Modelling As A Means To Attain Wealth
Modelling is a Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) method or technique of styling one’s own actions and behaviours after an individual who has at one time achieved great success in their particular field of endeavour.
In other words, replicating a successful individual’s methods and actions exactly, with the goal and expectation of achieving the same or similar results to their achievements.
Remember the saying…”Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.” by Charles Caleb Colton. Modelling is something like that, except that for our purposes imitation gives us a fast track to achieve exceptional results in our chosen field of expertise.
Back when I was a professional musician, I put the concept of modelling to good effect, practising the guitar styles of Eric Clapton, Jimmy Page, Steve Howe, Al Di Meola and Garry Moore. The end result was that I ended up becoming a fairly accomplished guitarist for the day.
In the same manner, if you want to create your own social media platform you could model Mark Zuckerberg, one of the founders of Facebook.
If you want to become a visionary who creates something that changes the world, perhaps Bill Gates or Steve Jobs would be good candidates for you to model.
If you desire to make a living as a motivational speaker, then you couldn’t do any better than to pattern yourself after bestselling author, motivational speaker, self-help guru and multimillionaire, Anthony “Tony” Robbins.
If politics is your passion and you are looking to launch a successful career in politics, imitating John F. Kennedy, Pierre Elliot Trudeau or even Winston Churchill, may be a clever way to go.
Whatever your chosen field and life goals are, as Anthony Robbins puts it…”Modelling is a pathway to excellence!”
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