Wednesday, April 24, 2019

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"Success is 80% psychology and 20% mechanics. My team of Peak Performance Strategists will show you how to turn your average producers into superstars." 
- Tony Robbins 

I didn't compile the following yet it is the philosophy that I believe in

“Your beliefs become your thoughts, 
Your thoughts become your words, 
Your words become your actions, 
Your actions become your habits, 
Your habits become your values, 
Your values become your destiny.”


― Gandhi




Amazing Lessons from Peak Performance Coach Tony Robbins

source - https://www.dumblittleman.com/7-amazing-lessons-from-tony-robbins/ 
Written on 2/17/2010 by Mr. Self Development, a motivational author that offers a practical guide to success and wealth; support him by visiting his blog at mrselfdevelopment.com


  • Focus
“ONE REASON SO FEW OF US ACHIEVE WHAT WE TRULY WANT IS THAT WE NEVER DIRECT OUR FOCUS; WE NEVER CONCENTRATE OUR POWER. MOST PEOPLE DABBLE THEIR WAY THROUGH LIFE, NEVER DECIDING TO MASTER ANYTHING IN PARTICULAR.”
Nothing is more critical than focus. If you fail to reach your goal, it is because somewhere along the way your focus was “broken.” Focus is power; a focused person can accomplish more than 100 individuals who are merely interested.
  • Realize That Decisions Decide Destinies
    “IT’S NOT WHAT’S HAPPENING TO YOU NOW OR WHAT HAS HAPPENED IN YOUR PAST THAT DETERMINES WHO YOU BECOME. RATHER, IT’S YOUR DECISIONS ABOUT WHAT TO FOCUS ON, WHAT THINGS MEAN TO YOU, AND WHAT YOU’RE GOING TO DO ABOUT THEM THAT WILL DETERMINE YOUR ULTIMATE DESTINY.” 
More than anything else, your decisions decide your future. Its how you play the cards that you’ve been dealt that matters most. Decisions decide destinies! The decision to further pursue your education, the decision on who you marry, the decision to start your own business, the decision to just sit around and make excuses; your life is a result of the decisions that you’ve made.
  • Recognize the Path to Success 
“THE TRUTH OF THE MATTER IS THAT THERE’S NOTHING YOU CAN’T ACCOMPLISH IF: (1) YOU CLEARLY DECIDE WHAT IT IS THAT YOU’RE ABSOLUTELY COMMITTED TO ACHIEVING, (2) YOU’RE WILLING TO TAKE MASSIVE ACTION, (3) YOU NOTICE WHAT’S WORKING OR NOT, AND (4) YOU CONTINUE TO CHANGE YOUR APPROACH UNTIL YOU ACHIEVE WHAT YOU WANT, USING WHATEVER LIFE GIVES YOU ALONG THE WAY.”
Wow, what a quote! This is the path to success.
Anybody can make excuses and say “you have to be lucky to succeed,” but the truth is, we all have the power to succeed, however, we’re all not willing to do what it takes to succeed (that’s the difference). Most prefer to sit on the sideline, or play Monday morning quarterback.
  • Raise Your Standard 
“ANY TIME YOU SINCERELY WANT TO MAKE A CHANGE, THE FIRST THING YOU MUST DO IS TO RAISE YOUR STANDARDS. WHEN PEOPLE ASK ME WHAT REALLY CHANGED MY LIFE EIGHT YEARS AGO, I TELL THEM THAT ABSOLUTELY THE MOST IMPORTANT THING WAS CHANGING WHAT I DEMANDED OF MYSELF. I WROTE DOWN ALL THE THINGS I WOULD NO LONGER ACCEPT IN MY LIFE, ALL THE THINGS I WOULD NO LONGER TOLERATE, AND ALL THE THINGS THAT I ASPIRED TO BECOMING. IF YOU DON’T SET A BASELINE STANDARD FOR WHAT YOU’LL ACCEPT IN LIFE, YOU’LL FIND IT’S EASY TO SLIP INTO BEHAVIORS AND ATTITUDES OR A QUALITY OF LIFE THAT’S FAR BELOW WHAT YOU DESERVE.”
In life, you get what you accept and what you expect. What do you expect from yourself? Do you expect to be average; do you expect to live an average life or to have an average job? What are you accepting? Are you accepting living paycheck to paycheck? Are you accepting barely getting along?
To succeed you must raise your standard, you must begin to see yourself differently.
  • Major in Major Things 
“MOST PEOPLE FAIL IN LIFE BECAUSE THEY MAJOR IN MINOR THINGS.”
Give your time and attention to what matters most. Dedicate your life to doing big things; leave the little things to someone else. Learn to think big, to act big, and your life will take on a new direction.
Major in major things!
  • Do What You Know To Do 
“YOU SEE, IN LIFE, LOTS OF PEOPLE KNOW WHAT TO DO, BUT FEW PEOPLE ACTUALLY DO WHAT THEY KNOW. KNOWING IS NOT ENOUGH! YOU MUST TAKE ACTION.”
Chances are you already have enough information to dramatically transform your life from the inside-out; you’re just not putting that information into action. It’s not enough to possess the knowledge, you must act on what you know in order to change your destiny.
  • Learn to Follow the Leader
    “IF YOU WANT TO BE SUCCESSFUL, FIND SOMEONE WHO HAS ACHIEVED THE RESULTS YOU WANT AND COPY WHAT THEY DO AND YOU’LL ACHIEVE THE SAME RESULTS.” 
There’s no sense in re-creating the wheel. Find someone who’s succeeding and do what they did. If it worked for them, it will work for you. Follow the leader, think like the leader, act as the leader, and you will become the leader!



