Success Philosophy

The first essential step in the Success Bullseye has to do with your definition of success, and more specifically, your personal Success Philosophy.

We are all operating under a philosophy of success, whether we are consciously aware of it, or not.  As we begin our work together, we will identify your Success Philosophy and determine whether it’s supporting you, or holding you back.

Here are some of my favorite definitions and quotes on Success;

I learned early in life that success isn’t so much about reaching the top, success is about how high you bounce when you hit the bottom”  ~  General Norman Schwartzkopf

Every day above ground is a good day”  ~  Og Mandino

“Most great people have attained their greatest success just one step beyond their greatest failure.~  Napoleon Hill

“Success is doing ordinary things extraordinarily well.” ~  Jim Rohn

“Success is the progressive realization of a worthy ideal.”  ~  Earl Nightingale

Habits

The next step in the Success Bullseye begins with “H”, for Habits.

The Greek philosopher Aristotle said, “We are what we repeatedly do…excellence then, is not an act, but a habit.”

Every day, we are faced with choices as we work to achieve our goals.

But we don’t always make the right choices, do we?

It’s quite common for us to say we want certain things, like more money, more success, or great health – and then we question ourselves as to why our actions seem to be in total opposition to what we say we want!

And most of the time, the negative effects of poor habits don’t always show up right away, so we fail to recognize their impact or cost until it’s too late, and they’ve taken root.

When you apply the principles that you’ll be learning in the Success Bullseye, you’ll discover the secret to replacing any unproductive, success-inhibiting habits with new, supportive, empowering habits!

You will also learn how to develop and master the Six Secret “Mental Muscles” that are responsible for the highest levels of achievement and success!

Other People/Associations

Our next step in the Success Bullseye begins with the letter “O”, which stands for Other People (your Associations).

All significant achievements in life require the assistance and cooperation of other people.  Upgrading your associations is a critical component for living a successful and fulfilling life.

It’s been said that our income, lifestyle, and attitude are the average of the five people that we spend the majority of our time with…

(And if that statement seems discouraging, take heart my friend… It’s actually great news!)

Because upgrading your associations does not have to be as challenging as it might initially seem.

As a member of the S.H.O.O.P. community, you will have exclusive, back-stage access to some of the most talented, amazingly successful, achievement-driven people on the planet!

And you’ll learn dynamic new methods for making new connections, leveraging your existing associations, and adding value to all of your personal and business relationships.

Outlook

As we continue our journey to the center of the Success Bullseye, we come to the second “O”, which stands for Outlook.

Developing an optimistic outlook is the magic ingredient to becoming your best.

Your Outlook, or attitude, can be described as the composite of all of your thoughts, feelings, and actions.

In Shaun Achor’s excellent book, ‘The Happiness Advantage”, he discovered that only about 25% of your future success can be predicted by your education and knowledge base.

The other 75% of your success is affected by three other critical factors.

Would you like to know what those three critical factors are?

The first is your level of Optimism, which we will define as your Outlook.

In the Success Bullseye, you will learn the latest, most effective strategies for elevating your levels of optimism while further developing your positive mental attitude.

We will also unlock the other two critical factors mentioned above.

Purpose

The final step in the Success Bullseye begins with “P”, for Purpose.

It is in the center of the target, because it is really the most important element of all.

My own personal definition of Purpose is;  My contribution to my family, to my clients, to the greater good, and to future generations, while intentionally and consistently investing my time in activities that make me feel good.

In the Success Bullseye, we will work to uncover your unique Purpose, and if you already have an awareness of what it is, we will help you to further clarify and live from that purpose with more passion, enthusiasm, and frequency.

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