent and on top of their fitness goals. You will get it (at no extra charge to you) by investing in the Stamina Building program.

To be the healthy person you’ve always wanted, you’re only as good as your last workout.

Be a Stallion today!

Vince Palko

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Sleep less for boundless energy

Thursday, April 20th, 2006

Most people think that sleep is the answer to more energy.

This is not true.

Classic example.

When our daughters sleep TOO much and wake up, theyre more groggy, fatigued then before going down. It takes awhile before they’re back to their energetic selves.

Tis the same for adults.

I had a flat (apartment) in Germany and lived with two guys. One guy would come home from work and retire on the couch immediately. He’d take the remote in his hand, turn on the TV and then crash for an hour before we’d break bread (if it wasn’t his turn to be chef).

On top of that he’d whine, “What a crappy day. I’m beat. I’ll be on the couch if you need me.”

He was a constant napper – yet he was perpetually tired. Exercise consisted of heavy weight training at the gym. The only aerobics he’d do he bragged were walks to the fridge for a couple of Warsteiner beers. So there he’d lay in a hump of lazy lumps. Never to know who he could have become.

Jim Cramer of CNBC’s Real Money knows a thing ‘er two about energy. Have you seen this cat? Jim shouts rants, raves, walks (sometimes hops) around his studio as the cameras roll. He might be exhausted at the end of the day, but the next day he comes back for more and more. Never short of moxie, most wonder where he get’s the endless source of petrol day in and day out.

What people don’t understand it it takes energy to make energy. Knowing this Universal Truth, you’ll always be ahead of the game.

Exercise is king when it comes to building stamina and guts.

Knowing the right exercises to perform that give you equal aerobic and anaerobic work is critical. To maximize your time, your effort and your energy, you need the exercises and the life plan I teach in Triple Your Endurance.

Your exercise routine should be the same. The Morning Glory exercises in Triple Your Endurance were originally taught to me in football, but anyone capable of moving can learn these to spike their energy meters.

The 3E Generator will be your source of personal inspiration to keep you coming back for more and more.

To achieve more out of your day, drop ugly fat and have the energy of three sprinter Stallions rush to http://www.tripleyourendurance.com/. The bonus: You won’t have
“sleep in” to get it.

Be a Stallion,

Vince Palko

Ps. Step up and become apart of a growing group of Stallions
all over the world http://www.tripleyourendurance.com/
who never whine or complain about the lack of energy or guts.

Awaken The Genius Within

Monday, April 17th, 2006

I saw it clear as the nose in front of my face.

The works of conforming instruction taught to our daughter. That is until I stepped in.

Among other things, I’m an artist. I enjoy painting, drawing and creating new things. I’ve created several murals in my daughters rooms as well as my office. Don’t worry, this will all tie together in a bit.

Anyway, I finished up a conference call the other night and ran upstairs to say ga’ night to the girls.

When I went to kiss Sophia, my oldest, she said, “Mom said your gonna be mad at me.”

“Why?”

“I drew on the wall.”

“So – - – Are you an artist.”

“Yes.”

“Then you are aloud to draw on the walls of your room if you’d like. Good job.”

The relieved look I received was magical. Freedom and independence also poured from her ora. Something took root inside too.

As parents sometimes we stifle our kids creativity because of our own image conscious priorities. What will others think of our house when they come to visit.

Adults were once creative geniuses as little kids. I remember seeing a study of kids creativity being 400% more intense than adults. Every year that passes that number decreases rapidly.

Largely due to the smothering of conformity in grade school, high school, college and then in corporate “dumb” America, the majority of the people have lost their true identity- their real self, their creative genius. Parents, teachers, and other kids are all guilty of this.

Once we reach adulthood, we’re left hold the bag of asking ‘Who am I.’ We have no clue what makes us unique and different to stand out from the crowd.

Spring is a time of rebirth. As the spring buds form on the trees and plants, allow your ‘real self’ revive and awaken.

Make today the start of your personal blume.

And if you have kids, fuel their creativity, don’t extinguish their firey flames.

Visit http://www.adtoons.com/ and wildly exaggerate what makes you unique
to stand out from the crowd. Celebrate it.

Be Different,

Vince Palko

Ps. Hope you enjoyed your Easter. I was busy enjoying ours and never got to sending this email. As each holiday passes, I’m greatful to be sharing it with you. Thank you to you.

Pps. For all of my other products you’ll want to visit http://www.vincepalko.com/

Rare Vintage Success Video

Wednesday, April 12th, 2006

Part of being in a success group, like the one you’re in, you get access to amazing images, ideas and information. A friend passed this along and now I want to share it with you.

Go visit the treasure of information waiting for you.

Your mornings will never be the same …

Block out some time to view this now. I’m not sure how much longer this vintage success video will be free for all to share.
Given that, high tail it over there immediately.

Best,

Vince Palko

What Makes You Feel Good

Monday, April 10th, 2006

Discovering the answer to the question above will unlock a store house of energy within.

If this doesn’t make sense, let me explain.

What makes you feel good. I mean really, really fills you full of life.

Maybe it’s …

* Playing with your kids
* Going for a walk with your pet
* Exercising
* Listening to music
* Meditating
* Writing
* Watching a funny movie
* Reading a great book
* Painting or drawing
* A talk with a good friend
* Going to the beach
* Hiking a mountain trail

Learn about yourself and write down three things you enjoy doing. Next, figure out ways to do more of them.

