How To Solve Any Problem In Three Minutes Flat
By Rick Miller
Life comes comes with a whole list of problems: How do I keep my spouse or lover happy? How do I meet the bills? How do I keep healthy and fit with all the demands on me?
Well, good news! You can begin to reduce the negative effects of stress and live a happier, more enjoyable life by using a revolutionary new problem-solving technique.
Can you solve any problem in three minutes? Is it possible?
According to John Harricharan, award-winning best-selling author of "When You Can Walk on Water, Take the Boat," the answer is "Absolutely, yes!"
John recently spoke with Tellman Knudson, as part of the List Crusade program, a series of audio lessons from over 52 leading Internet marketing and self-help experts. In the interview, he revealed a few of the secrets from "Power Pause", a groundbreaking course that has changed the lives of thousands.
The program is a simple quick 3-step formula to solve any problem in your life. Amazingly, the entire process only takes about three minutes.
(Note: To access John Harricharan's complete audio interview for free, see end of article)
As a successful businessman and speaker, John studied many self-help systems, and he made an amazing discovery. Even though most systems produced astounding results for some individuals, he found that most self-help systems rarely work for the majority of users.
These systems are often complicated and time-consuming.
John says, "We have to get back to simplicity. We don't have time to sit under a tree and meditate for hours, or "Om until the cows come home, or go through every 15-step and 40-step program."
So John decided to distill the core principles of all his success training "
He took "ancient truths and combined them with modern psychological principles to produce a system that is simple, quick, and powerful.
According to John, there are only three basic problems in life - Money, Health, and Relationships. Every problem relates to these three areas or a combination of them.
By understanding this, we get a much clearer picture of what we must do to solve the problem.
Here's a summary of the three steps, which are covered in greater detail in the interview and the ebook "Power Pause."
1) Break your focus on the problem"Oftentimes, we are so caught up in the emotions of the problem that we overlook simple solutions. Disconnecting from the problem also allows the most powerful part of our mind, the subconscious, to begin a massive search for answers. We need to let our conscious mind get out of the way. Many of the geniuses in the past made great discoveries when they took a break from the problem, some even by taking naps.
2) Imagine how you would feel if the desired outcome really happened"By projecting yourself into the future and actually feeling the emotions of success, you point your brain into focusing on the solution and not the problem. It has been said that what your mind attends to - it eventually achieves'so if you constantly dwell on your problems, you'll get really good at getting more problems.
3) Say thank you and let the problem go"Your act of gratitude signals a conclusion and release. You"ve let go of the problem and all the worries along with it. When you no longer struggle with the problem, the things you want seem to come to you effortlessly. You'll see answers you've never seen before. Things will fall into place.
I urge you to listen to John Harricharan's interview and get his complete Power Pause ebook.
John's book is entertaining and thought-provoking, presented in story form telling the story of his mysterious mentor who revealed the secret 3-step formula to him.
Use these three simple steps today to immediately begin to improve your health, wealth, and happiness.
Copyright 2005 Rick Miller
About The Author
Rick Miller is a Certified Master of Web Copywriting and co-founder of List Crusade. For free access to John Harricharan's entire interview, along with 51 other audio lessons from top Internet Marketing and Self Help Gurus--go to: ==> http://www.ListCrusade.com/rickm.html