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A Keynote on Hierarchy versus Networking

A keynote on the highly sought after topic of achieving maximum results from your team through leadership strategies, leadership styles and motivation tools.

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You Are Extraordinary! – Identifying Your Special Talents and Abilities

December 16, 2009 2 comments

In 1967, Dr. Thomas A. Harris, a practicing psychiatrist in California, wrote a groundbreaking book that was destined to become a best-seller. On its jacket cover, it is described as “a fresh, sensible, increasingly popular approach to the problems that every human being faces every day in his relations with himself and others. Transactional Analysis,” it explains, “is a new break-through, one that confronts the individual with the fact that he is (we all are) responsible for what happens in the future, no matter what has happened in the past.” The title of the book is,  I’M OK — — YOU’RE OK.

I cannot argue with Dr. Thomas’ essential premise. Anyone familiar with my work knows that the principle of self-responsibility lies at the core of my teachings. Yet I do argue with the title of his book (while recognising that it was designed as a catchy slogan, not a descriptor of the author’s beliefs). You are not merely OK. You are extraordinary!

This is another fundamental principle. As we stated in our first session, you have special talents and abilities that you can use to achieve all your goals in life. If you are serious about taking charge of your life, about achieving your goals, about making your life a work of art, you must discover what these special talents and abilities are, and then commit yourself to honing them into a fine, precision instrument.

There are five clues that will help you in this process of self-discovery. When you are engaged in an activity in which you are drawing on your special talents and abilities: Read more…

Mindstorming – Powerful Method to Pull You Towards Your Goals

November 29, 2009 2 comments

By now, you are thoroughly familiar with the art of Goal Setting and the utilisation of affirmations in accelerating your progress toward achievement of your goals. The practice of writing your goals daily drives them deep into your subconscious mind. Whenever you program a goal or a problem into your subconscious mind in this way and then release it, it is transferred to your super conscious mind, which goes to work to manifest the goal, drawing on all of your knowledge and experience as well as all of the intelligence, ideas and knowledge that has ever existed or that will ever exist.

The affirmation process – clearly writing your goal(s) using a positive statement in the present tense and ensuring that it is personal (i.e. it must commence with the word “I”) – is another powerful way to imprint your goals on your subconscious mind. The subconscious mind will then pass your goal(s) to your super conscious mind, which will automatically and continuously solve every problem and offer solutions to every challenge on the way to your goal(s). It will attract the people and the resources required to achieve your goal(s). Read more…