Oh, the Wisdom in the Room . . .

WisdomMy New Inner Circle MasterMind is coming together very nicely indeed.

We’ve had an orientation training (now recorded) and our first MasterMind meeting is next week. We’ve set members up with bonuses, a long list of resources and plugged them into the network.

And the talent, experience, wisdom and intelligence represented is truly amazing.

We have published authors, a networking expert, a small business consultant, a life coach, a Forex trader, an attorney, sales trainer, an engineer, a doctor, financial planner, a martial arts expert, and more.

Imagine having all this expertise available to you in achieving your most important goals and objectives. Knowing you can share your challenges, ask questions, and bounce ideas off from these people as you create your best year yet is truly priceless.

We’ve not closed Inner Circle yet, but we will soon. There’s still a chance for you to participate at a VERY nominal monthly fee.

It’s all explained on this page . . .

And if you were not on the Webinar or have not listened to the replay of “How to Stay Focused All Year Like it Was the First of January”, you can still do so—although that too is scheduled to come down in just a few days. Click here to access . . .

I would love the opportunity to help you each week as you design, create and live your best life. The networking, the ideas, the resources, the connections and the PROGRESS will be exceptional.

You really can’t afford to miss out on all this has to offer. See for yourself on this page . . .

Make it a great day—and a great YEAR, with my Inner Circle MasterMind.

P.S.: I promise to inspire, motivate and challenge you throughout 2014. Join us. It’ll be fun—and you will wonder how you ever tried to go it alone.

P.P.S: Oh, do you know why all these people are going to help you get what you want? Because you’re going to help them get what THEY want.
It’s all explained on this page . . .

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    I have been a reluctant , often prodigal member of SuccessNet for several years.(Mostly a series of health challenges!)
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  5. April 7th, 2014 at 11:59 | #5

    Thanks so much for your kind words, Jamie.
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What’s Your Theme for 2014?

I usually have a theme for each year—something catchy and memorable to keep me focused on my most important goals.

And this year’s is the same as last year’s: “Lean and Green in 2014”. I’m lighter, earning more and helping others earn more than a year ago, but it’s still my focus. And because I’m committed to helping even more people generate more income, freedom and confidence, “Lean and Green” still works.

What’s your theme for this year? What would you like it to be?

Having a yearly theme has worked well for me and the many others whom I’ve recommended it to. And it will work for you.

We all need more focus and concentration. It’s the 2nd C of The 3C Formula (see The Achievement Code: The 3C Formula for Getting What You Truly Want). In fact, if you can accomplish your top goals without a lot of focus and intention, you probably don’t have very big goals. If so, you may want to re-evaluate.

All you have to do is select your top one or two goals and make them into a theme. It doesn’t even have to rhyme like mine ;-) .

Let me know what your theme is for 2014. You can comment on this post below or comment on our FaceBook Fan Page.

PS: If you didn’t see my brief article on listing your Tolerations for elimination, it’s on our home page.

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  3. March 18th, 2014 at 23:38 | #8

    I was convinced to add to the feedback as the article really stirred up some feelings within me.

    Maybe these issues can be applied across other areas too, such as the
    professional cleaning sector.

    These kind of issues need to be discussed at a higher level
    and get sorted once and for all.

    Oh well, back to cleaning my home I suppose, but I did enjoy this article immensely.

  4. April 7th, 2014 at 11:38 | #9

    I have been a reluctant , often prodigal member of SuccessNet for several years.(Mostly a series of health challenges!)
    Michael -and Dawn -always been gracious and helpful-let alone patient with my progress- and always there when I get back on track!
    The 3 C’s are part of the example they set for ‘divergent thinkers’ like me!
    I am looking forward to making ‘best use” of SN resources once again!

  5. April 7th, 2014 at 11:59 | #10

    Thanks so much for your kind words, Jamie.
    We appreciate your appreciation ;-)

What’s Your Problem? Are You Sure?

Solving the REAL ProblemIt’s often said that very few people have clearly defined goals. I agree. And I also think that very few people are clear on what their problems actually are—the ones that stand in the way of those loosely defined goals. They might complain about what they perceive as the problem and they may even diligently work on solving it. But in my 35 plus years working with business owners and leaders, it’s rare to find that they have the problem clearly identified and unambiguously articulated.

Charles Kettering said, “A problem clearly stated is a problem half-solved.” The way we define the problem has a lot to do with how we approach the solution. Many times a re-definition will work wonders on opening new and different possibilities.

Working on solving a problem when it’s not really the problem will almost always create poor results. It might even be worse than doing nothing at all.

To get clear, we usually need to challenge our premises, drill deeper into what the problem is really about, and make sure we have it identified and properly and effectively defined it. Only then can we achieve elegant results.

Jack Sparrow ProblemAn erroneous belief of and a misunderstanding of the actual problem is a large and very common situation. So is an unproductive attitude or belief. Captain Jack Sparrow, the lead character in the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, used the line, “The problem is not the problem. The problem is your attitude about the problem.” Since he was a pirate, he most likely stole or paraphrased the line. But it does have some real truth in it.

We all have problems—some big, some small. And in most cases we must resolve them. In fact, that’s what we get paid to do. A business exists to provide for the needs and wants of its clients. It’s just another way of saying the business solves problems. As an employee, you’re paid to solve problems, too. But I’m guessing few people think of their jobs that way. And yet the better off you are at solving problems, the more value you bring to the marketplace.

So what are your biggest challenges? Are they truly the problems you think them to be? I would challenge you to question that. If you’ve been in a committed relationship for more than a few months, you’ve probably figured out that you rarely, if ever, fight about the things you think you’re fighting about. It’s almost always something deeper. And when you get to the real issue, it’s much easier to solve. It’s the same with understanding the real problem.

This idea of trying to solve wrongly defined problems and having erroneous beliefs and attitudes about them is a big subject indeed.

So on Tuesday, December 10th at 3 PM ET, I’m conducting a live training on how to identify, define and solve problems. It’s called Solving the REAL Problem.

I know you’ll find it helpful. And I’m confident it can make a big difference in helping you design, create and live your best life. In fact, I guarantee it.

Go to this page to learn more and register for this thought-provoking, problem-solving experience.

And I’ll give all attendees who qualify something worth in excess of $500.

When you register, we’ll make sure you get access not only to the live webinar, but also the recording in case you’re not able to be on the call live.
See more here . . .

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