24 Jan 2007
Life is about humanity… it is about other people. So, why do we insist on being Lone Rangers… why do we allow ourselves to be plagued with the “Only I can Do It Syndrome”? This program takes you through understanding why team is so important for all of us and how to go from being plagued by the Only I Can Do It Syndrome to having a healthy and vibrant team!
10 Jan 2007
Have you ever wanted something, but your fear of actually getting it stopped you from asking for it? Yes, it sounds a bit crazy, yet we human beings do it all of the time! Anytime we want to change the way something is done or we want something new in our lives it means that we and/or those around us are going to have to change in order for what we want to be incorporated into our lives… and the great majority of us fear change! This program is all about why we’re sometimes afraid of getting what you want and how to get past the question of “What do I do when I get there?”
03 Jan 2007
When it comes to commitment, it is easy to say, “I am going to do this.” Or “Who I am committed to being is this...”, but what actions do you follow those words with? This program is all about going from simply saying you will do something to actually following through on your commitment to do it and the tools you need to put in place in order to ensure that you are your word every time!
The key to getting what you want – doing what you want to do is to 1) know what it is and 2) get whatever is in the way of getting what you want out of the way – which involves getting complete with where you have been and being clear about where you are going. How do you do that?? This program answers this question and more!
20 Dec 2006
We’ve all heard it said: We are often meanest to those we love most, and unfortunately that statement is true. Yet, when it is all said and done, all you have is your family; money can’t hug you, money isn’t going to give you better health, money isn’t going to make you happy. This program addresses why we default to work-work-work and how to get our priorities back in order and asking for accountability to keep them there.