Because This Is Your Life

What I’ll be speaking about today with you is inspired by someone’s story I came across a few years ago.
In fact this story has even amazed many doctors and scientists to the point where they felt the need to study this person.

Who am I referring to?

Her name is Jill Price and she is also known as the woman who can’t forget.

Price who is now 46 is able to recite details of every day of her life since she was 14. She can remember specific details of what was going on, where she was, and on what specific dates these moments took place.

The reason I first found this to be interesting is because I can relate to it in many ways.

For most of my life I’ve been able to remember specific dates, where I was, what was going on, and as time has gone on they become even clearer.

In fact this even translates to the many wonderful comments I receive from each of you, the dates you sent them on, what was said, and so on.

So with these thoughts in mind I was thinking, “well if Jill Price can have an excellent memory and if I can have an excellent memory, so can you.”

Why is this important and how can it help you in your life?

That’s what I’ll be speaking about today while posing the question,

“Can you remember everything you do?”

Let’s take a deeper look at this in your weekly wealth tips:

1. Never forget vs. Always remember

How many times have you used the phrase, “I’ll never forget_______?” How many times have you used the phrase, “I’ll always remember_______?” Even though we may use these interchangeably they are different.

Think of the many different times that you’ve used either of these two phrases to state something. More often than not whenever we use, “I’ll never forget” it is usually towards something we’re emotionally charged about in a negative way. This isn’t true 100% of the time but have you ever noticed that when you were upset about something that was negative that you used “I’ll never forget_________?”

Conversely, when something positive has taken place in your life, have you noticed that you had a tendency to use, “I’ll always remember _________” more often than “I’ll never forget?” And again you may not do this 100% of the time but these are trends that I notice with others.

What’s the point of all this?

It is wise to be aware of your languaging, especially when it comes to things you’ll remember from your past. I used to use “I’ll never forget” much more often than “I’ll always remember” and as interesting as it sounds, ever since I started to use “I’ll always remember” I started to be much more focused and very clear in things I would remember.

This could perhaps explain why my memory of the details of specific events, dates, and what was going on at the time has gotten better over time.

So how can this translate to the type of success you want to achieve…

And would you want to be able to remember everything you do?

2. Memory and success

Even though Jill Price can remember specific details of her life since the age of 14, does that necessarily translate to success? The answer is “yes” and “no” because it does depend on the person. It is one thing to have an exceptional memory of things, but keep in mind that it’s another thing as to whether you’re putting that to use in the form of you having the type of success you want in the areas of life most important to you.

In fact, your memory and the ability to remember things in specific detail and to the highest degree will depend on your values or what is most important to you. This is very important to be aware of as it relates to your ability to remember things in such a way that you achieve the level of success you seek.

It is very wise to be able to remember things, whether they are positive or negative. Remember, both serve a purpose in your life.

Many times people will only want to remember the positive and forget about the negative, and then you’ll have some people who will only remember the negative and forget the positive.

The way the human mind works is that it remembers both and it does so simultaneously, even though you may not be aware of that. Your ability to realize this and incorporate it into your daily life is an incredibly important factor in determining your level of success.

So with that being said, back to the original question of the day…

“Can you remember everything you do?”

And the answer is yes.

3. Your amazing journey

There are many people who are amazed at what Jill Price is able to do, but guess what? There are plenty of people out there who are amazed at what you can do. Take a look at your life’s journey all the way up to the present and recall those moments when someone saw you as being amazing in something you did.

In fact, the more you can go back and remember things, the more you’ll even see how amazing you are.

Now of course you want to do this in a poised manner, without getting too “up” or “elated” or as some would say, “having an ego.” This isn’t about having a “big ego.” It is about realizing the tremendous amount of value you contribute to the world…

And it’s also about how you can pass that torch to others so they can do the same.

Being able to remember everything you do gives you a chance to really see all the wonderful things you have done in your life and how you helped others do the same.

Your amazing journey is unique and really represents the magnificence and brilliance of who you are…

And one of the best ways to do that is to remember everything that you do.

What I want you to remember is that you do matter and truly make a positive difference in the world.

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