By doing what you love to do, you release endorphins in your brain, the same chemicals released when you exercise.

These same endorphins keep your brain and body buzzing with enormous amounts of energy all day long.

While it’s important to fill your life full of energizing experiences, it’s also important to cut out the people and activities that bring your energy level down.

No matter what it is you love doing, you’ll also want to supplement your activities with the exercises I teach in Triple Your Endurance. They are known to shift your energy levels into overdrive.

Til then …

Be a Stallion,

Vince Palko

What Is A False Step

Saturday, April 8th, 2006

These days people want instant success and are pissed if they don’t get it within a week. Ask if they’ve set a goal and most will say, ‘Huh?’ People who have achieved great things big and small know the power of writing down a goal.

But here’s how typical planning goes for most.

A goal is written. The person stays the course for two weeks, a month but very few
last until they hit their goals.

They begin taking the right steps towards their goals but little by little there steps move a new direction away from their goal. They then become frustrated and discouraged – wondering if anything is attainable.

In sports the importance of taking the right steps is the difference between success
and failure.

“False steps” hurt you. These are slight hesitations in your body movement particularly with your feet. If you react incorrectly to your opponent wins.

In basketball if you take a false step you let a dribbler pass you for a dunk, in volleyball – your false step could let a spike fly by, in wrestling you could get in the wrong position, get taken down and pinned.

As a defensive player in football, if you take a false step, you’ll never make a play. In fact, if you take several false steps in pursuing the ball carrier, you could get walled off by a lineman and ‘thrown out of the salon’ (knocked on your butt).

In sports your reaction time has to be quick and timely.

The same is true when you are in hot pursuit of your goal.

The equivalent in life to false steps are; answering every email that comes in, skipping one inseey workout, watching an extra hour of TV instead of writing two extra pages for your new book.

By staying the course even if you do something small will increase momentum and traction towards your goal. As opposed to taking a ‘false step.’

The article could stop here. But it doesn’t, it continues.

How do you fix your personal ‘false steps.’

In college and the pros, there were countless hours of film study (where you analyzed your OWN movements) Day in, day out, coaches pointed out, “Up – see that slight hesitation>? That just cost you the play.” There was no hiding from the truth either. The eye in the sky didn’t lie.

Call it corrective feedback if you will (we need more of that in this world).

Through time and self study and DOING – my teammates and I got better. Much better.

By the end of my career I eliminated my false steps. Obliterated ‘em. Other opponents might have been bigger, faster, stronger – but no one reacted as swiftly almost robotic. Their size and strength didn’t mean diddly if I could react quicker.

The bigger and smellier you were, the more I strategically avoided you – to smash
the RB. No points are given for take downs here.

And it all comes down to making the right steps.

If you’re in HOT pursuit of a financial goal, like a better paying job, creating a best seller, or launching a dynamite website, you’ll want to secure 1 of 10 sets left of my Launch Your Self to Financial Success.

This tracking system is the next best thing to film study of yourself, unless you have ‘UN’reality TV camera follow you around. Your awareness brings about swift action – that leads productivity – that leads to boat loads of success.

Conceive of an idea worth pursuing, Believe you can reach it, and
Achieve it will all your Might.

Best,

Vince Palko

Juice It Up Baby

Saturday, April 8th, 2006

I’ll let you in on an inside joke.

Had an interesting first freshman football meeting back in college before the coaches came in to address us. The team I joined had several losing seasons before I got there. One Juko transfer (that’s junior college transfer) meat head player, who looked like a short Lou Ferrigno, stood up and say in his deap Brooklyn accent …

“In order to improve this year, we GOTTA Juice it UP – Baby.”

Everyone just looked around shakin’ their heads.

As we later found out, he was someone who “Looked like Tarzan but Played Like Jane”.

He was gone within a year.

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Just got done whisking down a tall glass of juiced cucumbers, pears, kiwi then a separate glass of juiced carrots.

Hooooowww weeeee.

I feel like I’m buzzin from top to bottom – when I finish my workout, I’ll be a lightning rod.

Been juicing breakfast meals for the last five years – off and on. No, I’m not a hard core juice extremist – yet.

Until recently, I had a cheap Black and Decker. Now I have a super duper juicer monster machine. This thing will juice a hickory stump from the back yard if you wanted it to.

Why juice.

Besides the concentrated wonderful, alive vitamins and minerals you get from fresh veggies and fruits, it gives your stomach a break from digestion. It takes a lot of energy and stomach acid to break down chunks of food.

Since we’re all about giving you ways to increase your energy without working out any harder to get it, I thought I’d divulge some of my energizing secrets.

It’s good to give your tummy a rest every now and again. Plus, there are many cancer fighting agents in carrots. I don’t like sitting down and eating half a bag inside of an hour when I can juice ‘em and drink ‘em in about five minutes.

Lastly, the feeling of being energized lasts for a few days. I have been experimenting with it, as I I’ve said, and am loving the effects on my energy, my health and the glow around my face (that lasts as long as the carrot juices are in my digestive track).

It looks like I have a slight tan, without ever seeing the sun all winter being that I live in grey Ohio.

Some think you can’t replace a who meal with just one of these concoctions. O’ contare mon frair. Absolutely yes.

If you are someone who wants boundless energy levels without having to take energy pills with unknown ingredients inside, you’ll want to give this a shot.

You can study my other energizing tips in my amazing course Triple Your Endurance http://www.tripleyourendurance.com/.

All for now, gotta run.

Be a Stallion,

Vince Palko


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