How to Become Faster Than Google
By John Whitt on April 13, 2019 in Clarity, Efficiency
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Irrational behavior is never fun to deal with. Unfortunately, it can come from all different directions. Could be a friend, an employee, a family member, heck…it could even be you. The key is to know not only how to deal with it, but how to prevent it.
Watch the video now and discover the ABC’s of dealing with irrational behavior. This process is recorded in a three-column table.
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Watch the video now and find out what the four actions YOU can take for achieving your goals are. I’m also going to share three critical steps for identifying actions to take, so pay close attention. And make sure to leave a comment, I’d love to hear from you!
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Would you like to know a process for breaking through to goals you’ve never reached before? What about big crazy goals? In today’s video I share a proven process for identifying and breaking down the barriers that keep so many floundering in the same old patterns and results. Breakthrough and live your dreams. Watch the […]
This week I’m sharing a story on how I found my phone. How I lost it is one of the dumbest decisions I’ve made in a long time. And while I hope you find the story entertaining, because we all make mistakes, after all we’re human, there is one uber mistake that transcends them all and can actually kill your hopes and dreams. I’ll share how to make sure you stay away from that mistake at the end of the video.
Today’s video provides a one question starting point for defining your purpose and propelling you to greater energy, power and inspiration.
Studies show that Entrepreneurship is the FASTEST path to Financial Independence. And it’s not financial independence just for you. It’s for your family. It’s for the one’s that matter most. When I started my own practice in 2010 I remember some friends congratulating me and others telling me I was foolish and that it was too hard to run a business especially in California. But my purpose was bigger. Watch the video now and find your purpose!
Getting unstuck and really breaking through with your business can be a challenge at times. Sometimes we don’t even realize what got us stuck in the first place and running a successful business is no easy task.
The solution is goal setting. But goal setting isn’t about what you already know. It’s about doing something you haven’t done before. Goal setting is about what you want to achieve. It’s not something you have achieved before. If you only work on what you already know how to do, you will continue to get the results you are already receiving.
Re-program your mind to focus on what you want to achieve. You can think about “How” after you figure out “What”. It’s a simple rule “Don’t let how get in the way of what”.
Planning is a hugely valuable process in the success model. In this video, I’m going to share six key benefits you receive from having the right plan.
Without a focus on anticipated results… anything could happen and frequently does. Teams can’t cooperate without a coordinated plan. It’s every person for themselves. No house gets built without a set of blueprints.