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What You Believe, You Will Achieve

July 9, 2015

Frasier - Fraternal Schwinns Behavior ModificationThe power of the brain is exceptional, it can achieve truly amazing tasks. We know the power of this perhaps best in how focusing on what we fear or don’t want.

In the 2003 hit sitcom TV show Frasier Season 10 Episode 16, Fraternal Schwinns, Frasier must learn to ride a bicycle. In his attempt, he guides the bicycle to every obstacle and inevitably crashes – showcasing how our mind’s focus drives our actions.

Never underestimate the power of your beliefs.  They are programming your brain unconsciously every day of your life.  Countless studies have proven that if you believe you can – or can’t – do something you have a far greater chance of success. For Frasier, he believed he was going to crash. Would he experience a different outcome if he believed he would become an expert bicyclist?

Whatever you believe, you will achieve. If you truly believe in something you are basically telling your brain that it needs to find a way to make it happen and your brain will not let you down. If you don’t believe you can do something then you are unconsciously telling your brain not to achieve it!

Learn to dismiss and change your limiting beliefs; learn how to program new positive beliefs!  The changes you will make will be life changing!

Much has been written about workplace stress and how it can create health risks. The actual health risk isn’t the stress at work but what you believe about the stress at work.  Kelly McGonigal gives a great talk about her ah-ha moment in her work around stress counseling and research in the June 2013 TedTalk, entitled How to Make Stress Your Friend.

There has been a great deal of research conducted on the subject of workplace stress. But there hasn’t been much available around measuring workplace stress – until now. I am very pleased to introduce you to the Workplace Stress Quotient by TTI Success Insights.

This assessment can be administered to a group of individuals and used to create solutions on an individual and group/department basis. This is an excellent tool we’ve added to our arsenal of individual talent and organizational diagnostics tool set (TriMetrix Talent Assessment, DISC, Motivators, 360, organizational culture, team analysis). If you’d like more information, complete the information request form.

Make it a great day! Unless you have other plans.

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