Rod Stewart famously croons about Passion. We all love to see Passion in people and we open this Seminar with “A lot of people ain’t got it.” Earl Nightingale has said, “A great attitude is not the result of success; success is the result of a great attitude.” This should be a passionate section as we talk about how others see us and ways of adding passion to our brand.
In section two, “It’s the Little Things” We delve deep into a concept very well summed up by Colin Powell. “If you are going to achieve excellence in big things, you develop the habit in little matters. Excellence is not an exception; it is a prevailing attitude.” This will be an interactive story-telling section that will help move the needle for your daily habits.
Section three is all about investment. You have made an investment in yourself participating in these sessions and in “Definition of Insanity” We will review how you get out, what you put in. We will also reflect on a powerful quote by Charlie “Tremendous” Jones, “You are the same today as you will be five years from now except for two things. The people you meet and the books you read.” With this, we will focus on the people in your circle and the influences you allow to impact your success.
Halfway through this final seminar in the Manage Yourself to Success series, we take a long hard look in the mirror. “It’s not about what your Mom thinks of you” We pause here to review several key components we have built on from the series. We review, we evaluate, we update goals and add additional habits to focus on. As we learned in seminar one, our path to success is constantly changing and we learn to change with it. This segment brings together much of what we’ve learned so far together.
You should now be prepared to go to war for yourself. Our next section calls on you to make a personal commitment to yourself and to strive to stretch yourself. In “At 212 degrees Water boils” we discuss why you should push for the extra degree and how you can do it every day. As told in the exceptional book by Sam Parker and Mac Anderson, “At 211 degrees, water is hot. At 212 degrees, it boils.” We will share together what that extra degree means to each of us.
We finish our time together with one of my favorite stories in “Honda or Tesla” Where we will analyze the importance of believing in ourselves and in the urgency to follow our calling. Treat your growth like it’s your business and strive for that Passion for Success.
“Passion for Success” promises to be a fun, relaxed approach filled with stories, ideas, and best practices from over 30 years of helping others take their growth to unprecedented levels.
We begin by discovering the daily habits that build confidence on our walk from good to great.
We examine a practical approach of transforming our passions into increasing our value.
We tackle the obstacles that often impede our personal growth. We begin to see how close we actually are to achieving our goals.
We conclude our Seminar Series by gaining a complete understanding of what separates us from Good to Great.