Kevin Kelly, internationally acclaimed motivational speaker, set the goal of writing a best selling book even though he had consistently received poor grades in English, had no publisher and indeed no hope according to some. He passionately believes that the thinking behind his goals is what is required to survive the current environment.
“We need to not just THINK differently but DO differently to build our business for the long term.”
Kevin provides us with a “how to” of thinking and doing differently – to achieve your best year ever:
- Thinking precedes — excellence. With the correct thinking the doors to possibility are opened. Stanford University recently stated that the single most important factor that strong leaders posses is self-awareness. If you understand yourself, you can make correct choices for yourself that will lead to your ultimate happiness.
- Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is — everywhere. For instance, have you interacted with someone recently concerning a particular topic only to find that their response was about an entirely different topic? Experiences such as that give you a sense of the great amount of ADD hindering our communications daily.
- To design the life you want — you must realize that the changes needed are within yourself. YOU are the problem, YOU are the solution. You are responsible for your own happiness. Continually returning to old familiar patterns and/or habits out of fear will only keep you running in place, unable to reach your goals. If it isn’t working, why are you returning to it?
- Like attracts — like. People attract like minded individuals to themselves. If you change the way you think, you will change the experiences, people, personality types and opportunities that are drawn to you over time. A simple shift of perspective can literally change your entire life and all of your future experiences.
- Five year olds are in the — genius group. They have already achieved the most amazing things they’ll ever accomplish in their life. They’ve learned to walk, talk and retain 80% of the words necessary to communicate daily. By the age of 25, only 2% of us are left in that group. This is an example of how we tend to loose those abilities which are not encouraged and developed within us over the years of time.
Kevin’s insights are priceless and the information he shares can literally help you begin to shift your perspective and start initiating changes necessary to lead you to the ultimate life you want.
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