Love Island’s Jack Fincham reveals real reason he won the show with Dani Dyer | The Sun
JACK Fincham has revealed the surprising reason behind his Love Island win with Dani Dyer.
The 31-year-old and Dani ,26, romped to victory back in 2018 and he’s now told us exactly how he secured the £50k prize fund and coveted win that propelled him into stardom.
Speaking from Robert Hisee’s Holistic Retreat in Marbella, Jack explained that he manifested his win by writing on a piece of paper before the show began.
He said: “I had the note in my wallet so it was with me every day.
"I used to say to myself day in day out when I went into Love Island I knew I was going to win it but after the win, I never had another goal to move onto to raise my standards.”
Jack booked himself onto the retreat to work on his mindset after achieving one of his big goals after boxing on the Floyd Mayweather undercard in Dubai and to work on his mind some more.
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And he’s got big plans for the future, revealing: “One of my goals is to become an actor so a new affirmation of mine is saying ‘I am one of the biggest actors in the UK.”
The star split from Dani not long after Love Island came to an end and he’s had a tumultuous few years in the public eye, including a battle with drugs.
He has already secured his first movie role though, playing a character called Tommy in crime film The Last Heist.
But he’s now turned to the UK’s number one Unconscious Mind Therapist Rob Hisee for advice.
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He explained: “I understand why I feel stuck and why I feel that I can’t move forward because I’m always looking back on my past but Rob taught me how to change my direction of thought to focus into the future, creating visualisation for my goals.
“I started using a journal on a daily basis, practising the visualisation of the outcome of my goals. Rob said when you focus on the past, it does not give you any emotion to want to move forward. You must focus on the future vision.”
“You will always feel sad when focusing on the past. If you think of a bad memory, you feel the trauma in the memory or the experience now, and if you think of a good memory, how could you once was that is just reminding you that you’re not as good now that is not going to give you any motivation.”
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