Let’s say you have 17 seconds to make a convincing, credible and concise point. Could you do it? I often pose this question to printers and promotional companies around the country. They don’t enjoy what I call the “17-second challenge” at the moment, but, in time, they will tell me how much it helped them reflect and change. I hope it does the same for you and makes you think at a deeper level. I came up with this concept after hearing the term “elevator pitch” (an approximate 20- to 30-second pitch) one too many times. You see, 17 seconds…
Do you know that what you focus on is what you will feel? It is true. If you tell yourself something enough you will believe it.
Also, are brain does not undersatnd the word NOT. For example, if you tell yourself that you should stop eating cookies (your brain actually hears- THAT YOU SHOULD EAT cookies).
So, again what you focus on is what you feel, and see. However, our brain can trick us.
Look at the picture embedded below and tell me what you see. Good luck.