With the Spark 101 - 'How to Think' Reading List, I help you begin down the path of correcting your thinking. Once you can think correctly, you can take correct actions and achieve the results you want.
The 1st group often accomplish a lot but their long-term happiness is often low. The 2nd group are often found to be happier but continually lack peace of mind because they could have "done more" with their life. Both of these groups are disconcerting lack happiness.
This is when you abandon goals and a.) run for your life or b.) take out the lion. Whatever you most equipped for. Side note: this exact situation is why I encourage all my clients to begin with fitness!
In actuality, you are afraid that it will work, so you are just avoiding it. Now, being busy with work is, I gotta' grant you, a fairly good excuse. I mean, who's gonna give you grief for being diligently at the helm?
For those who are giving less than their best to their goals, I have found that they are holding onto this erroneous belief. Take this piece of advice: toss the myth of talent into the garbage. It doesn't help you perform your best.
What is the best advice you ever received when it came to success at your goals? Marissa tells me that the advice that I recite the most is: Early is on time. On time is late. And late? Doesn’t happen. I had to learn that from Terry a long time ago. That advice has led […]
Don’t think that pros make mistakes like you do? As John Maxwell would say, pros fail their way to success. Here is a nice video clip of the best professional athletes botching, dropping, failing their way to success. Some of the clips are painful to watch. Some are too embarrassing to not watch. Keep it […]
My idea that I had invested at least an hour in which was going to be the premise for my next book; blown to bits. After picking the shrapnel of my ego off the walls of the room, I thought about how much this affected me.
That is the name of my company. Why did I name it this? What the heck does it mean? I knew that my message to the world is that they can be sparked. They can get lit on an idea, a goal, that catches them on fire from the inside out.
I have had several people (clients, Spark Citizens, and other trainers) ask what my exact routine is like. I thought that, for a "day in the life" I could share my typical morning routine. This is the coveted time of discipline. As my morning goes, so goes the rest of the day.
I recently put on a training at Keller Williams and used a Spark tool that we have been using for some time. The group received the Grid of Success fairly well. In fact, they received it better than most new Spark Citizens who get the free Spark Journey Toolkit and simply download it. So, I […]
A day in the life of a trainer. Since its the 1st of the month, I spend some time preparing what I need to do for the entire month. Here is a snapshot of my calendar. There are some serious leaks and sneak peaks going on here. Although, if you are already a #SparkCitizen, you […]