The Pruning Shears of Revision

Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

This lecture, from Neville Goddard in 1954 covers the principle of iteration and revision, on of the “secret weapons” to achieving what you set out to achieve.

Revision is so powerful because its predicated on persistence. When you revise something you are experimenting, you are seeking feedback and you are seeking to improve (kaizen).

You are also taking control and responsibility over situations, your relationships and your feelings.

I firmly believe that if you will wisely and daily use the pruning shears of revision that you will find there is no objective beyond your ability to realize.

Maintaining such a pragmatic, progressive and kaizen focussed approach, you will be astonished by the results.

How can you use the pruning shears in your own life to review your performance and seek to improve?

Read the full lecture here.