Mr. Miyagi’s NLP Lessons

miyagi“Wax on… Wax off…”

With those four words, Mr. Miyagi pretty much explains the secret of the master.

Do X. Then do Y.

Then, do x and y again.

Tens of hundreds of thousands of times.

Usually, x and y are rather simple actions that ANYONE can perform.

What’s unique about masters is that they actually perform them.

The unsexy.

The easy.

The boring.

Masters understand the fundamentals. The key elements upon which the entire castle of skills rests.

Because they understand this, they focus all of their time, energy and attention at strengthening and polishing that foundation. That way, everything else will stand firmly atop it.

The amateurs, on the other hand, go looking for the flashy stuff.

The instant technique that takes you from zero to a million bucks in 5 minutes.

The way to become instantly attractive without doing an ounce of work.

How to solve every problem you’ve ever had.

We can recognize those guys from a mile away. You know why? Because every single one of us has been there at some point or another in an area of our life.

Maturity and wisdom come when we quit looking for silly shortcuts and invest ourselves in worthy pursuits.

And then we work on strengthening our core. The real stuff.

We go back to wax on, wax off.

And, eventually, by sticking to it, we discover the most unusual and unexpected of secrets…

Wax on wax off takes us from zero to a million bucks, makes us attractive, AND solves pretty much every problem we’ve ever had.

Go for easy, simple and doable. Repeat it over and over until you know it inside out. Until it’s in your bones.

Then, play around with it. Get creative. Own it 100%. Start unraveling it, experimenting with it, discovering its essence.

And, before you know it, you’ll amaze yourself.

Trust me. It’s never failed. I’m sure Mr. Miyagi would agree.

That’s why the Modeling Experience is structured to train you the way Mr. Miyagi would.

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