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Manufacture Your Day by KNOWING THAT WHAT YOU RESIST WILL PERSIST

 In Manufacture Your Day

Have you ever noticed that we have to relive certain situations over and over again?

This mainly happens when we blame things on outside circumstances without considering the role we play in this situation. The results you see right now in your outside world is based on what’s going on in your internal world.

If you don’t learn the lesson, you won’t get to the next level.

Every day we should strive to get a little bit better in every aspect of our lives, and these messages are a potential opportunity for you.

Why do I say potential opportunity?

“Information doesn’t mean Transformation.” How do you put some of my messages into positive action? 

When I facilitate my workshops I usually have 3 groups of people in my class.

1. The Vacationers:

These are the people who think it is awesome to have a few days “off work” because they don’t make the connection that a workshop may actually help them in their personal and professional life.

2. The Learners:

These are the people who take every chance as an opportunity to learn and to grow.

3. The Prisoners:

These are the people who were told to be there and they don’t want to be there at all.

Every time I meet a group of people for the very first time, I start asking the people which one of these 3 options applies to them.

First I have to understand who is in the room. If I have many prisoners and vacationers in my workshop, it helps me to tackle this challenge from the get-go. Sometimes people are disgruntled with their overall life experience and I know that this has absolutely nothing to do with me.

I am there to help them to get out of this mental rut. It is important for them to understand that they learn for their own self-development and not for the company.

My message to you today:

It doesn’t matter if you are the CEO, a VP, a Manager, a Supervisor, a Team Leader or a Machine Operator – what would it take to start asking yourself “What can I learn from that?” instead of saying “I know that.”

It is about the constant expansion of your character and your skills. If you become continuous learner, it will expand your horizon and contribute tremendously to your personal and professional growth.

Are you ready to take this chance?

 

Read this article:

You Only Get More of What You Resist – Why? 

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