Learn how to achieve your deepest desires

We are all aware of how our fears drive us but few have any clue about how the pull of pleasures really works. Have the people who amassed the greatest fortune really driven themselves from the compulsion of survival?

Many coaches say their job is to ‘keep your feet to the fire’ that is remind you of the fire and keep the survival instinct switched on. I know to achieve greatness takes something else. Can you imagine Bill Gates was in perpetual struggle? No!

Then there is the positive thinking crowd and the elusive ‘Secret’. But most of you equally know that plastering your walls with goal boards and photo’s of lives unattainable isn’t working either. You need a much more intrinsic personalized pleasure to achieve greatness. Pleasures that are an expression of your real personality fit into
your belief system and are lived with love.

In a recent speech to a group of students on my role models, Warren Buffet said:

“I may have more money than you, but money doesn’t make the difference. If there is any difference between you and me, it may simply be that I get up and have a chance to do what I love to do, every day. If you learn anything from me, this is the best advice I can give you.”

I invite you to understand the Emotions in Selling program. Get your own copy of the DVD’s or book your team for a personalized training process to understand what specifically motivates your prospects and how to use that consciously to close deals.

If you want to uncover your own motivation triggers email me for a Coaching plan on: maya@salesinventoryprofile.com

It’s fun to play games together

We played a fabulous family game on one Saturday afternoon  recently. We’re a game playing family. Amongst our recent favourites is Uno (a classic) Tri-Domino’s (travels well) and Dragonology (world’s most complex game
for the under 100’s).

Saturday was a mum favourite; ‘Clean the Fridge’. Luckily Luke, Mr almost 11 who is good at cleaning, is capable of turning everything
into a competition!

Game on!

The rules:

Clear kitchen bench top and dining room table

Remove everything from refrigerator door to bench top

Remove contents of each shelf to different corner of the dining room  table

Remove shelves to sink for mum to wash

Dry shelves

Luke to return shelves to original position (Luke’s also good at fine details and loves the puzzle of making things fit). See photo….mum asks; can I help? Luke answers; NO I’m not giving up.

Total game time: 30 minutes! Wahoo!