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A proven three-step process for creating lasting change will help your team quickly identify what's holding them back from reaching their true potential and empower them to close the gap from where they are to where they want to be. 
 

STRATEGY

Most people think of success as simply finding the right strategy. Here’s the truth, there are a million strategies out there, the key is finding the most effective strategy for your team – what works for some may not work for you. We will challenge your team to break through limitations and create a strategic plan for results and absolute success. Everyone has a business plan, but if you fail to plan strategically, you have planned to fail. And failure is simply not an option.
 

ACTIVITY

The very things that brought your company to where it is, won’t take it to the next level. Take a look at your team. How many calls are being made daily? What percentage of those calls close deals? Are you generating referrals? Are those referrals converting to new clients? How would you rate your team’s customer service? The truth is, most people know what to do, but they aren’t effectively applying what they know. It’s time for you to take your employees from “knowing what to do” to actually doing it. By applying our strategies, you and your team will learn how to optimize time and effort in order to maximize and yield even greater results. 
 

MINDSET

Did you know that 80% of success in business depends on your mindset? Failure breeds failure. Success breeds success. If you start with a belief system that stresses what you can’t do, as a result, you will have only tapped into a limited amount of your potential – diminishing your results. In order to take your business to the next level, your team must have a shift in psychology. That shift happens with us. Our strategy is a proven system that will motivate, empower and ignite that winning fire in each and every one of your employees. Bring about real change in your organization and create a championship mindset that translates into powerful action, where your team is working harder and smarter – totally invested in becoming its best.


Did you know...

  • More than 80% of salespeople miss their sales goals.
  • The average salesperson makes two attempts to contact prospects, while 85% of sales are made after the fifth contact.
  • 70% of sales go to the first salesperson to contact the prospect.
  • 90% of your sales come from 25% of your sales force.
  • Only 8% of salespeople ask for referrals.

 

Ask yourself...

What are these habits costing you and your business?

Friday, March 1, 2019

Support me I will he on the Show Hashtags today / Saturday at 16:00 on eExtra channel 105 on OpenView & 195 on DStv . Rerun Sunday 10:45 Monday 8:30 Facebook http://bit.ly/2NB5HTo Please tell your friends and your family let everyone watch http://bit.ly/2T6um8m
Listen to my own show on Radio​ -  -Cobus Visser and  - Bennie Keen  Ripple Stereo – An exciting new Internet Radio Station Launching 2 March 2019 for old and young. Ripple Stereo is here to entertain and inform the community. We are independent so we can play and talk about what YOU want to hear. We offer an alternative to mainstream radio and commercial radio stations with our distinctive blend of music and speech programming. You'll hear soul, jazz, reggae, blues, house, RnB, hip-hop, funk, Country etc. - presented by people with a genuine passion for the music they play. You can also send in a request, each presenter will give the listeners his or her Wapp number so you can send in any requests or a voice note. Tune in on 2 March 2019, for a fun-filled music day with some awesome presenters – ensuring lots of laughter and feel good vibes. Follow our Facebook page to be notified how and where to tune in Saturday... Ripple Stereo- Internet Radio https://ecs.page.link/zcFm Ripple Stereo is your neighbor, your co-worker and your friend. Itunes -  https://ecs.page.link/DsYe #onair #radio #OnAir #studio ​ #music #itunes #artist #musician #podcast #spotify

