One of the most important things you can learn, if not THE most important thing you can learn in your life is how you work as a human being. We are not born with a user’s manual for the human brain. We are not taught how to get the best out of ourselves in all the years we go to school. Unless we are curious and seek to find out how to improve ourselves we may never know.
How can you proactively work with the most powerful computer in the world, your own self, to create top performance and achieve the results you want?
The way to do this is to work with your programs, the filters that determine your experience. What sort of movie is being projected onto the screen of your mind? As a consultant and coach, the most effective way to create change is to work with the person’s inner game and help them reprogram their software to create the results they want. If you are not getting what you want, you have some reprogramming to do in your own software.
In our first blog of 2020, we are announcing the release of our new series ‘Secrets of Success’, developed to support you in taking your results to another level. As of next Thursday, January 16th, and every Thursday you will learn some of the secrets of success that I work with my private clients on and how to apply them to your life. Each newsletter will be backed up with a video of myself to support you to get awesome results. Are you ready, let’s go!
Well, Christmas Day has passed and Boxing Day is here. For those that are celebrating Christmas this year, I hope your day was filled full of love and festive cheer. Boxing day is a typical day to recover, sit by the fire or for those readers downunder hit the beach and just relax.
Today is Thanksgiving in the USA, one of if not the biggest holiday on the American calendar each year. It originates from giving thanks for the harvest providing food for the coming winter.
There is so much to be grateful for in this world and the attitude of gratitude is a very good one to cultivate in this modern age. Our attention is constantly being bombarded from TV, Movies, Phones, Social media and advertising just to name a few. All influences our mindset and focus.
Recently in the period of 24 hours, I was deeply touched by several examples of people’s level of commitment to serve others.
It started with the 100-year remembrance on Sunday of the end of World War 1. I was in Gatwick Airport in the UK at 11:00 am, the exact time the guns fell silent 100 years before. The airport stopped, all activity, employees and passengers stood still for 1 minute of silence. It was as if time froze. That minute was a long time and in that time I reflected on all of the young men who gave up their lives to serve a higher purpose, Freedom! I was deeply touched.
One of the things I love to do is to work with the future leaders of our planet. Children and young adults now days are living in unprecedented times with overstimulation due to devices, social and social media pressures as well as increasing demands from schools and the system. They need all the help they can get to navigate through life and get off to a good start.
On my way back to Nassau this week after 10 weeks in Europe I watched a 2-part documentary on the life of Muhammad Ali called What’s my Name Muhammad Ali produced by HBO. An incredible look into the life of one of the greatest leaders in the 20th and 21st century.
In elite sport, pressure is part of daily life. We can learn a lot from elite athletes on how to perform and deal with the present demands when needed. Pressure is a mindset. It starts with our thinking and self-talk and then moves into our feelings, influencing our communication, behavior and then our results.