What is more effective for recordings: Own voice or someone else?

This is a matter that comes up a lot. Are confirmations that you register in your own voice more effective for you than confirmation by someone else? Perhaps it may matter – if you really follow through and register a lot of confirmations. I can tell you that to record a large number of confirmations is a lot of work. I'm not sure it's important to hear them in their own voice.

Why do I think there is no big difference in results? Take, for example, general self-help recordings produced by many people. For example, people like Tony Robbins, Napoleon Hill, Zig Zigar or Brian Tracy. I have listened to the records of these authors / speakers for many years. Even though they are not authentication, I have used them as confirmation by throwing the reel button and listening to the same level over and over again (especially Tony Robbins & Personal Power program). That's really how I got the idea for the Power Affirmations program.

Indeed, I think that access to content recorded by someone else was actually better in my case for the following reasons:

  1. The files were accessible. I could start fast. For example, for years, I began to create my own recording "Think and grow well." After picking up a few pages, I was so unhappy with the results that I quickly fled. I knew it was not going to work. I made some searches and discovered that there was a lot of ties that were accessible. When I got them I listened and listened and listened more. It was so much easier. I finally dressed out and bought a new set when it was available on a CD. My initial positive reaction to the "Think and Grow Rich Sounds" and Ziglar "Secrets of Closing Sales" sold me to a lifetime microphone. Had I tried to pick up all of this stuff myself just to have it in my own voice would have been impossible (as well as unnecessary).
  2. The others who made the files had a delivery that created trust and conviction. I found it very helpful to listen to people who are truly convinced of what they need to say and deliver their messages with passion. Their birth helps to convey something of their faith and trust in me.
  3. Recordings in another voice can act as "voice of authority." It is interesting how this can greatly affect our thoughts. Sometimes we believe something better simply because a person we like and admires has estimated that idea in our minds. You see it with children and their parents, industry professionals, motivational software, etc.
  4. I found it by listening to the recordings repeatedly, over time, my voice became a voice. Their words became my words. Their thoughts became my thoughts. Listening to this speaker completely changed how I spoke to myself – the words and the tone. And it continues to transform my life to this day. This is what I suppose these files are doing for you (when you listen repeatedly).

It seems to me that the real question is whether you will get excellent results by listening to someone else. I think the answer is absolutely yes – you can get excellent results listening to the confirmation by someone else – if you listen repeatedly. Just think about all the ads we're being exposed to on a regular basis. With repetition, they affect us to spend billions of dollars on their products and services. In that case, you can not select the messages they are sending you. When you select an independent audio program, you can select the message you want to listen to in advance.

If you want to include your own confirmation, go to it. Just be sure you're following. I just want you to have a further perspective to think about. What matters is to get a lot of stuff that can be repeated over and over again. But if someone has already made a recording and changes to work, and they are quality recordings at a reasonable price, you'll probably find it easier and faster to use what's already available. Why try to make the bike again?


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