What is first and most important component of success and how do you make sure you have it? Here’s a hint, sometimes you got it and sometimes you don’t.
Yesterday, I had the opportunity to experience an amazing client. And today, I’m going to share what makes an amazing client and how I know success is just a matter of time for them. It’s the first and most important component of success. Watch the video now!
In this video, we’re going to meet a giant that has a very particular and specific appetite. You have definitely battled with this giant but only in 1, 2 or a maximum of 3 areas in your life. Unlike the other giants, this one is very selective in his attacks. This giant is also very old and warnings about him go back to biblical times. This is the giant of laziness. The laziness giant is a tough one to kill. But I know you’re capable and I know you want the best for yourself and your family. I believe in you and you must believe in yourself also! Watch the video now and let’s get into the battle plan for this giant.
Doubt is a momentum killer. Doubt sweeps in and cuts the legs out from under all our best ideas. The seeds of doubt sound like… Should I or shouldn’t I? What happens if…? And the seeds of good strategies, products and services die a silent death.
Watch the video now and learn the strategies to avoid getting tripped up by doubt and get going with the massive improvements in your life or business. Active, mindful, strategies silence the doubts.
In this video, we start a special free video coaching series where I’m going to help teach you how to kill the giants that are keeping you from having business success. The greatest hurdles that keep people from achieving success aren’t physical barriers such as not having enough capital, time or personnel. In fact, it’s the mental and emotional giants that we have given too much power to and through experience I also know that killing these giants isn’t an easy task. It takes a lot of intention and work to get past them. Watch the video now and let’s get prepared to take on these giants together.
“Imagine What You’ll Know Tomorrow” – as a quote from the movie Men in Black. (If you haven’t seen it, go watch it. A great movie.)
In the scene with this quote, Agent K is explaining the reality of aliens on Earth to James (soon to become Agent J).
J just learned about the aliens for the first time – fifteen minutes earlier.
K’s complete quote is:
“1500 years ago, everybody knew the Earth was the center of the Universe. Five hundred years ago, everybody knew the earth was flat. And fifteen minutes ago, you knew that people were alone on this planet.”
“Imagine what you’ll know tomorrow.”
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.
In today’s video, I’m sharing a process for achieving goals and how a story about monks can help guide you. Achieving means change and change can be difficult. First things first, nothing happens without action. So let’s make sure that following this video we convert our thoughts and what we learned into action.
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!