young woman dreaming about her success in the futureAs an avid reader of “classic” self-help literature— Dale Carnegie, Napoleon Hill, Wayne Dyer, Stephen Covey—Noah St. John said he soon discovered that “in order to change our lives, we have to change our beliefs.”

Growing up poor in a rich neighborhood, St. John said he questioned why even though he read these books for many years and attempted to apply their concepts, he still wasn’t successful.

Then, one morning in 1997, it hit him: Human thought is the process of asking and searching for answers to questions.

“Why are we going around saying statements we don’t believe… when the human mind responds automatically to something even more powerful?” St. John questioned.

Discovering the answer to this question changed his life as he created and named the process AFFORMATIONS® – empowering questions that change your beliefs about yourself and your relationship to the universe.

Today St. John is the best-selling author of The Book of AFFORMATIONS where he offers readers insights and steps to using this questioning process to enhance all areas of life. Recruiter.com had the opportunity to speak with St. John about his breakthrough concept. Read on to discover what his life and career advice on uncovering the missing piece to abundant health, wealth, love and happiness:

1. Where did you gain your insight and knowledge on the various topics of wealth, health, love and happiness?

Reading the classics of personal growth literature gave me a better understanding of what human beings really want and why we so often stop ourselves from getting what we want.

After discovering Afformations in 1997, I finally saw what was missing in traditional success literature – the understanding that most of us are unconsciously asking ourselves very disempowering questions, which is creating our lives.

And that if we were to start asking more empowering questions, it would immediately and permanently change our lives.Noah St. John

2. Your book has helped tens of thousands of people change their lives for the better. What’s the most significant impact this book—whether writing it or seeing its results—has made in your own life?

After I discovered Afformations, I immediately realized that this new mind technology could be used to help people in any area of life – to improve your finances, your health, your relationships, your business, your happiness, fulfillment and peace of mind.

When I discovered Afformations, I was a broke college student with less than $800 to my name. Now I’m happily married to the love of my life, we live in a beautiful home in the Midwest, and I’m honored that my work is now used by people in 178 countries.

At my company, SuccessClinic.com, our “2020 Vision” is to create 1,000 new millionaires and teach 10 million people how to use Afformations by the year 2020.

3. What is the biggest lesson or concept you hope readers take away from The Book of AFFORMATIONS?

One of the most powerful tools in The Book of Afformations is to understand your Belief Gap. When you want to go from where you are to where you want to be, you’re trying to change your reality. I call that going from your CPR (Current Perceived Reality) to your NDR (New Desired Reality).

But no matter what you want to do – whether it’s make more money, grow your business, get a raise, lose weight, find the love of your life – you first have to cross your own Belief Gap: the space between your CPR and your NDR.

That’s one reason we’ve included more than 2 dozen real-life case studies of people who’ve doubled their income in less than a year, gone from broke to six figures, lost over 100 pounds, and found love after divorce using this new technology of Afformations.

Want to learn more? Stay tuned for part 2 of this article to discover Noah St. John’s advice on how to think like a millionaire in less than 5 minutes per day!



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