Archive for the ‘Personal Transformation’ Category

How to play the game

Monday, March 27th, 2017

 

How do you play the game?
What if today you, YOU, were a 100% responsible for all the outcomes of the business? You’d have to play the game a little bit differently. You couldn’t say, “Accounting didn’t give me what I needed” or “Sales didn’t make that happen.” You’d have to instead call up accounting and say, “Hey, I need this. How can we do this differently?” Or to sales, “I have an idea about how to better hit the number.” Wouldn’t that be an interesting way to live? By coming with love in your heart and a commitment for outstanding results for your entire team, I promise you, you will be well received and people will really love the fact that you’re playing that game. What if everyone played that game? Wouldn’t that be a great place to work? You see, the number one thing that makes a work place great is the feeling of progress. What if you were the one? I mean you, not that person next to you. What if you were the one? Play the game today as if, see what happens. Can’t wait to hear tomorrow how it went.

What if you could reinvent your results?

Monday, March 13th, 2017

 

We all get into ruts, don’t we?
I do. And because we keep doing things the way we’ve always been doing it, we tend to get results that are maybe 2% better or 5% better than they were the year before. What if you reinvented your results? What if you sat down today and asked yourself, “How could I double my performance in the next quarter?” Really, think about that. In fact, go block a half hour right now, or sometime in the next day, and ask yourself that question. I know, even take this home at night. Figure this out. This is important.

What would you need to do and who would you have to be in order to create that kind of results change? Write it down and put an action plan behind it. Then build it into your monthly plan, your weekly plan, your daily plan because immediate habits and actions create the result. But do take that half hour. It will be one of the best half hours you will invest in yourself in this year, I promise you.

How to boost your self-esteem

Monday, February 27th, 2017

Watch this video to discover the simple solution to living with high self-esteem.

 

One of the best ways to improve your self-esteem, which is really what, when it’s improved, helps you from not being defensive, is to take on the behaviors of not being defensive. The next time someone gives you feedback say, “That’s interesting. Tell me more about that. How else can I improve that?” as opposed to, “But I did this and don’t you understand that?” Be the kind of person who has the behaviors of strong self-esteem and you will build your self-esteem. Eventually becoming defensive will fall away as a pattern and you will have a career that’s going in the right direction powerfully and quickly.

Are you living your power every day?

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Psychologists tell us that the most common way of being is “Victimhood”. In this video you will discover how to go beyond it and reclaim your true power.

 

Are you living with power every day? You see, psychologists tell us that the number one most popular archetype or ways of being is the archetype of victimhood. In other words, it’s really easy for us to say things like, “Nobody told me. I don’t know how to do that. I didn’t know I was supposed to do that.” Well, the reality is your job is to know. Imagine driving down the road, getting pulled over by the cop, and saying, “I didn’t know the speed limit.” It’s your job to know. If you’ve been in the job for more than two weeks and you don’t know the product line, don’t say things like, “Nobody told me” or “I haven’t been trained.” Instead say, “Hmm, I need to learn these product lines. Where can I find that information because I want to have that covered quickly?” How can you be the person that in every instance is a person who operates from a place of power and commitment to outcomes?

Do you speak with good purpose?

Monday, January 30th, 2017

In today’s video I reveal the power in saying things that move other’s ahead. Watch it now…

 

Do you speak with good purpose?

In other words, are you always saying things that improve the situation or helps someone move ahead? Speaking with good purpose is how we reveal our character and our value systems. Yes, people will disappoint you. Yes, things will go wrong, it’s part of life.

If you have an organization, most likely you’ve also got problems, but how you speak of others makes a big difference. Instead of holding someone in a negative space, and telling others about it, take the higher road and be willing to see what’s possible within them. Ask for what you need, but speak always with good purpose and ask yourself, “Is what I’m saying advancing the situation or is it pulling back from the situation?” Be the person who advances every situation by always speaking with good purpose.