Friday, January 11, 2019

Advies aan my seuns #Tiaan en #Wihan Visser Baie lief en trots op jul 2 Hier is paar lesse wat ek wil he jul moet lees en toepas om mooi gentleman te word eendag 1: Hande in broeksakke kan nie gee of ontvang nie. 2: Staan op as jy iemand met die hand groet. 3: Bedank ñ veteraan, al verskil jy dalk van sy sienswyse, hy was daar, jy nie. 4: Wees soos ñ eend; kalm bo al trap jy verwoed water onder. 5: Musiek op die strand? Jy mis die punt. 6: Respekteer die braaier, dit is waar elke man ñ beurt kry om koning te wees. 7: Moenie die perfekte vrou najaag nie, wees net die perfekte man. 8: ñ Netjiese baadjie spreuk ñ 1000 woorde: hande wat harde werk wys spreuk boekdele. 9: Skryf gerus daardie kwaai en lelike kommentaar, lees dit en vee dit uit. 10: Jy is nie die eerste seun op aarde nie, maar elke nuwe ding is jou eerste, koester dit. 11: Skryf jou drome neer. 12: Begin die dag met ñ oefening en strek. 13: Flos. Elke. Dag. 14: Wees altyd mooi met jou ma. Sy is die moeder van my seun. 15: Lag. Lag uit jou hart uit, vir jouself, saam ander, maar nooit vir ander. 16: Wees die eerste om met die nuwe maatjie te gesels. 17: Vra daardie sexy meisie uit, hoekom nie?. 18: Leer jag, leer visvang, leer surfing, leer om te oorleef: Dit is waar jy God sal ontmoet en lief kry. 19: Gooi die vis terug. Vir jou seun. 20: Plant ñ boom. 21: Speel games met jou ma, sy sal jou nie laat wen nie. 22: Groet altyd eerste. 23: Moet nooit val vir groepsdruk nie. 24: Hou jou helde verantwoordelik vir hulle dade. 25: Lees Lees Lees en los die iphone daar is mag in Kennis 26. Spandeer Tyd saam God 27. Vergewe my, jou pa, ek leer ook maar nog om die beste pa en man te wees. 28. Volg jul drome 29. Klim n berg uit dalk Kilimanjaro en plant n vlag vir ons 30. Travel die wereld voor julle settle en kinders kry 31. Leer ander tale  32. ..... Liefde jul pa CobusVisser  \S/

Thursday, December 27, 2018

The bad habits you should give up if you want to be successful Zdravko Cvijetic By Zdravko CvijeticD

Sometimes, to become successful and to get closer to the person we know we can become, we don’t need to add more things to our lives—we need to give up on some of them.
There are certain things that are almost universal. These things, if you give them up, will help you become more successful (even though each one of us could and probably should have a different definition of success.)
Some of them you can give up today, while others might take a bit longer. As the years draws thankfully to a close, it’s worth thinking about what aspects and habits of our lives we should let go of in 2017.

1. Give up on the unhealthy lifestyle

“Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.”— Jim Rohn
To achieve anything in life you need to start with your body. Before you can take care of anything else, you have to take care of your health. On a basic level, these are the two things you need to keep in mind:
1. Healthy diet 2. Physical activity
These might seem like small steps, but you will thank yourself later. Believe me.

2. Give up the short-term mindset

“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” — Mae West
Successful people set long-term goals, and they know that these aims will only be achieved through short-term habits that need to be observed and maintained every day.
These healthy habits shouldn’t be something you do; they should be something you are. There is a difference between: “Working out to have summer body” and “Working out because that’s who you are.”

3. Give up playing small

“Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people will not feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. It is not just in some of us; it is in everyone, and as we let our light shine, we unconsciously give others permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”—Marianne Williamson
If you never try to take the big, bold opportunities, or trust enough in yourself to allow your dreams to become reality, you will never realise your full potential.
This means, in turn, that the world will never benefit from what you could have achieved. So voice your ideas, don’t be afraid to fail, and certainly don’t be afraid to succeed.

