When I was a child my father would read my favourite bedtime story, The Faraway Tree by Enid Blyton. Each night the story began the same way, I would leave the house, find my way through the dark scary forest and begin my ascent of the faraway tree…
Author: David Wyatt
So, you want to become a high achiever. You’ve always reached for the stars and have your heart set on big goals in the future. Maybe you run a small business, and you’re looking to attract more clients, perhaps you’re ready to move into new territories, or you want to be the next Fortune 500 company …
Ah, self-limiting beliefs, aren’t they irritating? When you think of the human mind, it’s hard not to be amazed. It is capable of producing 50,000 thoughts in one single day. This is fantastic news if every one of those is a positive, life aspiring notion flowing effortlessly through your cerebrum, but what if they’re not?
You know what it’s like, you’ve prepared for a meeting, spent hours writing a presentation or aced a job interview only to arrive on the day with all kinds of unhelpful thoughts running through your head. “What if I mess this up?” “What if they realise, I have no idea what I’m talking about” or “Maybe I don’t belong here?”.
High income skills have never been more important than they are right now. Consider the scenario; you’ve lost your job, you don’t know when your next paycheck will hit your bank account and worst of all it seems that absolutely nobody is hiring. Sound familiar?
We’ve heard before that knowledge is power and when it comes to business, without that knowledge, it is highly unlikely that success will come easy, if at all. Sure, it’s nice to think that we have a one-in-a-million mind that will shake up our industry, but here’s the thing..