June 11, 2024

Why Most People Fail (and How to Fix It)

What is the number reason why people don’t succeed in reaching their goals?

1. They don’t spend time actually thinking about them. They keep them in their head
2. Because they don’t write them down they can’t give enough time to consider if that goal is what they really want
3. Because they don’t do this that they don’t have a compelling reason for getting a goal

In our first session with our new client on the psychology of personal performance and goal attainment.

It was an enlightening session for the team as we went into the aspect of developing our IDENTITY, of who we wanted to become and why.

As one of the team members said “ this is real deep” and it made them address all the other areas in their life that was either impacting directly or indirectly on their performance.
Another team member mentioned that they goal that they thought was important, realised it wasn’t.

When clients go through this session, often it triggers all types of emotions and often leads to reevaluation of priorities… in a good way.

So what’s the result?
-Clarity is the by product.
-Purpose to actions
-Self responsibility for one’s results

Are you interested in a session that lights the fire in your team?

Book a call with me by clicking here and we can discuss what is involved in developing a Growth Mindset in you or your team.
February 23, 2024

Why do people send mixed messages?

Truth and fact can often become blurred. How do you listen for mixed messages?

The challenge is most people only listen to the words and most of the time take them at FACE VALUE. That is one thing that you need to be aware of

How many times have you thought about something that happened and you categorically thought it was the truth? When people ask you if it actually represents the events accurately and you maintain that you are right. Yet when people are questioned gaps start to appear in their recollection

What most people don't realise is that memory recall is less than perfect. You remember what you want to remember, and the rest gets either forgotten or mixed up with similar memories. When someone categorically states something as being true my first bit of advice is to question and probe to clarify facts. Too often we are influenced by the emotional tone of voice than the fact

You need to understand the difference between a Fact, A Feeling and a Perception.
Facts get clouded by feelings.
Facts get changed by perceptions.
Perceptions get influenced by your emotions.

Feelings can also be expressed by the tone of the voice and body language. Think about when someone reacts with a look of disgust. Is that not a feeling communicated without a word being spoken? The challenge is, you need to be aware of more than you realise.