4. Give up your excuses

“It’s not about the cards you’re dealt, but how you play the hand.”―Randy Pausch
Successful people know that they alone are ultimately responsible for their actions in life, no matter their starting point, weaknesses, or past failures.
Realizing that you are responsible for what happens next is both frightening and exciting. But it’s also the best way that you can reach success. Excuses limit and prevent us from growing personally and professionally. Own your life; no one else is going to do it for you.

5. Give up the fixed mindset

“The future belongs to those who learn more skills and combine them in creative ways.”―Robert Greene
In a fixed mindset, people believe that their intelligence and talents are fixed traits. Thus, so this line of logic goes, talent alone creates success — without effort.
This is wrong. And successful people know this is wrong. Instead of assuming talent will automatically create opportunities, successful people invest an immense amount of time developing a growth mindset, acquiring new knowledge, and learning new skills.
Remember, who you are today is not who you have to be tomorrow.

6. Give up believing in the “magic bullet”

“Every day, in every way, I’m getting better and better” — Émile Coué
Overnight success is a myth.
Successful people know that making small continuous improvement every day, will be compounded over time, and give them desired results. That’s why you should always plan for the future but focus on the day ahead of you. Even improving a tiny percentage each day will add up over time. Be patient and trust in the process (and yourself).

7. Give up your perfectionism

“Shipping beats perfection.” — Kahn Academy’s Development Mantra
Nothing will ever be perfect, no matter how hard we try.
Fear of failure (or even fear of success) often prevents us from taking action, and putting our creation out there in the world. But a lot of opportunities will be lost if we wait for things to be right.
So, “ship,”and then improve (that 1%).

8. Give up multi-tasking

“You will never reach your destination if you stop and throw stones at every dog that barks.”—Winston S. Churchill
Successful people know this. That’s why they choose one thing and then beat it into submission. Whether it’s a business idea, a conversation, or a workout, focusing all your efforts on a single task will pay dividends.
This doesn’t mean that you can’t start and complete multiple tasks overall. But beingfully present and committed to one taskat a time is indispensable.

9. Give up your need to control everything

“Some things are up to us, and some things are not up to us.” — Epictetus
Differentiating these two is important.
Detach from the things you cannot control, and focus on the ones you can. Everyone needs a reminder that sometimes, the only thing you will be able to control is your own attitude. This isn’t always a fun realization, but it’s an important one.
And remember, nobody can be frustrated while saying “bubbles” in an angry voice.

10. Give up saying yesto things that don’t support your goals

“He who would accomplish little must sacrifice little; he who would achieve much must sacrifice much; he who would attain highly must sacrifice greatly.” — James Allen
Successful people know this that to accomplish their goals, they will sometimes have to say noto tasks, activities, and demands from friends, family, and colleagues.
On a short-term basis, this might force you to sacrifice your desire for instant gratification. But when your goals come to fruition, the monetary frustrations will all be worth it.

11. Give up the toxic people

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.”―Jim Rohn
The people we spend the most time with help mold us into our future selves.
We must surround ourselves with people who make us better, both in our personal and professional lives. Don’t waste time with those who are trying to drag us down or who are content with the status quo. Instead, you should be seeking out people who exemplify the traits and successes you want in your own life. If you surround yourself with people who are more advanced than you, no matter how challenging it might feel at first, you will be more successful. Don’t let your pride hold you back.
This month, do quick survey of the people in your life and see if you need to make any changes.

12. Give up your need to be liked

“The only way to avoid pissing people off is to do nothing important.” — Oliver Emberton
Think of yourself as a market niche. There will be plenty of people who appreciate that niche, and there will be individuals who don’t. No matter what you do, you won’t be able to make an entire market like you, so stop trying to market yourself for mass appeal.
Instead, continue improving and contributing every day, and know that a growing number of doubters probably means that you are doing important things.

13. Give up your dependency on social media and television

“The trouble is, you think you have time.” — Jack Kornfield
Impulsive web browsing and television watching is a modern societal disease. These two should never be an escape from your life or your goals.
Unless your goals depend on either, you should minimize (or even eliminate) your dependency on them. Direct that time towards things that can actually enrich your life instead.
This article is part of Quartz Ideas, our home for bold arguments and big thinkers.

