You can. I know it’s possible because I am doing that very thing right now.
This past week I attended my quarterly session at Strategic Coach. Strategic Coach is an organization that helps me and many other entrepreneurs and business leaders sharpen our focus and stay on track to accomplish our goals. One of the tools the Strategic Coach team uses is called the Commitment Mindset Maximizer. It’s a simple tool that uses a few carefully worded questions to dig into the areas where you need to make changes.
But more importantly, it helps you put a strategy in place so you can actually make those changes.
On this episode I walk you through the basic questions the Strategic Coach team uses – because I want YOU to be able to turn your biggest frustrations into your greatest opportunities. I want you to increase your productivity and success in every area of your life.
It’s not easy but it’s simple, and today’s episode is going to give you a road map so that you can do it.
You might say that I’m crazy, but you would be wrong. Craig Ballantyne has discovered 3 specific areas that every person can address that will make them better in every area. It’s true. The 3 words that define those areas are Control, Conquer, and Concentrate – and on this episode of Growth to Freedom Craig Ballantyne is going to unpack them for you.
As he does, look carefully at your own life – and be honest. Which of the rules that Craig shares is most difficult for you to swallow? Maybe that’s the area you need to target first. This episode is not meant to give you more content, it’s meant to help you make real change in your life. Take some time, listen, and take action with what you learn..
On today’s show, I’m chatting with my friend Dr Cristy Lopez about the myth we’ve all been told, that you can’t get the things you really want in life unless you go through pain to get there. To be blunt: I don’t buy it.
Why do I have to wait to experience joy and happiness in life simply because I haven’t reached the pinnacle of success that I’m shooting for? And why does the climb to that pinnacle have to be done in pain? It doesn’t! …And on this episode Dr. Lopez and I are going to walk you through why that train of thought is a lie. We’ll introduce you to a 3 step framework (3 questions) that can help you identify the key components you need in order to live your best life now.
More importantly, what would that mean for your customers?
I used to think that sales was difficult. At times I thought to be successful at sales, I’d have to be pushy or overbearing. However, once I began studying the true nature of sales and understanding that it’s about helping people and adding value to their lives, sales has become something I love to do.
You can improve your ability to influence, persuade and sell – and today I’m going to show you how.
Truth be told, I didn’t invent any of this. This episode features insights from the study and trial and error over the last 22 years. In this episode I reveal a relatively simple multi-step process you can put in place to consistently generate more sales.
Playing full out is confidence in who you are and what unique contribution you bring to your industry and the world. It doesn’t matter if you’re providing the same type of things to your niche as others, what matters is YOUR unique approach or spin on the subject. When you get clear on that, you’re able to play full out, with abandon, and make your maximum contribution. It’s your magic that makes it work…
~ Walt Disney
On the other hand, hiding out is what many of us do when we’re afraid, discouraged, or in a down state.
What are we afraid of? Many times it’s dealing with doubt around: “What if I’m not good enough? What if I fail? What if the resources I have are not adequate?”
When we allow those questions to saddle us with fear we play small, we hide out, and miss the opportunity to contribute at our very best!
This episode is aimed to help you ask the questions that can help you identify where you’re at – whether you’re hiding out or playing full out, and what to do to move yourself forward in confidence, certainty, and clarity.