Common Theme Amongst [Grammy} Winners May Change YOUR Destiny

February 13, 2017

During the Grammys last night, I not only became a new fan of Sturgill Simpson, Best Country Album, in a genre that normally does not excite me, but found several winners’ speeches quite interesting.  When Twenty One Pilots explained their undies for pants look while accepting of Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Stressed Out” they spoke of a time, years ago, when they watched a prior Grammy Show together wearing only underwear.   They and other winners previously set out an INTENTION to win!  I heard Billy Crystal once explain on a talk show that as a teenager he sometimes stood in front of a mirror imagining himself holding an Academy Award trophy plus gave an acceptance speech.  Years before Jim Carry was a star, he used to drive around Beverly Hills and imagine himself living there as a famous person.  Napoleon Hill’s 1937 classic bestseller, Think & Grow Rich, outlines the process.  So what is it?   In a nutshell, this is what I’ve found it to be:

Set an Intention (what is it you want?)

See or imagine it as if it exists

Feel what it’s like to have it

Playing pretend as a grown up?  Perhaps and why not!?   It’s a formula that many successful people SWEAR works for them.  Why not try it?  Your dreams are worth it!