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Thursday, December 20, 2018

On July 20, 1969, as commander of the Apollo 11 Lunar Module, Neil Armstrong was the first person to set foot on the moon.  His first words after stepping on the moon, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," were televised to Earth and heard by millions.  But just before he entered the lander, he made the enigmatic remark: "Good luck, Mr. Gorsky."  Many people at NASA thought it was a casual remark concerning some rival Soviet Cosmonaut.  However, upon checking, there was no Gorsky in either the Russian or American space programs. Over the years many people questioned Armstrong as to what the "Good luck Mr. Gorsky" statement meant, but Armstrong always just smiled.  On July 5, 1995, in Tampa Bay, Florida, while answering questions following a speech, a reporter brought up the 26-year-old question to Armstrong. This time he finally responded.  Mr. Gorsky had died, and so, Neil Armstrong felt he could answer the question.  In 1938, when he was a kid in a small Midwest town, he was playing baseball with a friend in the backyard.  His friend hit a fly ball, which landed in his neighbor's yard by the bedroom windows.  His neighbors were Mr. and Mrs. Gorsky.  As he leaned down to pick up the ball, young Armstrong heard Mrs. Gorsky shouting at Mr. Gorsky.  "Oral sex?!  You want oral sex?!  You'll get oral sex when the kid next door walks on the moon!" \S/

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Today's story sharing is a real-life story of the famous basketball player that had dominated the sports scene in the 90s, Michael Jordan. ========================= Michael Jordan In Michael's early years, his father taught him to work hard and keep away from the temptations of the life in the streets, his mother taught him simple household chores so he can be independent at an early age. Did you know that Michael Jordan was actually rejected by his school basketball team in the beginning? During his first years of university, he was only 5’9” at that time.   His taller classmate, Leroy Smith beat him to the last spot on the team. However, Michael did not let this first set back pull him down and give up his dreams. He started practicing day after day, making it a point to set aside time for his daily practice without fail as he made up his mind that he would want to not face a similar elimination situation again. “If you quit once it becomes a habit. Never quit!” – Michael Jordan By the following year, Michael had grown taller to  6’3”, made it into the varsity team, was offered a basketball scholarship and during his first season, he was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Rookie of the Year for 1982.  During his junior year, Jordan was selected by Chicago Bulls of the NBA and played very well with them, winning MVP and the Bulls won their 3rd straight title. In the summer of 1993, Michael’s father was murdered during a robbery attempt.  A grief stricken Michael combined with the media frenzy about his gambling lead to his unexpected retirement from professional basketball. I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life and that is why I succeed.” – Michael Jordan At the NBA regular season of 1994-95, Jordan returned to the world of basketball after his failed attempts in the Major League.  People had wondered, “Could he do it again?”  He did played well when he got back but it was obvious the he is a bit rusty in the game.  The Bulls were defeated in the playoffs by the Orlando Magic. The next regular season however, Jordan’s shooting rhythm returned and the Bulls finished the season 72-10, a historical NBA record for most wins in a season.  The Bulls clinched the NBA championship, and Jordan claimed his sixth NBA finals MVP award.  Jordan’s team defended championship title during the seasons of 1996-97 and 1997-98. He even lead his team to victory despite suffering from a stomach virus. “Everybody has talent, but ability takes hard work.” – Michael Jordan Before joining the Bulls he is part of 2 gold-medal winning teams at the Olympics. With his very impressive roster in the NBA, Jordan won NBA's MVP (most valuable player) award 6 times in his career. “Never say never, because limits, like fears, are often just an illusion.” – Michael Jordan ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Failure is a part of learning in life. We shouldn’t give up when we meet struggles in life.   I love this quote by Michael Jordan: “I can accept failure, everyone fails at something. But I can’t accept not trying.” It really helps to learn to be an optimist as you figure out life.   Blind optimism by faith is better than having no hope at all. When you're at your last break, you have to believe in something, make that something good. And when you do, almost always, something good happens.  :) To Your Continuing Success! Jasmine Ambassador of Hope \S/ #whateverittakes #livewithoutregret http://bit.ly/2p5yvat